A podcast on everything Ghostbusters by two long-time fansite webmasters Troy Benjamin (of Ghostbusters HQ) and Chris Stewart (of Proton Charging). Join us for in-depth analysis of the latest news, commentary on goings on, and interviews with some familiar faces.
Ghostbusters Afterlife is coming to digital and physical home video releases, there's a preview version of the original Ghostbusters film coming with it and… hey, just what the hell is going on with the podcast? Well, Troy will do his best to talk about all of the above as he closes out our seventh year of Ghostbusters podcasting and does his best Milt to tell the future of the show.
Two weeks to go, and if you're still looking for the perfect holiday gift for the Ghostbusters fan in your life good ol' Mr. Chris Stewart has the program for you! This year, he's focusing on the makers in our community, creating cool things by hand - plus a few items that should be on every Ghostbusters fan's wish list.
This week on the show, we're honored to be joined by the amazingly talented special make-up and creature effects designer of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Arjen Tuiten. Spoiler avoiders beware, we discuss any and all creatures and prosthetic make-up effects that were created for Jason Reitman's outstanding film and delve into how the original Ghostbusters among other classics from the 1980's inspired Arjen to get into his chosen profession in the first place. If you love creature design, animatronics, and learning just how all the magic is made, this is the podcast interview for you!
After a lifetime of waiting, then just a few months of waiting, and then hang on, back to waiting for over a year, then finally back to waiting a few months, nope, waiting more months, then weeks, days, hours, minutes, seconds... Ghostbusters: Afterlife is here. While Troy is still on sabbatical, trying to return an ancient idol to a museum or deciphering prophetic riddles at the Vatican or some such nonsense, Chris has friend of the show Kevin Lim on to help him parse a little bit of what they saw in their first viewing. And if listening to two Ghostbusters nerds chatter way for an hour isn't your thing - dude, you know what we are here, hours of chatter - Kevin brought some treats from The Kevin and Sonia Morning Show on Kiss Radio Vancouver; Mckenna Grace herself! We are spoiler free in the first part, including Kevin's talk with Mckenna, and then we get downright spoilery in the second half. The heroism of Egon, suspiciously high-powered yet underutilized co-stars, who cried when, and what Ms. Grace has to say about a sequel. Let's go!
We're SO close to the release of Ghostbusters Afterlife that we can listen and smell it. So what can we do to pass the time? Hit WGBI on the radio. That's right, WGBI is on the air with another Spooktacular mega-mix by the master himself, Chris Stewart. Songs, trailers, soundbites, and a whole lot more are coming your way. Don't touch that dial, because WBGI is live!
First up on the show, a quick message about an upcoming hiatus for the podcast. You can read more on the HQ here. Then we're off to regular business one last time, talking about NYCC, Adam Savage's latest Tested where he builds an Afterlife inspired Proton Pack in a day, and then we're unboxing some amazing items provided to us from our friends at Hasbro including the second wave of Plasma Series figures, Fright Features ghosts, and the Ecto-1 playset! Not to fear, there's still a couple more episodes coming your way before the feed goes dark a while including our mixtapes and holiday guides.
This week on the show, we're taking a deep dive into a stack of books inside Egon's farmhouse, talking about Empire Magazine, bobbleheads, talking about upside down proton packs and a whole lot more! First up some Cleanin' Up the Town news including the domestic release hitting this week and Randy Edelman scoring the sequel “Too Hot to Handle.” Then we're talking about the latest Ghostbusters Afterlife news including new film score heard in a Muncher cookie video, Empire Magazine comments upcoming, Baskin Robbins tie-ins, and a huge deep dive into the a pile of books that the Southern Oklahoma Ghostbusters spent a great deal of time identifying and compiling - and Chris has a few thoughts as to what the reading material on the side table has to say about how Egon's been spending his time. Don't worry, a firm spoiler alert will be given before we get too far into it!
A whole lot of chat about the two theatrical one sheet posters released for Ghostbusters: Afterlife this past week! Up first, a little tribute to a comedian we admired, then we really get into dissecting both the domestic and theatrical posters. What are we seeing? What AREN'T we seeing? And which do we prefer? All that plus some chat about Ray Parker Jr.'s documentary, Cleanin' Up the Town coming to US theaters, and a little rebuttal to a YouTube video suggesting that Ghostbusters cannot be replicated.
