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Slimer

Slimer cartoon

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At the start of the third season in 1988, with the series' renaming, it was given a one-hour time slot. In addition to the regular thirty-minute Real Ghostbusters episode, a half-hour Slimer sub-series was added that included 2–3 short animated segments focusing on the character Slimer. At the end of its six season run, 147 episodes had aired, including the syndicated episodes and 13 episodes of Slimer, with multiple episodes airing out of production order. The segments added several characters as friends of Slimer, plus an antagonist, Professor Norman Dweeb, an archetypical mad scientist usually accompanied by a pink poodle named Elizabeth. Dweeb wants to capture Slimer to experiment on him and to gain personal glory. Dweeb also made three appearances in the main series, one a clip show from the last two seasons. One of the ghosts from the Slimer cartoons, the Sleaze, also reappeared in The Real Ghostbusters to be captured a second time.

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SLIMER! EPISODES
SLIMER FOR HIRE
CRUSINE FOR A BRUSIN'
NOTHING TO SNEEZE AT
A MOUSE IN THE HOUSE
CASH OR SLIME
DOCTOR DWEEB, I PRESUME
QUICKSLIMER MESSENGER SERVICE
PIGEON-COOP
GO-PHER IT
STICKY FINGERS
DON'T TEASE THE SLEAZE
ROOM AT THE TOP
TEA BUT NO SYMPATHY
SPECIAL DELIVERY
OUT WITH GROUT
DR. STRANGEDOG
SLIMER'S SILLY SYMPHONY
LITTLE GREEN SLIMING HOOD
MONKEY SEE, MONKET DON'T
BEACH BLANKET BRUISER
CLASS CLOWN
DOG DAYS
THE DIRTY HALF-DOZEN
MOVIE MADNESS
SHOW DOG SHOWDOWN
THE NOT-SO-GREAT OUTDOORS
UNIDENTIFIED SLIMMING OBJECT
UP CLOSE AND TOO PERSONAL
SWEET REVENGE
RAINT DAY SLIMER
SLIMER & THE BEANSTALK
SPACE CASE
SCAREFACE
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