Spanish Translation is the first SGC2C episode in broadcast order. Though in reality, "Elevator" is actually the first because it was produced first. This episode aired April 15, 1994.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
After admitting his fondness for Mexican food, Space Ghost asks diet guru Susan Powter what super powers help "stop the insanity." Comedian Kevin Meaney and Space Ghost discuss the virtues of wearing tight pants and the Bee Gees stop by for a short, bizarre, visit. Spanish translation of some of the dialogue is interspersed throughout the show for no apparent reason.
Plot:[edit | edit source]
Ghost Planet Industries is coming closer to the moon, and will crash into it if Space Ghost can't find a way to fix it. Space Ghost interviews Susan Powter hoping she will have advice for his problem. The two of them find that they have a lot of common. Meanwhile Brak and Sisto (Brak) are trying to watch the show, but the show keeps getting interrupted with the problem Space Ghost has. When the show is not on the air they have a commercial for a music CD that has Zorak and Moltar in it that costs over $100.00.
Characters/Cast:[edit | edit source]
- Space Ghost (George Lowe)
- Zorak (C. Martin Croker)
- Moltar (C. Martin Croker)
- Brak (C. Martin Croker)
- Sisto (C. Martin Croker)
- Spanish Translater (Cecilia Maza)
- Male CD Commercial Announcer (Andy Merrill)
- Female CD Commercial Announcer (Khaki Jones)
Guest stars:[edit | edit source]
- Barry Gibb
- Maurice Gibb
- Robin Gibb
- Kevin Meaney
- Susan Powter
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This is the first appearance of Brak and the only appearance of Sisto. The two are a parody of Beavis and Butt-Head in this episode.
- When Zorak calls Space Ghost an idiot, he does an impression of Ren Hoëk, one of the two main characters on Nickelodeon's Ren and Stimpy Show.
- Also, Space Ghost shouts "D'oh!", which is Homer Simpson's famous catchphrase.