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| Starring=[[Jeff Altman]] and [[Frank Welker]]
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| Starring=[[Jeff Altman]]<br />[[Frank Welker]]
| No. of episodes=33
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| No. of episodes=[[Slimer! Season Guide|33]]
 
| Original channel=ABC
 
| Original channel=ABC
| Original run=September 10, 1988 - April 8, 1989
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| Original run=September 10, 1988 -<br />April 8, 1989
 
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'''''Slimer!''''' the animation series was added to [[The Real Ghostbusters]] in Season 4 and was renamed "Slimer! and The Real Ghostbusters. It was reformatted in 1988, to give the show a more kid-friendly atmosphere. The show can best be described as a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warner_Bros._Cartoons Warner Bros.] / [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metro%E2%80%93Goldwyn%E2%80%93Mayer_cartoon_studio MGM] style American animation.
 
'''''Slimer!''''' the animation series was added to [[The Real Ghostbusters]] in Season 4 and was renamed "Slimer! and The Real Ghostbusters. It was reformatted in 1988, to give the show a more kid-friendly atmosphere. The show can best be described as a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warner_Bros._Cartoons Warner Bros.] / [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metro%E2%80%93Goldwyn%E2%80%93Mayer_cartoon_studio MGM] style American animation.
   
In this cartoon series [[Slimer Animated|Slimer]] is the main character. Many of the episodes have little to do with the Ghostbusters franchise and the show was about everyday events for Slimer. Interestingly, he still haunts the [[Sedgewick Hotel Animated|Sedgewick Hotel]] in this show in many episodes as a visiting pest.
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In this cartoon series [[Slimer/Animated|Slimer]] is the main character. Many of the episodes have little to do with the Ghostbusters franchise and the show was about everyday events for Slimer. Interestingly, he still haunts the [[Sedgewick Hotel/Animated|Sedgewick Hotel]] in this show in many episodes as a visiting pest. Slimer was also given some personal enemies (an eccentric scientist named Professor Dweeb who wanted to capture Slimer in order to study him, an alley cat named Manx, a dog named Bruiser, and two ghosts named Goolem and Zugg).
   
 
A [[NOW Comics- Slimer! Series|comic series]] was produced as well for both the UK and the USA like The Real Ghostbusters.
 
A [[Slimer! NOW Comics|comic series]] was produced as well for both the UK and the USA like The Real Ghostbusters.
 
   
 
==Season Guide & Episode Guide==
 
==Season Guide & Episode Guide==
 
*[[Slimer! Season Guide|List according to air dates]]
 
*[[Slimer! Season Guide|List according to air dates]]
*[[The Real Ghostbusters Box Set Volume 5|List according to Dvd Volume 5]]
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*[[The Real Ghostbusters Box Set Volume 5|List according to DVD Volume 5]]
   
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
   
*[[Slimer Animated|Slimer]] (voiced by [[Frank Welker]]) is the star of the show and everything centers around his world. He for the most part enjoys a good meal and a fun time.
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*[[Slimer/Animated|Slimer]] (voiced by [[Frank Welker]]) is the star of the show and everything centers around his world. He for the most part enjoys a good meal and a fun time.
   
*[[Manx]] was a orange scruffy alley cat.
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*[[Manx]] (voiced by Frank Welker) is an orange, scruffy alley cat.
   
*[[Chilly Cooper]] was a singing ice cream truck driver.
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*[[Chilly Cooper]] (voiced by [[Cree Summer]]) is a singing ice cream truck driver.
   
*[[Luigi]] was an Italian chef.
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*[[Luigi]] (voiced by [[Danny Mann]]) is an Italian chef.
   
*[[Rafael]] was the owner of the restaurant that Luigi worked at.
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*[[Rafael]] (voiced by [[Charlie Adler]]) is the owner of the restaurant where Luigi works.
   
*[[Bud]] was the bellboy for the the Sedgewick Hotel.
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*[[Bud]] (voiced by Danny Mann) is the bellboy for the Sedgewick Hotel.
   
*[[Morris Grout]] was the manager of the Sedgewick Hotel.
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*[[Morris Grout]] (voiced by [[Alan Oppenheimer]]) is the manager of the Sedgewick Hotel.
   
