Space Ghost Coast to Coast gives us the most ill-fit host of any type to man the desk for fifteen minutes at a time while basically insulting, interrupting, arguing with, ignoring and even blasting away guest after guest on his show while arguing with musical director Zorak and camera man/director Moltar. This series is so funny and ridiculous, what with Space Ghost frying Zorak, or even the guests, alien intruders popping out of nowhere, and a bunch of weird stuff going on. The show's plots make little to no sense, but that's what's best about it. You never know what's going to happen next, because the writers make it very unpredictable. The comedy is brilliant without even really trying. It features episodes that make you scratch your head, ones that take you behind the scenes and show you their process and ones of such dizzying inventiveness that they make you glad that someone, somewhere thought up the idea of giving Space Ghost his own talk show. The characters were all hilarious, the voice acting was great, the limited animation actually made it even funnier, and the odd, surreal sense of humor was just great. Space Ghost had odd, off-the-wall humor. The dryness of the jokes really grows on you, though. I loved the animated characters interacting with real people. It was basically the launchpad for Cartoon Network's adult-oriented, late-night programming block Adult Swim.