Another little part of that blast from the past. It was the perfect fusion of song, video, and film. Looking at the movie clips so seamlessly edited into the song, you can't help but wonder just how far apart the different mediums were. Though it was a trademark of Ramis and Aykroyd to have scripts just dotted with one liners and easy quotables, so it shouldn't be surprising. The summer of 1984 abounded with recitations of 'he slimed me' and 'there's something you don't see every day.' Not to mention a fair share of high schoolers doing their best Bill Murray walk.