The Real Ghostbusters (1986) s03e13 Episode Script

Camping It Up

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! ♪
Man, I am definitely
looking forward to this vacation.
Yeah. I don't want to hear
the word ghost for the whole week.
I still don't think we should leave
all our equipment.
I feel naked without it.
Well, you don't look naked.
Thank goodness.
Wait a minute, guys.
Aren't we forgetting someone?
Hey, cool out, Slimer.
OK, I'm here. Let's go.
Hold it, Winston.
Let's have a look in your bags.
Just as I thought.
Slimer, put it back.
Oh, Ray. Please, please.
It won't work. Go.
We're off!
This is going to be fantastic!
I can believe we're actually moving.
I told you to go before we left.
Hey, Ray, you're the ex-boy scout.
Any idea where we're going?
No problem.
I know these woods
like the back of my hand.
It's just a little puddle. No big deal.
Come on, just a little more.
That's what you said an hour ago.
This camping trip hasn't been
all that great so far, Ray.
Hey, it could be worse.
Look at the bright side,
it just nature's way
of washing off the mud.
Here we are.
Ooh, dang it!
OK, everyone together
for a group picture.
Say cheese.
Janine, time to set-up camp.
Hmm, must be something wrong
with the film.
Hey, Egon, it will be dark soon.
Better get your tent pitched.
Excellent idea, Winston.
That's your tent?
Egon, that is absolutely brilliant.
Thank you.
It was just something
I put together in my spare time.
Can I try out the Jacuzzi?
I don't believe you, guys.
I thought we were
supposed to be roughing it.
Yeah, and speaking of roughing it,
this fell out of your knapsack, Peter.
Hey, come on, you can't expect me to
miss Moonlighting.
This is what I like
best about camping,
roasting marshmallows.
Me too!
Slimer, you're not going to eat all of
That was a dumb question.
Um, excuse me, I gotta go to
the little ghost's room.
I don't think they have
a little ghost's room out here, Slimer.
But there's plenty of tress.
Out there?
Will you go with me, Winston?
OK, Slimer, come on.
Man, the things I got to do in this job.
Go behind the tree,
Slimer, I'll wait here.
You promise?
Yeah, I promise.
A monster, a monster, Winston!
What monster?
Over there, behind the tree.
There's your monster, Slimer.
Come on, let's get back to camp.
There was this little town, see.
And one night during the full moon
these two kids, brother and sister,
were taking a short cut
through a spooky graveyard
on their way to visit a friend.
All of a sudden,
they hear this eerie
howl that sounded like a wolf.
They started to run.
Something was watching
them from the shadows of the gravestone.
And it suddenly reached out
and grabbed their arms.
They screamed!
It was their friend,
Harold, playing a trick on them.
Then theyThey heard footsteps
coming towards them.
And they started to run.
And the thing behind them
it started running too.
And they ran to the cemetery gate
but it was locked.
And the footsteps got closer.
And closer
And closer
And then
around the corner came the
cemetery night watchman.
And the night watchman said,
"What are you kids doing out here?
"Don't you know there's
a werewolf on the loose?"
So, the night watchman
let them out the gate
and went back into the cemetery.
Then the brother and sister turned
to Harold and said,
"We better go home."
And Harold said
Shouldn't we see what's out there?
Good thinking, Janine.
I don't see anything.
Me either.
Perhaps it was just
a case of hyper active imagination
induced by Ray's story.
Yeah, it happens all the time.
Relax, bud, there's nothing out there.
What's wrong, Slimer?
Nothing out there.
You probably
just saw another tree, Slimer.
See, nothing here.
Oh yeah?
What could have made footprints that big?
- Sasquatch.
- Gesundheit.
No, I mean, these tracks may have been
made by a Sasquatch.
More commonly known as a Bigfoot.
They're supposed to be harmless.
Yeah, as long as
you don't dance with them.
Let's check out these woods.
I don't know about you guys,
but I'd feel a lot more comfortable
with the proton pack on my back.
Egon, you sly devil.
You had to bring at least
one piece of equipment, didn't you?
Hmm, I'm getting very odd readings.
A real Sasquatch.
He's giving out some very strong
P.K.E readings.
He's not a ghost.
I don't know, Raymond.
I knew it, I just knew it.
I knew we couldn't go a whole week without
something weird happening.
Looks more afraid of
us than we are of him.
I wouldn't bet on that, Winston.
Come on down, Bigfoot.
We won't hurt you.
Here you go.
You must be starved.
Let's take him back to camp and feed him.
Come on, Bigfoot,
I'll make to a nice dinner.
Something tells me this is a big mistake.
Yeah, we're lucky he didn't eat the tents.
Gee, I never had anyone
like my cooking that much.
In fact, I've never had
anyone like my cooking.
I vote that we all hit the sack.
All campers opposed raise your hands.
My kind of campers.
Slimer wants to know
where Bigfoot's going to sleep.
In the woods. Where else?
Sasquatch aren't accustomed to
civilized comforts.
They prefer to be
in one with nature and
Looks like he rather
be at one with your bed, Egon.
I don't remember ordering a wake-up call.
I've never seen lightning
like that before.
Readings of Cherenkov radiation.
It could represent damage
to the space time continuum.
I hate it when he says things like that.
Are you all right, Janine?
Yeah, thanks, Egon.
OK, ready, set, heave!
This is no way for
a grown man to make a living.
Poor baby. The lightning scared him.
Of course.
It all makes sense now.
Oh, yeah, clear as mud.
Don't let him get away.
Egon, what's going on?
The readings indicate that
Bigfoot here is the nexus of
the space time disturbances.
You mean, Bigfoot
is the cause of all of this?
Not intentionally, I'm sure.
But somehow he's directly connected to it.
And if we don't find out how to stop it,
the build-up of cosmic forces
could be disastrous.
Oh, no!
Slimer, get up there and get him down now!
We don't have much time.
We don't have time for this you big ape.
Now come down from there.
Gang way!
Are you OK, big guy?
Hey! Is he OK?
The disturbances
are reaching critical level.
Oh, what's the matter, Bigfoot?
How is Bigfoot connected
to this light show?
I would theorize that Bigfoot
comes from another dimension
and that he came here through a time warp.
Slimer says that Bigfoot came from
a hole in the noisy water.
How can water have a hole in it?
Maybe it's hard water.
It appears he lives down river.
Looks like we're going to get wet
looking for that hole he came out of.
Not necessarily.
Trouble ahead.
This is worse than busting ghosts.
He says this is the noisy water.
Then where's the hole?
I was afraid he would say that.
OK, Let's go.
It's a door between our world and another.
Well, I can't say it hasn't been
interesting, Bigfoot.
He's afraid to go in by himself.
He wants us to take him.
Why aren't I surprised?
Come on, fur-face, let's go.
Oh, no.
We have to get Bigfoot back to his world
and return to our own
to restore the cosmic balance.
Over there.
The portal is closing.
No time for long goodbyes, Bigfoot.
So long!
Keep those inter-dimensional
postcards coming, pal.
Time to go!
Come on,
or we'll be trapped in limbo forever.
We made it.
Everything is back to normal.
Whatever that is.
Huh, great.
Now can we go back to camp?
OhI thought as long as we were here,
we could get in some fishing.
Be careful with that, Peter.
Relax, Egon, I know what I'm doing.
Look out!
Way to go, Peter.
Well since we're unpacked again,
why don't we stay for a few more days.
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