*[[Mrs. Van Huego]] was a rich socialite that was at the Sedgewick Hotel.
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*[[Mrs. Van Huego]] (voiced by [[Fay DeWitt]]) is a rich socialite that was at the Sedgewick Hotel.
   
*[[Fred]] is a purple, Scottish Terrier dog that was owned by Mrs. Van Huego.
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*[[Fred]] (voiced by Frank Welker) is a purple Scottish Terrier dog that is owned by Mrs. Van Huego.
   
*[[Rudy]] was a self employed Businessman.
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*[[Rudy]] (voiced by [[Jeff Marder]]) is a self-employed businessman.
   
*[[Goolem]] is a mobster ghost.
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*[[Goolem]] (voiced by Alan Oppenheimer) is a mobster ghost.
   
*[[Zugg]] is Goolem's partner.
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*[[Zugg]] (voiced by Danny Mann) is Goolem's partner.
   
*[[Scareface (Character)|Scareface]] is Goolem and Zugg's boss.
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*[[Scareface (Character)|Scareface]] (first voiced by [[B.J. Ward]], then by Frank Welker) is Goolem and Zugg's boss, and the latter's uncle.
   
*[[Professor Dweeb]] (voiced by [[Jeff Altman]]) is wanting to get Slimer to study him, and to prove he is more of a scientist than the Ghostbusters.
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*[[Professor Dweeb]] (voiced by [[Jeff Altman]]) wants to capture Slimer, study him, and prove he is more of a scientist than the Ghostbusters.
   
*[[Elizabeth]] is the poodle that is with, and frequently bites, Professor Dweeb.
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*[[Elizabeth]] (voiced by Charlie Adler) is the poodle that is with, and frequently bites, Professor Dweeb.
   
*[[Mrs. Stone]] is the tough woman that appears as a security guard, nurse, and lifeguard.
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*[[Mrs. Stone]] (voiced by Cree Summer) is the tough woman that appears as a security guard, nurse, and lifeguard.
   
*[[Bruiser]] is a mean dog that is muscular.
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*[[Bruiser]] (voiced by Danny Mann) is a mean dog that is muscular.
   
*[[Junior Ghostbusters]] Donald (voiced by [[Danny McMurphy]])
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*[[Junior Ghostbusters|Junior Ghostbuster]] Donald (voiced by [[Danny McMurphy]])
   
*[[Junior Ghostbusters]] Catherine (voiced by [[April Hong]])
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*Junior Ghostbuster Catherine (voiced by [[April Hong]])
   
*[[Junior Ghostbusters]] Jason (voiced by [[Katie Leigh]])
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*Junior Ghostbuster Jason (voiced by [[Katie Leigh]])
   
*[[Ray Stantz Animated|Ray Stantz]] (voiced by [[Frank Welker]]) is a close friend of Slimer's and a Ghostbuster.
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*[[Ray Stantz/Animated|Ray Stantz]] (voiced by Frank Welker) is a close friend of Slimer's and a Ghostbuster.
   
*[[Peter Venkman Animated|Peter Venkman]] (voiced by [[Dave Coulier]]) is a fast-talking Ghostbuster.
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*[[Peter Venkman/Animated|Peter Venkman]] (voiced by [[Dave Coulier]]) is a fast-talking Ghostbuster.
   
*[[Egon Spengler Animated|Egon Spengler]] (voiced by [[Maurice LaMarche]]) is another Ghostbuster.
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*[[Egon Spengler/Animated|Egon Spengler]] (voiced by [[Maurice LaMarche]]) is another Ghostbuster.
   
*[[Winston Zeddemore Animated|Winston Zeddemore]] (voiced by [[Buster Jones]]) is another one of the Ghostbusters.
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*[[Winston Zeddemore/Animated|Winston Zeddemore]] (voiced by [[Buster Jones]]) is another one of the Ghostbusters.
   
*[[Janine Melnitz Animated|Janine Melnitz]] (voiced by [[Kath Soucie]]) is the secretary of the Ghostbusters.
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*[[Janine Melnitz/Animated|Janine Melnitz]] (voiced by [[Kath Soucie]]) is the secretary of the Ghostbusters.
   
*[[Sleaze]] is a ghost that the Ghostbusters caught that later gets free, and Slimer has to get him back.
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*The [[Sleaze]] (voiced by Jeff Altman) is a ghost caught by the Ghostbusters that later gets free, and Slimer has to get him back.
   
