List of Space Ghost Coast to Coast episodes
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Space Ghost Coast to Coast is an animated talk show starring washed up superhero Space Ghost, a.k.a. Tad Ghostal, as a late-night talk show host. To aid him, Space Ghost has imprisoned his arch enemies Zorak and Moltar, and has forced them into slavery. Zorak acts as band leader and Moltar acts as director and producer. They regularly disrupt the show and make no secret of the fact that they hate Space Ghost.
Two pilots were created prior to the series' debut but were never aired on television with the second pilot being released as a special feature on the Volume Two DVD set. The series officially premiered on April 15, 1994 and ended on May 31, 2008 with a total of 110 episodes over the course of the show's ten seasons.
|First aired||Last aired||Network|
|1||10||April 15, 1994||November 11, 1994||Cartoon Network|
|2||9||March 17, 1995||October 20, 1995|
|3||15||February 2, 1996||December 25, 1996|
|4||25||July 18, 1997||January 1, 1998|
|5||11||August 7, 1998||December 25, 1998|
|6||8||October 8, 1999||December 17, 1999|
|7||8||May 7, 2001||May 12, 2002||Adult Swim|
|8||7||January 1, 2003||April 12, 2004|
|9||9||May 30, 2006||April 21, 2007||GameTap|
|10||8||September 11, 2007||May 31, 2008|
|No.||Title||Guest(s)||Original air date|
|Pilot||Untitled Pilot # 1||Denzel Washington||Unaired|
The first pilot of the show, made in 1993 and never aired on television but available on DVD. Badly overdubbed footage of Space Ghost (voiced by Andy Merrill) is interspersed with genuine footage of Denzel Washington.Note: A severely edited version can be found as a bonus on the Volume 2 DVD set under the name "Andy's Pilot".
|Pilot||Untitled Pilot # 2||Chris Gore & Emma Thompson||Unaired|
|The second pilot of the show, never aired on television, only pilot 2 is available on DVD.|
Season 1: 1994
With the exception of "Self Help" and "Gum, Disease", every episode was included on the Volume 1 DVD set in production code order.
|Title||Guest(s)||Original air date|
|1||"Spanish Translation"||The Bee Gees, Kevin Meaney, & Susan Powter||April 15, 1994|
|In this series premiere, Space Ghost declares his fondness for Mexican food.|
|2||"Gilligan"||Bob Denver, Dawn Wells, & Russell Johnson||April 22, 1994|
|Space Ghost interviews the cast of Gilligan's Island and tries to find out if the show is real.|
|3||"Elevator"||Ashley Judd, Timothy Leary, & Judy Tenuta||May 6, 1994|
Space Ghost falls in love with guest Judy Tenuta. Zorak and Moltar try escaping by getting on an elevator.Note: Although this was the third episode aired, this was actually the first episode produced.
|4||"CHiPs"||Bill Carter & Joe Franklin||May 13, 1994|
|As Space Ghost interviews his guests, Moltar introduces his fascination of the TV series CHiPs while he produces the show.|
|5||"Bobcat"||Bobcat Goldthwait & The Ramones||May 27, 1994|
|Space Ghost's real identity Tad Ghostal is revealed by Zorak.|
|6||"Banjo"||Schoolly D & "Weird Al" Yankovic||September 10, 1994|
|Zorak tests out a mind control spell on Space Ghost and the show's guests. Meanwhile, Space Ghost nurtures a special pet, Banjo the sea monkey, which eventually turns into a giant monster that threatens to destroy the studio.|
|7||"Punch"||Kamal Ahmed, John G. Brennan, Cindy Guyer, & Dian Parkinson||September 16, 1994|
|Space Ghost, Zorak, and Moltar say the word punch a lot.|
|8||"Batmantis"||Lee Meriwether, Eartha Kitt, & Adam West||September 30, 1994|
|"Your mother" captures Moltar, and says she won't let him free unless Space Ghost gives her his power bands. Meanwhile, Zorak becomes Batmantis and attempts to influence Lee Meriwether. The episode is a spoof of the 60s Batman TV series, and features several of its cast members.|
|9||"Self Help"||Joyce Brothers, Rich Hall, & Anka Radakovich||October 7, 1994|
|Hoping to rehabilitate Zorak, Space Ghost welcomes psychiatrist Dr. Joyce Brothers, who ends up being more concerned about him.|
|10||"Gum, Disease"||Danny Bonaduce & Branford Marsalis||November 11, 1994|
|Moltar is sick during the taping of this episode. Meanwhile during Space Ghost's interviews with Branford and Danny, Zorak demands gum.|
Season 2: 1995
With the exception of "Le Livre d'Histoire", every episode was included on the Volume 1 DVD set. Every episode is missing their respective title cards and "Contact Ghost Planet" IDs after the credits on the DVD.
