After attending their own side matters at the office the team decides that in order to investigate the problems of their clients (the “Bother Speed” bikers) they should investigate the group’s rivals, the “Collected Souls” gang. They decide to go incognito and take some civilian vehicles and so end up in two groups. Marty and Michael in one group, everyone else in another.
The possession of Michael goes unnoticed by the victim who runs to the roof thinking the ghost must have bypassed him, but he runs into Woody and Marty on the way. After quickly determining his possession by his glow on the ecto goggles the group does the sensible thing and calls corporate.
In the last few days leading up to the meeting with their clients from the local chapter of the “Bother Speed” motorcycle club the Spokane GB decide to get some things done. Woody and Michael make some flyers with the slogan “All the buster stuff you can muster” to try and sell their new load of merchandise that’s takeing over nearly the entire Spokane GBI HQ.
The morning after Francis is locked on the roof, Woody, the franchise owner, goes up to the roof to check out the commotion and lets Francis down. The day goes by pretty uneventfully with no especially new business, but the GB do end up hitting another false alarm and collecting an on site inspection fee.
Ok... Take 16. Marty, it's not that kind of shooting.
Attempting to get the word out about their new franchise, the players spend the first part of the session at the public access studio filming their commercial. After engaging in the filming of an ad where the would-be victim (as played by Trina Sylvester) is slapped by a ghost (as played by Francis), Marty mistakenly fires his pistol (And is fined $500 for unlawful firearm discharge), Master Mover does a slightly effeminate rap version of the original Ray Parker Jr. Ghostbusters theme, and Woody delivers all the pertinent contact info (tacked on after the fact to add some sense of cohesion to the ad), the GB head home to a message on their machine for a job in suburbia.
Are these guys Ghostbusters or professional shoppers?
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.
Having become fairly successful, the New York Ghostbusters have finally realized Venkmen’s dream of franchising the company. They’ve scouted some good locations to set up shop. Spokane, Washington is to be the location of their next franchise.
They placed an ad in the classifieds of one of Spokane’s major newspapers calling for groups interested in becoming franchisees: