chumbucket - 2016-05-19 Too much slimer. How unfortunate.
MongoMcMichael - 2016-05-19 Larry's in this one.
Larry will be scared.
Larry will hold the trap.
Don't forget about Larry!
Killer Joe - 2016-05-19 Alright, who's the manchild that can walk us though the change from the old version to... this?
Nominal - 2016-05-19 In this one, Slimer can possess computers and disable your Facebook buttons.
sasazuka - 2016-05-26 Isn't this also the point where Venkman's voice switched from Lorenzo Music to Dave Coulier?
EvilHomer - 2016-05-19 Slimer was the best part of Ghostbusters.
Nikon - 2016-05-19 In this he feels more like Poochy.
EvilHomer - 2016-05-19 Same with Scrappy and Scooby.
Grumpy old manchildren hated Slimer and Scrappy, but that's because they'd already outgrown cartoons by the time Slimer and Scrappy broke onto the scene, and therefore couldn't understand the brilliance of those two characters.
Cena_mark - 2016-05-19 This is what happens when you decide to give the comic relief their own show. It's just too much. Planet Sheen is a good example of how awful that is.
EvilHomer - 2016-05-19 Poochy would have been a great character too, had they kept the violence and integrity of old-school Itchy & Scratchy intact.
EvilHomer - 2016-05-19 Cena - what about Steven Universe? He's the comic relief of that show.
Cena_mark - 2016-05-20 Steven is a funny character, but he's more than just funny. That's why he isn't a comic relief character.
EvilHomer - 2016-05-20 Slimer is more than just funny, too. He drives the plot. Storylines revolve around him. He's really no different from Steven; either both of them are "comic relief", or neither are.
Meerkat - 2016-05-19 Did they switch to Filmation or something? I remember when Tom & Jerry went from 60 to shit in under 1 second under Filmation.
blase - 2016-05-19 Wasn't this where ICQ's "uh-oh" came from?