The Real Ghostbusters (1986) s02e25 Episode Script

Lost and Foundry

Ghostbusters ♪
If there's something strange ♪
In the neighborhood ♪
Who you gonna call? ♪
Ghostbusters ♪
If there's something weird ♪
And it don't look good ♪
Who you gonna call? ♪
Ghostbusters ♪
I ain't afraid of no ghost ♪
I ain't afraid of no ghost ♪
Who you gonna call? ♪
Ghostbusters ♪
Who you gonna call? ♪
Ghostbusters ♪
I think I got him.
There he is.
Where'd it go?
I'm getting a negative
reading on the P.K.E Meter.
A ghost can't just disintegrate into
the ion streams.
Well, theoretically it is possible.
Come on, guys, it's been a long day.
Let's iron this out back at headquarters.
I'm glad we've seen
the last of that ghost.
Yeah. I'm bushed.
How about some coffee, Janine?
No, thanks.
Hey, Janine, have you seen
It was my clean uniform!
Send him over to my locker, Winston.
I've got something you can play with.
You oughta be ashamed of yourself, Peter.
Aw, look at him. Isn't he cute?
He wants to be a Ghostbuster.
Let me at him!
It's him or us.
It was just an accident.
He won't do it again.
Come on, Peter,
give the little guy another chance.
He's begging for you to forgive him.
Yeah, please, please forgive me.
I know I'm gonna regret this,
but all right.
I'll let it go this time.
Oh? You'll really let it go?
Now all we need is a new pole.
Hey, no problem. I'll take care of it.
-Oh, Janine.
Order us a new pole, will ya?
That steel mill owes us a favor, right?
I don't see anything unusual, Lowman.
Which refrigerator?
It's a Deers Cosmore,
no frost, auto-ice,
with twin doors for easy access.
Avocado green.
Where does one of
those babies wholesale for?
Stay cool.
P.K.E readings are negative.
Ditto on the Plasmatometer.
This may not have been
a psychokinetic disturbance at all.
It could just be an ordinary
refrigerator gone bad.
Man, this new TV cable's heavy.
Somebody call theAh!
So where's the ghost?
Any, any more questions?
Yeah. How come you guys
show the same movie over and over again?
We got it.
It's getting away.
It's going down a manhole.
Well, I'm not going down there.
I knew I shouldn't
have skipped breakfast this morning.
Let's get some donut somewhere.
What do you say?
He almost nailed us that time.
Please don't squeeze the
Anybody got a can opener?
Those weren't ordinary cans.
This new sculpture explores
an expanded modally of expression,
which I call anti-neo postmodernism.
I think you'll agree
the effect can be startling.
-What have you got for lunch today?
-Oh, let's see here.
Looks like the same old thing.
You like, uh, peanut butter and jelly?
What seems to be the problem here?
The girders have started coming to life.
Living girders.
I think I'm beginning to
detect a pattern to all these.
Girders, nails, refrigerators.
What do all those have in common?
Their bigger than a breadbox?
Nails are smaller than a breadbox.
Hey, that's right.
There they are! By those columns!
Ugh, they look like slugs.
Let's get 'em.
Nice work, guys.
-Watch it.
-Look out!
That hole in the middle of
the building saved us.
I'd sure like to thank that
architect who designed it.
Yeah, he might have
something to say to us too.
I can't understand it.
I'm getting a negative reading
on the P.K.E. Meter again.
Maybe there's something
wrong with the meter.
No, I'm getting a negative reading too.
Oh, those haunted girders
have to be in there somewhere.
Yeah, but where?
Why don't we discuss
this problem over lunch?
Or better yet, sleep on it.
What a day.
I'm even too tired to eat.
I'm gonna go upstairs and crash.
Any more calls, Janine?
Oh, they installed that
new pole while you were gone.
Let's hope we never have to use it.
I'm worried about Peter.
He seems kinda down.
That's the natural result of
living an unexamined life.
Hold my calls.
Just a moment.
Trouble on the Jersey Turnpike.
So what else is new?
There's a refrigerator
trying to cross six lanes of traffic.
I should've taken the stairs.
Stop fooling around, Peter,
we've got work to do.
I am not fooling.
I think he's in trouble.
Quick. Grab his legs!
It may take a few minutes.
Can you hold?
This supports a theory
I've been formulating.
Man, I haven't felt like this
since Woodstock.
Hey, look at that!
Just as I suspected.
That pole came from a steel mill.
The ion streams must have
electrolyzed the ghost
and fused it with a molten steel.
That's why the ghost
never registered on the P.K.E. Meter.
Too much interference from
the steel's rigid molecular structure.
Are we supposed
to be following this?
You mean the refrigerators,
the nails, the girders,
they're all part of the same ghost?
Yeah. But if that's true,
then the different parts
of the ghost would have
a natural tendency to reunite.
Fill me in, guys.
Where are we going?
It's heading for New Jersey.
I should've known.
Let's remember where we park.
We might have trouble finding the car.
The P.K.E. Meters still reading negative.
Anybody see anything unusual?
I see a muffler from a '59 Studebaker.
You gotta admit,
you don't see many of those anymore.
Huh, this is like looking
for a needle in a haystack.
Yeah, and I'm afraid of needles.
What we need is a plan.
Let's go home and think of one.
Hey, Peter, we've gone
with bigger problems than this before.
There's nothing to be afraid of.
Hey, I'm not afraid of anything.
Well, almost anything.
That didn't work.
-Let's move.
- Come on, man.
- Come on!
Told you we needed a plan.
Yeah, I've got an idea.
Good time for one.
Follow me.
All right. Way to go, Ray.
I don't know what we'd do without you.
But I guess we'd think of something.
Out of my way.
-Let's go.
-Oh, boy.
Quick, in here.
Great idea, Winston.
Now what do we do?
How about this?
Ghostbusters! ♪
Let's go. Let's go home.
Ghostbusters! ♪
I'm caught!
Ghostbusters! ♪
Ghostbusters! ♪
All that remains now
is to separate the ghost from the metal.
By making things real hot for him.
Team work, guys. I love it!
Glad to see you in a better mood, Peter.
Hey, I love working this magnet.
I think we ought to get
one of these for the office.
Well, there goes our budget.
I can find paper clips and pens,
the lost fork.
We can pick up Ecto-1 with it.
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