Space Ghost Coast to Coast




Space Ghost Coast to Coast Cast


Series Description
    


The Space Ghost Coast to Coast TV show was a kids TV series with a sci-fi twist on the cartoon network about a middle-aged, animated, former super-hero who even retired his super-heroe name (Space Ghost) to be called "Tad Ghostal". Not wanting to give up his fame, however, he became a late night talk show host and interviewed (real-life) celebrities via video phone. He hired his former nemesis, "Zorak" to be his co-host.

Space Ghost Characters

Voices

George Lowe .... Space Ghost / Tad Ghostal
C. Martin Croker .... Moltar / Zorak
Andy Merrill .... Brak / Sorceror / Lokar


Trivia

The Cartoon Network was using old cartoon shows to produce promos where the lead character from the show would be the host of the network for the day. Space Ghost's promo was called, "Space Ghost Coast to Coast" simply because it rhymed and was so popular that he got his own series!

The production of Space Ghost Coast to Coast was pretty unconventional! First, the guest star was interviewed by someone wearing a Space Ghost costume. Then, the writers would cut it up and re-arrange segments, often taking the guest star's comments "out of context" in order to fit their "script". The very first guests were not aware that would be done and were surprised by the "interview" that made it on the air. It didn't take long though until the word was out and later guest stars knew that it was all in good fun.

The main reason that the Space Ghost Coast to Coast dvds are not released as complete season sets is that many of the guest stars never signed a release that allowed for their "interview" footage to be used for home video!

Both regulars and guest stars were often asked the question, "Are you getting enough oxygen?"

All three voice actors ... George Lowe, C. Martin Croker, and Andy Merrill got their first credited jobs on Space Ghost Coast to Coast.

Writer, "Mark Banker" got his first credited job as a writer on the series, "Spin City (1996)".


Episodes List With Original Air Dates

Season 1
  1. Spanish Translation (4/15/1994)
  2. Gilligan (4/22/1994)
  3. Elevator (5/6/1994)
  4. CHiPs (5/13/1994)
  5. Bobcat (5/27/1994)
  6. Banjo (9/10/1994)
  7. Punch (9/16/1994)
  8. Batmantis (9/30/1994)
  9. Self Help (10/7/1994)
  10. The Mask (11/4/1994)
  11. Gum, Disease (11/11/1994)
  12. A Space Ghost Christmas (Special) (12/25/1994)
Season 2
  1. President's Day Nightmare (2/20/1995)
  2. Story Book (3/17/1995)
  3. Girlie Show (3/24/1995)
  4. Hungry (3/31/1995)
  5. Fire Drill (6/2/1995)
  6. Le Livre D'Histoire (6/9/1995)
  7. Sleeper (7/28/1995)
  8. Jerk (8/4/1995)
  9. Urges (10/20/1995)
Season 3
  1. Explode (2/2/1996)
  2. $20.01 (2/9/1996)
  3. Lovesick (2/14/1996)
  4. Transcript (2/23/1996)
  5. Sharrock (3/1/1996)
  6. Boo! (3/8/1996)
  7. Freak Show (5/22/1996)
  8. Switcheroo (6/5/1996)
  9. Surprise (6/19/1996)
  10. Glen Campbell (10/9/1996)
  11. Jacksonville (10/16/1996)
  12. Late Show (10/23/1996)
  13. Cookout (12/11/1996)
  14. Art Show (12/18/1996)
  15. Woody Allen's Fall Project (12/25/1996)
Season 4
  1. Rehearsal (7/18/1997)
  2. Gallagher (7/25/1997)
  3. Edelweiss (8/1/1997)
  4. Anniversary (8/8/1997)
  5. Zoltran (8/15/1997)
  6. Pilot Episode (8/22/1997)
  7. Speck (8/29/1997)
  8. Zorak (9/5/1997)
  9. Switcheroo II (9/12/1997)
  10. Mayonnaise (9/19/1997)
  11. Brilliant Number One (9/26/1997)
  12. BooBooKitty (10/3/1997)
  13. Needledrop (10/10/1997)
  14. Sphinx (10/17/1997)
  15. Pavement (10/24/1997)
  16. Untitled (10/31/1997)
  17. Hipster (11/7/1997)
  18. Piledriver (11/14/1997)
  19. Suckup (11/21/1997)
  20. Dam (12/5/1997)
  21. Boatshow (12/12/1997)
  22. Brilliant Number Two (12/14/1997)
  23. Telethon (12/19/1997)
  24. Dimethylpyrimidinol Bisulfite (12/26/1997)
  25. Joshua (1/1/1998)
Season 5
  1. Terminal (8/7/1998)
  2. Toast (8/14/1998)
  3. Lawsuit (8/21/1998)
  4. Cahill (8/28/1998)
  5. Warren (9/4/1998)
  6. Warren (short version) (9/6/1998)
  7. Chinatown (9/11/1998)
  8. Rio Ghosto (9/18/1998)
  9. Pal Joey (9/25/1998)
  10. Curses (11/27/1998)
  11. Intense Patriotism (12/4/1998)
  12. Waiting for Edward (12/25/1998)
Season 6
  1. Chambraigne (10/8/1999)
  2. Snatch (10/15/1999)
  3. Girl Hair (10/22/1999)
  4. Sequel (10/29/1999)
  5. Curling Flower Space (11/19/1999)
  6. Table Read (12/3/1999)
  7. Fire Ant (12/10/1999)
  8. King Dead (12/17/1999)
  9. Fire Ant (short version) (1/3/2000)
  10. Snatch (alternate ending) (1/28/2000)
Season 7
  1. Kentucky Nightmare (5/7/2001)
  2. The Justice Hole (7/22/2001)
  3. Knifin' Around (9/2/2001)
  4. Flipmode (10/14/2001)
  5. Sweet For Brak (11/18/2001)
  6. Mommentary (12/30/2001)
  7. Mommentary - Part 2: Creator's Commentary (5/12/2002)
  8. Mommentary - Part 3: Jellybean (5/12/2002)
Season 8
  1. Baffler Meal (1/1/2003)
  2. Whipping Post (11/23/2003)
  3. Eat a Peach (11/30/2003)
  4. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (12/7/2003)
  5. Idlewild South (12/14/2003)
  6. Dreams (1/11/2004)
  7. Live at the Fillmore (4/12/2004)
TV Special

Space Ghost in Perfect Hair Forever (11/7/2004)



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