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How Many Episodes Of "Space Ghost Coast to Coast" Have You Seen?
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.
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Space Ghost gets sea monkeys as pets. Meanwhile, Zorak tries mind-control spells on both Space Ghost and guests Schooly D and "Weird Al" Yankovic. One of Space Ghost's sea monkeys, whom Space Ghost named Banjo, grows gigantic and wrecks havoc on the set. Space Ghost reluctantly kills Banjo before it can do any more damage.
Moltar has been kidnapped by Your Mother and holds him ransom for Space Ghost's power bands. Space Ghost and Zorak (in his alter-ego form of Batmantis) try to rescue him. However, it's revealed to be just a dream.
The studio is under attack and a "Please Stand By" card is on the screen for part of the episode while Sonny Sharrock guitar music plays. However, the attack is a ruse by Space Ghost, as he just felt like playing some Sonny Sharrock music. Hence, this episode is meant as a tribute to Sharrock, who passed away in 1994.
An angry, nerdy twentysomething named Commander Andy (who still lives with his parents) keeps hijacking Space Ghost: Coast to Coast. He keeps trying to read a list of demands while Space Ghost tries to interview Wylie Gustafson and Bill Manspeaker.
During interviews with guests Susan Olsen and Elvira, Space Ghost keeps having to leave the studio for various reasons. Chad Ghostal, Space Ghost's identical twin brother (who can be differentiated by his beard) swoops in and flirts with the two guests and leaves before Space Ghost returns. Eventually, Space Ghost appears on the set and catches Chad red-handed. Space Ghost proceeds to battle Chad, but their mom gets on the phone and tells them to stop fighting. They apologize and Chad leaves. Soon after, yet another Space Ghost look-alike appears. Space Ghost takes off its mask, revealing that the imposter was Lokar in disguise, and blasts him.
Moltar plans a surprise birthday party for Space Ghost, and invites The Council of Doom to help him out. However, Moltar's idea of a surprise party isn't to celebrate Space Ghost's birthday, but to kill him. Zorak and Moltar prepare while Space Ghost is delayed by a battle with a giant blue robot and trying to pick up a package in the post office. Later, Space Ghost arrives at the set and notices the drapes (which are housing The Council of Doom, who are waiting to attack Space Ghost) are bulkier than usual and blasts them.
Last week, on a very special Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, Moltar escaped the studio and got on a bus to Jacksonville. Back at the studio, Space Ghost hires Tansut as Moltar's replacement, but he does such a bad job that he fires him and demands to know where Moltar is. When Tansut spills the beans, Space Ghost teleports into the bus that Moltar is on and convinces him to return.
Space Ghost presents a cook-off competition on the show between three top chefs: Emeril Lagasse, Nathalie Dupree, and Martin Yan. The Council of Doom (Lokar, Metallus, Tansut, Brak, and Black Widow) act as the judges, but in the end, Space Ghost declares it a three-way tie anyway and blasts all of the Council of Doom members.
This special live action episode is hosted by "Space Ghost Expert" James Kirkconnell, who showcases five reenactments of scenes from old Space Ghost: Coast to Coast episodes. Reenacments of scenes from "Hungry", "Girlie Show", "Bobcat", "Freak Show", and "Banjo" are acted out by the Ghost Planet Dinner Theater Ensemble of Doraville, Georgia.
Space Ghosts blasts Zorak a few too many times in succession and thinks he killed him. During his interview with Beck, Space Ghost is haunted by Zorak in a cloak, who is pretending to be dead and scares Space Ghost by saying he will be visited by three spirits.
Space Ghost marks a "special notch in the belt that is the Space Ghost saga" with returning guests Bobcat Goldthwait and Judy Tenuda. The show also includes special appearances by villian-turned-announcer Tansut and the evil Chad Ghostal, as well as a spectacular career retrospective montage compiled by Moltar.
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.
