- List of The Real Ghostbusters episodes
The animated television series The Real Ghostbusters premiered on ABC on September 13, 1986. It continued airing weekly until the series conclusion on October 5, 1991. After the first season aired, the series entered syndication, during which new episodes aired each weekday. Sixty-five episodes aired in syndication before the start of the official second season in 1987. At the start of the third season in 1988, the show was renamed to Slimer! and the Real Ghostbusters and expanded to an hour long time slot, during which the regular thirty-minute episode aired along with a half-hour Slimer sub-series which included two to three short animated segments focused on the character Slimer. At the end of its six season run, 147 episodes had aired, including the syndicated episodes and 13 episodes of Slimer, with multiple episodes airing out of production order.
In 2004, Sony released several bare bones home video episode compilations in the United Kingdom. These compilations were distributed in North American in 2006. Time-Life released the complete series in a single 25-disc box-set collection on November 25, 2008. The discs were packed in five steelbook volumes, housed in a box modeled on the Ghostbuster's firehouse, a design chosen in an fan vote. Beginning the next year the separate volumes were released on their own, first in the United States, then in Australia and finally the United Kingdom.
The Real Ghostbusters
Season 1: 1986
# Title Director Writer Original airdate Production Code 01 "Ghosts Я Us" Len Janson, Chuck Menville September 13, 1986 75002 It's business as usual when the Ghostbuster's nab a family of Class Fives – an irritable dad, a doting mom and a dumb baby. Unfortunately, when Slimer tries to sneak some food without permission, he accidentally ensures that the Class Fives' stay won't even last through the night. The newly freed family are now out for one thing – revenge. Soon enough, Ghosts 'R Us hits the scene and their "successes" make the guys look second-rate at every turn. The Ghostbusters may soon be out of business, but when the ghost family attempts to finish the job, they unleash a force that endangers all of New York City. 02 "Killerwatt" Len Janson, Chuck Menville September 20, 1986 75001 An electric ghost named Killerwatt has taken over the power plant, leaving New York City powerless. 03 "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood" Len Janson, Chuck Menville September 27, 1986 75004 After a week-long lull, the Ghostbusters get a case and to a haunted house, no less. Ray takes the house's occupants – Mrs. Rogers and her pet bird – back to the firehouse for their own safety, while the others inspect the area. A variety of increasingly bizarre happenings do occur and Egon attributes it all to Watt, a powerful demon, disguised as a kindly old lady traps the Ghostbusters in a haunted house while it infiltrates the firehouse and attempts to break open the containment unit. The situation proves worse than they would've imagined, however, as Watt has a bigger plan than a mere haunting. 04 "Slimer, Come Home" J. Michael Straczynski October 4, 1986 75006 After being yelled at by Peter, Slimer runs away and gets mixed up with some very mean Poltergeists. 05 "Troll Bridge" Bruce Reid Schaeffer October 11, 1986 75007 A young Troll leaves his tribe and goes exploring and ends up in New York. While he has a good time, his tribe takes over the bridge and threatens to destroy the city if he isn't returned by sundown. The Ghostbusters have a hard time catching the Troll, but when they do; they can't stand to separate the party animal from the city. Instead, they convince the other Trolls he was turned into a statue when their Proton stream hit him. While the other trolls leave, the Ghostbusters send the young Troll to a friend out of town. 06 "The Boogieman Cometh" Michael Reaves October 18, 1986 75008 Meghan and Kenny Carter are being scared by the Boogieman and go to the Ghostbusters for help. Unfortunately, the children's parents aren't happy when the Ghostbusters barge into their homes in the middle of the night and ask them to leave. They'll have to find another way to face the Boogieman which leads them to a showdown in his realm. 07 "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream" J. Michael Straczynski October 25, 1986 75009 All over New York, people are falling asleep and their dreams are becoming reality. A rogue Sandman has plans to put everyone to sleep so he can rule the world while everyone slumbers. Egon realizes how to beat him, but falls sleep before he can say it. Ray, Peter, and Egon start to fall under his sleep spell one by one until only Winston is left. Knowing that Winston can't stop the Sandman alone, he tries to figure out what Egon had realized, but couldn't say. Winston returns to the fire house where he tells Janine his plan. Janine falls under the Sandman’s spell and falls asleep as Winston is cornered by the Sandman. In Janine's dream, she transforms herself into a Ghostbuster as she hits the Sandman from behind and traps him. 08 "When Halloween Was Forever" J. Michael Straczynski November 1, 1986 75010 Samhain, the spirit of Halloween, is released from his prison as he seeks to make Halloween last forever. Can the Ghostbusters prevent eternal Halloween? 09 "Look Homeward, Ray" Marc Scott Zicree November 8, 1986 75003 For once Ray is asked to be in a parade in his hometown, but his homecoming is far from pleasant when a jealous foe tries to make him look bad by casting ghostly spells. Egon is as serious as ever (at least he isn't possessed again). 010 "Take Two" J. Michael Straczynski November 15, 1986 75011 Get ready for Hollywood's surefire blockbuster about the Ghostbusters. The advisors to the project are the guys themselves, and Slimer joins them on their flight to Hollywood. Tinsel Town may not be ready for the resulting antics, but bigger problems await. The studio turns out to be home to a ghost that demands total peace and quiet, and it has just woken up. Even worse, workers mistake the proton packs for props and place them in storage without the Ghostbusters' knowledge. When the ghost possesses a giant robot prop and begins an attack, the guys find themselves completely defenseless. 011 "Citizen Ghost" J. Michael Straczynski November 22, 1986 75012 Peter tells reporter Cynthia Crawford the story of what happened to the Ghostbusters after they defeated Gozer. They had to deal with a green ghost (which Ray named Slimer) constantly hanging around them and evil ghostly doubles out to get rid of them. 012 "Janine's Genie" Len Janson, Chuck Menville December 6, 1986 75005 Janine accompanies the Ghostbusters on a job and accepts an old lamp as part of the payment. A genie happens to be inside the lamp and he grants her wishes (the first making her the boss and the second making Egon love her). However, the genie is also opening a gateway to let many ghosts enter our world. 013 "Xmas Marks the Spot" J. Michael Straczynski December 13, 1986 75013 On the way back to the fire house on Christmas Eve, the Ghostbusters unknowingly stumble through a portal to the past and into 19th century Britain where they run into Ebenezer Scrooge and capture the three Ghosts of Christmas. The Ghostbusters return to the present and find Christmas destroyed and quickly realize what happened. Without the three Ghosts of Christmas, Scrooge never learned his lesson and destroyed Christmas. Now the Ghostbusters must find the three Ghosts of Christmas, who are lost in the containment grid, and release them to stop Scrooge before the portal to the past closes.
