Wow, this kinky vision just popped into my mind. Just imagine if the original Ghost Busters would have used the Transformation Chamber to wear the safari-punk uniforms of their sons! Imagine one episode focused on this switch!
I don't think the Ghost Buggy would like them anyway! ;D
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Post by GhostBuggy on May 30, 2010 16:48:04 GMT -5
Haha! I like your description of the whole scene! Yes, that sounds great! LOL Well they did know about the "old Ghost Buggy" in Father Knows Beast - the old GB with the crank! I know I've mentioned it numerous times, but man, it's hilarious! So imagine if the fathers surprised "Old GB" the way you described!
Post by smittenkitten on Apr 20, 2020 11:31:50 GMT -5
I've pondered this too. In their younger days, Kong and Spenser Sr. would probably find it just as exciting (or lack thereof for the Spensers), but as they got older, this type of transformation would become an issue for aging bodies. Jake and Eddie Jr. would discover this probably a couple of decades further down the road. Older bodies ache faster, bruise easier, and are not nearly as flexible as younger ones. Flings, flips, leaps, slides, falls, etc. are not physical things older bodies can pull off easily, no matter how fit one is. So, I wonder if Jake and Eddie Jr. would stop using that whole transformation method at some point late in their Ghostbusting careers and is perhaps why their fathers were never given the knowledge of that room to begin with since they were already older.
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