This week on the show, we're talking about Adam Savage's amazing set tour of the farmhouse from Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Jason Reitman's comments to Den of Geek, the 35th Anniversary of Real Ghostbusters (and its return to YouTube), and more! First up, we're going through all the (non-spoilery) revelations from Adam Savage's latest Tested behind the scenes video of Ghostbusters: Afterlife and all the toaster, Cheez-It, deliciousness it showed us. Then Jason Reitman had a whole lot to say to Den of Geek and it's super heartwarming. All that plus some Triplets talk and Chris chats a whole lot about the Mel Magazine Stay Puft s'mores experiment on this week's show!
This week on the show, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is going to NYCC, a Making Of and Art book is coming in November, Halloween is coming, and remembering Michael K Williams. First up, we have a special guest as Chris' son Thomas joins us for the beginning and end of the show and gives us his thoughts on Afterlife, toys, and a whole lot more. We also dive into speculating what may and may not happen at the NYCC Ghostbusters Afterlife panel: will they show the full film? Will they reveal a poster? And who will be there? Also author Ozzy Inguanzo has a “Ghostbusters: Afterlife - The Art and Making of the Movie” book coming November 23rd to coincide with the release of the film, Target is putting up whole endcaps dedicated to Ghostbusters Halloween merch, and a whole lot more!
This week on the show - yes, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is moving out another week. But it's for a good reason! Join us as we try to explain why the extra week benefits the film. We're also talking about Adam Savage's first behind the scenes piece on Tested where he gets to drive the new Ecto-1 and a whole lot more!
This week on the show, we're talking about the surprise screening of the entire Ghostbusters: Afterlife film in front of an industry insider CinemaCon audience in Las Vegas. We'll discuss why it's a big deal that the whole film was screened, what it means about the filmmakers and the studios' feelings toward the film, and what it means for the next couple months leading up to the November 11th release. All that plus news on merch, a few new fan films, and more on this week's show!
This week on the show, catching up on the news and then taking a deep dive into the newly officially released Ghostbusters II score by Randy Edelman (and as a bonus, our first listen to the Ghostbusters Afterlife score). First up in the news, a merch round-up of biblical proportions: Hasbro Plasma Series Wave 2 figures are hitting shelves, as are family sized boxes of Ghostbusters cereal, tons of halloween costume offerings, and a whole lot more. No, we won't talk about those images that circulated around the internet last week and we'll tell you why. Then in the second half of the show, we're diving into the first listen to Rob Simonsen's score to Ghostbusters Afterlife as heard in a promotional piece on the official Ghostbusters social platforms and using that as a way into talking about Sony Masterworks' outstanding release of the Ghostbusters II score. After 32 years of waiting, we have a clean and official listen to the score which answers some questions, opens up a few new puzzles and more. Join us as we talk through some of the tracks, lay one or two of them over the film to see where they may have gone, and a whole lot more!
This week on the show, we're opening up the voicemail lines to get your thoughts and feedback on the most recent Ghostbusters Afterlife trailer. Spoiler alert: there are a few small spoilers in here, and also - it's all pretty positive!
This week on the show, Troy and Chris are back together again to chat about the Ghostbusters: Afterlife trailer a week after its release, Adam Savage's behind the scenes series reveal, all the toy news fit to print, and a whole mess of merch updates. First up, now that they've had a week or so to live with it, the boys talk about revelations about the trailer and the general public response to it. Then Adam Savage has announced a behind the scenes series for Afterlife where he learns all the secrets in front and behind the camera on the new film, Troy's particularly excited and you'll hear why. Then there's a whole lot of merch news including new Hasbro reveals, toys hitting shelves, and the Ghostbusters II score release coming on the horizon. It's a jam-packed show, grab a snack and settle in. Here we go!
Have you seen that trailer? It's insanely good. Join us and the Yes Have Some podcast as we all gather together to chat through all the easter eggs, engage in some healthy speculation, and give our reactions to the amazingness that is contained in the recent glimpse of the new film. Then we'll talk about all the toy reveals that happened on Tuesday as well! This is from our livestream Tuesday night, if you'd like to watch us, check out the Yes Have Some Podcast YouTube channel and the video below!
