A group of slackers from Detroit have become guardians of a magic talisman. It allows them to see and communicate with ghosts. This episode mimics the John Lithgow segment in the Twilight Zone movie , where one of the slackers is aboard a plane and a ghost tells him that the plane will crash. Nobody will believe him, so he takes his sister hostage with a knife and forces his way into the cockpit. Hmm. One assumes this was filmed prior to 11th September 2001.
The Slackers end up at a diplomatic function in Washington DC. The lead singer goes home with a gorgeous waitress, while the other two try to help the ghost of the Prince of Moravia.
The three slackers each get a ghost this time.
The driver gets arrested for a traffic violation. He ends up in a corrupt court, and his legal advisor turns out to be dead!
The bearded one becomes partner of a murdered cop [Richard Brooks - G vs E ] - a Shaft type guy nicknamed TNT!
The girl gets a baseball player who is unhappy because everyone wrongly thinks he threw the big game.
The band stop at a truck-stop motel for the night. The two guys get conscripted to help the ghost of a Bounty Hunter. He wants them to serve a supoena to his murderer!
The girl tries to date a DJ. However, she has a supernatural stalker ...
The trio have to take an associate to hospital. A ghost doctor tells them the guy has a ruptured appendix, so the drummer and the babe have to operate on him!
Meanwhile, the other band member has a personal debate about euthenasia concerning a braindead patient. Unfortunately the ending is a total cop-out.
The slackers drive through a redneck village in Louisiana. They run into a swamp, and discover the ghost of a teenager who died there. Meanwhile, the locals are unfriendly and there is something strange afoot ...
The band get a gig at Princeton, so the babe gets to drop by and see her father [Ray Wise - Twin Peaks ]. He has a new fiance, but unfortunately her daughter is a ghost - and a bitchy cheerleader ghost at that.
Meanwhile, the guys have to cope with a mute ghost in a basement.
The band are hired by a reclusive music producer. His mansion is haunted by one of his musicians.
It's nice to see an episode that actually involves the fact that the band are musicians!