 
==Vehicles==
 
==Vehicles==
   
*[[Ice Cream Truck]] is Chilly Cooper's vehicle.
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*The [[Ice Cream Truck]] is Chilly Cooper's vehicle.
   
*[[Ecto-1 Animated|Ecto-1]] is the prime vehicle used by the Ghostbusters.
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*[[Dweeb's Van]] is Professor Dweeb's vehicle.
   
*[[Ecto-Junior]] is the vehicle used by the Junior Ghostbusters.
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*[[Ecto-1/Animated|Ecto-1]] is the primary vehicle used by the Ghostbusters.
   
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*[[Ecto-Junior]] is the vehicle used by the Junior Ghostbusters.
   
 
==Places/Locations==
 
==Places/Locations==
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*[[Firehouse Animated|Firehouse]]
 
*[[Firehouse Animated|Firehouse]]
   
*[[Sedgewick Hotel Animated|Sedgewick Hotel]]
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*[[Sedgewick Hotel/Animated|Sedgewick Hotel]]
 
   
 
==DVD Releases==
 
==DVD Releases==
   
The [[The Real Ghostbusters Dvd Box Set|Box Set]] which has all 33 episodes of the Slimer! show was released through Time-Life.
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The [[The Real Ghostbusters DVD Box Set|DVD box set]], released by Time-Life in 2008, contains all 33 episodes of the Slimer! show.
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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*An unused episode called "A Star is Born" starts with Slimer sleeping over at the Junior Ghostbusters' clubhouse. They ask Slimer what his childhood was like. Slimer reminisces back to when he was a ghost at the Sedgewick Hotel before the Ghostbusters went into business. He and the other ghosts had fun and banquets until two evil spirits named Goolem and Zugg moved in. <ref>Kaufman, Charles, Janson, Len & Menville, Chuck (1988). ''Slimer! Series Bible (Revised Final 3/9/88)" Script p. 30. DIC Enterprises, Inc.</ref> <ref>[http://www.theraffon.net/~spookcentral/scblog/index.php/2015/05/24/slimer-series-bible-aamp-more-ghostbuste Spook Central "Slimer Series Bible & More Ghostbusters eBooks Added" 5/24/15]</ref>
When the Slimer! segments were used, many characters from those segments are seen in the intro. Bud is seen opening the door for a "hotel guest" that turns out to be a monster and Luigi, Chilly Cooper, and Slimer are seen driving an ice cream truck to escape a pizza creature. Even Professor Dweeb appears in the beginning of the intro (with Elizabeth) trying to blast Slimer.
 
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**It appears aspects of this episode evolved into "Scareface"
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*An unused episode called "The Bad Seed" involved Rudy and Slimer as gardeners for hire who have to deal with a fern growing out of control before their wealthy benefactor and her big, burly chauffeur returns. <ref>Kaufman, Charles, Janson, Len & Menville, Chuck (1988). ''Slimer! Series Bible (Revised Final 3/9/88)" Script p. 33-34. DIC Enterprises, Inc.</ref>
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**It appears aspects of this episode evolved into "Go-pher It!"
 
*When the Slimer! segments were used, many characters from those segments are seen in the intro. Bud is seen opening the door for a "hotel guest" that turns out to be a monster and Luigi, Chilly Cooper, and Slimer are seen driving an ice cream truck to escape a pizza creature. Even Professor Dweeb appears in the beginning of the intro (with Elizabeth) trying to blast Slimer.
 
