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Space Ghost and Dino Boy (TV)

It's in the fine print, but the real Kendall Shiflett, killed in a single-vehicle car accident in which our Kendall was at the wheel, was a big fan — so much so that she made ceramic figurines of the villains. The cartoon was fairly short-lived, only two seasons, but the characters and universe in which they existed evolved into comic books, guest spots on other cartoons, and eventually into a parody chat show called Space Ghost Coast to Coast.

2.19 "Nevermind the Buttocks"

"Wait. I just remembered. I turned on Space Ghost."

Thaddeus "Space Ghost" Ghostal is a spectre of many talents. First appearing on the scene way back in 1966, he was the star of an animated television series, Space Ghost and Dino Boy, detailing his career as a superhero. Like all good heroes, he retired to the quiet life, only to return triumphantly to television in 1994. Hardly aged a day, Space Ghost hosted the lauded and lyrically titled late night talk show, Space Ghost Coast to Coast. Though the program is currently only shown on television in reruns, SGC2C remains in the hearts and minds of drunken college students everywhere.

3.12 "There's Got To Be A Morning After Pill"
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