# Title Director Writer Original airdate Production Code 014 "Knock, Knock" J. Michael Straczynski November 6, 1987 76001 A door meant to be opened on doomsday has been inadvertently opened early. The Ghostbusters race to close it before the world really does end. 015 "Station Identification" Marc Scott Zicree December 9, 1987 76002 Ghosts with plans for world domination create a TV station as part of their scheme. 016 "Play Them Ragtime Boos" Michael Reaves, Steve Perry November 26, 1987 76003 A ghostly bayou trumpet player, Malachai, is living--sort of--in the past, and seeks to turn back the clock by playing a haunting rendition of "When the Saints Come Marching In". Can the Ghostbusters, with help from a bewitching bruja woman, fight this time-warping menace? 017 "The Spirit of Aunt Lois" Richard Mueller November 9, 1987 76005 Ray's aunt hires some phony psychic to get rid of ghosts in her house, much to the Ghostbusters' dismay. Instead of helping, though, this phony psychic upsets the ghosts even more. 018 "Sea Fright" Arthur Byron Cover, Lydia Marano November 10, 1987 76004 A pack of pirates won't rest in their grave until they have found their treasure. Boarding a ship of their own, the Ghostbusters try to stop the walking skeletons from ruining the city. 019 "Cry Uncle" Bruce Reid Schaeffer November 12, 1987 76006 It is not suitable for a Spengler to be anything as unscientific as a Ghostbuster, at least in the eyes of Egon's Uncle Cyrus. Egon has to reluctantly go back to Ohio and feed mice at the Spengler Labs, but the Ghostbusters will try anything to convince Uncle Cyrus that there actually are such things as ghosts. 020 "Adventures in Slime and Space" David Gerrold September 15, 1987 76007 One of Egon's contraptions has a bad affect on Slimer, making millions of little versions of the green ghost. 021 "Night Game" Kathryn M. Drennan September 22, 1987 76008 Play ball! Rather grab a bat than a proton gun when an old Indian legend involves Winston in a baseball game of good vs. evil for the fate of one human soul. Question is, which human's soul are they fighting for? 022 "Venkman's Ghost Repellers" Richard Mueller October 20, 1987 76009 Peter's dad sells a product that he claims act as ghost repellent. The Ghostbusters get involved when this product gets a ship trapped in the New Jersey Parallelogram. 023 "The Old College Spirit" John Shirley November 27, 1987 76010 Peter's college fraternity ask for help from the Ghostbusters to bust the ghosts on campus. 024 "Ain't NASA-Sarily So" Craig Miller, Mark Nelson November 17, 1987 76011 The crew of a space platform calls the Ghostbusters for assistance in ridding them of a ghost - a crew that oddly resembles that of another spacecraft on a five-year mission! 025 "Who're You Calling Two-Dimensional?" J. Michael Straczynski September 24, 1987 76012 Strange noises emanating from the room that legendary animator, Walt Fleishman, use to animate his characters until his disappearance in the 1940's prompts an old lady working at the studio to contact the Ghostbusters. So, The Ghostbusters enter a cartoon world where they meet the one and only Dopey Dog. 026 "A Fright at the Opera" Mark Edward Edens October 26, 1987 76013 The Ghostbusters confront Valkyrie ghosts that have been terrorizing an opera. 027 "Doctor, Doctor" J. Michael Straczynski October 13, 1987 76014 The Ghostbusters have to go to the hospital after a job at a chemical plant. They have some kind of strange substance stuck on them, but there's more to it than meets the eye. 028 "Ghost Busted" Michael Reaves October 22, 1987 76015 Dry season of Ghostbusting - what'cha gonna do about it? Turn into the Crimebusters, of course! Our guys adjust their proton guns and go on a hunt for criminals. But when Janine is held hostage by Crimelord, they realize it is too dangerous and they rather wanna be Ghostbusters - phew! 029 "Beneath These Streets" Richard Mueller, Daniel Pitlik November 25, 1987 76016 Ray goes into the sewer to find out what's causing earthquakes and heat waves in the city. 030 "Boo-Dunit" Dennys McCoy, Pamela Hickey October 30, 1987 76017 As ghosts are acting out an incomplete mystery, Winston is in charge with finishing and solving it. 031 "Chicken, He Clucked" J. Michael Straczynski October 19, 1987 76018 A chicken-phobic man makes a deal with the devil for all chickens in the world to disappear. 032 "Ragnarok and Roll" J. Michael Straczynski September 16, 1987 76019
Abandoned by his girlfriend, a lonely man joins the forces of evil as he uses a magical flute to bring about the end of the worldin Norse Mythology.
