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Till Death Do Us Start 

After unwittingly releasing a dangerous ghost-bride from an old boarded up wishing well, an ex-yuppie, trying to make some sense of his life, hires the EGBs to protect him from becoming her permanent groom on the other side.

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Dr. Egon Spengler (voice)
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Kylie Griffin (voice) (as Tara Charendoff)
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Garrett Miller (voice)
Pat Musick ...
Janine Melnitz (voice)
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Roland Jackson (voice)
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Eduardo Rivera (voice)
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Slimer (voice)
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Ghost Bride (voice)
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Leonard Bates (voice) (as Mark Taylor)
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After unwittingly releasing a dangerous ghost-bride from an old boarded up wishing well, an ex-yuppie, trying to make some sense of his life, hires the EGBs to protect him from becoming her permanent groom on the other side.

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14 November 1997 (USA)  »

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Garrett Miller: Dibs on the couch!
Eduardo Rivera: Too slow, big guy. I hear sleeping on a hard surface is good for you posture.
Kylie Griffin: [Kylie knocks on bathroom door] Roland! Roland, are you gonna spend all night in there?
Roland Jackson: [Roland comes out the bathroom dressed in his men's pajamas] No.
Kylie Griffin: [chuckles] Nice jammies.
Roland Jackson: [Garrett looks at Roland's pajamas] What?
Garrett Miller: [chuckles] Where's the little matching bunny slippers?
Roland Jackson: Haven't you people ever seen men's pajamas before? Sheesh.
Eduardo Rivera: Uh, I thought men's pajamas were t-shirt and underwear.
Garrett Miller: Hey, Ed. Whatever...
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