*The "Real Ghostbusters" spinoff also had a [[NOW Comics- Slimer! Series|NOW Comics version]]. Some of the stories published included follow up material from the episodes and original pulp for readers.
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===References in IDW Comics===
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 11|Ghostbusters Volume 1 #11]]:
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**On Cover B, the Tourist Alien from "Space Case" is in the last L
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 2-1|Ghostbusters Volume 2 #1]]:
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**On Page 2, the Ritz Cafe acts as a stand-in for the Tavern on the Green.
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**On Page 5, the marker Egon was using has Manx's name on it.
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 2-3|Ghostbusters Volume 2 #3]]:
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**On Page 13, Janine runs into the wall of Bijou Theatre from "Movie Madness". The Uptown Hotel is from "Out with Grout".
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 2-5|Ghostbusters Volume 2 #5]]:
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**On Page 19, by Egon is a directory that references Gumball's Department Store from "Cash or Slime".
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 2-13|Ghostbusters Volume 2 #13]]:
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**On Page 15, in the refrigerator is Luigi's Fresh Pizza Dough, a nod to Luigi.
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**On Page 20, on the stand is the Freaky Flakes cereal box with the Super Duper Spy Kit ad from "Dr. Strangedog".
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 2-14|Ghostbusters Volume 2 #14]]:
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**On Page 12, still in Dana's kitchen from last issue are the Freaky Flakes cereal box with the Super Duper Spy Kit ad from "Dr. Strangedog".
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 2-18|Ghostbusters Volume 2 #18]]:
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**On Page 12, on the wall between Kas and Tiyah is a portrait of Luigi.
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 2-20|Ghostbusters Volume 2 #20]]:
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**On Page 3, in the storage room is the canister of Rocket Fuel on the table by the tool box is from "Go-pher It".
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**On Page 9, in the last panel on the right is Mrs. Van Huego.
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters 2|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters #2]]:
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**On Page 16, there is an ad for the Bijou Theatre, seen in "Movie Madness".
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**On Page 20, in the box by the stairs is a copy of a Flex-O-Man Comic from "Room at the Top".
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters 4|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters #4]]:
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**On Page 4, in panel 2, still in the box on the file cabinet is a Flex-O-Man Comic "Room at the Top".
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters Get Real 2|Ghostbusters: Get Real #2]]:
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**On Page 16, in the bottom right corner are the Ghostbusters from Slimer!
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters Get Real 3|Ghostbusters: Get Real #3]]:
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**On Page 7, Janine recalls Slimer's encounters with mice. In the animated continuity, Slimer has met one in "A Mouse in the House".
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**On Page 20, in the last panel, left of Peter in the box is a book with the cover from Slimer! #1 of the NOW Comics series.
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters Annual 2015|Ghostbusters Annual 2015]]:
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**On Page 38, the name of the ice cream truck may be a nod to Chilly Cooper.
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*On page 12 of [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 101 2|Ghostbusters 101 #2]], in panel 1, on the top left monitor screens is the title card from the intro sequence of Slimer! and The Real Ghostbusters.
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*On page 12 of [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 101 3|Ghostbusters 101 #3]], in panel 3, on the cork board is the first page of the Slimer! bible.
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*On March 27, 2018, [[Erik Burnham]] posted the Crossing Over Virtual Trading Card 11 of 50, the "Saturday Morning" Ghostbusters from Slimer!, revealing they occupy Dimension 68-Q. <ref>[https://twitter.com/erikburnham/status/978775756024242176 erikburnham Tweet 3/27/18]</ref>
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters Crossing Over 2|Ghostbusters Crossing Over #2]]:
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**On Page 20, in the upper left are Egon, Peter, Ray, and Winston from Slimer! appear as the [[Ghostbusters of Dimension 68-Q]] alongside The Real Ghostbusters of 68-R and Extreme Ghostbusters of 68-E.
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters Crossing Over 3|Ghostbusters Crossing Over #3]]:
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**The team appears again.
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters Crossing Over 4|Ghostbusters Crossing Over #4]]:
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**On Page 21, the team's dimension is mentioned.
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters Crossing Over 5|Ghostbusters Crossing Over #5]]:
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**On Page 1, Slimer appears.
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*In [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 35th Anniversary: Ghostbusters|Ghostbusters 35th Anniversary: Ghostbusters]]:
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**On Page 9, in panel 5, left of Winston is Professor Dweeb.
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==References==
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<references/>
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==Gallery==
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===Press Materials===
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<gallery widths="125" position="center" captionalign="left">
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Slimer press photo1.jpg|Press Photo
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Slimer press photo2.jpg|Press Photo
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</gallery>
   
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===Secondary Canon===
The "Real GB" spinoff also had a NOW Comics version. Some of the stories published included follow up material from the episodes and original pulp for readers.
 
