On an otherwise routine day, the ghost of Nori-ra manifested in Tokyo Bay and turned over a fishing vessel before swimming to shore and scaring off civilians. The Ghostbusters were dispatched to Tokyo Bay and destroyed it. However, once they reached the shore, they fought another ghost called Kani. After comparing notes with a boy named Kenji, the Ghostbusters realized they were dealing with manifestations based on movie monsters from nearby Yamani Studios.
- In the second draft of "Attack of the B-Movie Monsters," Lizardo was scripted to rise out of Tokyo Bay. 
- ↑ Kenji (2009). The Real Ghostbusters - "Attack of the B-Movie Monsters" (1991) (DVD ts. 14:49-14:51). Time Life Entertainment. Kenji says: "Everything drains into Tokyo Bay."
- ↑ Mueller, Richard (2009). The Real Ghostbusters Complete Collection Volume Five Disc Two, "Attack of the B-Movie Monsters" Script p. 29. CPT Holdings, Inc. Line reads: "Lizardo, a spectral-frilled lizard with bulging frog-like eyes, rises out of the Bay."