Seems like there's a lot that's going to be on our mind in the week(s) to come, so we figured we'd open up the voicemail bag and air some of those that we've been holding onto for a while. Figuring everyone might want to talk about something else in the near future. Don't worry, we'll have all the Ghostbusters Afterlife trailer coverage you can handle in the days to come. Stay tuned to the Crossrip social feeds for more!
This week on the show, we're joined by the amazing Ross May for a draft of biblical proportions: what if you could recast the original characters from the original Ghostbusters film with ANYONE from any time period? Who would you choose? Ross May of the Reitman for the Job podcast hosts Chris and Troy through their draft picks. Who will emerge with the strongest team — er, cast? Who will pull through with the pick everyone wished they had? Join us to find out!
This week on the show, Troy takes the opportunity of a solo record to do a little thought experiment: what is it that makes us love the movies, music, art, photography, and a whole lot more as much as we do? And could Ted Lasso be the key to it all? Join us for that exercise plus a few updates on the Ghostbusters II score album release, and a whole lot more!
This week on the show, examining the items up for bids at the Prop Store auction and once again diving into a recurring Mandela phenomenon recently revisited by the official Ghostbusters social media team: did Slimer ever emerge from the Statue of Liberty at the end of Ghostbusters II? Or is it one of those occurrences where enough people misremember seeing it and therefore, it's been accepted as being true?
This week on the show, we're exploring another fan theory - this time we explore if the Ghostbusters actually caused the very thing they were trying to prevent. Up first, a few news item recaps including some more talk about that Hughes & Thrall demo from last week and a very particular “error” someone spotted on the Ghostbusters Afterlife teaser poster. Then, in the second half of the show, the boys jump into debating if the Ghostbusters, by capturing ghosts and storing them all in one place, were the actual cause of the Crossrip that brought Gozer into our dimension. It's a fun one, don't miss it!
This week on the show, and in honor of Father's Day, we're passing the proton pack: Ghostbusters Afterlife news, merch news, updates on the Ghostbusters II score release and a Hughes/Thrall demo discovery that has left us speechless (imagine that)! First up some chat about a featurette released just after Ghostbusters Day that has a few behind the scenes revelations about the film. And what does the release of this BTS piece mean for the release of a new trailer (and how will we talk about the trailer if and when it arrives)? Then, after a few merch and fan project updates, we're dissecting the bombshell taking GB fandom by storm: the arrival of yet another unused demo for the Ghostbusters theme song by Hughes and Thrall. How do we feel about it? And why is it so familiar? Tune in to find out!
This week on the show, we're glad to have joined forces with our good friends at Yes Have Some Podcast for a Ghostbusters Day wrap up! Talking about the details and chemistry that was shown during the Ghostbusters Day Group Chat on Twitter Spaces, the awesome t-shirt reveals including designs drawn by some of our long-time friends like John Yurcaba, and we're chatting about the Hasbro reveals including Mini-Puft Plasma Series pre-orders and glow-in-the-dark variants of the four original Boys in Grey. It's a great conversation, a whole lot of fun. And if you want to see our smiling faces, make sure to check out the archive of the livestream in the Yes Have Some YouTube channel feed below!
Did you miss it? That's okay, we've got you covered. Here is a rebroadcast of the Ghostbusters Day group conversation between Ivan Reitman, Jason Reitman, Finn Wolfhard, McKenna Grace, Carrie Coon, Celeste O'Connor, and special guest Logan Kim. Everything from casting to character name reveals, to Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray's reactions to the weight of the new packs is here! Enjoy!
This week on the show, it’s the week before Ghostbusters Day and all through the house everyone’s trying a soda from FYE - - something something that rhymes with house. That’s right, it’s a little slow leading up to the fun to come next week. So what are we to do? We’re breaking out some voicemails, talking about some fan events and announcements, and talking about the sodas and cereals available to us all (or at least some of us at the moment).
This week on the show, the kind folks at Hasbro have sent us their reissued Ecto-1, Bug-Eye Ghost, and Fearsome Flush figures for a fun unboxing and trip down memory lane. How do each of the respective toys stack up to the originals? Is this in fact the cleanest and brightest white we've ever seen a Kenner Ecto? All these things and more will be answered, tune in!
