The Real Ghostbusters (1986) s03e07 Episode Script

Sticky Business

Ghostbusters! ♪
There's something strange ♪
In the neighborhood ♪
Who you gonna call? ♪
Ghostbusters! ♪
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! ♪
See? Nothing to it, kids.
That's how we catch
Peter, I think you better let him out.
Oops. Sorry.
Since this was a demonstration,
we used these harmless low powered lasers,
rather than our normal proton throwers.
When I grow up,
I want to be a Ghostbuster too.
We're counting on it, Jill.
You know, you and your staff
have sure done a great job
with these kids, Dr. Perkins.
Thanks. I just wish we could keep it up.
What's the problem?
Money. We need $50,000
by the end of the week,
or my staff will be reduced
and most of these kids
will have to go home.
Home? But don't they need hospital care?
Most of them, yes, like Jill there.
Isn't there something we can do?
Sure, if you have $50,000
lying around you don't need.
Hi, guys. How did it go at the hospital?
Not too good, Janine.
They're running low on money,
so some of the kids have
to go home a little early.
Oh, no. How much money do they need?
Maybe I can help.
Hi, I'm Marty Tillis,
president of the Stay Puft
marshmallow company.
We want to use your giant marshmallow man
for the greatest TV commercial ever made.
Sorry, Tillis, too difficult.
Too big.
Too unethical.
Too sticky.
I'll pay you $50,000.
That sure would help to
keep the children's ward
going for a while, Peter.
I'll tell you what.
I'll invite the kids from the
hospital to watch us film.
How's that?
Mr. Tillis, you've got yourself a deal.
OK. So, how do we
get the big guy out
without letting everything
else in there loose?
Yeah, how do we get the big guy
without letting everything loose?
Simple. Someone will have
to go in, after him.
Huh? Me?
No! No!
Hey, Spud, you know, we'd go if we could
but there's a lot of ticked
off spirits hanging out in there,
who'd just love to get their
hands on our little hides.
I don't want to go!
-Come on, Slimer.
Don't you wanna help Jill
and the other kids at the hospital?
Oh. Yeah. OK.
There you go, Slimer. Ready?
Just remember, get in,
find the Stay Puft Man
and you're out of there. OK?
And Slimer?
Be careful in there.
I will.
I've always hated goodbyes
and I think I know why now.
Atta boy, Slimer. Looking good.
Huh. What happened?
Direct line frequency
interference modulation.
Someone in the neighborhood
is running a blender.
Great timing.
Until we clear this up,
Slimer is on his own.
I missed you.
Out? Me?
Yeah! Yeah! You.
OK, OK. I like to go out.
All right.
The little Spud came through. Let's do it.
I'm reversing polarity on the trap.
Here you go, Slimer.
What do you know? It worked.
Well, course it worked.
You're absolutely positive
he'll follow us, Egon?
I guarantee he'll trail our homing signals
like a dog on a leash.
Stay Puft One to Stay Puft Two,
do you read?
Mr. Tillis, we're ready.
Ready and waiting here, too.
Bring on the big guy.
OK, Slimer. Let's head him up
and move him out.
Move him out.
Now I know, what an ant feels like.
Slow and steady guys, so far so good.
Hey, what's going on?
What the heck was that?
Sure wasn't the Red Baron.
Oh, no. It must have
sneaked out with the big guy.
I remember him, it's the Phantom.
That guy can burn a hole in cement.
Or toast a giant marshmallow.
Cut it out.
He's in the clear. Nail him.
He's too fast.
Big guy!
Hold your fire, you might hit Slimer.
Oh, man, now we're in big trouble.
Somehow we have to get Slimer back,
and stop the big guy.
Yeah. But how do you stop
a 300 ton ticked off marshmallow?
With a 500 gallon tub of hot cocoa.
Egon, you're the marshmallow expert.
Stop them.
With what?
Come back with my Slimer.
That Phantom will fry Slimer like an egg.
Great. Slimer is somewhere
on the other side
and here we are,
a bunch of Fluffernutters.
Winston, do you have any rope?
How much do you need?
Be cool big guy,
we'll have you out of there in a jiffy.
Make that two or three jiffies.
Slimer, are you in here?
Any sign of spectral activity?
I can't tell.
Stay Puft's readings are so strong,
nothing else registers.
Then we'll just have
to take our chances.
It's too tight. Our packs won't fit.
Hey! Don't do that.
Egon, our packs.
Slimer, you OK?
Stay Puft is our next problem.
I don't like being stuck.
No problem.
That tickles, Slimer.
I like tickles.
It's so slimy, it just might work.
- That's it, Winston.
- OK. Keep her going.
-Let's go, come on, come on.
-Let's go. All right.
Let's get out of here!
Anybody have any chocolate?
We can make s'mores.
They're way overdue.
What could be keeping them?
I hope nothing's gone wrong.
I hate Phantom.
Him, bad dude.
Big guy. No, no, wait!
Man, he'll destroy the whole city.
I can see the headlines now,
"Big apple flattened by big marshmallow."
Yeah, and we'll be running
a fruit stand in Toledo.
How long before that Stay Puft
leash is fixed, Egon?
Precisely three minutes
and twenty one seconds.
- Let's get in position.
- You got it.
You've got ten seconds, Egon.
Nine, eight
It's working.
Winston, turn left
and head for Battery Park.
That way, big guy, that way.
Come on, big guy, this way, this way.
If he doesn't follow us,
there's gonna be a lot
of disappointed kids.
And a disappointed Mr. Tillis.
I'll give it full power.
All right!
We did it, all right.
Way to go, Egon.
Here he comes.
Roll camera.
What's going on?
The Phantom's gone underground.
We're out of here.
There he is.
He welded the doors shut.
Winston, you haven't given
old Ecto here wings, have you?
I didn't think so.
Phantom do this. He very bad dude.
Anyone bring a bucket?
Yeah, I always carry
a bucket with me everywhere I go.
This is great. Terrific.
You shouldn't bother
have done that, Phantom.
Ghostbusters my friends.
Reel him in, little buddy.
We got him. Peter, trap him.
Ghostbusters ♪
Now, pull back, back.
Wow! What a shot!
Ghostbusters ♪
Slimer, cool the kissing, OK?
Those guys sure know how to put on a show.
Well, here's the money.
They earned every penny.
Well, you Ghostbusters
sure made a lot of kids very happy today.
Our pleasure, good Doctor.
Yeah, and it looks like
the big kid is happiest of all.
Big kid?
Aw, look at the big guy.
His heart's as big as the rest of him.
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