033 "Don't Forget the Motor City" Dennys McCoy, Pamela Hickey December 3, 1987 76020 When Peter gets new car, it suddenly blows up. The Ghostbusters are summoned to investigate malfunctioning equipment in a Detroit factory; they discover that gremlins are messing with the equipment. 034 "Banshee Bake a Cherry Pie?" Pamela Hickey, Dennys McCoy October 28, 1987 76021 Peter's favorite rock-star singer Shanna O' Callahan arrives in New York turns out to be a banshee, an Irish spirit whose voice causes chaos. She is now planning to take over America. When the Ghostbusters are about to confront her, but what can they do when Peter falls under her spell? 035 "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Ghost" Lydia Marano, Arthur Byron Cover October 9, 1987 76022 The Ghostbusters get called to a mansion for a job, but they find one twist after another there. 036 "Hanging By a Thread" William Rotsler, Richard Mueller December 10, 1987 76023 A demon and his minions seek to steal The Fates' shears to control the lives of all mortals. However, the shears fall into the hands of the Ghostbusters first. 037 "You Can't Take It With You" Durnie King, Richard Mueller October 14, 1987 76024 Wishing to take his wealth with him to the afterlife, a wealthy man causes a rupture in the separation between the Human World and the Ghost World. 038 "No One Comes to Lupusville" J. Michael Straczynski October 5, 1987 76025 The Ghostbusters are hired by the mayor of a small secluded village in the woods. As they investigate, it turns out that all of the residents are vampires. One group led by the current mayor, who took over and wishes to come out into the modern world. The other being led by the old mayor, who wishes to keep their existence a secret. As both sides prepare to battle, Winston and Egon free themselves and find the humans inhabitants who originally lived in the village and release them. As the two vampire groups battle, the humans arrive and reveals themselves to be werewolves also wishing to live in secret. The werewolves lived in the village in peace until the vampires came and imprisoned them. The Ghostbusters unite and escape the chaos destroying the dam to the village causing a moat to form and to prevent both the Vampires and Werewolves from leaving. 039 "Drool, the Dog-Faced Goblin" Linda Woolverton October 29, 1987 76026 The Ghostbusters meet Drool, an unamalgamated shapeshifting entity, at a Poconos sideshow. Later it seems the creature has escaped the main tent and is delighting in wreaking havoc and taunting the boys. But, especially when dealing with shapechangers, things are seldom what they seem. 040 "The Man Who Never Reached Home" Kathryn M. Drennan October 12, 1987 76027 In 1887, Simon Queg began to ride home to Providence. He never arrived. One hundred years later, Ray sees him ride by followed by a mysterious figure. The Ghostbusters decide to find out what is happening. It turns out that Queg has spent the past century trying to avoid the figure, and as a result has never been able to get home. Can Peter, Ray, Egon, and Winston help Queg face this strange figure? 041 "The Collect Call of Cathulhu" Michael Reaves October 27, 1987 76028 A satanic cult is trying to bring malevolent god Cathulhu into New York. 042 "Bustman's Holiday" Richard Mueller November 13, 1987 76029 An inheritance will give Ray a Scotland castle and he and the other guys confront a ghost there. 043 "The Headless Motorcyclist" Randy Lofficier November 3, 1987 76030 For generations, the Headless Horseman has been haunting those descended from Ichabod Crane. It's up to the Ghostbusters to put a stop to it. 044 "The Thing in Mrs. Faversham's Attic" J. Michael Straczynski November 4, 1987 76031 For seventy years, ghostly noises have emanated from a woman's attic, so she hires the Ghostbusters to find out what is in there. 045 "Egon on the Rampage" Marc Scott Zicree December 8, 1987 76032 The Ghostbusters seem to have two problems: a newscast at their headquarters and Egon's soul being swapped with a demon's. 046 "Lights! Camera! Haunting!" Marc Scott Zicree December 7, 1987 76033 A movie director gets ghosts to help out in his project and all they want in return is to finish off the Ghostbusters. 047 "The Bird of Kildarby" Craig Miller, Mark Nelson October 6, 1987 76034 The Ghostbusters try to bust some ghosts in a castle in Manhattan, but the ghosts send a monster bird after them. 048 "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" Michael Reaves September 29, 1987 76035 With the Ghostbusters captured by a powerful ghost, it is up to Janine to rescue them. 049 "Apocalypse—What, Now?" Mark Edward Edens, Michael Edens November 18, 1987 76036 A book Peter bought from an auction is opened and allows the Four Horsemen to escape. The Ghostbusters must journey to Greece to acquire a seal before the world ends. 050 "Lost and Foundry" Mark Edward Edens October 16, 1987 76037 Escaping from the Ghostbusters, a ghost flees into some steel beams, possessing them. Thereafter, anything produced from the steel behaves irrationally. 051 "Hard Knight's Day" Steve Perrin, Bruce Reid Schaeffer November 30, 1987 76038 Peter's date takes him to see an ancient tapestry on display. Only thing is, the exhibit's main attraction is a painting of a knight...who comes to life. And Peter's date is a dead ringer for the knight's wife. 052 "Cold Cash and Hot Water" Richard Mueller October 8, 1987 76039 Peter's father, working in Alaska, unearths an Inuit statue that comes to life. 053 "The Scaring of the Green" Michael Edens, Mark Edward Edens November 16, 1987 76040 A police chief requests the Ghostbusters' help in ending a curse by catching a ghost dog. 054 "They Call me MISTER Slimer" J. Michael Straczynski September 18, 1987 76041 Slimer tries to earn money by becoming a bodyguard for a kid that gets pushed around by bullies. 