Dan Aykroyd has seen Afterlife, Variety dives into Kate McKinnon’s anxieties (and how they inspired a certain Ghostbuster), and is Trevor changing the oil on the car in the middle of nowhere? That’s right, it’s another week and another episode of the Crossrip. We’re starting out with all the news fit to speak including Dan Aykroyd’s toast and comments about Afterlife (and his snub on SNL last week), Variety talking to Kate McKinnon about her social anxiety and comedy being her defense, and a few merch items. Then in the second half of the show, we’re answering your questions: when will we see another trailer? What’s in store for Ghostbusters Day? How can kids continue a legacy started in 1984? All that and a whole lot more awaits you,!
It’s another Dic Peeks episode commentary, and this week we’re talking about the creepy Extreme Ghostbusters classic, “Deadliners.” One part Hellraiser, another part Lovecraft, and a dash of Goosebumps and R.L. Stein make this a perfect indication of the type of series Extreme Ghostbusters had the potential to be only a mere handful of episodes in. Cue up the episode on the official Ghostbusters YouTube and join us for a real-time commentary after a quick recap of the week’s news!
This week on the show, we’re joined by KiSS Radio host Kevin Lim to chat about the music of Ghostbusters! From our first memories of the original soundtracks, to Bobby Brown fueling childhoods and summers, we take a deep dive into all the tracks on the first three pop soundtracks. Then in the second half of the show, we speculate on things that we may hear on the counterpart album for Ghostbusters Afterlife. Will it be a throwback to previous decades? Will it be an indie-filled eclectic mix? And if Chris has his way, will the Black Eyed Peas have a track to help him win a podcast bet? Tune in to find out!
This week on the show, we’re catching up on all that we weren’t able to chat about the last couple weeks with the 300th episode celebration! On the Afterlife front, Jason Reitman confirms November in theaters date, Ernie Hudson has seen the movie, Annie Potts calls the experience of making the movie “trippy,” and the onslaught of Mini-Puft merch has begun including blind bags, Christmas ornaments, and walkie talkies! The Buffalo Ghostbusters are raising funds for Hook and Ladder No. 8 to get them a new not-so-subtle sign. Randy Edelman’s fantastic Ghostbusters II score is coming in June (now confirmed) and we have the track listings for the vinyl release. All that and a whole lot more on the show!
The Crossrip 300th celebration continues with the full and unabridged audio interviews with Eric Reich of Ghost Corps and the Yes Have Some podcast crew! Join us as we talk Ghostbusters Afterlife, Mini-Pufts, and all the things that we love and would recommend to all our listeners. All that plus a few of your voicemails. Get ready!
Okay, so this is weird. TECHNICALLY it’s THIS episode that is our 300th. But on this Wednesday, April 14th at 9pm Pacific on our YouTube channel, THAT is our 300th episode? Confused? So are we. But we didn’t want the audio feed to go hungry this week so Chris has put together a little episode looking back at the first 300 episodes to get you ready for the 300th festivities. Give this a listen, then make sure to join us LIVE on April 14th at 9pm for interviews, special guests, and a prize giveaway from our friends at Ghost Corps!
This week on the show, Chris explains NFTs to Troy. We swear, it relates back to Ghostbusters (and even officially licensed NFTs related to the property). Stay tuned as Troy starts to understand it, and they discuss the future of collecting as a whole. Will we all be going to digital Detolf shelves in the future? All that plus a few news items including new Fun t-shirts, articles in Pop Insider, and — well, a whole lot of talk about NFTs.
This week on the show, Ectomobiles are showing up in Apple Maps and we’re diving into the back catalog of Discogs! First up, in the news we remember a few fallen friends in our lives, explore a few Apple Maps locations in Alberta that are snapshots in time of Ghostbusters: Afterlife filming, and a merch item or two. Then in the second half of the show, we’re going through all the rarities, b-sides, and alternative versions that spark to us on a search of Discogs. What are the instrumental versions we didn’t know existed out there? Want to hear parts of a few of them? Stay tuned!
It's St. Patrick's Day and Troy and Chris have had a rough week, it's no coincidence we're exhausted and working on the left exhaust... unwind with us as this week on the show, we're continuing our Eaglemoss Hero Collector Ecto-1 build with Issue 9, Stage 28! And while we do, we're talking about the Walmart pre-orders, extended cuts of certain movies, and a whole lot more. We know these build episodes aren't for everyone, so make sure to join us next week for a regular format episode and we're working to move these builds toward a livestream model where you can join in and chat with us while we build. Stay tuned!
