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Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Vol. 2 [2 Discs] [DVD]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Andy's pilot
  • Thurston Moore performance
  • 1993 pencil test
  • Matt Groening raw interview
  • Sharrock bonus
  • Extended episodes
  • Closed Captioned

Synopsis

Season three of the satirical, quasi-animated talk show Space Ghost Coast to Coast finds the stiff, humorless superhero host making a shambles of his interview with Monty Python's Terry Jones. This is followed by a session in which Space Ghost's longtime enemy -- and current musical director -- Zorak defiantly stages his own chat show, with Penn and Teller as his victims -- er, guests. Subsequent episodes feature the likes of Carrot Top, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Cassandra Peterson (better known as buxom horror show hostess Elvira), and a brace of former TV idols, including Jimmie "J.J." Walker (Good Times) and Susan Olsen (The Brady Bunch). But wait! There's more! Simpsons creator Matt Groening poses a question that no one else would dare to touch: is Casper the Friendly Ghost the spirit of the dead Richie Rich? Also, Gary Owens, the original voice of Space Ghost back in the '60s, shows up in the episode titled "Late Show." Master chefs Emeril, Nathalie Dupree, and Martin Yan appear in the double episode "Cookout"; and then there's the season finale, "Woody Allen's Fall Project," in which classic moments from the series' first two seasons are played out by live actors (with C. Martin Croker, the voice of Zorak, impersonating "Weird" Al Yankovic). ~ Hal Erickson
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