|Title||Guest(s)||Original air date|
|11||"President's Day Nightmare"||Craig McCracken, Pat Ventura, Van Partible, Eugene Mattos, Genndy Tartakovsky & Dian Parkinson||February 20, 1995|
Space Ghost shows off his versatility by emceeing Cartoon Network's "World Premiere Toon-In". Members of the Council of Doom appear as judges in a beauty pageant-style competition between five cartoon directors.DVD Releases: Included as a special feature on Volume 3 (edited) and The Powerpuff Girls Season 1 DVD (edited, but not as much as on Volume 3), which also includes Craig McCracken's raw interview.
|12||"Story Book"||Kirk the Storyteller (James Kirkconnell),
Carl the Cartoonist (Carl Clark) & George Lowe (uncredited)
|March 17, 1995|
|Kirk the Storyteller and Carl the Cartoonist stop time with their riveting interpretation of two previous episodes of Space Ghost Coast to Coast. "Banjo" and "Batmantis" unfold with a solemn reverence appropriate to their importance in the Space Ghost pantheon of electronic entertainment. This episode is also known as "Story Book House".|
|13||"Girlie Show"||Fran Drescher, Carol Channing & Alice Cooper||March 24, 1995|
|Space Ghost does a whole episode dedicated to girls. Zorak gets mad that they didn't have an episode about Jack Klugman.|
|14||"Hungry"||Michael Stipe, Lassie & Mujibur and Sirajul||March 31, 1995|
|Space Ghost welcomes Michael Stipe from R.E.M.. Later, he shares time-honored difficult-places-to-reach-while-scratching-stories with Lassie. Zorak introduces the crew to his young nephew, Raymond, and later eats him when the pizza the crew ordered fails to arrive on time.|
|15||"Fire Drill"||David Byrne & Donny Osmond||June 2, 1995|
|Space Ghost makes Academy Award Winner David Byrne uncomfortable and attempts to get to the root of the feud between former teen idols Donny Osmond and earlier guest Danny Bonaduce.|
|16||"Le Livre d'Histoire"||Jim Carrey, Chuck Russell, James Kirkconnell & Carl Clark||June 9, 1995|
|A merger of the episodes "The Mask" and "Story Book" with the addition of Lokar as host.|
|17||"Sleeper"||Hulk Hogan & Slash||July 28, 1995|
Feeling a little wired, Space Ghost asks professional wrestler Hulk Hogan to put him in a sleeper hold so that he can get some rest. Instead, Hogan recites an original haiku about Zorak.Note: A short scene after the credits with the crew having left Slash behind on the set is missing on the DVD.
|18||"Jerk"||Sandra Bernhard & B. Palmer Mills||August 18, 1995|
|Space Ghost attempts to create an award-winning show, but his frustration and strict ways make everyone call him a jerk.|
|19||"Urges"||Matthew Sweet & Catherine Bach||October 20, 1995|
|It's mating season on Zorak's home planet. Despite the rather unpleasant role the male plays in the mantis love ritual, Zorak gives in to that most common of insect impulses and returns home.|
Season 3: 1996
"Explode" was released on Volume 1 while the remaining episodes were released on Volume 2.
|Title||Guest(s)||Original air date|
|20||"Explode"||Terry Jones & Glen Phillips||February 2, 1996|
Space Ghost talks to Terry Jones and makes many references to the Monty Python series with Zorak. Lokar offers Moltar a job working for him.Note: An announcement at the end of the episode by John Peel was not included on the DVD release.
