- Episode commentaries on "Elevator," "Batmantis," "Story Book House," "Girlie Show," and "Fire Drill"
- Extended versions of "Urges," "Explode," "Jerk," "Sleeper," "Hungry," and "Fire Drill"
- Original artwork
- Muisc video with Zorak
- Subtitles: English, Français, & Español
- Closed Captioned
Venerable cartoon superhero Space Ghost enters the network talk show fray as Space Ghost Coast to Coast launches its first season. With the begrudging assistance of his old enemies Zorak and Moltar, hired as the series' bandleader and director respectively, the monumentally clueless and self-involved Space Ghost welcomes three celebrities to his inaugural show: physical fitness guru Susan Powter, who offers to "stop the insanity" by weaning Space Ghost away from Spanish food; comedian Kevin Meaney, who clearly understands the series' satirical premise; and the Bee Gees, who clearly do not (indeed, the "Biggies" -- as Space Ghost refers to them -- become so potty-mouthed that the star is forced to vaporize them!) The next 15-minute episode features three Gilligan's Island refugees: Bob Denver, Dawn Wells, and Russell Johnson. Subsequent sessions headline the bizarre trio of Judy Tenuta, Timothy Leary, and Ashley Judd; not to mention Joe Franklin, Bobcat Goldthwait, the Ramones, Schoolly D, "Weird" Al Yankovic, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Jim Carrey, Branford Marsalis, Danny Bonaduce, and, in an homage to Batman, Adam West and two of his former "catwomen," Eartha Kitt and Lee Meriwether. And among many other highlights of the series' first season, we learn that Space Ghost's real name is Tad Ghostal. ~ Hal Erickson
Cast & Crew
- George Lowe - Space Ghost
- C. Martin Croker - Zorak/Moltar
- Andy Merrill - Brak/Lokar