History WesternAnimation / SpaceGhostCoastToCoast

15th Nov '17 7:19:42 AM Kalmbach
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* MediumAwareness: When Zorak complains about how he always explodes but Brak is never touched, Brak responds with "I'm not animated to blow up!"
10th Nov '17 9:16:37 AM Fretless94
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** "Baffler Meal" features the prototypes for what would become the main trio of ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'', and they're quite a bit different. Master Shake acts as the leader of the team, rather than Frylock, has no hands, and his voice sounds a lot more like Ignignokt. Frylock is the most different, having a high-pitched voice, crinkle-cut fries for arms and legs, and his amulet is hanging from his "neck" (or rather his waist, since his arms are above it), rather than being embedded in his back. Personality-wise, he's also a complete pushover. Meatwad is the most similar to his final design in terms of looks and voice, but unlike the modern Meatwad, he's depressed and suicidal.
4th Oct '17 7:15:08 AM v-n-n-n-n
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* LittleNo: When Space Ghost asks Michael Stipe to sing [[BlackSheepHit "Shiny Happy People"]], he just responds "No. [[{{Beat}} *awkward silence*]]"

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* LittleNo: When Space Ghost asks Michael Stipe to sing [[BlackSheepHit [[CreatorBacklash "Shiny Happy People"]], he just responds "No. [[{{Beat}} *awkward silence*]]"
4th Oct '17 7:12:39 AM v-n-n-n-n
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** During a clip of the original ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost'' animation showcasing Zorak's first TV appearance, Space Ghost asks Zorak what was up with his voice. Zorak answers back asking the same, referencing both characters having different voice actors thirty years on.
* LaterInstallmentWeirdness: The show changed greatly when it moved to the newly created Creator/AdultSwim. The show's humor became a lot more random, there was a lot more swearing, {{Vomit Indiscretion Shot}}s started to appear, and one episode (Idlewild South) even had Zorak and Moltar smoking weed on camera. The show had already started to go in this direction with episodes like Warren and King Dead, but the transition to Adult Swim was when they committed to it.

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** During a clip of the original ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost'' animation showcasing Zorak's first TV appearance, appearance in the original series, Space Ghost asks Zorak what was up with his voice. Zorak answers back asking the same, referencing both characters having different voice actors thirty years on.
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* LaterInstallmentWeirdness: The show changed greatly when it moved to the newly created newly-created Creator/AdultSwim. The show's humor became a lot more random, there was a lot more swearing, {{Vomit Indiscretion Shot}}s started to appear, and one episode (Idlewild South) even had Zorak and Moltar smoking weed on camera. The show had already started to go in this direction with episodes like Warren and King Dead, but the transition to Adult Swim was when they committed to it.
30th Sep '17 5:54:59 PM v-n-n-n-n
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* LampshadeHanging: A few times in the "Zorak" episode, a celebration of the character:

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* LampshadeHanging: A few times in the The "Zorak" episode, a celebration of episode probably has the character:most instances of this in a single episode:
29th Sep '17 6:30:37 PM v-n-n-n-n
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** After an exchange between Space Ghost and an entomologist regarding the number of limbs a mantis should have, the entomologist suggests that Zorak could have another pair of arms under his red vest. The next frame cuts to Zorak in a blue vest, the 'red vest' snippet is played again and then cuts to Zorak in a red vest.
** The entomologist says the mantis can stay still for motionless for hours, the next frame is a prolonged still of Zorak who breaks out and remarks 'actually, nobody moves much in a Creator/HannaBarbera cartoon'.

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** After an exchange between Space Ghost and an entomologist regarding the number of limbs a mantis should have, the entomologist suggests that Zorak could have another pair of arms under his red vest. The next frame It cuts to Zorak in a blue vest, the 'red vest' snippet is played again and then cuts to shows Zorak in a red vest.
** The entomologist says the mantis can stay still for motionless for hours, the next frame is it then cuts to a prolonged still of Zorak who breaks out and remarks 'actually, nobody moves much in a Creator/HannaBarbera cartoon'.
29th Sep '17 1:41:03 PM v-n-n-n-n
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* LimitedAnimation: Animation of a character walking is performed by bobbing a still frame up and down as it moves across the screen. Zorak sums it up with a snide little lampshading:
-->'''Zorak:''' Actually, nobody moves much in a Hanna-Barbera cartoon...

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* LimitedAnimation: Animation of a character walking is performed by bobbing a still frame up and down as it moves across the screen. Zorak sums it up with a snide little lampshading:\n-->'''Zorak:''' Actually, nobody moves much in a Hanna-Barbera cartoon...



* LiteralMinded: In "Fire Ant" Space Ghost and Conan O'Brian argue about how literal Space Ghost's name should be taken.

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* LiteralMinded: In "Fire Ant" Space Ghost and Conan O'Brian O'Brien argue about how literal Space Ghost's name should be taken.
29th Sep '17 1:20:30 PM v-n-n-n-n
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** After an exchange between Space Ghost and an entomologist regarding the number of limbs a mantis should have, the entomologist suggests that Zorak could have another arms under his red vest. The next frame cuts to Zorak but in a blue vest, the 'red vest' snippet is played again and then cuts to Zorak in a red vest.

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** After an exchange between Space Ghost and an entomologist regarding the number of limbs a mantis should have, the entomologist suggests that Zorak could have another pair of arms under his red vest. The next frame cuts to Zorak but in a blue vest, the 'red vest' snippet is played again and then cuts to Zorak in a red vest.
29th Sep '17 1:16:48 PM v-n-n-n-n
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* LampshadeHanging: A few times in the "Zorak" episode, a celebration of the character:
** After an exchange between Space Ghost and an entomologist regarding the number of limbs a mantis should have, the entomologist suggests that Zorak could have another arms under his red vest. The next frame cuts to Zorak but in a blue vest, the 'red vest' snippet is played again and then cuts to Zorak in a red vest.
** The entomologist says the mantis can stay still for motionless for hours, the next frame is a prolonged still of Zorak who breaks out and remarks 'actually, nobody moves much in a Creator/HannaBarbera cartoon'.
** During a clip of the original ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost'' animation showcasing Zorak's first TV appearance, Space Ghost asks Zorak what was up with his voice. Zorak answers back asking the same, referencing both characters having different voice actors thirty years on.
24th Sep '17 3:44:36 PM nombretomado
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* BreakoutCharacter: Andy Merrill's dumb-but-cheerful portrayal of Brak (Created for ''[=SGC2C=]'' and refined on ''CartoonPlanet'') would eventually be given his own show to headline, ''WesternAnimation/TheBrakShow'', with Zorak along to play off of.

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* BreakoutCharacter: Andy Merrill's dumb-but-cheerful portrayal of Brak (Created for ''[=SGC2C=]'' and refined on ''CartoonPlanet'') ''WesternAnimation/CartoonPlanet'') would eventually be given his own show to headline, ''WesternAnimation/TheBrakShow'', with Zorak along to play off of.
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