C-List Ghosts of the Real Ghostbusters:
Afterlife in the Fast Lane
This episode has only a single scene with minor ghosts, but it's a good one, set in a netherworld saloon. The
very first denizen we see is this fantastically alien-looking being with an exposed brain, a trunk-like mouth and
a cool knobbly spine. It's vaguely reminiscent of the "space jockey" from the first
Alien film, and was
immediately one of my favorite ghosts of the series.
The Real Ghostbusters is copyright 1984 Columbia Pictures
The tavern's chef (chef? No bartender? Maybe it's a breakfast place) is an uncommonly hideous being - even
for this show - with a truly nasty, slobbery-looking face.
A mummy would seem like an oddly "conventional" creature to appear in The Real Ghostbusters, until it shows
us its protruding teeth, its only visible feature.
This hairy ogre is probably the least interesting ghost in the scene, but it's here for completeness. At least it's
amusingly dressed.
A lovely, pulsating blob of eyes is the very last customer we see in this ghastly pit-stop.