Woody received the call informing them they had the job. Having informed the rest of the team, the Spokane GB made their way back to Tully, who got 2 forms of identification from everyone, including someone who shouldn’t have been there, George “Master Mover” Harvest, an “upset urban youth” (poser wannabe gangster) who showed up hoping this wouldn’t be a real job. After signing the forms and being offered last wills and testaments, the group is informed that they had options for obtaining a vehicle. Shop used or buy from the company. The group went car shopping.
Francis was wrongly accused of “Master Mover’s” graffiti misdeeds done to Marty’s truck and is forced to repaint it, before heading off to the carnival to check out a clown car (Although in reality, just going to ride the rides, and have fun).
The group checked out several cars based on vague classified ads they found (which were humorously deceptive) and in the process of doing so also found some interesting people. There was a brief cameo by Clark Griswold, who tried to offload his old Wagon Queen Family Truckster. During this interaction Master Mover antagonized the intern and the intern pinned him with the hideous green vehicle, while Clark phoned the police. After freeing himself Master Mover vacates the premesis and Francis decides to follow suit, and the two manage to avoid dealing with the cops.
They also met a scared woman named Melody, who had a possessed Garfield plush haunting her minivan. Trina bought the car for $100 she made at a sleazy used car lot, while Marty bought a short bus from the Spokane transit authority. Trina, using her psychoanalysis to realize the van was haunted picks up some supplies at the HQ, and finds a proton pack, PKE meter, and ghost trap have gone missing. She then reports this anomaly to Tully, who files a police report and heads back to the minivan to do some ghostbustin’ after calling Woody and Marty to help out.
Woody and Trina were first on the scene, and attempt to trap the possessed plush. The angered toy kicks the van into gear and drives right at Marty who dodges out of the way. Proton streams are fired at the van destroying the glass, mirrors, and tires. The plush leaps out of the vehicle and petrifies poor Woody and starts attacking his assailants himself. Marty arrives in his truck, bus in tow, careening into the doll, and they zap it and trap it. The destroyed van, the newly potted and tossed black asphalt, and flaming plush lying in the wake of the reckless Ghostbusters victory.
Trina extorts payment from Melody and the team heads home. Their first spook now captured. The police begin investigating the stolen equipment and the corporate hired auto workers paint and overhaul the vehicles to GBI standards (including giant tacky plastic spinning advertising ghosts on top of the vehicles which the the Spokane GB are contractually obligated not to remove or alter). All is well.
End Session 2.