Fire Drill

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Fire Drill
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Premiere date: June 21, 1995
Run time: 13:07
Music composed by: Sonny Sharrock
Eddie Horst
Writers: David Greenberger
Matthew Maiellaro
Animation directors: C. Martin Croker
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"Fire Drill" is the fifth episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast season two, and the fifteenth overall. It aired on June 21, 1995 on Cartoon Network. It was written by David Greenberger and Matthew Maiellaro.

Space Ghost wants to know what singer David Byrne likes on his salad, then wants to know about the feud between another singer Donny Osmond has with Danny Bonaduce.

Detailed summary

Memorable quotes

Moltar: Monogamy's where it's at in the nineties.


Donny: Oh, I didn't know Zorak was a singer.
Zorak: Zorak is many things.

Characters

Legend
Character debut Speaking debut Ep. debut No lines Mentioned

In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Space Ghost George Lowe
Donny Osmond Himself
Zorak C. Martin Croker
Moltar C. Martin Croker
David Byrne Himself
Moses
Marie Osmond
Danny Bonaduce


Locations

Objects

  • None

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Production

Development

Filming

Osmond was filmed in Chicago, while Byrne was filmed in New York. Bryne's reactions were legitimately awkward, while Osmond was just uncomfortable to be there.

It was copyrighted in 1995.

Music

The music was composed by Sonny Sharrock and Eddie Horst, with backing vocals from Alfrieda Gerald. The musicians were Sharrock, Lance Carter, and Horst.

Release

Dates are in order of release:

  • United States: June 21, 1995 on Cartoon Network

Behind the scenes

Errors

Everlasting influence

Space Ghost appeared from behind his desk on the November 15, 1998 episode of the daytime talk show Donny & Marie, to plug the CD Space Ghost's Surf & Turf, with songs that actually come from the spin-off series Cartoon Planet. When Donny asked Space Ghost if he had a favorite interview, he coldly responded it wasn't with him.

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