Kenner is re-releasing the Ecto-1, Fearsome Flush and Bug-Eye AND we're diving into our second Dic Peeks commentary on another Real Ghostbusters classic: Play Them Ragtime Boos. It's a jam-packed episode so let's just get into it: up for preorder this Monday, March 15th are three new retro Kenner Real Ghostbusters toys from Hasbro. One of which, the Ecto-1 is sure to be not just a crowd-pleaser, but an extremely welcome surprise to Troy and Chris. Then, in the second half of the show, join us for another Dic Peeks commentary on "Play Them Ragtime Boos" - an episode that remains a nostalgic favorite, but what flaws may we have overlooked over the years?
This week on the show, we're continuing our Eaglemoss Hero Collector Ecto-1 build with Issue 9, Stage 27! And it proves to be a little tricky for Troy and Chris. But before we do anything, we have a special letter (and important correction) from Don Shay of Cinefex magazine in response to last week's episode.
This week on the show, we’re honoring Cinefex Magazine which is ceasing publication after 40 years due to the pandemic. The special and visual effects journal that documented the creation of all our favorite films headed by Don Shay, Jody Duncan and Gregg Shay has been observing since Star Trek the Motion Picture and chronicled the making of Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II. Chris and Troy recall their introductions to the magazine, some of their favorite moments, and even do a little online shopping for their favorite back issues while they chat.
This week on the show, Ghostbusters Afterlife has a rating! What does it mean for the content therein? Well, not much outside of what we’ve already known about the film. The boys will talk about their thoughts, plus Finn Wolfhard’s comments at the Toronto International Film Festival about the film. All that plus some merchandise news and a whole lot of Columbo talk await you!
This week on the show, we’re building stages 25 and 26 of the Hero Collector Ecto-1 subscription kit by Eaglemoss. And while we do, we’re talking about the latest goings on in Ghostbusters-land including Real Ghostbusters and Extreme Ghostbusters airing on the official Ghostbusters YouTube channel and more. Join us in the audio podcast, or make sure to subscribe to the Crossrip YouTube channel to be the first to see a quad-top down view of our build in real time, and make sure to start your subscription with Hero Collector to build along with us!
This week, we're taking a look at Hasbro's outstanding retro Kenner Ghostpopper toy, the Playskool Heroes Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man, and a reissue of the Transformers Ectotron with an all-new Ghostbusters Afterlife theme! But before we do that, some news including Real Ghostbusters and Extreme Ghostbusters episodes hitting the official Ghostbusters YouTube channel, and a few merchandise offerings from the cool kids at Loungefly and Middle of Beyond. Our thanks to Hasbro for sending product along to unbox, pick-up the Kenner Ghostpopper at Walmart, Ectrotron at Target, and Stay-Puft at a retailer near you now!
Join the gents for a new segment of the show "Unsolicited Dic Peeks": a commentary and in-depth dive on Real Ghostbusters episodes and get the latest in Ghostbusters news in this week's Interdimensional Crossrip! First up in the news, Ghostbusters Afterlife's release has moved to November, we remember Larry King, and some comments on Ernie Hudson's "no comments." Then in the second half of the show, join us for a full commentary on a classic Real Ghostbusters episode, "Knock, Knock." How is it a quintessential Ghostbusters story? How does it act as a pilot for the animated show (yet aired in the second season)? All that and more explored in our discussion. Cue up the episode on your home entertainment platform of choice and follow along with us!
This week on the show we're talking about Empire Magazine's first look at Ghostbusters Afterlife (now delayed to release November 11, 2021). And while we do, we're building up our amazing Eaglemoss Hero Collector die-cast Ecto-1 subscription. Join us as we work through stages 23 and 24, while also talking Ghostbusters stuff and any other pop culture things that come to mind!
As we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. in the States, it’s a bit of a slow news week again (at least when it comes to Ghostbusters). But Troy and Chris press forward. And, as it turns out, not having much to talk about turns into quite a bit of discussion. What do some of the most recent movie studio release date shuffles mean for Ghostbusters Afterlife? What does the absence of IDW Comics’ Ghostbusters titles on some digital platforms mean for the future of the line? And how is Larry King lately? All of these topics and a whole lot more discussed on the podcast this week.
