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Article:Ghostbusters II
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==Plot==
 
==Plot==
After being initially hailed as heroes for saving New York City from Gozer five years earlier, the Ghostbusters were sued by numerous city and state agencies for the property damage. A judge issued a [[restraining order]] barring them from investigating the supernatural, forcing them out of business. [[Ray Stantz]] owns an occult bookstore and co-operates with [[Winston Zeddemore]] as unpopular children's entertainers, wearing their old Ghostbuster uniforms; [[Egon Spengler]] works in a [[laboratory]] conducting experiments into human emotion; [[Peter Venkman]] hosts a little-watched pseudo-psychic television show named "World of the Psychic"; and Dana Barrett, having broken up with Peter years earlier, and now divorced from a subsequent marriage, works at the [[Museum of Modern Art|Manhattan Museum of Art]] restoring paintings and raising her infant son Oscar at a new apartment. After an incident in which Oscar's baby carriage is controlled by an unseen supernatural force and drawn to a busy junction on [[First Avenue (Manhattan)|First Avenue]], Dana turns to the Ghostbusters for help, prompting an awkward reunion of herself and Peter. Meanwhile, Dr. Janosz Poha — Dana's colleague at the art gallery — is brainwashed by the spirit of Vigo the Carpathian, a seventeenth-century [[tyrant]] trapped in a painting in the gallery. Vigo orders Janosz to locate a child that Vigo can possess, thus gaining physical form upon the approaching New Year.
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After being initially hailed as heroes for saving New York City from Gozer five years earlier, the Ghostbusters were sued by numerous city and state agencies for the property damage. A judge issued a [[restraining order]] barring them from investigating the supernatural, forcing them out of business. [[Ray Stantz]] owns an occult bookstore and co-operates with [[Winston Zeddemore]] as unpopular children's entertainers, wearing their old Ghostbuster uniforms; [[Egon Spengler]] works in a [[laboratory]] conducting experiments into human emotion; [[Peter Venkman]] hosts a little-watched pseudo-psychic television show named "World of the Psychic"; and Dana Barrett, having broken up with Peter years earlier, and now divorced from a subsequent marriage, works at the [[Museum of Modern Art|Manhattan Museum of Art]] restoring paintings and raising her infant son Oscar at a new apartment. After an incident in which Oscar's baby carriage is controlled by an unseen supernatural force and drawn to a busy junction on [[First Avenue (Manhattan)|First Avenue]], Dana turns to the Ghostbusters for help, prompting an awkward reunion of herself and Peter. Meanwhile, Dr. Janosz Poha — Dana's colleague at the art gallery — is brainwashed by the spirit of Vigo the Carpathian (AKA Andrew Hodrien), a seventeenth-century [[tyrant]] trapped in a painting in the gallery. Vigo orders Janosz to locate a child that Vigo can possess, thus gaining physical form upon the approaching New Year.
   
 
The Ghostbusters' investigation leads them to conclude that the supernatural presence originates from under the city streets, prompting them to illegally excavate First Avenue at the point where the baby carriage stopped. Lowered underneath, Ray discovers a river of pink slime filling an abandoned [[Beach Pneumatic Transit|subway line]]. Attacked by the slime after obtaining a sample, Ray accidentally causes a [[Power outage|blackout]], and the Ghostbusters are arrested. At their trial they are defended poorly by Louis Tully (who acts as their lawyer in repaying them for having saved him in the earlier film) and found guilty. However, the judge's angry outburst at sentencing prompts the slime sample presented as evidence to release the [[ghost]]s of two murdering brothers whom the judge had previously sentenced to death by [[electric chair]]. Thereafter the Ghostbusters imprison the ghosts in exchange for the dismissal of all charges and the rescinding of the restraining order; having done so, they recommence their former business.
 
The Ghostbusters' investigation leads them to conclude that the supernatural presence originates from under the city streets, prompting them to illegally excavate First Avenue at the point where the baby carriage stopped. Lowered underneath, Ray discovers a river of pink slime filling an abandoned [[Beach Pneumatic Transit|subway line]]. Attacked by the slime after obtaining a sample, Ray accidentally causes a [[Power outage|blackout]], and the Ghostbusters are arrested. At their trial they are defended poorly by Louis Tully (who acts as their lawyer in repaying them for having saved him in the earlier film) and found guilty. However, the judge's angry outburst at sentencing prompts the slime sample presented as evidence to release the [[ghost]]s of two murdering brothers whom the judge had previously sentenced to death by [[electric chair]]. Thereafter the Ghostbusters imprison the ghosts in exchange for the dismissal of all charges and the rescinding of the restraining order; having done so, they recommence their former business.
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