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compared to what came before AND after, this is lacking
11 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A spin-off from the much funnier "Space Ghost: Coast to Coast" and a prelude to the much funnier "the Brak Show", Guest starring such third-grade 'stars' as Wrestler Diamond Dallas Page and pretty boy, Freddie Prince Jr. their interactions with Zorak and Brak respectively were cringe inducing. The songs by the two aforementioned cartoon characters were OK, but were nothing compared to the great "the Brak show". I'm glad it only last 2 episodes actually as it just didn't feel like the right forum for either Brak or Zorak. Highlights of these 2 episodes can be found on the second disc of the 2 DVD set of "The Brak Show".

My Grade: D


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