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<gallery widths="125" position="center" captionalign="left">
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Slimer!GetRealIssue2Page16.jpg|As seen in [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters Get Real 2|Ghostbusters: Get Real Issue #2]]
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CaitBanner11.jpg|As seen in [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 101 2|Ghostbusters 101 #2]]
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KrispyKremeGhostbustersPromotionIDW101Issue3.jpg|Non-canon cameo seen in [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters 101 3|Ghostbusters 101 #3]]
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CrossingOverVirtualTradingCardNo11Slimer!Ghostbusters.jpg|Crossing Over Virtual Trading Card #11 3/27/2018
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SaturdayMorningGhostbustersCrossingOver01.jpg|As seen in [[IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters Crossing Over 2|Ghostbusters Crossing Over #2]]
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</gallery>
 
[[Category:Slimer!]]
 
[[Category:Slimer!]]
 
[[Category:Animated Series]]
 
[[Category:Animated Series]]

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Slimer! the animation series was added to The Real Ghostbusters in Season 4 and was renamed "Slimer! and The Real Ghostbusters. It was reformatted in 1988, to give the show a more kid-friendly atmosphere. The show can best be described as a Warner Bros. / MGM style American animation.

In this cartoon series Slimer is the main character. Many of the episodes have little to do with the Ghostbusters franchise and the show was about everyday events for Slimer. Interestingly, he still haunts the Sedgewick Hotel in this show in many episodes as a visiting pest. Slimer was also given some personal enemies (an eccentric scientist named Professor Dweeb who wanted to capture Slimer in order to study him, an alley cat named Manx, a dog named Bruiser, and two ghosts named Goolem and Zugg).

A comic series was produced as well for both the UK and the USA like The Real Ghostbusters.

Season Guide & Episode Guide

Characters

  • Slimer (voiced by Frank Welker) is the star of the show and everything centers around his world. He for the most part enjoys a good meal and a fun time.
  • Manx (voiced by Frank Welker) is an orange, scruffy alley cat.
  • Bud (voiced by Danny Mann) is the bellboy for the Sedgewick Hotel.
  • Fred (voiced by Frank Welker) is a purple Scottish Terrier dog that is owned by Mrs. Van Huego.
  • Goolem (voiced by Alan Oppenheimer) is a mobster ghost.
  • Zugg (voiced by Danny Mann) is Goolem's partner.
  • Scareface (first voiced by B.J. Ward, then by Frank Welker) is Goolem and Zugg's boss, and the latter's uncle.
  • Professor Dweeb (voiced by Jeff Altman) wants to capture Slimer, study him, and prove he is more of a scientist than the Ghostbusters.
  • Elizabeth (voiced by Charlie Adler) is the poodle that is with, and frequently bites, Professor Dweeb.
  • Mrs. Stone (voiced by Cree Summer) is the tough woman that appears as a security guard, nurse, and lifeguard.
  • Bruiser (voiced by Danny Mann) is a mean dog that is muscular.
  • Junior Ghostbuster Catherine (voiced by April Hong)
  • Ray Stantz (voiced by Frank Welker) is a close friend of Slimer's and a Ghostbuster.
  • The Sleaze (voiced by Jeff Altman) is a ghost caught by the Ghostbusters that later gets free, and Slimer has to get him back.

Vehicles

  • Ecto-1 is the primary vehicle used by the Ghostbusters.
  • Ecto-Junior is the vehicle used by the Junior Ghostbusters.

Places/Locations

DVD Releases

The DVD box set, released by Time-Life in 2008, contains all 33 episodes of the Slimer! show.

Trivia

  • An unused episode called "A Star is Born" starts with Slimer sleeping over at the Junior Ghostbusters' clubhouse. They ask Slimer what his childhood was like. Slimer reminisces back to when he was a ghost at the Sedgewick Hotel before the Ghostbusters went into business. He and the other ghosts had fun and banquets until two evil spirits named Goolem and Zugg moved in. [1] [2]
    • It appears aspects of this episode evolved into "Scareface"
  • An unused episode called "The Bad Seed" involved Rudy and Slimer as gardeners for hire who have to deal with a fern growing out of control before their wealthy benefactor and her big, burly chauffeur returns. [3]
    • It appears aspects of this episode evolved into "Go-pher It!"
  • When the Slimer! segments were used, many characters from those segments are seen in the intro. Bud is seen opening the door for a "hotel guest" that turns out to be a monster and Luigi, Chilly Cooper, and Slimer are seen driving an ice cream truck to escape a pizza creature. Even Professor Dweeb appears in the beginning of the intro (with Elizabeth) trying to blast Slimer.
  • The "Real Ghostbusters" spinoff also had a NOW Comics version. Some of the stories published included follow up material from the episodes and original pulp for readers.

