After Vinz Clortho succeeded at possessing Louis Tully's body at the Tavern on the Green, he wandered aimlessly throughout Central Park in human form. Vinz, in search of his partner Zuul, began speaking to a horse asking if it was the Gatekeeper. The Coachman wondered why Louis was talking to his horse (but seeing a potential customer), said the horse's responsibility was to pull the coach; if Louis wanted a ride, then speak with him. Vinz flared his red eyes at him and ran off in a rant, knocking over a woman's bag. The Coachman simply commented, "What an asshole."
- In the September 30, 1983 draft, on pages 79-81, Louis/Vinz asks the Coachman if he's the Gatekeeper and the Coachman sarcastically answers he is the Governor of New Jersey. Louis/Vinz glares at him then his eyes light up then he runs off.
- In Ghostbusters: The Supernatural Spectacular, the Coachman was named Jerry Linz. 
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- Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (Third Draft September 30, 1983) (Script p. 81). Coachman says: "No, I'm the Governor of New Jersey. Now get outta here."
- Mueller, Richard (August 1985). Ghostbusters: The Supernatural Spectacular, p. 162. Tor Books, New York NY USA, ISBN 0812585984. Paragraph reads: "Jerry Linz was having a bad night, first with the wind and then with the damned lightning."