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[[caption-width-right:343:[[WhoYouGonnaCall Whom should you telegraph?]]]]'''The League of S.T.E.A.M.''' (Supernatural and Troublesome Ectoplasmic Apparition Management), a.k.a. the "Steampunk Ghostbusters", are a Southern Californian performance art troupe popular in the {{steampunk}} community and specializing in live interactive themed entertainment.

The League is loosely modeled after the 1984 film ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', translating the idea of a "paranormal pest control service" into a neo-Victorian steampunk setting. The four main members of the League have created backpacks reminiscent of the Ghostbusters' backpacks, each allegedly performing some necessary paranormal investigative function. They are known for these and other creative steampunk "inventions" (functional props), and have also been written about and interviewed as leading examples of steampunk style.

They also produce a popular web series, ''The Adventures of the League of STEAM'', that has featured guest stars including ''Series/MythBusters''' Grant Imahara and Doug Jones (''PansLabyrinth'', ''Film/{{Hellboy}}'', ''Film/FantasticFour 2''). The series chronicles the League on various comic adventures where they attempt to locate, capture or neutralize supernatural creatures.
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!!'''''The League of S.T.E.A.M.'' provides examples of:'''

* ActionGirl: Lady Potts, Katherine Blackmoore, The Russian.
* AlienBlood: When the leprechaun in "Fool's Gold" is dispatched, he turns into a pile of green goo.
** [[spoiler: Which then begins to reform, Film/{{Terminator}}-style...]]
* AllTrollsAreDifferent: The troll in "Big Trouble" is of the big, dumb, lumbering kind. Also rather blind.
* ArtifactOfDoom: In "Curses!", the team have a cursed artifact appraised, in a curio shop run by [[Series/{{Mythbusters}} Grant Imahara]] that apparently specializes in ArtifactsOfDoom. When our heroes realise what they have they keep passing it to each other, greatly confusing the {{Mummy}} that's [[FailedASpotCheck sneaking up on them with hands outstretched]].
* AwesomeAnachronisticApparel
* AwesomeBackpack: Several.
* BadassCrew
* BaldOfEvil: The main villain introduced in the Season 1 finale and seen throughout Season 2.
** [[spoiler: Lampshaded and lampooned in the Season 2 finale, "Dead End", when it's shown that he is a member of a league of bald villains, and their ultimate penalty for failure: being banished after having a wig glued onto his bald head.]]
* BatterUp: Zombie-slayer Katherine Blackmoore's primary weapon is a cricket bat. (Perhaps a shout-out to ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead''.)
* BestServedCold: In "Tall Tails", Thaddeus has his revenge... and ''literally'' serves it afterward.
* BigDamnHeroes: [[spoiler: The rest of the League arrives to save Crackitus, the Baron, Thaddeus and Katherine Blackmoore at the end of the Season 2 finale, "Dead End".]]
* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: "Hairy Hijinks".
* BlackCloak: Members of the league of evil villains opposed to the League all wear these.
* TheCavalry: See BigDamnHeroes.
* ChristmasSpecial: The episode, "The Fright Before Christmas".
* ClockworkCreature: Their clockwork zombie-hunting cyborg, R.O.S.E.
* CoolAirship: In "Dead End", the villain is seen traveling in one.
* DashinglyDapperDerby: Worn by Baron von Fogel. Coyote also sports one.
* DemonicPossession: In "Dining with the Devil".
* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe: Several members of the League smoke pipes.
