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Mr.Slimeman 04:07, 4 March 2009 (UTC) 04:07, 4 March 2009 (UTC) Ya know, reading this article brings me back to my childhood and makes me remember how much this ghost scared the shit out of me. I mean, a strange and creepy villain who comes to your window and asks you to come and play. Then you open the window and your transform into a monster, dude that is scary and somewhat realistic. Geez, I'm getting creeped out just thinking about it.

Yeah

Totally creepy guy. The original cartoon seriously is so creepy. Whats really weird is the episode is in season 3 which was the supposed to be the more kid friendly season. Thank God this came out to save the season! Devilmanozzy 04:13, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

Mr.Slimeman 04:49, 4 March 2009 (UTC) This was the third season, hmm. I hardly saw the original episodes outside of the ones starring Samhain on Youtube. However, from what I can tell from the two episodes on the Ghostbusters II DVD, the later episodes were more kid friendly (which is sad). While Ghostbusters is a comedy and I really like Slimer (alot), I don't appreciate a pure kid friendly situation. The first episodes were much better, good comedy and dark tones (the opening however was more lively and cool though). I saw nearly all of the Extreme Ghostbuster episodes and they were darker, but sometimes, they were too dark. I really hate seeing the Ghostbusters get turned into these various creatures or get a really bad fate. Particularly Roland, has anybody counted how many times something happened to that guy, why pick on the black guy.

Voice

Is there a reason why the Grundel's voice sounds different in The Grundel than it does later in Grundelesque? In his first appearance, he has a raspy, reptilian-sounding voice more befitting his appearing as being basically a lizard in a hat and trenchcoat, but in the later series, his voice is deeper, more relaxed... charismatic even. Kooshmeister (talk) 23:33, November 4, 2016 (UTC)

One was RGB and one was EGB so I would guess a different voice actor and/or different voice director - thus a different decision on how to approach the character in the recording booth. Mrmichaelt (talk) 00:15, November 5, 2016 (UTC)
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