History WesternAnimation / SpaceGhostCoastToCoast

10th Apr '17 11:09:05 AM nombretomado
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* StockFootage: Occasionally, the 1966 ''Space Ghost and Dino Boy'' clips are shown. Even besides that, the vast majority of the animation in the show was recycled from the old series into the new setting (with some exceptions, like drinking a mug of coffee). This practice was also carried over to ''Sealab2021''.

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* StockFootage: Occasionally, the 1966 ''Space Ghost and Dino Boy'' clips are shown. Even besides that, the vast majority of the animation in the show was recycled from the old series into the new setting (with some exceptions, like drinking a mug of coffee). This practice was also carried over to ''Sealab2021''.''WesternAnimation/Sealab2021''.
20th Mar '17 3:12:40 PM toregg
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* FiveFiveFive: In "Telethon", all the phone numbers that come on screen for people to call in order to donate money for the show are 555 numbers.
9th Mar '17 8:53:01 AM speedyboris
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** A RunningGag in "Boatshow" is Zorak and Space Ghost calling Moltar "stupid". After the commercial break, Moltar finishes a song and asks, "Uh, isn't anyone gonna tell me to shut up?" Zorak says, [[HiddenDepths "You don't deserve it."]] A minute later, after Moltar's next song is interrupted, Zorak says, "Shut up!" and "We hate you!"
27th Feb '17 2:18:20 PM toregg
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* ThirdPersonPerson: Space Ghost interviews Beck in the third person.
21st Feb '17 11:17:54 PM gewunomox
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* WhoWritesThisCrap: Subverted in "Pavement"; Space Ghost openly announces at the start that he wrote the episode. What follows is a ''very'' disorganized series of guest star interviews (for instance, Space Ghost trying to interview Goldie Hawn while indie rock darlings {{Pavement}} play loudly in the background, or defiantly eating chocolate ice cream throughout his interview with [[Series/TheRedGreenShow Steve Smith]]) and plots that go nowhere (such as Zorak and Moltar in Space Ghost's prison).

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* WhoWritesThisCrap: Subverted in "Pavement"; Space Ghost openly announces at the start that he wrote the episode. What follows is a ''very'' disorganized series of guest star interviews (for instance, Space Ghost trying to interview Goldie Hawn while indie rock darlings {{Pavement}} Music/{{Pavement}} play loudly in the background, or defiantly eating chocolate ice cream throughout his interview with [[Series/TheRedGreenShow Steve Smith]]) and plots that go nowhere (such as Zorak and Moltar in Space Ghost's prison).
21st Feb '17 7:29:02 AM cernex
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What happens when you take stock footage from a [[TheSixties 1960s]] action cartoon and re-use it in a nonsensical talk show spoof? You get something like ''Space Ghost Coast to Coast'', one of the earliest outputs of Ghost Planet Industries (now known as [[Creator/AdultSwim Williams Street Productions]]) and Creator/CartoonNetwork's first fully produced original series. ''Coast to Coast'', which had 104 episodes produced between 1994 and 2008 on a fairly sporadic basis, ostensibly followed the talk show career of titular former superhero Tad Ghostal (better known as ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost'') as he interviewed various celebrity guests -- but the episodes usually degenerated into Space Ghost bickering with Zorak and Moltar (two former enemies of Space Ghost who SG forced to become his band leader and director respectively) or some other off-the-wall craziness.

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What happens when you take stock footage from a [[TheSixties 1960s]] action cartoon and re-use it in a nonsensical talk show spoof? You get something like ''Space Ghost Coast to Coast'', one of the earliest outputs of Ghost Planet Industries (now known as [[Creator/AdultSwim Williams Street Productions]]) and Creator/CartoonNetwork's first fully produced original series. ''Coast to Coast'', which had 104 episodes produced between 1994 and 2008 [[note]] Not counting the ''Copa Toon'' episodes made specially for Latin America during 2002 and 2003 [[/note]] on a fairly sporadic basis, ostensibly followed the talk show career of titular former superhero Tad Ghostal (better known as ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost'') as he interviewed various celebrity guests -- but the episodes usually degenerated into Space Ghost bickering with Zorak and Moltar (two former enemies of Space Ghost who SG forced to become his band leader and director respectively) or some other off-the-wall craziness.
9th Feb '17 2:39:43 PM Gosicrystal
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* DistinctionWithoutADifference: In "Bobcat":
--> '''Bobcat Goldthwait''': Well, I think Moltar's giving us the signal to wrap it up, huh, Space Ghost?\\
'''Space Ghost''': No, Bobcat, that's just his way of telling us to finish the interview.



* NoExceptYes: In "Bobcat":
--> '''Bobcat Goldthwait''': Well, I think Moltar's giving us the signal to wrap it up, huh, Space Ghost?\\
'''Space Ghost''': No, Bobcat, that's just his way of telling us to finish the interview.
27th Jan '17 6:59:36 PM DevoWasRight
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** The series had already started going into this sort of direction by 1998. Only a year later, the series had gotten even stranger (there's semi-frequent talk about "the sex" in "Curling Flower Space" for instance). A lot of episodes from this period have a very proto-Adult Swim/Aqua Teen Hunger Force feel to them.

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** The series had already started going into this sort of direction by 1998. Only a year later, the series had gotten even stranger (there's semi-frequent talk about "the sex" in "Curling Flower Space" for instance).stranger. A lot of episodes from this period have a very proto-Adult Swim/Aqua Teen Hunger Force feel to them.
23rd Jan '17 7:56:12 PM SSJWolverine
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'''Space Ghost''': [[HypocriticalHumor No]], now play me to the desk or I'm puttin' you in the box!\\
'''Zorak''': (frightened) The box?\\
'''Space Ghost''': That's right... the ''box''.

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'''Space Ghost''': [[HypocriticalHumor No]], now play me to the desk or I'm puttin' you in the box!\\
The Box!\\
'''Zorak''': (frightened) The box?\\
Box?\\
'''Space Ghost''': That's right... the ''box''.The ''Box''.
22nd Jan '17 3:02:21 AM C2
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: During the shows first episodes, Space Ghost, Zorak and Moltar's voice actors tried to imitate the characters' original voices and they sounded more stilted because of it. Also, Space Ghost interviewed his guests as if they were also superheroes.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: During the shows show's first episodes, Space Ghost, Zorak and Moltar's voice actors tried to imitate the characters' original voices and they sounded more stilted because of it. Also, Space Ghost interviewed his guests as if they were also superheroes.
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