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Space Ghost Coast to Coast 

Space Ghost, a superhero from a 1960s Hanna-Barbara cartoon, hosts his own talk show.


Mike Lazzo, Khaki Jones




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Series cast summary:
George Lowe George Lowe ...  Space Ghost / ... 114 episodes, 1993-2011
C. Martin Croker ...  Moltar / ... 110 episodes, 1994-2011


Space Ghost in his 40s is no longer a superhero, and now he even goes by his real name Tad Ghostal. However, to remain in the spot-light he has started his own late-night talk show filmed in outer space. With his cohost and former villain Zorak, and his director Moltar they interview celebrities on Earth through their video-phone. Written by Jeff Valentine <JesseV2@37.com>

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In the show's early stages of production, Hervé Villechaize was set to be Space Ghost's sidekick, but these plans were halted when the actor tragically committed suicide. See more »


[Space Ghost and Moltar are holding a dinner murder mystery]
Space Ghost: Now, what about these beans?
Moltar: Those must've fallen out of my hair.
Moltar: Well, you're just making all this (bleep) up!
Moltar: Oh, what, you're the only one that gets to make (bleep) up?
Moltar: Those are part of the dinner.
Space Ghost: No they're not. They're part of the plot.
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Crazy Credits

In the episode "The Justice Hole", a flashing message that reads "STAND BY FOR SUPER CREDITS" appears before the end credits. This is followed by the full list of credits, which travel up the screen within one second accompanied by a "woosh" sound effect. See more »

Alternate Versions

While certain episodes on the first five DVDs have scenes cut out because of rights issues, other episodes feature scenes present when they originally aired on Cartoon Network but not when aired on Adult Swim. See more »


Spin-off The Brak Show (2000) See more »

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Go with the "Ghost"!
24 June 2000 | by Mister-6See all my reviews

Space Ghost - super-hero, ego-maniac, braggard, simpering idiot... talk show host??

"Space Ghost Coast to Coast" gives us the most ill-fit host of any type to man the desk for fifteen minutes at a time while basically insulting, interrupting, arguing with, ignoring and even blasting away guest after guest on his show while arguing with musical director Zorak and camera man/director Moltar.

And, really, could you ask any more of a show than that?

The wit here is dry enough to blow away in a strong wind and sharp enough to leave a mark. Sometimes it's just downright mean, which is part of the charm (you can even see his live-action guests getting frustrated with the way things are going - COOL!)

All the while, SG has to put up with a never-ending barrage of insults from his "crew" that range from simple ("Jerk!"), to slanderous ("You dance like a girl!") to plain old nasty ("Did you get your BRAIN back?!"). And through it all, they keep plugging away - show after show. Is this how The Beatles worked in their later years?

One surreal moment (of many) comes when they show a scene from an old "Scooby-Doo" cartoon with SG, Zorak and Moltar supplying the voices of, respectively, Shaggy, Scooby and Velma. You HAVE to laugh when hearing Zorak growl, "Ray I rut in?" - how truly, inspiringly warped.

Of course, how much you like "SGC2C" depends on how much you like talk shows, Mad Magazine and/or poking fun at every living thing that breathes.

Myself, I LOVE it!

Ten stars, inequivicably, for "Space Ghost Coast to Coast"; the best publicity Hanna-Barbera ever had.

Not to mention Space Ghost.

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Release Date:

15 April 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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