Space Ghost Coast to Coast

Season 8 Episode 7

Live at the Fillmore

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Aired Unknown Apr 12, 2004 on Cartoon Network
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Live at the Fillmore
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When Space Ghost spends the show budget to get himself out of jail, they have to find ways to run the show without money. They try doing a "remote without cameras," interviewing the old Susan Powter interview, interviewing a show, and punching Space Ghost in the crotch. Space Ghost then does his one man show "Racism is Bad" followed by more crotch punching and omelettes.moreless

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      • Space Ghost (in jail cell): What would you have me do, Zorak?

        (teleports out of cell)

        Space Ghost (slowly and deliberately through gritted teeth): REACH DOWN MY PANTS IN FRONT OF THE FEMALE POLICE?

      • [At the end of the episode]
        Space Ghost: Can this whole show be deleted? Well, what do you think? [we wish.]

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      • Title: Live at the Fillmore
        This (or Live At The Fillmore East or At Fillmore East) is the name of an Allman Brothers album (as well as the name of albums from several other artist, most notably Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis). The album contains a live jam of "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" that takes up almost an entire disc (and made the album a 2 disc set and was apparently based on Miles Davis's "All Blues") as well as "Whipping Post". Also of note is that other Allman Brothers albums include "Eat a Peach", "Idlewild South", and "Dreams" (which is also the name of one of their songs).

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