Cartoon Planet (1995–1999)

TV Series  -  Animation | Comedy | Musical
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Following success as a late night talk show host, Space Ghost recruits Brak (now somewhat brain-damaged) to his cast for his very own variety show. Zorak (from Coast to Coast) serves as the... See full summary »

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Following success as a late night talk show host, Space Ghost recruits Brak (now somewhat brain-damaged) to his cast for his very own variety show. Zorak (from Coast to Coast) serves as the third host. Written by Joe Pranevich <knight@wwaves.com>

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Brak: I forget how to be mean, that radiation half-lobotomized me.
Space Ghost: Say, I've got an idea. Let Zorak teach you how to be mean.
Zorak: Oh, man! Do I hafta?
Space Ghost: Yes, you hafta.
Zorak: Okay Brak. Repeat after me. Space Ghost! I will destroy you!
Brak: Space Ghost! I will destroy you... if you don't mind.
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Fantastic "Planet"....
24 June 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Only one man in the universe could wear white leotards, a black cowl, shoot up bad guys with power bands, save the universe and still have time to play dumb for a half-hour.

"Cartoon Planet" features everyone's favorite hero Space Ghost basically acting as if he'd taken one too many shots from his own power bands while singing, orating and making small talk with villains from his old TV show like Zorak and Brak. Together, they make the case that the casting for "Dumb and Dumber 2" has already been secured.

I have no lesser-favorite episodes of "Cartoon Planet" - every show brings out several big laughs and many medium-sized ones. Every once in a awhile, they'll break into a song ("I Love Almost Everybody", "Hoodley-Hoo") or do different kinds of poetry, most of them courtesy of Brak (my favorite - the "I Love Onions" one. Crack up every time.)

But most often, they just get into linear discussions that hold no bearing on anything in particular. The biggest joke is just to see these '60s steadfasts acting so unrepentantly stupid as to risk getting committed. But who knows; maybe when you're as cool as Space Ghost, you can do what you want.

Nice going, Ghost.

Ten stars without hesitation for "Cartoon Planet". Now, if we could just get a new show for The Herculoids....


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