We’re starting off our seventh year of podcasting by looking forward to all that’s to come in 2021! From Ghostbusters Afterlife’s release to potential book releases, fast food tie-ins, music, the upcoming sequel to “Cleanin’ Up the Town” and a whole lot more, there’s quite a bit to be optimistic about in this new year. Join Troy and Chris as they count down each of their five most anticipated Ghostbusters things in store for us this year, then make sure to drop us a line to let us know what you’re looking forward to yourself!
We've all hit a wall, and hoping to instill a little holiday cheer so that all can hear, we're offering up our annual tradition of closing out the year with a little mix of rarities, tunes, and some fun for the holiday season. Turn on the Yule Log channel, crank up the volume, sit back and enjoy a little compilation to accompany the Ghostbusters fan(s) in your life during the holiday season with WGBI!
Terror Dogs on Rooftops, and Slime Drops in Bathtubs - these are just a few of our favorite Ghostbusters things. This week on the show, Troy and Chris talk about the things that give them joy through five discussion topics: favorite Ghostbusters toy, comic book, game, odd tie-in, and the grand finale: our favorite Ghostbusters movie or series. What makes the cut? What do each of the boys hold dear to their hearts over the year? And do you agree with some of the choices? Tune in to find out! And as an added bonus, Chris shows off a few items from his awesome collection!Terror Dogs on Rooftops, and Slime Drops in Bathtubs - these are just a few of our favorite Ghostbusters things. This week on the show, Troy and Chris talk about the things that give them joy through five discussion topics: favorite Ghostbusters toy, comic book, game, odd tie-in, and the grand finale: our favorite Ghostbusters movie or series. What makes the cut? What do each of the boys hold dear to their hearts over the year? And do you agree with some of the choices? Tune in to find out! And as an added bonus, Chris shows off a few items from his awesome collection!
It’s that time of the year again! Our long-standing tradition of turning the muzak machine and the mic over to Mr. Chris Stewart to give you holiday gift ideas for your fellow Ghostbusters fan! Or… if you’re looking for the Ghostbusters fan who has everything, tune into this for a gift idea or two. From clothing to toys to virtual purchases that will help out Ghostbusters content creators, Chris leaves no gift box unturned again. As a special treat this year, Chris is joined for a special segment by his seven-year-old son for a candy taste test of all the sweet treats being offered in the UK. So grab that cup of cocoa or Joe and tune into the Ghostbusters Shopping Network year six!
This week on the show, we're continuing our Eaglemoss Hero Collector Ecto-1 die-cast model builds with stages 21 and 22! And while we do, we're talking about the Transformers Ectotron's re-release from Hasbro, Ghostbusters Afterlife continuing post production on the Sony Pictures lot, and a whole lot more!This week on the show, we're continuing our Eaglemoss Hero Collector Ecto-1 die-cast model builds with stages 21 and 22! And while we do, we're talking about the Transformers Ectotron's re-release from Hasbro, Ghostbusters Afterlife continuing post production on the Sony Pictures lot, and a whole lot more!
This week on the show, we're talking all about merch! From LEGO's new super-detailed Ecto-1 kit now available for purchase with an accessory that hints at things to come in Ghostbusters Afterlife to Hasbro re-offering the Ectotron Transformer ALSO with an Afterlife spin, there's much to talk about! There's also a paper insert within the new Reebok Ghoststomper sneakers that may give a few hints toward Afterlife, if only we could all decode the message. All that plus Ernie Hudson's Vinz Clortho theory, Dan Aykroyd's Bottle Service video, Ray Parker Jr. on the Professor of Rock and why Ghostbusters II was trending on Twitter last week!
This week on the show, we're talking with Dan Milano! Dan is a huge Ghostbusters fan like us, having first seen the film at a drive-in -- with a very funny story to go along with it. But also, Dan is the co-creator of the Netflix animated series Glitch Techs, and created Greg the Bunny. He's also written for Robot Chicken, Star Wars Detours, and has even written a sequel to the film Short Circuit - all of which are discussed on this week's program!This week on the show, we're talking with Dan Milano! Dan is a huge Ghostbusters fan like us, having first seen the film at a drive-in -- with a very funny story to go along with it. But also, Dan is the co-creator of the Netflix animated series Glitch Techs, and created Greg the Bunny. He's also written for Robot Chicken, Star Wars Detours, and has even written a sequel to the film Short Circuit - all of which are discussed on this week's program!