After some kids vandalize a local Synagogue they turn up encased inside some odd clay. Turns out the kids were friends of Garretts from Brooklyn Heights and now more of them want to get revenge with Garrett's help. But when more of them get hurt by this clay monster brought to life by ancient scrolls, will the Extreme Ghostbusters be able to save the day?
- "A very strong episode with a very strong message about hate and racism. One of the most controversial and poignent episodes to date." - Shannon Muir
- "You can't really get into that level of complexity in a 22-minute animated show, there isn't that much room. The characters will grow over the arc of the series, and after a couple of shows, you'll have a pretty good idea of who they are and what they stand for. There are some fairly deep issues covered in some of the individual shows, however. One of Marty and Bob's early episodes deals with racism and religious intolerance, for instance, and they do an excellent job with those issues." - Steve Perry
- Garrett Miller: "Don't call me G-Man, only my friends can call me that."