|21||"$20.01"||Joel Hodgson & Penn and Teller||February 9, 1996|
|Ultra Seven had to be replaced on the DVD release.|
|22||"Lovesick"||Carrot Top & Star Lady (as a cow)||February 14, 1996|
|Space Ghost is depressed after a recent break up, and Carrot Top tries to cheer him up.|
|23||"Transcript"||Jonathan Richman||February 23, 1996|
|Musician Jonathan Richman favors Space Ghost with a couple of charming songs during a meandering conversation.|
|24||"Sharrock"||Thurston Moore||March 1, 1996|
|This episode is dedicated to Sonny Sharrock and showcases his musical work, with a moment of silence at the end.|
|25||"Boo"||Michael Norman & Bill Nye||March 8, 1996|
|Space Ghost turns to experts for advice on supernatural phenomena such as the disappearance of his phantom cruiser keys.|
|26||"Freak Show"||Wylie Gustafson & Bill Manspeaker (of Green Jellÿ)||May 22, 1996|
|An eccentric villain called Commander Andy keeps interrupting the show.|
|27||"Switcheroo"||Susan Olsen & Elvira: Mistress of the Dark||June 5, 1996|
|Space Ghost's evil twin brother Chad Ghostal stops by the show with sinister plans to take over Tad Ghostal's job.|
|28||"Surprise"||Vinnie Dombroski, Jimmie Walker, Mike Watt, Dennis Diken, Pat DiNizio, Juliana Hatfield, Ben Folds, Cameron Diaz, Mark McEwen, Wes Johnson, Dr. Robert Bakker, Matt Talbott, Judy Tenuta, Lori Fetrick, Steve Henneberry, Method Man, Jill Cunniff, Rodney Trevon Oliver, Rev. Norbert St. Louis, Les Claypool, Larry Lalonde, & Bobcat Goldthwait||June 19, 1996|
|While Space Ghost struggles to make his way to the mail room and pick up a package, The Council of Doom gathers for a surprise birthday party.|
|29||"Glen Campbell"||Matt Groening||October 9, 1996|
Moltar puts the show on 'automated technical direction' and disappears in accordance with a manual he's reading entitled 'The Joy of Escape.'Note: Dialogue from The Simpsons at the beginning of the episode and after the credits had to be removed for the DVD release. In addition, a line from Space Ghost was removed as well.
|30||"Jacksonville"||James Hetfield & Kirk Hammett||October 16, 1996|
|Continuing from the previous episode, Moltar is on the run and suspense dominates this episode. Space Ghost is forced to recruit Tansut as his fill-in director, who causes problems before bringing out the guests.|
|31||"Late Show"||Janeane Garofalo, Flip Orley, Dave Grohl, & John Popper||October 23, 1996|
|Former Late Show with David Letterman writers scripted this unabashed spoof of late-night talk show convention.|
|32||"Cookout"||Emeril Lagasse, Nathalie Dupree, & Martin Yan||December 11, 1996|
|The Council of Doom judge a cooking contest. Zorak wants all the bones.|
|33||"Art Show"||Laurie Anderson & Stomp||December 18, 1996|
|Performance artist Laurie Anderson riles Space Ghost by revealing that she never watches television, then waxes conspiratorial about cyberspace. A disengaged Space Ghost invisos out, missing much of the remaining interview.|
|34||"Woody Allen's Fall Project"||James Kirkconnell||December 25, 1996|
|Reenactments of old episodes are done in live-action by various crew members, with introductions by "Space Ghost expert" James Kirkconnell. This is an apparent tribute to E! Entertainment's well-publicized re-enactments of the O.J. Simpson hearings.|
Season 4: 1997–1998
With the exception of "Brilliant Number Two", every episode was released on the Volume 3 DVD set.