055 "Last Train to Oblivion" Michael Edens, Mark Edward Edens November 24, 1987 76042 Peter becomes trapped on a train with Casey Jones' ghost and it's up to the other guys to save him. 056 "Masquerade" Mark Nelson, Craig Miller December 1, 1987 76043 Bullied boy Kenny Fenderman gets made a junior Ghostbuster. The other kids want him to prove himself by staying overnight in a house believed to be haunted. 057 "Janine's Day Off" Michael Reaves, Steve Perry September 14, 1987 76044 Egon goes with Janine to see her relatives, while Peter, Winston and Ray have to deal with imps at the firehouse. 058 "The Ghostbusters in Paris" Randy Lofficier October 23, 1987 76045 France turns to the Ghostbusters for help when Paris becomes plagued with ghosts. 059 "The Devil in the Deep" J. M. DeMatteis December 4, 1987 76046 It's up to Peter to stop an underwater ghost after Egon, Ray and Winston get swallowed. 060 "Ghost Fight at the O.K. Corral" Mark Edward Edens November 11, 1987 76047 The Ghostbusters visit Tombstone, Arizona where they have a showdown with the spirits of the Earps. 061 "Ghostbuster of the Year" Mark Edward Edens October 1, 1987 76048 A woman hires Peter, Ray, Egon, and Winston to get rid of Hearst Castle from the ghost of publishing mogul Charles Foster Hearst. Whoever catches him will get named Ghostbuster of the Year. It eventually turns out that Hearst's ghost simply wanted his sled, called "Rosebud". 062 "Deadcon I" Mark Edward Edens, Michael Edens December 2, 1987 76049 Ghosts organize a convention at a hotel and the owner gets the Ghostbusters to bust them. 063 "The Cabinet of Calamari" Michael Edens, Mark Edward Edens September 30, 1987 76050 During the Ghostbusters' attempt to catch a ghost, a magician's interference sends Peter through a cabinet into another dimension. 064 "A Ghost Grows in Brooklyn" Michael Edens, Mark Edward Edens November 20, 1987 76051 A ghost evades capture by hiding in a geranium. Janine takes the plant to her apartment, where it grows big enough to take over the city. 065 "The Revenge of Murray the Mantis" Richard Mueller November 2, 1987 76052 He was thought to have been destroyed during the Gozer incident, but now....Thanksgiving takes a turn for the worse when ghosts take over the Murray the Mantis balloon. The Ghostbusters are powerless to stop it, and all hope seems to have vanished, except for one faint beacon of light, a light that may yet shine again and save New York...that light is none other than the mascot of Stay Puft Marshmallows returning from the dead to battle Murray the Mantis! That ghost is......THE STAY PUFT MARSHMALLOW MAN! 066 "Rollerghoster" Richard Mueller September 23, 1987 76053 An amusement park starts up a new ride by the name of Ecto-1. What could go wrong? Well, it's haunted by ghosts of animals. 067 "I Am the City" Richard Mueller November 23, 1987 76054 A Babylonian God known as Marduk and his enemy arrive in the city and the Ghostbusters get caught in the middle to protect the city. 068 "Moaning Stones" Steven Barnes November 5, 1987 76055 Winston gets help from an ancestor in order to stop a demon. 069 "The Long, Long, Long, Etc. Goodbye" Pamela Hickey, Dennys McCoy October 7, 1987 76056 A detective's spirit helps the Ghostbusters to capture a cursed ghost named Blackey. 070 "Buster the Ghost" Robert Loren Fleming, Keith Giffen September 21, 1987 76057 A lonely and confused ghost tries to help the Ghostbusters out by gathering ghosts at the firehouse. 071 "The Devil to Pay" Dennys McCoy, Pamela Hickey November 19, 1987 76058 Winston and Ray go on a game show and a free vacation is the prize. However, the Devil is the host and they're playing for their souls. 072 "Slimer, Is That You?" J. Michael Straczynski September 26, 1987 76059[n 1] Egon and Slimer switch minds--and the timing couldn't be worse, as an egomaniacal ghost wishes to test his wits against the brainy 'buster, and destroy New York if he fails to measure up. 073 "Egon's Ghost" Michael Reaves September 28, 1987 76060 One of Egon's devices throws him slightly out of phase with reality, rendering him, for all intents and purposes, a ghost. Can the Ghostbusters bring him back to this plane of existence before he disappears forever? 074 "Captain Steel Saves the Day" Michael Reaves, Steve Perry September 17, 1987 76061 A comic book is about to get canceled, and so the superhero on whom it focuses escapes the pages and starts fighting crime in New York. Unfortunately, his nemesis also escapes and releases the ghosts from the containment unit. 075 "Victor the Happy Ghost" Michael Reaves October 15, 1987 76062 Peter, Ray, Egon, and Winston decide that a particular ghost is too cute to capture, so they take him under their wing. Once at home, the ghost, whom they name Victor, begins pulling pranks, which everyone pins on Slimer. Then, Slimer discovers that Victor is in fact another malevolent spirit. Noticing that Slimer is onto him, the now menacing Victor ensnares Slimer in the Ghostbusters' trap. It's only when the Ghostbusters take Victor on a case that they discover his true identity. 076 "Egon's Dragon" Kathryn M. Drennan October 2, 1987 76063 After finishing their latest job, the Ghostbusters accidentally wake a large dragon from its sleep. The dragon was created hundreds of years earlier by Zedekiah Spengler (Egon's ancestor) and mistakes Egon for him. 077 "Dairy Farm" Larry DiTillio September 25, 1987 76064 The Ghostbusters hope to get some rest from the world of ghost busting at Ray's cousin's farm, but they are confronted by dead farmers. 078 "The Hole in the Wall Gang" David Gerrold October 21, 1987 76065 Ghosts are emerging from holes found in a house and the bigger the hole, the bigger the ghost.
Season 2: 1987
# Title Director Writer Original airdate Production Code 079 "Baby Spookums" Len Janson, Chuck Menville September 12, 1987 140001
A rip between dimensions allows a small friendly ghost to wander off into New York and Slimer decides to look after it. However, the ghost's parents come looking for their child, but the Ghostbusters do not know that and try to bust them.Of note: Kath Soucie replaces Laura Summer as the voice of Janine Melnitz in the beginning of this season. Dave Coulier replaces Lorenzo Music as the voice of Peter Venkman.
