It's Space Ghost to the rescue when Jace's craft is hit by a lava bomb in "The Heat Thing." Dino Boy becomes lost in Horror Swamp in "The Worm People." An evil Mantis Man seeks revenge on Space Ghost in "Korak."

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Maxcy Nolan ...
Himself (as Dr. Maxcy Nolan)
Steve Arnold ...
Himself
George Lowe ...
Space Ghost (voice)
...
Zorak / Moltar (voice)
Don Kennedy ...
Tansut (voice)
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Brak (voice)
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60s Space Ghost (voice)
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(voice)
Jim Fortier ...
(voice)
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Zorak is surprised by a "This is Your Life"-style tribute show, though it's more humiliating than anything, since Space Ghost keeps rewinding footage of an old "Space Ghost" episode where Zorak's planet is destroyed. After the show is over, Zorak wishes he had never been born, but Raymond (Zorak's nephew whom he devoured in "Hungry") shows him how bad life would be without him. Written by Ian Lueck

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Maxcy Nolan: One thing that I find just most... absolutely amazing about the mantises is the fact that they can stand motionless for hours, literally not moving any body part that is visible.
[Zorak stands completely motionless for a while]
Zorak: Actually, nobody moves much in a Hanna-Barbera cartoon.
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Spoofs It's a Wonderful Life (1946) See more »

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