Episode Five 

The Eye in BTILCT Episode Five - Bean Dip Productions/The Neighborhood Studio
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this episode features 
the talent of
(in order of appearance) 
Shawn Wen 
(The voice of warning,  Mandarin director ) 

Shawn Wen is a creative force to be reckoned with. An amazing talent, mind, and performer. Without his patience, dedication, and talents...this show would not be possible. 

Bob Carter
(Victor Caine,  Ro-Lang, Co-Director)

Victor Caine is the most famous police officer in all of monsterdom. A cyclops, A hell of a detective, and the protagonist of our story, Bob Carter is the voice of The Eye. 

Keith Brooks
(Announcer, Co-Director, Co-Writer)

The Announcer for everyone's favorite station, WKNUT, is a staple of the show. You'll get used to him selling you wonderful items and teasing you about next week's Episode. His vocal stylings are provided by Mr. Keith Brooks.  Also, look how douchey Keith looks in this photo that he himself picked to put up here. 

Vince Canlas

The proprietor of the self proclaimed "Best Teahouse in all of Monsterdom," Diao is a spirit who knows a little bit about everything. his teahouse is a social center of Chinatown and this crooked necked ghost (presumably from some form of hanging) tries to have his ear in every conversation. Vince Canlas lends his imagination to the character. 

Trisha Nguyen Owen 

Ba is a mysterious woman. With extreme strength, this "child" of Diao is the sister of Xiangsheng. She is brought to life by Trisha Owen who full realizes her as a complex character. the question is, how will her complexity come into play with the mystery? 

TJ Garland

Victor's former partner, Bugsy, is a collection of bugs in plainclothes. A cool cop with the Manhattan Monster New York Police Department, we pulled out the big guns for this part and got resident Bean Dipper TJ Garland to bring him to life. 

Tom Thon

A transplant from the Chicago police Department, Bugsy's new partner is a human with a penchant for darkness. He doesn't go by the book, but he gets results. How well will that sit with The Eye? 

Jack Ha
(Erlik Khan)

A low level God who is known as a dealer of Death. Jack Ha wonderfully portrays the man who is responsible for the Ro-Lang attack on Victor and Xiangsheng. But he was just hired...even though he's in the hot seat, will he turn on whoever hired him? 

John Crow 

A powerful, intimidating, and criminal figure, Susanoo is a Japanese God...no hyperbole. As the leader or "kumicho" of the Yakuza...he is a prime suspect of Victor's investigation. But can Victor stand up to someone as powerful as Susanoo? 

Albert Yoo

The Lieutenant of the Yakuza, Akateko is an extension of the samurai sword he carries. He is sharp, vicious, ferocious, and quick to action. With a red right hand (which happens to be scaly), he might prove to be a hurdle Victor finds difficulty in getting past. Albert Yoo paints the character with lethal strokes and intriguing shades. 

Cory Di Mino
(End Credits) 

We are thrilled to have the sweet dulcet tones of Cory Di Mino close out the show with each and every installment. We know that if there's any talent that'll have you coming back, it'll be his.  

Written and Created by
R.K. Brooks and Trevor Garner
Directed by
Keith Brooks, Trevor Garner, Bob Carter, Shawn Wen
Special Guest Direction by
Steven K. Greer
Japanese Direction by
Jared Utecht
Produced by
Lex Lewis, TJ Garland
Executive Producers
Bob Carter, Shawn Wen
Recorded at The Neighborhood Studio in
Atlanta, Georgia
Special Thanks to
Neve Campbell
As is Tradition