History WesternAnimation / TheRealGhostbusters

10th Feb '18 11:47:36 AM Jeduthun
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* TheseAreThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow: PlayedForLaughs when Egon attempts to study Slimer's physiology for science. The radiation scanner he uses reveals only that Slimer has just gorged himself on uncooked corn kernels, which promptly explode and flood the lab to overflowing with popcorn. When Janine asks what happened, Egon (atop a pile of popcorn) replies, "We discovered that there are some things Man was not meant to know!"

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* TheseAreThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow: PlayedForLaughs when Egon attempts to study Slimer's physiology for science. The radiation scanner he uses reveals only that Slimer has just gorged himself on uncooked corn kernels, which promptly explode and flood the lab to overflowing with popcorn. When Janine asks what happened, Egon Ray (atop a pile of popcorn) replies, "We discovered that there are some things Man was not meant to know!"
10th Feb '18 11:45:23 AM Jeduthun
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* TheseAreThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow: PlayedForLaughs when Egon attempts to study Slimer's physiology for science. The radiation scanner he uses reveals only that Slimer has just gorged himself on uncooked corn kernels, which promptly explode and flood the lab to overflowing with popcorn. When Janine asks what happened, Egon (atop a pile of popcorn) replies, "We discovered that there are some things Man was not meant to know!"
9th Feb '18 11:45:56 AM YKYCHJRFGH
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9th Feb '18 9:09:38 AM MarkLungo
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Sadly, despite the success of the cartoon (and in its first few seasons, it was ''astoundingly'' successful), things began to fall apart, thanks to ExecutiveMeddling. As part of the build-up to ''Film/GhostbustersII'' film, the series was renamed ''[[SpotlightStealingTitle Slimer and]] the Real Ghostbusters'' (as executives fell in love with the [[BreakoutCharacter cuddly and goofy cartoon version of Slimer]]) and much of the show's horror downplayed for cheap slapstick humor. Later episodes would incorporate trappings from the second movie, mainly the notion of the city of New York's injunction against the team. Louis Tully also became a recurring character at this time.

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Sadly, despite the success of the cartoon (and in its first few seasons, it was ''astoundingly'' successful), things began to fall apart, thanks to ExecutiveMeddling. As part of the build-up to ''Film/GhostbustersII'' film, ''Film/GhostbustersII'', the series was renamed ''[[SpotlightStealingTitle Slimer and]] the Real Ghostbusters'' (as executives fell in love with the [[BreakoutCharacter cuddly and goofy cartoon version of Slimer]]) and much of the show's horror downplayed for cheap slapstick humor. Later episodes would incorporate trappings from the second movie, mainly the notion of the city of New York's injunction against the team. Louis Tully also became a recurring character at this time.
9th Feb '18 9:09:03 AM MarkLungo
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Sadly, despite the success of the cartoon (and in its first few seasons, it was ''astoundingly'' successful), things began to fall apart, thanks to ExecutiveMeddling. As part of the build-up to the second ''Ghostbuster''s film, the series was renamed ''[[SpotlightStealingTitle Slimer and]] the Real Ghostbusters'' (as executives fell in love with the [[BreakoutCharacter cuddly and goofy cartoon version of Slimer]]) and much of the show's horror downplayed for cheap slapstick humor. Later episodes would incorporate trappings from the second movie, mainly the notion of the city of New York's injunction against the team. Louis Tully also became a recurring character at this time.

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Sadly, despite the success of the cartoon (and in its first few seasons, it was ''astoundingly'' successful), things began to fall apart, thanks to ExecutiveMeddling. As part of the build-up to the second ''Ghostbuster''s ''Film/GhostbustersII'' film, the series was renamed ''[[SpotlightStealingTitle Slimer and]] the Real Ghostbusters'' (as executives fell in love with the [[BreakoutCharacter cuddly and goofy cartoon version of Slimer]]) and much of the show's horror downplayed for cheap slapstick humor. Later episodes would incorporate trappings from the second movie, mainly the notion of the city of New York's injunction against the team. Louis Tully also became a recurring character at this time.
9th Feb '18 7:59:28 AM Jeduthun
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* YetAnotherChristmasCarol: In "Xmas Marks The Spot", the Ghostbusters go back in time somehow and accidentally bust the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future, preventing Scrooge from ever learning his lesson and thus ruining Christmas in the present day. The team tries to play the role of the spirits for Scrooge themselves while Egon tries to rescue the real ones from the containment unit.
9th Feb '18 7:52:38 AM Jeduthun
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Sadly, despite the success of the cartoon (and in its first few seasons, it was ''astoundingly'' successful), things began to fall apart, thanks to ExecutiveMeddling. As part of the build-up to the second ''Ghostbuster''s film, the series was renamed ''[[BreakoutCharacter Slimer and]] the Real Ghostbusters'' (as executives fell in love with the cuddly and goofy cartoon version of Slimer) and much of the show's horror downplayed for cheap slapstick humor. Later episodes would incorporate trappings from the second movie, mainly the notion of the city of New York's injunction against the team. Louis Tully also became a recurring character at this time.

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Sadly, despite the success of the cartoon (and in its first few seasons, it was ''astoundingly'' successful), things began to fall apart, thanks to ExecutiveMeddling. As part of the build-up to the second ''Ghostbuster''s film, the series was renamed ''[[BreakoutCharacter ''[[SpotlightStealingTitle Slimer and]] the Real Ghostbusters'' (as executives fell in love with the [[BreakoutCharacter cuddly and goofy cartoon version of Slimer) Slimer]]) and much of the show's horror downplayed for cheap slapstick humor. Later episodes would incorporate trappings from the second movie, mainly the notion of the city of New York's injunction against the team. Louis Tully also became a recurring character at this time.
6th Feb '18 3:02:49 PM DynastiNoble
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* ExorcistHead: Dixie does this in "Til Death Do Us Part".


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* GlamourFailure: Dixie has some ghost-like traits in "Til Death Do Us Part", but she looks human.
4th Feb '18 1:11:48 PM philipnova798
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* OffModel: Happens constantly. The fact that several animation studios[[note]]Creator/KKCAndDAsia, Creator/TMSEntertainment, Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/ToeiAnimation, Creator/SeiYoung, Creator/{{Saerom}}[=/=]Creator/PlusOneAnimation and uncredited companies Creator/AjiaDo, [[Creator/KokoEnterprises Dong Yang Animation]], Creator/StudioKorumi, Creator/{{Visual 80}}, Creator/DaiWon, Creator/AnimeR, Creator/StudioCockpit, Creator/HanhoHeungUp, Creator/NakamuraProductions and Creator/TransArts[[/note]] had a hand doesn't help one bit.

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* OffModel: Happens constantly. The fact that several animation studios[[note]]Creator/KKCAndDAsia, Creator/TMSEntertainment, Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/WangFilmProductions (for the ''Slimer!'' segments), Creator/ToeiAnimation, Creator/SeiYoung, Creator/{{Saerom}}[=/=]Creator/PlusOneAnimation and uncredited companies Creator/AjiaDo, [[Creator/KokoEnterprises Dong Yang Animation]], Creator/StudioKorumi, Creator/{{Visual 80}}, Creator/DaiWon, Creator/AnimeR, Creator/StudioCockpit, Creator/HanhoHeungUp, Creator/NakamuraProductions and Creator/TransArts[[/note]] had a hand doesn't help one bit.
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