History WesternAnimation / TheRealGhostbusters

9th Feb '16 5:37:09 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* KnightTemplar[=/=]WellIntentionedExtremist: The titular antagonist in "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream" and Jeremy in "Ragnarok and Roll".
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* KnightTemplar[=/=]WellIntentionedExtremist: The titular antagonist in "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream" and Jeremy in "Ragnarok and Roll". Robo-Buster was this too, but his way of dealing with ghosts was unknowingly creating something ''worse''.
9th Feb '16 5:30:29 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* DevilButNoGod: The heroes have visited quite a few hellish dimensions and fought demons from them, but if a heavenly version of the afterlife exists, it has never been seen.

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* Ironically, in the episode where they confront the ''actual'' Cthulhu, they don't try this; they just open fire.
1st Feb '16 11:17:33 AM CaptainTedium
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** In "The Mean Green Teen Machine", Winston's dream depicts him as [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration the bald captain of the Starship Exercise]].
10th Jan '16 10:28:39 AM Vahanisback
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**The first episode, "Ghosts Я Us", was something of an establishment as to why they're called ''The Real Ghostbusters'', when a rival ghost busting group tries to put them out of business. -->'''Janine:''' No mam. This is the REAL Ghostbusters! Not Ghosts 'R Us!"
29th Dec '15 2:07:22 PM Anddrix
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** One episode featured [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Captain Steel]] and his archenemy [[SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor Dr.Destructo]], [[ComicBooksAreReal comic book characters]] created by comic book artist Len Wolfman.
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** One episode featured [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Captain Steel]] and his archenemy [[SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor [[ComicBook/LexLuthor Dr.Destructo]], [[ComicBooksAreReal comic book characters]] created by comic book artist Len Wolfman.
16th Dec '15 10:56:08 AM Vahanisback
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* SequelEpisode ** "The Boogieman Cometh" was followed by "The Boogieman is Back". ** "When Halloween Was Forever" was followed by "Halloween II 1/2" and "The Halloween Door".
14th Nov '15 8:24:33 PM Vahanisback
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* ThreeShorts: The ''Slimer!'' spin-off had either two (7 and 14 minutes each) or three shorts (7 minutes each) in one half of the shows' hour-long block. In season 5, the hour-long block would sometimes feature a 14-minute episode (there were twelve of them total), a full-length one, and a ''Slimer!'' cartoon.
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* ThreeShorts: The ''Slimer!'' spin-off had either two (7 and 14 minutes each) or three shorts (7 minutes each) each), with an episode of ''The Real Ghostbusters''sandwiched in one half of between the shows' hour-long block. In season 5, the hour-long block would sometimes feature a 14-minute episode (there were twelve of them total), a full-length one, and a ''Slimer!'' cartoon.
8th Nov '15 10:32:03 AM MarkLungo
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** On the first two ABC seasons, the "No Ghost" logo, underneath the shows' title, flipped around to announce that the show back. This bumper was always used to start Act 2, and Arsenio Hall voiced him.
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** On the first two ABC seasons, the "No Ghost" logo, underneath the shows' title, flipped around to announce that the show was back. This bumper was always used to start Act 2, and Arsenio Hall voiced him.
8th Nov '15 10:26:55 AM Vahanisback
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* EyeCatch: ** On the first two ABC seasons, the "No Ghost" logo, underneath the shows' title, flipped around to announce that the show back. This bumper was always used to start Act 2, and Arsenio Hall voiced him. ** The Syndicated episodes had a big "No Ghost" logo running towards it, one flipped around, one scared, one sawing, and one whistling. Usually, Frank Welker voiced the "No Ghost", but some of them had Arsenio Hall voicing them. ** After the show became ''Slimer! And The Real Ghostbusters'', the eyecatch was now Frank Welker saying that the show was back. The half-way bumper for hour-long broadcasts were narrated by Welker in his normal voice, and in his Slimer voice.
24th Oct '15 8:56:46 AM Vahanisback
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** Many viewers were likely confused when they first saw the Syndicated episodes that had Peter and Janine with their original voices, and the latter with her original look (they began the same time as the 2nd ABC season), unaware that they had been in the can for a year, and some of them were released on VHS by Magic Window Video, the children's division of RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video.
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