* ElectromagneticGhosts: Jay Are's backpack is a device for detecting Electronic Voice Phenomenon ([=EVP=]s).
** The girls that stand in as "ghosts" during their live shows also have lights underneath their Victorian outfits to make them "glow."
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: The League sometimes has to deal with invisible ghost monkeys (such as in their short, "Monkey Business").
* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies: If you can't beat'em... employ them!
* EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods: The Kraken in "Tall Tails."
* FunWithAcronyms: The League of S.T.E.A.M. (Supernatural and Troublesome Ectoplasmic Apparition Management); R.O.S.E. (Reanimate Optimized Search Engine); the H.U.G. (Hunting Utility Gun), a net gun; The Junior League W.A.T.C.H. (Worldwide Alliance for the Tracking of Creatures and Haunts).
* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'': An affectionate parody.
* GadgeteerGenius: Several, especially Crackitus Potts.
* GentlemanAdventurer: Thaddeus is actually a ''Gentleman's'' Gentleman adventurer.
* GogglesDoNothing: Hey, it's steampunk, what did you expect?
** The goggles in "Big Trouble" ''do'' do something: they help the troll to see better.
* GulliverTieDown: The garden gnomes do this to Zed in "Bitter Gnomes and Gardens", with a garden hose.
* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: In at least three episodes, a bald villain, apparently the nemesis of the League, has been seen, but only from the back. (Although in one episode part of his face is seen, revealing that he has a [[BeardOfEvil goatee]].) His face is finally seen in the Season 2 finale, "Dead End".
* HeyThatsMyLine: Crackitus Potts is the ''de facto'' leader of the team and usually introduces the episodes he appears in. When someone else will occasionally start the introduction, he'll usually run to the camera to interrupt them and take over the intro.
* HollywoodExorcism: In "Dining with the Devil".
* IncessantMusicMadness: In "The Tiki Room", the League deals with a tiki idol that emits a drumming sound and Will. Not. Shut. Up. Fortunately no one actually goes mad, but it does make it difficult to conduct an interrogation.
* IncrediblyLamePun: The leader of the League is named Crackitus Potts. [[DontExplainTheJoke Crackpot, get it?]] (Also an allusion to Caractacus Pott from ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''.)
* InterspeciesRomance: Albeit briefly, in "Tall Tails."
* JetPack: Baron von Fogel's backpack is one.
* KrakenAndLeviathan: A Kraken appears in the "Tall Tails" of Crackitus, Thaddeus and Jasper.
* LadyOfAdventure: Lady Potts.
* {{Leprechaun}}: In their award-winning webisode, "Fool's Gold", the League battles one.
* MusicSoothesTheSavageBeast: A clockwork singing RobotGirl is used to soothe the troll to sleep in "Big Trouble".
* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: Some of their devices are inspired by ACME, such as Crackitus Potts' expandable boxing glove, the potato cannon, the net gun and the plunger gun.
* MadScientist: Several in the League would probably qualify.
* TheMatchmaker: Mrs. Potts tries to play this with Jay Are and The Russian in "Hairy Hijinks".
* MilesGloriosus: In "Tall Tails", Crackitus, Thaddeus and Jasper sit around telling stories of personal encounters with [[KrakenAndLeviathan the Kraken]]. Until it actually arrives...
* NiceHat: Their zombie manservant Zedediah wears a fez. Baron von Fogel and Coyote wear [[DashinglyDapperDerby Dashingly Dapper Derbies]]. Sir Conrad, Jasper Mooney, Professor Jager and Mrs. Potts wear top hats, Ellie Copperbottom wears a mini-tophat, and Thaddeus wears a boater.
