C-List Ghosts of the Real Ghostbusters:
The Hole in the Wall Gang
This episode begins, as so many television shows ought to, with an old man ranting in bed about Kangaroos
before he melts into a puddle of ectoplasm. This is neither explained nor ever mentioned again, but prompts
the maid to call the Ghostbusters.
The Real Ghostbusters is copyright 1984 Columbia Pictures
As it turns out, this ancient manor produces ghosts from any hole made in its decrepit walls; ghosts in direct
proportion to the size of said holes. As the Ghostbusters wreak accidental havoc in their own special way, they
unleash all manner of cute, tiny spooks, including a pair of haunted boxer shorts and something with a ghostly
face awkwardly embedded in its neck.
I always remembered this springy, toothy creature. I wonder if there's a face on its opposite end?
In one parade of the paranormal, we have a neat-looking mouth creature, a weird sock-wearing chicken and a
flat, panel-shaped monster with two different faces.
Nothing in this episode, however, beats this precious little banana ghost, in either one of its momentary
appearances. I'd wager not much in the entire series beats a banana ghost. Banana ghost! Would this even
scare you?! I'd refrain from naming it a
boonana, but I'm afraid I just did.