Written by Ben Edlund.
Directed by Phil Sgriccia.
Air Date: April 24, 2008.
Body countFor this episode = 1 human and 2 ghosts (one being the dead human).
For the series so far = At least 248 humans (of which 3 were witches), 9 demons, 19 ghosts, 10 vampires, 6 changelings, 3 gods, 2 shapeshifters, 2 werewolves, 1 djinn, 1 rakshasa, 1 rawhead, 1 shtriga, 1 wendigo, and 1 zombie.
- A Day in the Limelight: For the Ghostfacers.
- Affectionate Parody: "Ghostfacers" is a parody of Ghost Hunters.
- Answers to the Name of God
- Breather Episode
- Bury Your Gays: Corbett.
- Chekhov's Gun: Dean attempts to interrupt a death echo and Sam tells the Ghostfacers that it sometimes works if you have a connection to the deceased. Later Ed is able shock Corbett out of his death echo.
- Cluster F-Bomb: The Ghostfacers show censors swearing, so of course everyone swears. Though Dean most of all.
- Continuity Nod: The deer's head shows up again.
- The Documentary
- Gag Censor: The Ghostfacers skull logo.
- Horror Doesn't Settle for Simple Tuesday: Daggert's ghost only attacks during leap year.
- Mood Whiplash: When a dramatic moment cuts into the silly Ghostfacers logo.
- My Sister Is Off-Limits!: Ed's reaction to Harry kissing Maggie.
- Mummies at the Dinner Table: Well, taxidermies, anyway.
- Ominous Visual Glitch: The footage the Ghostfacers are recording on their handheld camcorders begin to jump and glitch before ghost echoes show up or when they are near supernatural hot spots.
- Pixellation: Dean flipping the bird.
- Reality Show/Show Within a Show
- Take That!: To ghosthunting shows and a bit to reality TV in general, which was at the time enjoying a field day thanks to the writers' strike.
- The Smurfette Principle: Maggie.
- Survivalist Stash / Crazy-Prepared: Daggert, who died during the Cold War, had a lifetime supply of military food rations as well as a bomb shelter.
- Stylistic Suck: The Ghostfacers pilot.
- Up to Eleven: The Ghostfacers' ghost rating.
- Visual Gag: The camera shows a framed picture of Captain Kirk during a Screen Shake, Star Trek being famous for its use of that trope.