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A powerful high-stakes gambling spirit enjoys toying with the Ghostbusters, trapping them in a steam locomotive at the original New York Penn Station. The guys are forced to play games of chance to move ahead inside the locomotive cars and reach the engine car before it's the end of the line!
 
A powerful high-stakes gambling spirit enjoys toying with the Ghostbusters, trapping them in a steam locomotive at the original New York Penn Station. The guys are forced to play games of chance to move ahead inside the locomotive cars and reach the engine car before it's the end of the line!
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Revision as of 02:15, December 13, 2012

"Slimer Streak"
Real Ghostbusters episode
Episode no. Season 5
Episode 21
Original air date December 23, 1989 (1989-12-23)
Episode chronology
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"Loose Screws"
Next →
"Janine, You've Changed"
Real Ghostbusters: Season 5
Real Ghostbusters: Episode Guide

A powerful high-stakes gambling spirit enjoys toying with the Ghostbusters, trapping them in a steam locomotive at the original New York Penn Station. The guys are forced to play games of chance to move ahead inside the locomotive cars and reach the engine car before it's the end of the line!

Plot

Characters

Trivia

  • The original Pennsylvania Station--prior to it's untimely demise in 1963-- appears in this episode.
  • The Ghostbusters play games of Tag, Pinball, and a Slot machine.
  • Oddly enough, Winston is the one portrayed with an interest in trains, conflicting with the prior Real Ghostbusters episode centered around Peter and trains, Last Train To Oblivion.

Quotes

Gallery

References