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Premiere date: March 31, 1995
Run time: 12:48
Music composed by: Sonny Sharrock
Eddie Horst
Writers: Spike Feresten
Steve O'Donnell
Animation directors: C. Martin Croker
Chris Harmon
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"Hungry" is the fourth episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast season two, and the fourteenth overall. It aired on March 31, 1995 on Cartoon Network. It was written by Spike Feresten and Steve O'Donnell.

Hunger strikes for pizza during Space Ghost's interviews with the "real" Lassie, and R.E.M.'s frontman Michael Stipe.

Detailed summary

Memorable quotes

Space Ghost: Hi, Ray. So, what do you want to be when you grow up?
Raymond: Locust of the pocalypse.
Space Ghost: Isn't that cute? He can't say apocalypse.

Space Ghost: Zorak, where your nephew?
Zorak: Who? Oh. I devoured him.
Space Ghost: That's barbaric! Is there any left?
Zorak: Um. No.


Character debut Speaking debut Ep. debut No lines Mentioned

In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Space Ghost George Lowe
Zorak C. Martin Croker
Raymond C. Martin Croker
Moltar C. Martin Croker
Mujibur Raham Himself
Sirajul Islam Himself
David Letterman
Sal Dennis Mehiel
Mookie Brian Welch
Lassie Herself
Old Man Tibby
Jumbles (voice only) Unavailable
Michael Stipe Himself




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It was copyrighted in 1995.


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


Dates are in order of release:

  • United States: March 31, 1995 on Cartoon Network

Behind the scenes

  • At the end of the credits when the Cartoon Network logo appears, Space Ghost says "Good night, my little Nanny, wherever you are," followed by Drescher's laugh.
  • When Zorak says "Objection," Raymond tries saying the word, but mistakingly says "The Jetsons."
  • laugh throughout the end credits, and when the Cartoon Network logo appears, Space Ghost says, "That's a good Jumbles" and to Moltar, "Feeling better now?" with Moltar's response, "Yeah."


Everlasting influence

  • Zorak apologizes to Raymond's parents for eating him in "Jerk."

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