|Title||Guest(s)||Original air date|
|35||"Rehearsal"||Fred Schneider||July 18, 1997|
|This flashback episode transports viewers to a dress rehearsal two days before the premiere of Space Ghost Coast to Coast in April 1994. Offering a rare glimpse behind the scenes, "Rehearsal" features Space Ghost, Moltar and Zorak flubbing familiar gags, missing cues and mistiming special effects.|
|36||"Gallagher"||Bob Odenkirk & David Cross||July 26, 1997|
|Space Ghost introduces "Space Time Quiz Fun 9000" and his "contestants". What follows is a rapid-fire conversation in more ways than one, as Odenkirk's growing addiction to power-band blasts results in a steady volley from Space Ghost.|
|37||"Edelweiss"||Beck||August 1, 1997|
|Zorak is zapped until he can apparently no longer regenerate, leaving Space Ghost without a bandleader. Moltar is instructed to fill in for his dearly departed friend by singing renditions of German folk songs, which puts Beck, the show's lone guest, to sleep. Zorak, who isn't really dead, decides to get back at Space Ghost by "haunting" the set.|
|38||"Anniversary"||Judy Tenuta & Bobcat Goldthwait||August 8, 1997|
|Space Ghost marks a "special notch in the belt that is the Space Ghost saga".|
|39||"Zoltran"||Robin Leach & Merrill Markoe||August 15, 1997|
|Space Ghost chats with Robin Leach until his guest reveals that he is, in fact, an evil villain named Zoltran.|
|40||"Pilot"||Lori Fetrick & Steve Henneberry||August 22, 1997|
|Lokar hosts a fake pilot for the show Birdman Coast to Coast. Space Ghost does not appear in the episode.|
|41||"Speck"||Jimmy Cliff & Jack Logan||August 29, 1997|
|Moltar and mechanic-turned-musician Jack Logan share a creepy conversation about items underneath their beds. Meanwhile, an irritating speck in Space Ghost's eye stops the show cold, a final calamity on a night of amusing mishaps.|
|42||"Zorak"||Dr. Maxcy Nolan & Steve Arnold||September 5, 1997|
|An episode dedicated to Zorak. Includes an edited version of the episode "Zorak" from the original Space Ghost series.|
|43||"Switcheroo"||Mark Hamill & Bill Mumy||September 12, 1997|
|Zorak and Moltar go to a science fiction convention without inviting Space Ghost, prompting him to create Space Ghost Con '97.|
|44||"Mayonnaise"||Jon Stewart||September 19, 1997|
|While attempting to introduce Jon Stewart to the wonders of aroma therapy, Moltar accidentally cuts off his oxygen.|
|45||"Brilliant Number One"||Peter Fonda & Buzz Aldrin||September 26, 1997|
|Space Ghost pays homage to his real boss by continually referring to Peter Fonda as "Ted Turner's brother-in-law".|
|46||"Boobookitty"||Michael McKean & David Lander||October 3, 1997|
|During Space Ghost's interview with McKean & Lander (or lack thereof), a menacing "kitty" blimp hovers around Ghost Planet.|
|47||"Needledrop"||Ice-T, Ernie C & Fred Willard||October 10, 1997|
|Space Ghost decides to do the "hip shake" throughout the show. Meanwhile, Moltar accidentally releases a ghost into the studio, which steals Zorak's soul.|
|48||"Sphinx"||Mike Judge & Harland Williams||October 17, 1997|
|Mike Judge kindly asks Space Ghost to "whack the Rugrats". Space Ghost agrees to the job, as long as he can get onto one of Judge's shows.|
|49||"Pavement"||Colin Quinn, Pavement, Red Green, Goldie Hawn & Tommy Davidson||October 24, 1997|
|Space Ghost repeatedly confuses Pavement with The Beatles and saves Jupiter from Fidor. The Great Gazoo has a cameo.|
|50||"Untitled"||George Clinton & Erik Estrada||October 31, 1997|
|Space Ghost, an unofficial member of the P-Funk Mob, sets the groove in motion with George Clinton, but Moltar attempts to wrest the show from Space Ghost's control so he can interview his hero and the star of TV's CHiPs, Erik Estrada.|
|51||"Hipster"||The Millionaire & Sam Butera||November 7, 1997|
Space Ghost's evil twin brother Chad Ghostal hosts this episode.Note: Sam Butera's rendition of "Just a Gigolo" was replaced on the DVD with an original song.
|52||"Piledriver"||Rob Zombie & Raven-Symoné||November 14, 1997|
|Grandpa Space Ghost (voiced by Randy Savage) stops by the show to visit Tad Ghostal.|
|53||"Suckup"||John Henson & Bob Goen||November 21, 1997|
|Desperate for a new gig, Space Ghost kisses up to Talk Soup host John Henson and Entertainment Tonight host Bob Goen by telling each that they are "pretty men".|
|54||"Dam"||Charlton Heston||December 5, 1997|
|This show welcomes its first-ever Academy Award winner, Charlton Heston, who, after much prodding, offers his trophy to Space Ghost.|
|55||"Boatshow"||Steve Allen & Andy Dick||December 12, 1997|
|This episode is a musical special.|
|56||"Brilliant Number Two"||Peter Fonda & Buzz Aldrin||December 14, 1997|
Space Ghost, once again, interviews Peter Fonda and the "moonwalking" Buzz Aldrin.Note: This is an alternate version of "Brilliant Number One", with different running subtitles and a new sound mix.
