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This animated talk show is hosted by not-so-superhero Space Ghost and set in deep space. The show is often disrupted by "bandleader" Zorak and director-producer Moltar, who work for Space Ghost as a punishment for their crimes. The show's celebrity guests are live-action.

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aired 39 days ago
Space Ghost and Conan O Brien debate the quality of the show; Space Ghost drifts off to chase after an ant.
aired 90 days ago
Bob Denver, Dawn Wells and Russell Johnson from the cast of "Gilligan's Island."
aired 90 days ago
Susan Powter; Keven Meaney; the Bee Gees; some quotes are translated into Spanish.
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Space Ghost is obsessed with Hanson's blonde, curly hair; he leads the trio out of the set to swap camp stories and to buy a comb.
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The set is controlled by replicating pods that plan to kill the crew and take over when they're dead, so the crew does everything in their power to stay awake.
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It is revealed that Zoltran is Moltar's step brother; Space Ghost is 50 years old.
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The show celebrates an anniversary but the celebration is brought down by the craziness of returning guests Bobcat Goldthwaite and Judy Tenuta and a bad montage.
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It's Space Ghost's birthday and Moltar invites all of his enemies to appear on the show.
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Space Ghost and his evil brother trade places without telling each other.
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A Space Ghost enthusiast invades the show with some demands; a Green Jelly performer.
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Space Ghost and the Council of Doom interview the directors of Cartoon Network programs.
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Interviews with Branford Marsalis and actor Danny Bonaduce.
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Space Ghost wants to rehabilitate Zorak; Rich Hall give Space Ghost pointers on picking up women.

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