* NoMrBondIExpectYouToDine: In "Two For Dinner", the clueless Crackitus is invited to dinnerat the home of a vampire. Fortunately he invites his friend, vampire hunter Sir Conrad, along.
* NotUsingTheZedWord: Averted; their manservant is even ''named'' Zed.
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: A trio of ghostly belles who are content with playfully messing with the living.
* OurGnomesAreWeirder: In "Bitter Gnomes and Gardens", the gnomes are of the garden gnome variety, with the peculiar weakness that they can only move if not seen, similar to the Weeping Angels of ''Series/DoctorWho'' ([[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in a ShoutOut).
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: The mermaid in "Tall Tails" is of the standard "beautiful woman with fishlike tail" variety.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: The League has perfected (well, almost...) a technique for converting zombies into domestic servants.
* PowerTrio: Originally, it was a Power ''Foursome'', but with Professor Jager becoming inactive, the three main members of the team are Crackitus Potts, Baron von Fogel and Jay Are, but with an increasingly large support team.
* RobotGirl: R.O.S.E.
* ShoutOut: Plentiful.
** ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', obviously.
** In "Fool's Gold", [[spoiler:the leprechaun reforms in the manner of the T-1000 from ''Film/{{Terminator}} 2'']].
** In "Bitter Gnomes and Gardens", one of the plants Mrs. Potts is planting is [[Theatre/LittleShopOfHorrors Audrey II]].
*** Also it's noted that the gnomes' weakness is that they can only move if not seen, similar to the Weeping Angels of ''Series/DoctorWho''
--->'''Coyote:''' All the others have been moving, but ''that'' one [pointing to a gnome looking at a mirror] hasn't. So what if they can't move while they're being looked at?
--->'''Ellie:''' Like that situation that Doctor guy told us about.
--->'''Coyote:''' Who?
** The vampire in "Two for Dinner." "Fritz, there will be [[SesameStreet two, two guests for dinner, ha ha]]."
** ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'': In one episode, the League goes vampire hunting... in the line at the premiere of ''Twilight: New Moon''. HilarityEnsues.
** A Charles Dickens homage, in "The Fright Before Christmas".
** [[spoiler: The after-credit scene from ''Film/TheAvengers'' is spoofed after the credits in the Season 2 finale, "Dead End".]]
* {{Steampunk}}: Obviously.
* SteampunkGadgeteers: Even more obviously.
* TallTale: In ''The Adventures of the League of STEAM'' episode "Tall Tails", three League members sit around telling stories of their encounter with a [[KrakenAndLeviathan Kraken]]... some of them being a bit hard to swallow.
* TrollBridge: The troll in "Big Trouble" lives under one.
* UnclePennybags: The team's benefactor, Albert Able, Esq.
* WhoYouGonnaCall: The Ghostbusters TV ad from the film is even parodied in a short.
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler: the fate of the villain in the Season 2 finale, "Dead End".]]
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[[caption-width-right:343:[[WhoYouGonnaCall Whom should you telegraph?]]]]'''The League of S.T.E.A.M.''' (Supernatural and Troublesome Ectoplasmic Apparition Management), a.k.a. the "Steampunk Ghostbusters", are a Southern Californian performance art troupe popular in the {{steampunk}} community and specializing in live interactive themed entertainment.