References in IDW Comics

  • In Ghostbusters Volume 1 #11:
    • On Cover B, the Tourist Alien from "Space Case" is in the last L
  • In Ghostbusters Volume 2 #1:
    • On Page 2, the Ritz Cafe acts as a stand-in for the Tavern on the Green.
    • On Page 5, the marker Egon was using has Manx's name on it.
  • In Ghostbusters Volume 2 #3:
    • On Page 13, Janine runs into the wall of Bijou Theatre from "Movie Madness". The Uptown Hotel is from "Out with Grout".
  • In Ghostbusters Volume 2 #5:
    • On Page 19, by Egon is a directory that references Gumball's Department Store from "Cash or Slime".
  • In Ghostbusters Volume 2 #13:
    • On Page 15, in the refrigerator is Luigi's Fresh Pizza Dough, a nod to Luigi.
    • On Page 20, on the stand is the Freaky Flakes cereal box with the Super Duper Spy Kit ad from "Dr. Strangedog".
  • In Ghostbusters Volume 2 #14:
    • On Page 12, still in Dana's kitchen from last issue are the Freaky Flakes cereal box with the Super Duper Spy Kit ad from "Dr. Strangedog".
  • In Ghostbusters Volume 2 #18:
    • On Page 12, on the wall between Kas and Tiyah is a portrait of Luigi.
  • In Ghostbusters Volume 2 #20:
    • On Page 3, in the storage room is the canister of Rocket Fuel on the table by the tool box is from "Go-pher It".
    • On Page 9, in the last panel on the right is Mrs. Van Huego.
  • In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters #2:
    • On Page 16, there is an ad for the Bijou Theatre, seen in "Movie Madness".
    • On Page 20, in the box by the stairs is a copy of a Flex-O-Man Comic from "Room at the Top".
  • In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters #4:
    • On Page 4, in panel 2, still in the box on the file cabinet is a Flex-O-Man Comic "Room at the Top".
  • In Ghostbusters: Get Real #2:
    • On Page 16, in the bottom right corner are the Ghostbusters from Slimer!
  • In Ghostbusters: Get Real #3:
    • On Page 7, Janine recalls Slimer's encounters with mice. In the animated continuity, Slimer has met one in "A Mouse in the House".
    • On Page 20, in the last panel, left of Peter in the box is a book with the cover from Slimer! #1 of the NOW Comics series.
  • In Ghostbusters Annual 2015:
    • On Page 38, the name of the ice cream truck may be a nod to Chilly Cooper.
  • On page 12 of Ghostbusters 101 #2, in panel 1, on the top left monitor screens is the title card from the intro sequence of Slimer! and The Real Ghostbusters.
  • On page 12 of Ghostbusters 101 #3, in panel 3, on the cork board is the first page of the Slimer! bible.
  • On March 27, 2018, Erik Burnham posted the Crossing Over Virtual Trading Card 11 of 50, the "Saturday Morning" Ghostbusters from Slimer!, revealing they occupy Dimension 68-Q. [4]
  • In Ghostbusters Crossing Over #2:
    • On Page 20, in the upper left are Egon, Peter, Ray, and Winston from Slimer! appear as the Ghostbusters of Dimension 68-Q alongside The Real Ghostbusters of 68-R and Extreme Ghostbusters of 68-E.
  • In Ghostbusters Crossing Over #3:
    • The team appears again.
  • In Ghostbusters Crossing Over #4:
    • On Page 21, the team's dimension is mentioned.
  • In Ghostbusters Crossing Over #5:
    • On Page 1, Slimer appears.
  • In Ghostbusters 35th Anniversary: Ghostbusters:
    • On Page 9, in panel 5, left of Winston is Professor Dweeb.

References

  1. Kaufman, Charles, Janson, Len & Menville, Chuck (1988). Slimer! Series Bible (Revised Final 3/9/88)" Script p. 30. DIC Enterprises, Inc.
  2. Spook Central "Slimer Series Bible & More Ghostbusters eBooks Added" 5/24/15
  3. Kaufman, Charles, Janson, Len & Menville, Chuck (1988). Slimer! Series Bible (Revised Final 3/9/88)" Script p. 33-34. DIC Enterprises, Inc.
  4. erikburnham Tweet 3/27/18

Gallery

Press Materials

Secondary Canon

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