|57||"Telethon"||Bob Abdou, Pete Michael & Russ Powell||December 19, 1997|
|Space Ghost holds a telethon with the Council of Doom because he's out of money, but ends up losing even more money.|
|58||"Dimethylpyrimidinol Bisulfite"||Pat Boone & Chuck D||December 26, 1997|
|Space Ghost and Zorak try to endorse ointment and potted meat to the home viewing audience. Everyone except Space Ghost is severely underwhelmed at the performance of special guest The Rappin' Space Goblin.|
|59||"Joshua"||Tony Bennett, Tom Arnold, Afro-Plane, Kathy Kinney, Ginny, the Dog Who Saves Cats, Paul Gilmartin, Annabelle Gurwitch, John Flansburgh, William, the King of Imagination, Ryah Rosenberg & Sean Medlock||January 1, 1998|
A parody of corporate videos with a brief appearance at the end of two winners of a haiku contest.Note: William, the King of Imagination's appearance is removed from the DVD release.
Season 5: 1998
Every episode was available on "The 1998 Episodes" single disc DVD release, which was sold exclusively through the Adult Swim store.
|Title||Guest(s)||Original air date|
|60||"Terminal"||Dr. Drew Pinsky & Marc Weiner||August 7, 1998|
|Space Ghost fakes a terminal illness so Zorak and Moltar will have sympathy for him.|
|61||"Toast"||Merrill Markoe & Adam Carolla||August 14, 1998|
|After Space Ghost declares his love for Merrill Markoe, he receives advice from Adam Carolla, co-host of MTV's Loveline.|
|62||"Lawsuit"||Greta Van Susteren||August 21, 1998|
|Space Ghost gets sued by his old sidekicks Jan and Jace. Their lawyer is Space Ghost's arch enemy Dr. Nightmare, Attorney at Law.|
|63||"Cahill"||Garrett Morris & Mark McEwen||August 28, 1998|
A vicious storm on Ghost Planet has Space Ghost scared silly.Notes: The episode's name comes from the show's editor, Michael Cahill. A short scene in which Garrett Morris sings For the Love of Money by The O'Jays was removed from the DVD release.
|64||"Warren"||Gary Owens||September 4, 1998|
Space Ghost grows angry upon learning that he has been 'imposternated' on a bizarre, intergalactic television program.Note: When originally aired, the episode looped three times in a row, with only one minor change near the end of each instance. It ran for 35 minutes without commercial breaks. A shortened version was aired on September 6, 1998 . The long version is only available on "The 1998 Episodes".
|65||"Chinatown"||Tyra Banks & Rebecca Romijn||September 11, 1998|
|Space Ghost trades Moltar to a Chinese baseball team and replaces him with a dog. Zorak loses his edge without Moltar.|
|66||"Rio Ghosto"||Ben Stiller, Kevin Smith, & Jim Jarmusch||September 18, 1998|
|Space Ghost pursues a movie career.|
|67||"Pal Joey"||Michael Moore||September 25, 1998|
|Joey, an overzealous ex-intern, annoys Space Ghost with his antics.|
|68||"Curses"||Moby, Emo Philips, Shirley Manson, & James Kirkconnell||November 27, 1998|
|Space Ghost is afflicted by the Curse of Kintavé and is driven to eat all of his guests.|
|69||"Intense Patriotism"||Jeff Foxworthy||December 4, 1998|
|Space Ghost attempts to take Ghost Planet to the United States, and consequently focuses the show on various aspects of America.|
|70||"Waiting for Edward"||Denis Leary||December 25, 1998|
|While Space Ghost interviews Denis Leary, Moltar destroys Ghost Planet and Space Ghost subsequently appears at a day camp, explaining how he saved Christmas.|
Season 6: 1999
Every episode was available on the "From the Kentucky Nightmare DVD" two-disc set, which was sold exclusively through the Adult Swim store. They are all presented out of air date order.