The League is loosely modeled after the 1984 film ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', translating the idea of a "paranormal pest control service" into a neo-Victorian steampunk setting. The four main members of the League have created backpacks reminiscent of the Ghostbusters' backpacks, each allegedly performing some necessary paranormal investigative function. They are known for these and other creative steampunk "inventions" (functional props), and have also been written about and interviewed as leading examples of steampunk style.

They also produce a popular web series, ''The Adventures of the League of STEAM'', that has featured guest stars including ''Series/MythBusters''' Grant Imahara and Doug Jones (''PansLabyrinth'', ''Film/{{Hellboy}}'', ''Film/FantasticFour 2''). The series chronicles the League on various comic adventures where they attempt to locate, capture or neutralize supernatural creatures.
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!!'''''The League of S.T.E.A.M.'' provides examples of:'''

* ActionGirl: Lady Potts, Katherine Blackmoore, The Russian.
* AlienBlood: When the leprechaun in "Fool's Gold" is dispatched, he turns into a pile of green goo.
** [[spoiler: Which then begins to reform, Film/{{Terminator}}-style...]]
* AllTrollsAreDifferent: The troll in "Big Trouble" is of the big, dumb, lumbering kind. Also rather blind.
* ArtifactOfDoom: In "Curses!", the team have a cursed artifact appraised, in a curio shop run by [[Series/{{Mythbusters}} Grant Imahara]] that apparently specializes in ArtifactsOfDoom. When our heroes realise what they have they keep passing it to each other, greatly confusing the {{Mummy}} that's [[FailedASpotCheck sneaking up on them with hands outstretched]].
* AwesomeAnachronisticApparel
* AwesomeBackpack: Several.
* BadassCrew
* BaldOfEvil: The main villain introduced in the Season 1 finale and seen throughout Season 2.
** [[spoiler: Lampshaded and lampooned in the Season 2 finale, "Dead End", when it's shown that he is a member of a league of bald villains, and their ultimate penalty for failure: being banished after having a wig glued onto his bald head.]]
* BatterUp: Zombie-slayer Katherine Blackmoore's primary weapon is a cricket bat. (Perhaps a shout-out to ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead''.)
* BestServedCold: In "Tall Tails", Thaddeus has his revenge... and ''literally'' serves it afterward.
* BigDamnHeroes: [[spoiler: The rest of the League arrives to save Crackitus, the Baron, Thaddeus and Katherine Blackmoore at the end of the Season 2 finale, "Dead End".]]
* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: "Hairy Hijinks".
* BlackCloak: Members of the league of evil villains opposed to the League all wear these.
* TheCavalry: See BigDamnHeroes.
* ChristmasSpecial: The episode, "The Fright Before Christmas".
* ClockworkCreature: Their clockwork zombie-hunting cyborg, R.O.S.E.
* CoolAirship: In "Dead End", the villain is seen traveling in one.
* DashinglyDapperDerby: Worn by Baron von Fogel. Coyote also sports one.
* DemonicPossession: In "Dining with the Devil".
* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe: Several members of the League smoke pipes.
* ElectromagneticGhosts: Jay Are's backpack is a device for detecting Electronic Voice Phenomenon ([=EVP=]s).
** The girls that stand in as "ghosts" during their live shows also have lights underneath their Victorian outfits to make them "glow."
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: The League sometimes has to deal with invisible ghost monkeys (such as in their short, "Monkey Business").
* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies: If you can't beat'em... employ them!
* EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods: The Kraken in "Tall Tails."
* FunWithAcronyms: The League of S.T.E.A.M. (Supernatural and Troublesome Ectoplasmic Apparition Management); R.O.S.E. (Reanimate Optimized Search Engine); the H.U.G. (Hunting Utility Gun), a net gun; The Junior League W.A.T.C.H. (Worldwide Alliance for the Tracking of Creatures and Haunts).
* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'': An affectionate parody.
* GadgeteerGenius: Several, especially Crackitus Potts.
* GentlemanAdventurer: Thaddeus is actually a ''Gentleman's'' Gentleman adventurer.
* GogglesDoNothing: Hey, it's steampunk, what did you expect?
** The goggles in "Big Trouble" ''do'' do something: they help the troll to see better.
* GulliverTieDown: The garden gnomes do this to Zed in "Bitter Gnomes and Gardens", with a garden hose.
* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: In at least three episodes, a bald villain, apparently the nemesis of the League, has been seen, but only from the back. (Although in one episode part of his face is seen, revealing that he has a [[BeardOfEvil goatee]].) His face is finally seen in the Season 2 finale, "Dead End".
* HeyThatsMyLine: Crackitus Potts is the ''de facto'' leader of the team and usually introduces the episodes he appears in. When someone else will occasionally start the introduction, he'll usually run to the camera to interrupt them and take over the intro.
* HollywoodExorcism: In "Dining with the Devil".
