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Zorak: Y'know, every now and then a fan'll send me a present, like a cow or a blender. Or a box of chocolates, y'know the kind with the soft gooey centers. And it really honks me off! 'Cause I hate soft gooey centers!
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More fun than a bologna sandwich!
4 May 2000 | by (5 Miles North of Nowhere) – See all my reviews

This show, the second spinoff of "Space Ghost Coast To Coast," is great. Just the sheer fact that they created new animation for the show was wonderful, and finally seeing the guest/cartoon interaction (such as Diamond Dallas Page throwing Zorak across the stage) was comic genius. I almost busted a gut seeing Zorak dressed up as Slash from Guns N Roses. The show has plenty of musical numbers from the Brakster, including a duet with Freddie Prinze, Jr., on the perrenial Brak favorite, "Highway 40." There have only been two episodes so far, and since you never know when they'll air them again, I suggest you pick up Brak Presents the Brak Album Starring Brak to at least hear the sketches and songs.


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