Space Ghost finishes a particularly dull interview with Jerry Springer. He keeps thinking about how great last week's show was, when he interviewed Sarah Jessica Parker. A flashback to last week is shown, portraying Space Ghost as a smooth player who flirts with Parker. However, Zorak and Moltar have their own memories of how last week's show unfolded. Written by
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The title is a reference to the first line of "The Sound and the Fury" by William Faulkner
: "Through the fence, between the curling flower spaces, I could see them hitting." (In fact, although the episode is universally referred to with the singular "Space," the title given in the end credits is "Curling Flower Spaces.") See more
The trueness of one's truth, Zorak, is clearly based on their vernacular inaccuracies.
The opening shows part of the credits to fictional episode 44c, "Brilliant Number Three," written by Bill Faulkner (William Faulkner
). A little while later, the Mark VII sound effects in the Williams Street logo play in the background. See more
Music by Dan Stein See more