080 "It's a Jungle Out There" Len Janson, Chuck Menville September 19, 1987 140003 A ghost gives animals the ability to talk and interact and uses them to help take over the world. 081 "The Boogeyman Is Back" Michael Reaves October 3, 1987 140007 After an almost deadly fall off the World Trade Center, Egon's fears start to get the better of him. So much so that the Boogeyman manages to tap into his fear and escape from his realm. 082 "Once Upon a Slime" Len Janson, Chuck Menville October 10, 1987 140008 When Slimer hides a book of fairy tales under one of Egon's newest machines, everything in the book comes to life. 083 "The Two Faces of Slimer" Michael Reaves October 17, 1987 140002 An ectoplasmic entity leaks out of the containment unit and it makes Slimer turn into a big ugly monster during his sleep. 084 "Sticky Business" Richard Mueller October 24, 1987 14006 The Ghostbusters release the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from the containment unit to shoot a commercial in exchange for getting $50,000 for a children's hospital. However, during the process of letting Stay Puft out, a phantom escapes as well and seeks revenge against the Ghostbusters. 085 "Halloween II 1/2" Pamela Hickey, Dennys McCoy October 31, 1987 140004 Samhain is back, and he turns the firehouse into his fortress. 086 "Loathe Thy Neighbor" Michael Reaves November 7, 1987 140013 A family asks the Ghostbusters to find out why a bunch of weird stuff is happening in their house. 087 "Big Trouble With Little Slimer" Len Janson, Chuck Menville November 21, 1987 140005 The Ghostbusters' old "pal" and nemesis, Walter J. Peck, ex-EPA hatchet man extrodinaire, is back from the Gozer Incident, and he's trying to raise some trouble with the Ghostbusters again. First he tries to get them arrested for illegal trespassing by calling in a phony ghost alert at a military base in Queens, but after that backfires, Peck joins up with BUFO (Bureau of Unidentified Flying Organisms), and takes Slimer with a court order. After some tests, Peck deems Slimer a hazard case and plans to destroy him with a cyclotron. Will the Ghostbusters be able to save Slimer before it's too late? Let's just say, Slimer's last moments in the cyclotron ain't pretty. 088 "The Copycat" Michael Reaves December 5, 1987 140009 The Ghostbusters have to deal with a shape shifter in their own headquarters. 089 "Camping It Up" Michael Reaves December 12, 1987 140010 The Ghostbusters embark on a camping trip, only to run into (among other things) Big Foot. 090 "The Grundel" J. Michael Straczynski November 14, 1987 140011 A boy named Lee goes to the Ghostbusters for help when his brother, Alec, begins acting strangely and doing bad things. When the guys decide to investigate, Egon learns a Grundel is making Alec do bad things and if something is not done soon, he will become one. 091 "Transylvanian Homesick Blues" Michael Reaves December 11, 1987 140012[n 1] Count Vostak of Boldavia requests the Ghostbusters join him at his castle
Season 3: 1988 Slimer! And The Real Ghostbusters
# Title Director Writer Original airdate Production Code 092 "Flip Side" Tony Marino September 17, 1988 175001
Peter, Egon and Ray are transported to another dimension via a supernatural tornado. They arrive in Boo York and not only do they have to worry about getting home, but also the ghostly Peoplebusters.Note: Intro is now retitled to "Slimer! and The Real Ghostbusters." and Buster Jones replaces Arsenio Hall as the voice of Winston Zeddemore
093 "Poultrygeist" Duane Capizzi, Steven Roberts September 24, 1988 175002 Peter, Ray and Winston get a call from a farmer, who claims to have encountered a giant chicken. They find a giant were-chicken egg and Peter and Slimer bring it back to the firehouse, where it hatches and the were-chicken inside bites Egon, turning him into one. 094 "The Joke's on Ray" Len Janson, Chuck Menville September 10, 1988 175003 Ray and Slimer have been in a joking mood lately, but things are about to get worse when a magical box is opened and releases two imps that like to play deadly practical jokes. 095 "Standing Room Only" Richard Mueller October 8, 1988 175004 It's spring and a hay fever stricken Peter doesn't want to leave the firehouse, so he invents a ghost attractor that will bring the ghosts to them instead. Ghosts do start arriving, but it's not because of Peter's invention. It's because the ghosts are fleeing Mee-Krah, a ghost feeding entity that will destroy New York City if it isn't stopped. 096 "Robo-Buster" Francis Moss October 15, 1988 175005 Janine's rich new boyfriend, Paul Smart, steals a ghost trap and other technology to build a robot catching ghost, Robo-Buster. The Ghostbusters are being driven out of business by Robo-Buster, which seemingly destroys ghosts rather than trapping them. Turns out all those ghosts, including poor Slimer, have been made into one giant ghost because of this and they want revenge. 097 "Short Stuff" Richard Mueller October 22, 1988 175006 The vile Ghostmaster sends his three best bounty hunters to capture the Ghostbusters alive. The first two get busted, but the third shrinks the guys down. While they try to avoid capture, Janine and Slimer try to find a spell to return them to normal size. 098 "Follow That Hearse" Len Janson, Chuck Menville November 12, 1988 175008 As Winston readies Ecto-1 for a car show, the Ghostbusters get called to a dump to stop a very angry ghost. They fail to trap the ghost and think it got away, but it really takes over Ecto-1. 099 "The Brooklyn Triangle" Richard Mueller November 19, 1988 175007 The Ghostbusters have been losing stuff left and right lately and they aren't the only ones. Turns out it's part of a hole that has been opened at Winston father's construction site. When Winston and his dad fall in, Peter and Ray go after them and arrive in the land of lost objects.
