Space Ghost Coast to Coast: Season 6, Episode 5

Curling Flower Space (19 Nov. 1999)

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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... See full summary »

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George Lowe ...
Space Ghost (voice)
C. Martin Croker ...
Zorak / Moltar (voice)
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Jon Schnepp ...
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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 Ian Lueck

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Zorak: That went on for... ever. Luckily, Boston came by and picked me up.
Space Ghost: Oh, bull.
Zorak: They said they needed a keyboardist, and I said, "I'm your man-tis."
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The opening shows part of the credits to fictional episode 44c, "Brilliant Number Three" (which was somehow 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 »

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Cool the Engines
Written by Tom Scholz, Bradley Delp, and Fran Sheehan
Performed by Boston
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One of the Most Twisted Episodes
6 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We begin the show at the end of the show, and begin reminiscing about last week's episode - an episode that was never actually aired. Each character describes the event through their own unique, and hilarious perspective. Absurd arguments flare here and there, and by the end of it episode we've been hurled into some semantically involuted gag gone to wrong. This episode is likely too much of a trip for your average cartoon viewer, but if you have the attention span, its well worth the 11 minutes of viewing.

Molatar: "Truth is relative, Zorak" Zorak: "Especially when you're lying." Moltar: "The truthness of your truth, Zorak, is clearly based on your vernacular inaccuracies." ...

Space Ghost: "What I'm saying, is saying things are not relative... and that my friends, is the only truth... the other truth is that I totally did sex with that girl."


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