|Title||Guest(s)||Original air date|
|71||"Chambraigne"||Bob Costas & Al Roker (Cameo in TV version)||October 8, 1999|
Space Ghost tries the product "Chambraigne", a shampoo that supposedly enhances intelligence. After watching the show, the inventors of Chambraigne rush to Ghost Planet to try and stop Space Ghost from endorsing their fake product before his idiocy exposes their scam.Notes: This episode was first released on DVD as a bonus feature on the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Season Five set. The commercial at the beginning was edited for both DVD releases, with Al Roker replaced by George "Al" Lowe. Carl and his son later returned in the Aqua Teen Hunger Force episode "Carl Wash", also available on the ATHF Season Five set.
|72||"Snatch"||Steven Wright||October 15, 1999|
The comedy stakes are high when Space Ghost, Moltar, Zorak and guest Steven Wright are sealed inside the studio by a giant blob and stalked by body-snatching alien pods.Notes: The episode was originally aired with an ending featuring Colonial Man (played by Dave Willis) telling viewers to bid for the ending on eBay. The episode was later aired with an alternate ending on January 28, 2000 . The Colonial Man ending is included as a bonus on "From the Kentucky Nightmare DVD". An aborted attempt to use the Steven Wright interview, entitled "Dinner with Steven", can be found on "The 1998 Episodes" DVD as a bonus.
|73||"Girl Hair"||Hanson||October 22, 1999|
|Members of Hanson have long hair and Space Ghost is obsessed with combing it. This episode reveals Space Ghost's dark side as well as Zorak's desire to procure teeth so that he can get into clubs. Appearances by the Tooth Fairy and Bizarro Santa Claus bring about one of the weirdest scenes yet staged on the show.|
|74||"Sequel"||Captain & Tennille||October 29, 1999|
After Space Ghost has been sent to the slammer for years of mistreating Jan and Jace, Birdman is called upon to guest host the show, but spends most of his time lamenting an impending divorce from his wife Galaxy Girl, a.k.a. Sylvia.Notes: This is a sequel to "Lawsuit". The kid from the Herculoids, when Space Ghost tries to get back to Ghost Planet, is voiced by Dave Willis who uses what would later become Meatwad's voice.
|75||"Curling Flower Space"||Jerry Springer & Sarah Jessica Parker||November 19, 1999|
|Jerry Springer and Sarah Jessica Parker nearly get trampled in this bizarre romp through the minds of Space Ghost, Moltar and Zorak.|
|76||"Table Read"||N/A||December 3, 1999|
|The show's voice actors and writers consisting of George Lowe, C. Martin Croker, Jim Fortier, Dave Willis, Matt Maiellaro, Mike Lazzo, and Mark Banker rehearse (in live-action) the episode Fire Ant.|
|77||"Fire Ant"||Conan O'Brien||December 10, 1999|
Space Ghost spontaneously combusts during his interview with fellow talk show host Conan O'Brien. Later, after vaporizing an ant that bit him, Space Ghost finds another ant in the studio, and vows to follow it home and kill its whole family.Notes: When first aired, the episode featured a 10-minute sequence in which Space Ghost crawls after an ant. A shortened version was later aired on January 3, 2000 . The long version is only available on "From the Kentucky Nightmare DVD". On April 1, 2014, the long version was aired again as a part of Adult Swim's April Fools Day marathon of Space Ghost episodes, albeit with a commercial break inserted halfway through.
|78||"King Dead"||Jon Benjamin||December 17, 1999|
|Space Ghost fires Zorak and Moltar and replaces them with Brak and Tansut, but quickly realizes they are poor substitutes. Meanwhile, after breaking into Space Ghost's apartment, Zorak and Moltar decide to derail the show by kidnapping guest Jon Benjamin and holding him for ransom.|
Season 7: 2001–2002
The first two episodes were originally aired on Cartoon Network unannounced, although hints of their airings were dropped on the shows official website at the time. The entire series moved to Adult Swim on September 2, 2001 with the premiere of "Knifin' Around". Another episode featuring Merrill Markoe was planned for this run of episodes but was never aired.
