Adult Swim classic "Space Ghost Coast to Coast" episodes now free to stream in its entirety
On September 18th, just recently, C. Martin Croker died at 54. This man was, amongst other things, one of the main voice actors for cult classic Adult Swim show Space Ghost Coast to Coast. Though most people I’ve talked to have rarely heard of this iconic program, being as old as it is, yet many underestimate its far-reaching influence. Inspiring many progenitors such as Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Brak Show, and even Eric Andre uses many elements of its interview style for his own hit show.
Though I could harp on about the legacy of this show, these segments are meant to be brief, so I shall keep it short and somewhat sweetened. Basically, as of now, you can watch the majority of the episodes of this legendary show for free at Adult Swim’s site here. And rest assured it comes with the highest recommendation to anybody remotely a fan of Adult Swim. (As an added bonus, to really sell you, the show features some incredible guest spots with Thom Yorke, Björk, David Byrne, and many others).
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