Elevator

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Elevator
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Premiere date: May 6, 1994
Run time: 10:43
Music composed by: Sony Sharrock
Eddie Horst
Writers: Matthew Maiellaro
Andy Merrill
Khaki Jones
Keith Crofford
Animation directors: Jeff Doud
C. Martin Croker
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"Elevator" is the third episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast season one. It aired on May 6, 1994 on Cartoon Network. It was written by Matthew Maiellaro, Andy Merrill, Khaki Jones, and Keith Crofford.

Stand-up comedian Judy Tenuta swoons Space Ghost with her love songs about him, then seems rather bored with the dissident, Dr. Timothy Leary, and gets hungry for tacos when he's reminded of an interview with young up and coming actress, Ashley Judd.

Detailed summary

Memorable quotes

Judy: Space Ghost, you must remember one thing! Friends are just enemies who don't have the guts to kill you!


Space Ghost: She digs me!


Space Ghost: Greetings, Ashley. We're hungry, would you like to run out and get us some tacos?
Ashley: Not particularly.
Space Ghost: Well, could you whip us up some?
Ashley: I can bake really good chocolate pies.
Space Ghost: Tacos, Ashley, tacos. You know, Mexican? We're out of here. You're welcome to join us at the taco bonito.
Ashley: I can bake really good chocolate pies.

Characters

Legend
Character debut Speaking debut Ep. debut No lines Mentioned

In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Space Ghost George Lowe
Zorak C. Martin Croker
Judy Tenuta Herself
Rue McClanahan
Cher
Roseanne Barr
Siegfried & Roy
Moltar C. Martin Croker
Mr. Landis (voice only) Unavailable
Timothy Leary Himself
Richard Nixon
Ashley Judd Herself


Organizations

Locations

Objects

  • Judy's accordion

Vehicles

  • None

Production

Development

Despite airing as the third episode, this was the first to produce.

Filming

It was copyrighted in 1994.

Music

The score was composed by Sony Sharrock and Eddie Horst, the latter of whom was also the musical director. The musicians were Sharrock, Lance Carter, Horst, and Alfrieda Gerald.

Release

Dates are in order of release:

  • United States: May 6, 1994 on Cartoon Network

Behind the scenes

  • The episode title is in reference to when Moltar and Zorak ditch Space Ghost, riding in an elevator with Jack Benny.
  • Rue McClanahan starred in the sitcom The Golden Girls, which Zorak misremembers there to be an episode where the main characters all ate contaminated Geritol and died.

Errors

Everlasting influence

  • Moltar accidentally puts up Judy due to a fault in "$20.01."

Critical reception

In other languages

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Home availability

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