* IncessantMusicMadness: In "The Tiki Room", the League deals with a tiki idol that emits a drumming sound and Will. Not. Shut. Up. Fortunately no one actually goes mad, but it does make it difficult to conduct an interrogation.
* IncrediblyLamePun: The leader of the League is named Crackitus Potts. [[DontExplainTheJoke Crackpot, get it?]] (Also an allusion to Caractacus Pott from ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''.)
* InterspeciesRomance: Albeit briefly, in "Tall Tails."
* JetPack: Baron von Fogel's backpack is one.
* KrakenAndLeviathan: A Kraken appears in the "Tall Tails" of Crackitus, Thaddeus and Jasper.
* LadyOfAdventure: Lady Potts.
* {{Leprechaun}}: In their award-winning webisode, "Fool's Gold", the League battles one.
* MusicSoothesTheSavageBeast: A clockwork singing RobotGirl is used to soothe the troll to sleep in "Big Trouble".
* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: Some of their devices are inspired by ACME, such as Crackitus Potts' expandable boxing glove, the potato cannon, the net gun and the plunger gun.
* MadScientist: Several in the League would probably qualify.
* TheMatchmaker: Mrs. Potts tries to play this with Jay Are and The Russian in "Hairy Hijinks".
* MilesGloriosus: In "Tall Tails", Crackitus, Thaddeus and Jasper sit around telling stories of personal encounters with [[KrakenAndLeviathan the Kraken]]. Until it actually arrives...
* NiceHat: Their zombie manservant Zedediah wears a fez. Baron von Fogel and Coyote wear [[DashinglyDapperDerby Dashingly Dapper Derbies]]. Sir Conrad, Jasper Mooney, Professor Jager and Mrs. Potts wear top hats, Ellie Copperbottom wears a mini-tophat, and Thaddeus wears a boater.
* NoMrBondIExpectYouToDine: In "Two For Dinner", the clueless Crackitus is invited to dinnerat the home of a vampire. Fortunately he invites his friend, vampire hunter Sir Conrad, along.
* NotUsingTheZedWord: Averted; their manservant is even ''named'' Zed.
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: A trio of ghostly belles who are content with playfully messing with the living.
* OurGnomesAreWeirder: In "Bitter Gnomes and Gardens", the gnomes are of the garden gnome variety, with the peculiar weakness that they can only move if not seen, similar to the Weeping Angels of ''Series/DoctorWho'' ([[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in a ShoutOut).
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: The mermaid in "Tall Tails" is of the standard "beautiful woman with fishlike tail" variety.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: The League has perfected (well, almost...) a technique for converting zombies into domestic servants.
* PowerTrio: Originally, it was a Power ''Foursome'', but with Professor Jager becoming inactive, the three main members of the team are Crackitus Potts, Baron von Fogel and Jay Are, but with an increasingly large support team.
* RobotGirl: R.O.S.E.
* ShoutOut: Plentiful.
** ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', obviously.
** In "Fool's Gold", [[spoiler:the leprechaun reforms in the manner of the T-1000 from ''Film/{{Terminator}} 2'']].
** In "Bitter Gnomes and Gardens", one of the plants Mrs. Potts is planting is [[Theatre/LittleShopOfHorrors Audrey II]].
*** Also it's noted that the gnomes' weakness is that they can only move if not seen, similar to the Weeping Angels of ''Series/DoctorWho''
--->'''Coyote:''' All the others have been moving, but ''that'' one [pointing to a gnome looking at a mirror] hasn't. So what if they can't move while they're being looked at?
--->'''Ellie:''' Like that situation that Doctor guy told us about.
--->'''Coyote:''' Who?
** The vampire in "Two for Dinner." "Fritz, there will be [[SesameStreet two, two guests for dinner, ha ha]]."
** ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'': In one episode, the League goes vampire hunting... in the line at the premiere of ''Twilight: New Moon''. HilarityEnsues.
** A Charles Dickens homage, in "The Fright Before Christmas".
** [[spoiler: The after-credit scene from ''Film/TheAvengers'' is spoofed after the credits in the Season 2 finale, "Dead End".]]
* {{Steampunk}}: Obviously.
* SteampunkGadgeteers: Even more obviously.
* TallTale: In ''The Adventures of the League of STEAM'' episode "Tall Tails", three League members sit around telling stories of their encounter with a [[KrakenAndLeviathan Kraken]]... some of them being a bit hard to swallow.
* TrollBridge: The troll in "Big Trouble" lives under one.
* UnclePennybags: The team's benefactor, Albert Able, Esq.
* WhoYouGonnaCall: The Ghostbusters TV ad from the film is even parodied in a short.
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler: the fate of the villain in the Season 2 finale, "Dead End".]]
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2nd Mar '14 2:00:30 PM Antigone3
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* ArtifactOfDoom: In "Curses!", the team have a cursed artifact appraised, in a curio shop run by [[{{Mythbusters}} Grant Imahara]] that apparently specializes in ArtifactsOfDoom. When our heroes realise what they have they keep passing it to each other, greatly confusing the {{Mummy}} that's [[FailedASpotCheck sneaking up on them with hands outstretched]].