Season 4: 1989
# Title Director Writer Original airdate Production Code 100 "Something's Going Around" Len Janson, Chuck Menville September 9, 1989 201001 Peter falls ill, and Louis asks a doctor he met two days ago to come and take a look. It turns out the doctor has sent them potato crisps, which makes people allergic to ghosts, and only Peter has eaten enough of them. The doctor gives them more crisps. The Ghostbusters don't know, but the doctor is a ghost and they have to develop resistance to the allergy. 101 "Three Men and an Egon" Joe S. Landon September 16, 1989 201002 A confrontation with a giant clock monster causes Egon to become younger and younger. 102 "Elementary My Dear Winston" Richard Mueller September 23, 1989 201003 The legendary and apparently ghostly Sherlock Holmes and Watson arrive in New York to find Moriarty. When Watson gets captured, Sherlock Holmes selects Winston to help him. Moriarty seeks to absorb all the ghosts in the containment unit. 103 "If I Were a Witch Man" Charles Kaufman September 30, 1989 201004 The Ghostbusters are called to stop a witch that has been terrorizing the town of Lewiston. She wants revenge against the descendants of those who imprisoned her three hundred years ago, which includes Egon. 104 "Partners in Slime" Richard Mueller October 7, 1989 201005 A year after the Ghostbusters defeated Vigo the Carpathian, a ghost named Poso kidnaps Janine and Louis to force the Ghostbusters to hand over their business. The Ghostbusters get help from a recently captured ghost, Shifter, to find out why Poso wants their business and where to find him. Covered in mood slime, Peter goes to the Ghost Town because Louis and Janine were kidnapped by Poso. 105 "Future Tense" Richard Mueller October 14, 1989 201006 The Ghostbusters get a new TV as payment for a job. When Ray stays up to watch television, he sees into the Ghostbusters' future. The others don't believe him at first, but Ray is quickly proved right and the next vision shows them their deaths. 106 "Jailbusters" Len Janson, Chuck Menville October 21, 1989 201007 The Ghostbusters are tricked into letting their guard down and get captured by ghosts. They're charged with crimes against ghosts and stand trial. It's up to Janine, Louis and Slimer to save them from a horrible punishment. 107 "The Ghostbusters Live! from Al Capone's Tomb!" J. Michael Straczynski October 28, 1989 201008 The Ghostbusters are on live tv at the tomb of Al Capone where his ghost is supposed to appear at midnight. Something does happen and the guys get transported to the other side, getting involved with Al Capone and supernatural criminals. 108A[n 2] "Trading Faces" Len Janson, Chuck Menville November 18, 1989 201009 A bad look-a-like of Slimer on the run arrives in the firehouse via a mirror and sends Louis and the real Slimer through to the Ghost World. 108B "Transcendental Tourists" Len Janson, Chuck Menville November 18, 1989 201010 A family of ghosts on vacation work to remove those they believe are interrupting their peace and quiet, including Peter, Winston and Slimer. 109A "Surely You Joust" Tony Marino November 25, 1989 201011 The Ghostbusters become involved in the world of knights and dragons to free a captured Janine. 109B "Kitty-Cornered" Pamela Hickey, Dennys McCoy November 25, 1989 201012 Slimer finds a cat that can make all of his dreams come true. 110A "Slimer's Curse" Richard Mueller December 2, 1989 201013 Slimer wins the lottery, only to find his winnings have been cursed. 110B "Til Death Do Us Part" Pat Allee, Ben Hurst December 2, 1989 201014 The Ghostbusters get a temp (who turns out to be a ghost) and she decides Egon would make a great husband. 111A "It's About Time" Len Janson, Chuck Menville December 9, 1989 201015 The firehouse is going to be torn to make way for a new express way, but that's the least of the Ghostbusters' problems. The guys and Slimer get sent back to 1959 due to a trap accident. They have to find a way back and fight ghosts without their equipment. 111B "The Ransom of Greenspud" Stan Phillips December 9, 1989 201016 A trio of ghosts abduct Slimer and will keep him unless the Ghostbusters agree to free a ghost named Spiderlegs. 112A "Revenge of the Ghostmaster" Richard Mueller December 16, 1989 201017 The Ghostmaster is back and casts a spell on the Ghostbusters that causes all electronic equipment near them to shut off, including their proton packs and traps. 112B "Loose Screws" Pat Allee, Ben Hurst December 16, 1989 201018 Slimer breaks a trap and doesn't completely fix it before the guys use it on a job. Now the essence inside starts to leak out and make inanimate objects come alive. 113A "Venk-Man!" Richard Mueller November 11, 1989 201019 Peter becomes something of a super hero, but it won't last long. 113B "Slimer Streak" Pamela Hickey, Dennys McCoy December 23, 1989 201020 Stuck on a train, the Ghostbusters have to play games to bring it to a halt. 114 "The Halloween Door" J. Michael Straczynski October 29, 1989 75002[n 3] The Ghostbusters are confronted by Crowley and his group, who want their help in ending Halloween. The guys turn him down, but one of their PKE meters is stolen and used by Crowley to accomplish his goal. Unfortunately, all he does is break a deal, opening our world to numerous ghosts - including the huge, rampaging Boogaloo - and giving the Ghostbusters a lot to handle on Halloween night.
Season 5: 1990
# Title Director Writer Original airdate Production Code 115 "Russian About" J. Michael Straczynski October 27, 1990 140-501 During a trip to Russia, the Ghostbusters have to face an old demon being revived by a cult. 116 "The Haunting of Heck House" J. Michael Straczynski September 29, 1990 140-502 Kids are visiting the firehouse and Peter tells the story behind an old souvenir. The Ghostbusters had an opportunity to get millions of dollar so long as they stayed in a haunted house for one night. One condition though: no proton packs. 117 "You Can't Teach an Old Demon New Tricks" Larry DiTillio September 15, 1990 140-503 A cabinet sends the Ghostbusters to another dimension and encounter a demon interested in learning magic tricks. 118 "Janine, You've Changed" J. Michael Straczynski September 8, 1990 140-504 Looking through a photo album causes the Ghostbusters and Slimer to realize Janine has gone through numerous changes over the years. Some investigating shows that a supernatural force disguised as a fairy godmother is the cause of it. 119 "Mean Green Teen Machine" Jules Dennis October 6, 1990 140-505 The Ghostbusters' take a turn for the worst when they're invaded by a trio of ghosts. 120 "Spacebusters" Len Janson, Chuck Menville October 13, 1990 140-506 Winston gets the chance of a lifetime when gets to up on a space station. Unfortunately, there's a nasty ghost up there absorbing the life force of anyone it can find. It'll take Winston and the other Ghostbusters to save the station. 121 "Guess What's Coming to Dinner" Jules Dennis November 24, 1990 140-507 The Ghostbusters and Slimer return home from vacation to find a ghost family has moved in. Getting rid of them won't be easy since they threw away the Ghostbusters' proton packs. And things quickly get worse when the ghosts fiddle with the Containment Unit and set it to selfdestruct. 122 "Very Beast Friends" Gordon Bressack December 8, 1990 140-508 Sumerian gods Anshar and Kishar are waging their millennial fight. As gods, they are immortal, and thus neither can ever defeat the other. They decide to transfer themselves to mortal bodies. As it happens, the Ghostbusters are going sailing that day. The strong winds created by Anshar and Kishar blow the boat off course and strand the men on the island created by the gods. Peter is angry at Ray for getting them stranded, and Ray returns the anger. Every time that they start arguing, they mutate into the gods, getting bigger and meaner each successive time. 123 "Ghostworld" Len Janson, Chuck Menville September 22, 1990 140-509 A ghost uses an amusement park called Ghost World as a way to gain control over the Ghostbusters. With everyone else under his power, only a sick Egon is capable of stopping him. 124 "Afterlife in the Fast Lane" Tony Marino November 17, 1990 140-510 The Ghostbusters and Slimer compete with each other in a race in win money for a charity. Unfortunately, a ghost tricks them into entering the Netherworld during the race and getting out won't be easy. 125 "The Slob" Pamela Hickey, Dennys McCoy November 3, 1990 140-511 After once again failing to capture Slimer, Professor Dweeb reaches an agreement with a ghost known as the Glob. The Glob will catch Slimer for Professor Dweeb and Dweeb will set the captured Sleaze free. 126 "Busters in Toyland" Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley December 15, 1990 140-512 The firehouse is the scene for a birthday party for Louis' nephew, Lawrence. Louis wants to get him a good gift, but he inadvertently buys three toys possessed by ghosts. They take Lawrence to Toyland and the Ghostbusters have to rescue him. 127 "My Left Fang" Sean Roche October 20, 1990 140-513 The Ghosbusters and Slimer arrive in German town and get an unusual request from the locals: to save ghosts. Turns out the local ghosts have been threatened by a creature that feeds on them. 128 "Stay Tooned" Len Janson, Chuck Menville December 1, 1990 140-514 Ray and Slimer try to fix the tv so they can continue watching The Sammy K. Ferret Show, but a freak accident occurs and brings the title character into the real world. The Ghostbusters have to deal with them as Sammy's cartoon antics become all too real and dangerous. 129 "The Magnificent Five" Sean Roche December 22, 1990 140-516 The Ghostbusters have a ghostly showdown with Black Bart in a Texan town. 130 "Deja Boo[n 4]" Chuck Menville
November 10, 1990 140-517 Professor Dweeb uses a machine to see Slimer's past adventures with the Ghostbusters.
