The Real Ghostbusters

Season 3 Episode 3

Slimer, Is That You?

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Aired Unknown Sep 26, 1987 on ABC
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Slimer, Is That You?
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Egon is set to have a battle of intelligence against a powerful demon, but unfortunately he and Slimer accidentally exchange minds.

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  • Slimer the intelligent ghost!

    9.5
    This episode is by far one of the best Real Ghostbusters episodes of all time. New York City has fallen victom to its newest ghost, and who are you gonna call? What the ghostbusters soon find out is that this ghost is unlike any other, this ghost is very intelligent and wants to battle wits with Egon. Unfortunately while back at the station house Slimer and Egon have their minds exchanged with one another, which brings forth another problem. This episode is definitely a classic and deservies to be released on DVD along with the rest of the Real Ghostbusters episodes/seasons!moreless
Lorenzo Music

Lorenzo Music

voice of Peter Venkman (Season 1-2)

Laura Summer

Laura Summer

voice of Janine Melnitz (Season 1-2)

Kath Soucie

Kath Soucie

voice of Janine Melnitz (Season 3-7)

Arsenio Hall

Arsenio Hall

voice of Winston Zeddemore (Season 1-3)

Rodger Bumpass

Rodger Bumpass

voice of Louis Tully (Season 5-6)

Dave Coulier

Dave Coulier

voice of Peter Venkman (Season 3-7)

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

voice of Ray Stantz / Slimer

Recurring Role

Maurice LaMarche

Maurice LaMarche

voice of Egon Spengler/The Master Of Shadows

Recurring Role

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    • This episode takes place before "Transylvania Homesick Blues", as Janine and Peter both have their original voices. It's an excellent episode (JMS wrote it) but falls prey to the common error of having the character's voices magically switch along with the brains. Having Frank Welker(the voice of Slimer) and Maurice LaMarche(the voice of Egon) try to imitate each other would've been more interesting and more accurate to boot.

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