Every episode was available on the "From the Kentucky Nightmare DVD" two-disc set, which was sold exclusively through the Adult Swim store. The first five episodes are presented out of air date order while the second and third "Mommentaries" are included as bonus features.
|Title||Guest(s)||Original air date|
|79||"Kentucky Nightmare"||Willie Nelson||May 7, 2001|
|Space Ghost signs an endorsement deal with a liquor company, and he is forced to use a shark as the show's new mascot. A bear wanders onto the set, upsetting the normal routine by repeatedly attacking Space Ghost. After remembering a comment Bobcat Goldthwait made during his interview, Space Ghost cracks open all the windows in the studio, which later allows the building to be overrun by giant killer bees.|
|80||"The Justice Hole"||Dave Thomas||July 22, 2001|
|An agitated Space Ghost leaves his own show, but can't find anything to do. When he tries joining a team of third-rate superheroes based in a hole in the ground outside the Justice League's headquarters, he finds that even the reject heroes don't like him.|
|81||"Knifin' Around"||Björk & Thom Yorke||September 2, 2001|
|Space Ghost has Moltar sub in as the show's host to keep Thom Yorke distracted while he illegally copies the new Radiohead album. Meanwhile, Space Ghost discovers he is married to Björk, but hates being a husband, especially to someone so eccentric.|
|82||"Flipmode"||Busta Rhymes||October 14, 2001|
|Space Ghost is hosting a "mystery dinner theater" and in the midst, he beats Zorak senseless a number of times and causes a massive gas leak, which causes everyone to hallucinate.|
|83||"Sweet for Brak"||Tenacious D (Jack Black & Kyle Gass)||November 18, 2001|
|Space Ghost becomes jealous when Brak's spin-off, The Brak Show, becomes a hit. Meanwhile, Zorak teaches the band Tenacious D how to perform.|
|84||"Mommentary"||Willie Nelson||December 30, 2001|
|Special edition of "Kentucky Nightmare" with commentary provided by the show producers' mothers: Harriet Lazzo, Rachel Maiellaro and Sharon Willis.|
|85||"Mommentary: Creator's Commentary"||Willie Nelson||May 12, 2002|
|Special edition of "Mommentary" with commentary on previous commentary by Mike Lazzo, Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis.|
|86||"Mommentary: Jelly Bean"||Willie Nelson||May 12, 2002|
|Special edition of "Mommentary" with new commentary from the show's producers Mike Lazzo, Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis.|
Season 8: 2003–2004
With the exception of "Baffler Meal", every episode is named after either a song or album by The Allman Brothers Band. Two other episodes were in the works but were apparently scrapped. One entitled "One Way Out" would have featured Seth Green, while the other, untitled episode would have featured Seth MacFarlane.
|Title||Guest(s)||Original air date|
|87||"Baffler Meal"||Willie Nelson||January 1, 2003|
Space Ghost sells the show out to a fast food restaurant named Burger Trench, but the restaurant's overzealous mascots, the Aqua Teen Hunger Force, continually disrupt the show with their relentless promotion of Burger Trench's food.Notes: Introduced prototypes of Aqua Teen Hunger Force characters. The script was originally written for the 1999 season, but was rejected because it focused too much on the Aqua Teens. It was later re-written as "Kentucky Nightmare". The episode is included as a bonus on the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume 2 DVD set along with a deleted opening sequence and commentary.
|88||"Whipping Post"||Dennis Miller||November 23, 2003|
|Space Ghost is angry about a variety of topics, and rants mightily to his guest, comedian Dennis Miller.|
|89||"Eat a Peach"||Todd Barry||November 30, 2003|
|Moltar and Zorak compete for Space Ghost's attention, while Space Ghost is more concerned with the safety of comedian Todd Barry's automobile.|
|90||"In Memory of Elizabeth Reed"||William Shatner||December 7, 2003|
|Space Ghost's interview with William Shatner is cut short when he is called into action to take part in an epic battle with the HVAC repairmen working on Zorak's air conditioner. In Space Ghost's absence, Moltar attempts to share some of his Star Trek fanfiction with Shatner.|
|91||"Idlewild South"||Jeff Probst||December 14, 2003|
|Space Ghost becomes incredibly drunk after Moltar convinces him that tallboys (24oz beers) will make him "feel like a cowboy", and his inebriated antics quickly derail his interview with Survivor host Jeff Probst.|
|92||"Dreams"||Lassie & Triumph the Insult Comic Dog||January 11, 2004|
|Space Ghost hosts a telethon to raise money for "Retardos" and enlists Triumph's help.|
|93||"Live at the Fillmore"
|Susan Powter||April 12, 2004|
The show's budget is used to bail Space Ghost out of jail. Afterwards, He, Zorak, and Moltar try to find ways to run the show without the said money, but things take a bizarre turn for the worse.Note: It was aired in an unfinished state and was referred to as "Unfinished POS". The credits for "Kentucky Nightmare" are used at the end.