Space Ghost and Zorak temporarily become roommates, but Space Ghost quickly becomes disgusted with the situation. Space Ghost fires Tansut as the opening announcer. Space Ghost's pet/balloon BooBooKitty floats towards a giant pin on The Ghost Planet and pops. Space Ghost gets a porpoise as a new pet.
Space Ghost has dance fever on his show, much to the disgust of Moltar and Zorak. Moltar playing a record backwards causes a ghost to appear, which flies through the studio. Space Ghost eventually blasts it dead, but a note the ghost left behind reveals that he didn't want to cause trouble; he just wanted to dance.
Moltar is ecstatic because his hero, CHiPs star Erik Estrada, is finally a guest on the show. However, he clashes with Space Ghost, who refuses to let Erik be the first guest; George Clinton is first. Zorak also causes problems, interrupting the Estrada interview by chanting "Let the power of ponch compel you!" Eventually, Moltar accidentally causes Erik Estrada to explode.
Space Ghost's identical twin brother, Chad, takes over the show and interviews The Millionaire and Sam Butera. Eventually, the police surround the studio and order Chad to come out with his hands up. After Chad bolts, Moltar and Zorak decide to go on a road trip.
Space Ghost hosts a telethon to raise money for Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, which is broke. However, by the end of the telethon, the show actually owes $814,375.76 because of how expensive it was to put on the telethon in the first place.
Zorak keeps interrupting the show by plugging an ointment he's endorsing. Space Ghost is impressed with guest Pat Boone and records a duet record with him. While Space Ghost interviews Chuck D, a character named Rappin' Space Goblin suddenly appears and raps educational lessons to the kids. Zorak is disgusted by Goblin and destroys him. Space Ghost retaliates by blasting Zorak.
A marketing infomercial informs us about how to take advantage of the power of Space Ghost. Mock behind-the-scenes glimpses at the making of a Space Ghost episode, as well as footage of future Space Ghost episodes are also shown. After the infomercial, the actual Space Ghost: Coast to Coast episode starts, which merely consists of the winners of the "Haiku'n for Space Ghost" contest, Ryah Rosenberg and Sean Medlock, reading their entries.
Space Ghost reveals that he's dying. At the end of the episode, Space Ghost announces that it's time for him to die. He keels over and lays on the floor for several seconds before opening his eyes and realizing that as a ghost, he's already dead, so it isn't so bad.
Space Ghost decides to put the moves on guest Merrill Markoe, with help from guest Adam Carolla. However, all advice backfires and Merrill ends up disgusted with Space Ghost. Zorak successfully flirts with Merrill, and when Space Ghost catches Zorak doing so, they violently settle their differences on The Jerry Springer Show.
Space Ghost is handed a lawsuit by his former sidekicks, Jan and Jace, for withholding rerun profits from them, among other things. Space Ghost enlists the help of Greta Van Susteren in his case. The lawsuit is thrown out when Jan and Jace's lawyer, Dr. Nightmare, is revealed to be Ted Turner's son.
Space Ghost watches "The Warren Show" and notices he's the guest being interviewed by Warren. Space Ghost never remembers being a guest on Warren's show, so he, Moltar, and Zorak travel to Warren's cave to inquire on the situation. Upon arrival, Space Ghost discovers that the replicant who was on "The Warren Show" is named Gary, a nod to the original Space Ghost actor Gary Owens. Space Ghost destroys Gary. Warren is furious but gets even by stealing Space Ghost's show. Space Ghost destroys Warren in retaliation.
Space Ghost writes a screenplay and interviews guests Ben Stiller, Kevin Smith, and Jim Jarmusch as potential candidates to direct his movie. In the end, Space Ghost decides to direct the movie himself.
During a battle with Future Man, Space Ghost is sprayed with a gas that causes him to crave human flesh. Back at the studio, Space Ghost interviews guests Moby and Emo Phillips, but eats both of them before the interview is up. Space Ghost also eats Zorak and Moltar while guest Shirley Manson looks on. It turns out the whole episode was a dream by Kirk the Storyteller.