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* ArtifactOfDoom: In "Curses!", the team have a cursed artifact appraised, in a curio shop run by [[{{Mythbusters}} [[Series/{{Mythbusters}} Grant Imahara]] that apparently specializes in ArtifactsOfDoom. When our heroes realise what they have they keep passing it to each other, greatly confusing the {{Mummy}} that's [[FailedASpotCheck sneaking up on them with hands outstretched]].
26th Nov '13 8:24:47 PM PaulA
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* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: The League sometimes has to deal with invisible ghost monkeys (such as in their short, "MonkeyBusiness").

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* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: The League sometimes has to deal with invisible ghost monkeys (such as in their short, "MonkeyBusiness")."Monkey Business").
12th May '13 7:03:38 PM Vasha
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* TallTale: In ''The Adventures of the League Of STEAM'' episode "Tall Tails", three League members sit around telling stories of their encounter with a [[KrakenAndLeviathan Kraken]]... some of them being a bit hard to swallow.

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* TallTale: In ''The Adventures of the League Of of STEAM'' episode "Tall Tails", three League members sit around telling stories of their encounter with a [[KrakenAndLeviathan Kraken]]... some of them being a bit hard to swallow.
27th Apr '13 2:03:24 AM Odon
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* MusicSoothesTheSavageBeast: A clockwork singing RobotGirl is used to soothe the troll to sleep in "Big Trouble".
26th Apr '13 5:54:51 AM Odon
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* ArtifactOfDoom: In "Curses!", the team have a cursed item appraised, in a curio shop that apparently specializes in ArtifactsOfDoom.

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* ArtifactOfDoom: In "Curses!", the team have a cursed item artifact appraised, in a curio shop run by [[{{Mythbusters}} Grant Imahara]] that apparently specializes in ArtifactsOfDoom.ArtifactsOfDoom. When our heroes realise what they have they keep passing it to each other, greatly confusing the {{Mummy}} that's [[FailedASpotCheck sneaking up on them with hands outstretched]].
26th Dec '12 5:00:34 PM Sheora
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* IncrediblyLamePun: The leader of the League is named Crackitus Potts. [[DontExplainTheJoke Crackpot, get it?]] (Also an allusion to Caractacus Pott from ''ChittyChittyBangBang''.)

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* IncrediblyLamePun: The leader of the League is named Crackitus Potts. [[DontExplainTheJoke Crackpot, get it?]] (Also an allusion to Caractacus Pott from ''ChittyChittyBangBang''.''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''.)
13th Dec '12 2:42:10 PM PrimeEvil
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[[caption-width-right:343:[[WhoYouGonnaCall Who you gonna telegraph?]]]]'''The League of S.T.E.A.M.''' (Supernatural and Troublesome Ectoplasmic Apparition Management), a.k.a. the "Steampunk Ghostbusters", are a Southern Californian performance art troupe popular in the {{steampunk}} community and specializing in live interactive themed entertainment.

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[[caption-width-right:343:[[WhoYouGonnaCall Who Whom should you gonna telegraph?]]]]'''The League of S.T.E.A.M.''' (Supernatural and Troublesome Ectoplasmic Apparition Management), a.k.a. the "Steampunk Ghostbusters", are a Southern Californian performance art troupe popular in the {{steampunk}} community and specializing in live interactive themed entertainment.
6th Nov '12 11:51:59 AM EarlOfSandvich
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** In "Bitter Gnomes and Gardens", one of the plants Mrs. Potts is planting is [[LittleShopOfHorrors Audrey II]].

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** In "Bitter Gnomes and Gardens", one of the plants Mrs. Potts is planting is [[LittleShopOfHorrors [[Theatre/LittleShopOfHorrors Audrey II]].
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