Former 'Space Ghost' villains Brak and Zorak live their lives in sitcom form.

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"The Brak Show is a story of a neighborhood. It's the story of a family. It's the story of what happens when adults have children and those children go to school. And Brak is in it. He lives in a house. A house on a quiet street not unlike yours or mine. A house in a neighborhood. That's The Brak Show." So goes Cartoon network's description of the new sitcom starring Brak, the absent-minded space pirate from the Space Ghost cartoons. He goes through the all the typical sitcom situations with his friend Zorak. Also along for the ride are Brak's parents, his brother Sisto, and his next-door neighbor Thundercleese. Written by Joe Cassidy

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21 December 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Шоу Брака  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


In the episode "Time Machine", Zorak remembers his days in Grandma Prison, and in the flashback, he's wearing a prison uniform with the number 655321 on it. This was the prisoner number of Malcolm McDowell's Alex in the movie A Clockwork Orange. See more »


Brak: Mr. Tickles, how do y-how do you think Thunderclese is gonna take this?
Mr. Tickles: Oh my God, he'll tear your arms off!
Brak: But I love my arms! That's where my hands live!
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Follows Cartoon Planet (1995) See more »

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11 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

Brak, the borderline mentally retarded possibly gay space pirate, steps out of the shadow of Space Ghost, and into his own animated sitcom, with Zorak, an evil mantis, Brak's parents, his space pirate mom and Latino father, Thundercleese his robotic neighbor, and others. This is one of those shows you either get or you don't. It's weird, has almost no linear logic, and obscure references. But being an uber-geek I eat this crap up. The dad's hilarious rants, Brak's stupidity, Zorak's evilness. I just can't get enough. This volume 1 DVD collects the first 14 episodes, so about a season and a half more or less. So hopefully Volume 2 will be out soon to complete the series.

My Grade: B+

DVD Extras: Disc 1) Commentaries on "Goldfish" (with Brak, and a second one with Brak and Kim, owner of a fan-site), "War Next Store"(with Directors Jim Fortier & Pete smith, and Voice of Brak, Andy Marrow), "Bawkbogawk" (less of a commentary then a weird re-imagining that doesn't have ANYthing to do with the episode), also Brak sings the menu options on ever page with different songs sung in the tune of other popular songs.Disc 2) 3 Adult swim news bumpers; 18 minutes of Brak segments on Space ghost: Coast to Cast; and highlights of "Brak presents the Brak Show starring Brak" episodes 1 & 2

3 Easter Eggs: in the first episode selection menu click on the egg picture for Brak and his dad singing the Fight song; in the second episode selection menu click on the egg picture for Zorak singing a song; on the first Lanquage menu click on the egg for footage of Andy Marrow doing voice-work

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