Season 6: 1991
# Title Director Writer Original airdate Production Code 131 "The Treasure of Sierra Tamale" Jules Dennis, Richard Mueller September 14, 1991 140-603 Peter's scheming dad is back with a plan to get rich by finding a treasure in Mexico. The others take a pass, but Ray and Slimer join him on the exciting and dangerous adventure. 132 "Not Now, Slimer!" Len Janson, Chuck Menville September 21, 1991 140-602 After getting yelled at by Peter for causing too many interruptions, Slimer has to contend with the ever persistent Professor Dweeb by himself. Meanwhile, the Ghostbusters have to deal with a squid ghost created by the anger of the ghosts in the containment unit. 133 "Attack of the B-Movie Monsters" Jules Dennis, Richard Mueller September 28, 1991 140-605 The Ghostbusters and Slimer arrive in Tokyo, Japan to battle ghosts that resemble Japanese movie monsters. 134 "20,000 Leagues Under the Street" Jules Dennis, Richard Mueller October 5, 1991 140-601 New York City suffers an earthquake and giant insects. Peter is taken underground by the giant insects and meets their master, who plans to sacrifice him and destroy humanity. Only the Ghostbusters can stop him.
Slimer sub-series: 1988-1989
# Title Director Writer Original airdate 01 "Doctor Dweeb, I Presume [n 5]" September 10, 1988 Slimer goes to the doctor's with Janine. When he smells food, he goes on an adventure through the hospital. As usual, Professor Dweeb is there to catch him. Slimer must avoid Professor Dweeb and be back before Janine gets out of the doctor's office. 02 "Nothing to Sneeze At" September 17, 1988 With the Ghostbusters sick, and resting in their beds upstairs, Slimer is left in charge of the firehouse -- which means dealing with a hungry, noise-making Manx. 03 "A Mouse in the House" September 24, 1988 Manx chases a mouse around the firehouse, causing all kinds of havoc -- which Slimer gets blamed for. 04 "Quickslimer Messenger Service" October 1, 1988 In need of money to buy ice cream, Slimer takes a job as a messenger for Rudy's Messenger Service. Professor Dweeb, seeing his opportunity to catch Slimer, calls Rudy's service and tells him he has some packages to be delivered. Slimer is soon on his way to the addresses, where Professor Dweeb has really laid out various traps to catch him. 05 "Cruisin' for a Bruisin'" October 8, 1988 Mr. Grout hires Bruiser to make Fred stay in his hotel room. However, Slimer tries to outsmart Bruiser, so he can get Fred to the Ghostbusters barbecue. 06 "Slimer for Hire" October 15, 1988 Slimer gets jobs working at the Ritz Cafe and walking dogs for Rudy. However Dweeb is after him with a Slime Sucking Machine. 07 "Special Delivery" November 22, 1988 Luigi asks Slimer to deliver a lavish spread for a party being held at Rafael's house, but Manx desires the food. 08 "Go-pher It" October 29, 1988 While doing some gardening work, Slimer must contend with a tulip-hungry gopher. 09 "Cash or Slime" November 5, 1988 Slimer goes to the department store to buy Chilly a gift for her birthday, but he has to deal with security guard dog Bruiser. 10 "Monkey See, Monkey Don't" November 12, 1988 Slimer has a run in with the cops! 11 "Pigeon-Cooped" November 19, 1988 Slimer teaches a pigeon how to fly, all the while trying to keep it out of Manx's clutches. 12 "Slimer's Silly Symphony" November 26, 1988 After going to a symphony with Slimer, Egon decides to give him a conductor's baton. This inspires Slimer to start (and conduct) his own symphony, with a little help from his friends. But Professor Dweeb crashes the party and makes things a little "bouncy" for Slimer. 13 "Space Case [n 6]" December 3, 1988 Slimer gives a vacationing space alien a tour of the city. 14 "Room at the Top" December 10, 1988 All Slimer wants is quiet, so he can read his new comic book. But with Peter snoring and Egon doing some experiments, the Firehouse is way too noisy for some relaxing reading. What's a ghost to do? Slimer decides to build himself a little shack on the Firehouse roof, so he can have all the quiet he wants. But unfortunately, that orange cat, Manx, is going to complicate things a bit. 15 "The Not-So-Great Outdoors" December 17, 1988 While on a camping trip, Slimer and Chilly encounter some mischief-loving rabbits. 16 "Dr. Strangedog" December 24, 1988 Slimer receives a "Super Duper Spy Kit" from a cereal company. He goes out for trouble ... and finds it. He overhears a mad scientist dog through a storm drain. Dr. Strangedog plans to turn humans into dog's servants. Slimer must stop him but a huge guard dog stands in his way. 17 "Class Clown" December 31, 1988 When Donald loses some scripts, Slimer flies to his school to give them back to him ... but not after having a few encounters with Mrs. Stone, the school's tough guard. 18 "Movie Madness" January 7, 1989 Slimer helps Bud clean the movie theater to get in to his favorite movie for free. It's all but a pleasant monster movie -- there's gummed up seats, Professor Dweeb, and the movie monster. 19 "Little Green Sliming Hood" January 14, 1989 To stop Slimer from watching TV before bed, Peter convinces him to listen to the story of Little Red Riding Hood. Slimer imagines himself as Little Green Sliming Hood with his friends in the story. Professor Dweeb is the scientific Big Bad Wolf & Elizabeth is the Little Bad Wolf, Chilly as the hippest grandma, and Peter as the Hunter. 