Cartoon Planet

Season 1 Episode 7

The Night the Lights Went Out on Cartoon Planet

Aired Unknown Oct 22, 1997 on Cartoon Network
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The Night the Lights Went Out on Cartoon Planet
When the lights go out on the set, Space Ghost goes into panic mode. Skits Include: Cold Open: Flagpole Opening: Living Ghost Brak's Tales of Suspense: Crazy John Zorak's Nuggets of Joy: Fru Fru Oh Fun Key Bay Bee Zorak's Horrorscopes: Libra Francine Brak's School Daze: Magic Marker The Word For Today is Funky Zorak's Helpful Hints Theme Zorak's Helpful Hints: Zorak's Day Off It's Not Easy Being Evil Poet's Corner Theme Poet's Corner: Sidekicks "Darling", as rendered by Space Ghost Ordinary Guy Cartoon Planet Storybook: Little Helping Hands Mail Bag Day Theme Mail Bag Day General Manager Brak Can't Stop Laughing Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers Hee Haw Closing Thememoreless

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Brak: Then the telephone rang again and the operator said 'the last call came from your house!' Oh dun-dun-dun-dun, and I said 'Somebody's in the house, oh no!' Dun-dun-dun, and the operator said 'Oh I'm sorry I was looking at your number. The last call actually came from the old crazy house down the road', and I said 'oh that's just crazy John' and I wondered what he wanted, dun-dun-dun.

      • Zorak: Attention Libra: I'm sorry to report that in the next few months you'll notice a large growth on your neck--it's your head! Mwu-ha-ha! So don't pick at it, it will just get worse. Mwu-ha-ha! Does your head hurt--cause it's killing me! I love this job.

      • Space Ghost: Zorak is my very funky prisoner.

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    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • Little Jack Horner
        When Space Ghost talks about eating pie, and says 'What a good boy am I!', it is a reference to the nursery rhyme 'Little Jack Horner'.

      • Space Ghost and Dino Boy
        Space Ghost's poem 'The Sidekicks' Lament' is a lyrical tribute to his former sidekicks Blip, Jan and Jayce. These three sidekicks are from the 'Space Ghost and Dino Boy' series.

      • When a Stranger Calls
        When the operator traces the call back to Brak's house, it alludes to the 1979 film 'When a Stranger Calls', when the sergeant traces the murderer's call back to the house Jill Johnson is sitting.