Space Ghost interviews Denis Leary. Meanwhile, Moltar is going to destroy the planet in seven minutes, while also having an "everything must go" sale. Space Ghost forgets to stop the planet destruction and the studio explodes. Later, at camp, Space Ghost, standing in front of some kids, wraps up a story about how he saved Christmas, and orders them to get back to work.
Space Ghost interviews Steven Wright. He notices replicating pods have entered the studio, are copying their DNA, and will kill them if they go to sleep. After Space Ghost unsuccessfully tries to destroy the pods with his destructo ray, he, Zorak, and Moltar briefly leave the set. The abandoned Steven Wright is killed by the pods. Later, back on the set, Space Ghost tries various methods to kill the pods, but are unsuccessful in all plans. Eventually Space Ghost, Zorak, and Moltar fall asleep, and the three pods move in for the kill.
Space Ghost interviews the pop group Hanson. He even takes them camping and for a ride in his Phantom Cruiser, but is distracted during the drive and hits the tooth fairy. In the aftermath of the collision, Space Ghost kills Hanson because they witnessed him hitting a pedestrian. Back at the studio, Santa Claus appears and transforms into Bizarro Santa, a hideous creature. The tooth fairy, whom Space Ghost hit with the Phantom Cruiser earlier, appears and reveals that Space Ghost actually hit a clone that looks just like her. Bizarro Santa and the tooth fairy fight.
In a follow-up to the episode "Lawsuit", Space Ghost is in jail for blasting Zorak, but escapes. Birdman has taken over Space Ghost's talk show; when Space Ghost returns to the set, the two fight until guests The Captain and Tennille calm everyone down by singing "Muskrat Love".
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.
Space Ghost interviews Conan O'Brien, who is thoroughly unimpressed with Space Ghost's interviewing skills, particularly when Space Ghost decides he'd rather follow a fire ant (which bit him) back to its family than continue the interview.
Space Ghost is locked out of the studio. Zorak and Moltar use the opportunity to escape and crash in Space Ghost's apartment, playing guitars and watching his TV. Space Ghost manages to get back into the studio and tries to interview guest H. Jon Benjamin, but is tricked into leaving the studio again by Zorak and Moltar. While he's gone, Zorak and Moltar return to the studio, kidnap Benjamin, and produce a ransom video for Space Ghost to get him back.
Space Ghost overhears Zorak saying he's going to kill him and pouts, declaring he's never doing the show again. After Space Ghost leaves, guest Dave Thomas takes over as host, to the delight of Zorak and Moltar. However, Space Ghost keeps curiously poking back into the studio after some people he tries to make friends with reject him.
Zorak is supposedly murdered while the lights are out. Space Ghost interviews Busta Rhymes as a suspect. Zorak stands up, revealing he was merely pretending to be dead and refuses to do so anymore because he thinks the script sucks. Space Ghost hits Zorak with a wrench, knocking him out for real. There's a gas leak in the studio, causing everyone to get high. Zorak regains consciousness again and Space Ghost decides to take him to the hospital. However, they accidentally go to a rave instead. On the way back from the rave, Space Ghost crashes the Phantom Cruiser and Moltar is injured. Instead of going to the hospital, Space Ghost brings Zorak and Moltar to the grocery store. Later, back at the studio, Zorak has crawled into the heating duct and refuses to come out.
Space Ghost reveals he's annoyed at the success of Brak's spin-off "The Brak Show". Zorak gets his own pilot, "Blood Dumpster", where he chases Space Ghost down a drainage pipe while wielding all sorts of blades.
Harriet Lazzo, Rachel Maiellaro, and Sharon Willis, mothers of Space Ghost writers and producers Mike Lazzo, Matt Maiellaro, and Dave Willis, respectively, provide a commentary track for a previous episode, "Kentucky Nightmare".