20 "Rainy Day Slimer" January 28, 1989 Since Slimer can't go to the amusement park because it's raining outside, he draws pictures of the amusement park and enters them to have a pretend visit to the park. 21 "Tea but not Sympathy" February 4, 1989 Manx fakes being sick, and Slimer has to baby-sit him as he causes havoc around the firehouse. 22 "Dog Days" February 11, 1989 Slimer helps Fred pass obedience school. 23 "Up Close and Too Personal" February 18, 1989 Slimer uses his video camera to capture Manx in some rather embarrassing moments, much to Manx's dismay. When Slimer uses his camera to film a commercial for Luigi, that's when Manx gets his revenge. 24 "Slimer & the Beanstalk" February 25, 1989 As Peter reads Slimer the bedtime story of Jack & The Beanstalk, Slimer imagines himself and his friends in the story. 25 "Show Dog Showdown" March 4, 1989 Slimer and Fred enter a dog show in an effort to win food, competing against Dweeb and Elizabeth. 26 "Sticky Fingers" March 11, 1989 At the firehouse Slimer attempts to wallpaper the kitchen in an effort to please the Ghostbusters, but Dweeb and Elizabeth are intent on stopping and capturing him. 27 "Unidentified Sliming Object" March 18, 1989 Two spacemen mistaking Slimer for a typical earthling capture him and take him to their home! 28 "Don't Tease the Sleaze" March 25, 1989 The Ghostbusters trap a foul smelling, obnoxious ghost called "The Sleaze." Not heeding to Ray's warning, Slimer accidentally lets The Sleaze out of the Containment Unit. Knowing the Ghostbusters will be back from a call, Slimer MUST get the Sleaze back into the Containment Unit before they return. With the help of the Junior Ghostbusters, Slimer tries various schemes, including dressing as a woman, in order to try to recapture the Sleaze. 29 "Out with Grout" March 25, 1989 In an effort to stop Mr. Grout from bossing them around, Slimer and Bud get him a job at the Uptown Hotel. However, when Professor Dweeb becomes the new manager of the Hotel Sedgewick, Slimer and Bud do everything they can to get Mr. Grout back. 30 "Scareface" April 1, 1989 Ghosts are partying on the 13th floor of Hotel Sedgewick. The party "dies" when two gangster-like ghosts, who work for Scareface, appear. Slimer tries pretending to be Scareface to get rid of the two -- until the real Scareface arrives. 31 "The Dirty Half-Dozen" April 1, 1989 Ghoullem and Zugg, the ghost gangsters from "Scareface", return from the South Pole to get revenge on Slimer. They put the Ghostbusters to sleep with a sleep-walking potion, and Slimer is the only one who can rescue them (which is just what Ghoullem and Zugg want). However, Slimer doesn't go unprepared, as he gets all his friends to help him. 32 "Sweet Revenge" April 8, 1989 While Slimer is out trick-or-treating, Professor Dweeb (who dressed up in a Slimer costume) has to deal with Slimer's chores and some ghosts who want revenge on Slimer.
- ^ a b "Slimer, Is That You" was written for the syndicated season but produced and aired in the 2nd network season. "Transylvania Homesick Blues" was written for the 2nd network season and switched places during production with "Slimer, Is That You", airing in syndication and resulting in the use of Season One character designs.
- ^ After the airing of the prime time special, The Halloween Door, episode 114, the rest of season 4's episodes were 15-minute episodes, aired in pairs.
- ^ Episode 114 first aired as a prime-time special.
- ^ "Deja Boo" aired in both hour long and half-hour long versions. Both versions tell the same story. The half-hour version contains flashbacks from "The Copycat", "Halloween II 1/2" and "Sticky Business." In the hour version, flashbacks from "The Two Faces of Slimer" are also shown.
- ^ Each episode of Slimer consisted of 2-3 named segments. As they were aired with an episode of The Real Ghostbusters episodes , they have the same airdates as the episodes they aired with, and do not have separate production codes.
- ^ Episode 13 of Slimer is a combination of the original pilot for the series, shortened to the Slimer format, and the first segment of episode 2 with a different title card.
- ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab (Booklet) The Real Ghostbusters Complete Collection (Liner notes). Fairfax, Virginia: Direct Holdings Americas, CPT Holdings. 80083-Z.
- ^ Lambert, David (2008-07-25). "The Real Ghostbusters - Formal Press Release from Time Time for their Exclusive Complete Series Package". TVShowsOnDVD.com. http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Real-Ghostbusters-The-Complete-Series/10151. Retrieved 2009-03-04.
- ^ Lambert, David (2008-11-02). "The Real Ghostbusters - Small Date Change for Time Life's Complete Series Set is Made Up by FedEx Shipping". TVShowsOnDVD.com. http://tvshowsondvd.com/news/Real-Ghostbusters-Complete-Series-Date-Change/10845. Retrieved 2009-03-04.
- ^ Lacey, Gord (2008-08-11). "The Real Ghostbusters - Cover Art 'Winner' Plus Release Date Update". TVShowsOnDVD.com. http://tvshowsondvd.com/news/Real-Ghostbusters-Package-Details/10296. Retrieved 2009-03-04.
- ^ US Copyright Office, official registered airdate
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