The OG 'Ghostbusters' Just Danced *So Hard* with the New All-Female Cast

Who you gonna call? Bill Murray for his dance moves, probably.

When news broke that the Ghostbusters reboot was getting an all-female cast, half the internet was like "yas, kween!" and the other half was like "boo, girls are lame." In other words, it was the best of times, it was the worst of times—but we're happy to report that the OG Ghostbusters and the new kids on the block have united with a casual dance party.

The film's original cast (including Bill Murray) chilled with Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones during Jimmy Kimmel Live, and basically spent their time dancing to Ray Parker Jr.'s epic theme song.

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Seriously, look at Bill Murray.

And then look at Bill Murray again.

Ok, now watch the full video and bask in the epic-ness.

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