Marsha was a game show assistant worked for a short lived show called "Race the Devil."
Marsha, a servant of Dyb Devlin, acted as his assistant in the physical plane. She was in charge of gathering and selecting contestants for Devlin's show, "Race the Devil." She was tough as nails, and rude to the contestants, even calling them animals. When Devlin transported to his realm, Marsha was present to assist with the real game, "You Bet Your Afterlife." After the Ghostbusters won and demolished the arena, Marsha appeared to have fled with the audience.
- Although Marsha dislikes humans (calling them animals), she has no tolerance for slackers or people who ask too many questions.
- On page two of Ghostbusters: Get Real Issue #1, Natasha's design is partly inspired by Marsha's human form.
- ↑ Marsha Goodman (1986). Episode Call Sheet and SAG Report - "The Devil to Pay" (1986).
- ↑ Dyb Devlin (2009). The Real Ghostbusters - "The Devil to Pay" (1987) (DVD ts. 12:25-12:30). Time Life Entertainment. Dyb says: "My lovely assistant Marsha stands before a single word, 20 letters."