Season 9: 2006–2007
GameTap produced 17 more episodes of the show from 2006 to 2008 (nine episodes in season nine and eight in season ten), giving the series a total of 110 episodes.
|94||"Billy"||Billy Mitchell||May 30, 2006|
|95||"Rand"||Rand Miller||June 13, 2006|
|96||"Kenny"||Kenny Wayne Shepherd||July 4, 2006|
|97||"Al"||Allan Alcorn as "Mr. Pong"||October 10, 2006|
|98||"Steve"||Steve Wozniak||January 23, 2007|
|99||"Rob"||Rob Fulop||February 28, 2007|
|100||"Howard"||Howard Warshaw||March 17, 2007|
|101||"Wayne"||Wayne Coyne||April 21, 2007|
|102||"Larry"||Larry Hunter||May 24, 2007|
Season 10: 2007–2008
|103||"Richard"||Richard Garriott||September 11, 2007|
|104||"Stephen"||Stephen Bristow||October 31, 2007|
|105||"David"||David Crane||November 30, 2007|
|106||"Chantal"||Chantal Claret||December 25, 2007|
|107||"Mark"||Mark Thompson||May 4, 2008|
|108||"Bruce"||Bruce Stern||May 16, 2008|
|109||"Dee"||Dee Snider||May 25, 2008|
|110||"Barenaked Ladies"||Barenaked Ladies||May 31, 2008|
|Title||Guest(s)||Original air date|
|"The Mask"||Jim Carrey & Chuck Russell||November 4, 1994|
|Created as a trailer as well as an interview of sorts for the VHS release of the movie The Mask, starring Jim Carrey.|
|"A Space Ghost Christmas"||Kevin Meaney||December 25, 1994|
A special Christmas episode featuring musical segments with the main cast and the Council of Doom.Notes: It was regularly aired interspersed with previous episodes of the series ("Bobcat", "Batmantis", and "Gum, Disease"). Two segments of it are included on the Volume 1 DVD (one as a bonus feature and the other as an Easter egg).
- Official Space Ghost Coast to Coast Season 1 Episode guide from Adult Swim (archived using The Wayback Machine).
- Official Space Ghost Coast to Coast Season 2 Episode guide from Adult Swim (archived using The Wayback Machine).
- Official Space Ghost Coast to Coast Season 3 Episode guide from Adult Swim (archived using The Wayback Machine).
- Official Space Ghost Coast to Coast Season 4 Episode guide from Adult Swim (archived using The Wayback Machine).
- Official Space Ghost Coast to Coast Season 5 Episode guide from Adult Swim (archived using The Wayback Machine).
- Official Space Ghost Coast to Coast Season 6 Episode guide from Adult Swim (archived using The Wayback Machine).
- The Daily Ghost Planet "More from the con - New Episode Tonight!". July 22, 2001. Accessed March 24, 2011.
- Official Space Ghost Coast to Coast Season 7 Episode guide from Adult Swim (archived using The Wayback Machine).
- The Daily Ghost Planet "New episodes - titles and dates". November 9, 2003. Accessed March 15, 2011.
- Official Space Ghost Coast to Coast Season 8 Episode guide from Adult Swim (archived using The Wayback Machine).
- Article on Aqua Teen Hunger Force in the Chicago Reader
- Rayner, Ben. "Still a Hunger Force to be reckoned with". TheStar.com, April 15, 2007. Accessed January 27, 2008.
- The Daily Ghost Planet "One time airing of a "new" episode to mark C2C's 10th Anniversary" April 6, 2004. Accessed March 15, 2011.
- Space Ghost Coast to Coast episode Guide at Adultswim.com
- Space Ghost Coast to Coast episode Guide at TV.com