|Premiere date:||May 22, 1996|
|Music composed by:||Sony Sharrock|
|Animation directors:||C. Martin Croker|
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An ubergeek named Commander Andy hijacks Space Ghost's feed to make demands while he interviews yodeling musician, Wylie Gustafson, and comedic singer Bill Manspeaker in a spider-like monster costume.
In order of appearance:
- Ghost Planet
- Power bands
- Apple Jacks (mentioned)
- Phantom Cruiser (mentioned)
It was copyrighted in 1996.
Dates are in order of release:
- United States: May 22, 1996 on Cartoon Network
Behind the scenes
- Commander Andy's room is full of Stark Trek posters which include Captain Kirk, Captain Picard, and the original Enterprise, as well as a poster of Mulder and Scully from the TV series The X-Files.
- He makes references to travel jargon like "Warp Factor 9," the Vulcan hello/goodbye, the Romulans, the Prime Directive, and the Vulcan nerve pinch.
- He pretends to be on a phone call with Scully and mentions the Cigarette Man.
- Commander Any asks Zorak for some gum, which is a reference to "Gum, Disease," although Zorak was asking Brandon Marsalis for gum.
- Space Ghost brings up the TV series Hee Haw, leading Zorak holds a sign with the number "BR-549" written on it in reference to a skit performed by Junior Samples.
- Like a true geek, Commander Andy refers to the "Banjo" episode as "Episode 6" first. Space Ghost corrects him and says it was episode 7, which is technically true, but it just aired as the sixth.
- Max Headroom pops up on Moltar's monitor when Commander Andy scrambles it.
- Commander Andy refers to Space Ghost as "Space Man" and "Space Master" copying Russell Johnson in "Gilligan."
- Craig McCraken in his swimwear was from "President's Day Nightmare."
- There clip of Tom Roche was from his interview with WAGA-TV Atlanta, even coming with the mistake of calling him Tim Roche over the screen.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrQXLdYtZKg
- Judy's interview occurred in "Elevator."
- Commander Andy wants a toy replica of the Phantom Cruiser, but not the "crappy Eighties version" which appeared in Space Stars.
- Commander Andy expresses his disappointment of "Story Book House" rehashing of "Banjo" and "Batmantis" into one episode.
- When Space Ghost says "For the love of Don Bohannan," he's referring to the cameraman.
- An audio clip of Commander Andy saying "Oh, oh, oh, just one more thing" is reused during Cartoon Network's logo in the end credits.
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