Episode Four

The Eye in BTILCT Episode Four - 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,  Sun Wukong, Mandarin director ) 

Shawn Wen brings to life Sun Wukong, the legendary Monkey King! Perhaps one of the most lethal characters in the series, not only because of his strength...but also because of his unpredictability. 

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, Wudian, Co-Director, Co-Writer)

Keith plays one of the offensive Mogwai. He's terrible at it, but the character's supposed to be terrible, so... I guess it all works out in the end. Please don't stop listening to the show just because Keith is involved. 

Kurt Yue

Kurt Yue brings to life one  half of the hardest working police team in Chinatown. Fan is an excellent cop. Quick witted, in the know, and stalwart....it's easy to see why the extremely talented Yue was cast in the role. We're thrilled to have him. 

John Tyme Tong 
(Xie, Changbi)

John brings to life two characters that couldn't be more disparate. One, being Xie; the other half of the dynamic detective duo that dutifully watches over Chinatown. A symbol of law and justice. Which is very different portrayal than that of Changbi. Changbi is a long armed, long haired, pale Cantonese monster that is within the inner circle of the Triads. 

Lindsay Van Pelt 

Xiangsheng is a mysterious character. Eyeless, Noseless, this interesting woman with only a mouth would be appealing enough...but she has a "nasty habit." Every time she speaks she tells part truth...and part lie. How will Victor tell the difference? Lindsay Van Pelt is breathtaking as this riddle of a character. 

Trevor Garner
(Gaowan, Co-Writer, Co-Director)

Trevor plays an asshole in the series. I mean, not literally....but we'll see where future episodes take us. He plays Gaowan, one of the Mogwai. And all of the Mogwai are jerks. Like...just absolute jerks. 

TJ Garland

TJ is a Beandipper from way back. and he brings his amazing talents and sense of character to the series in multiple capacities. Firstly, we'll here hear him as Gangmen...a piece of shit Mogwai who is crude and rude,. A scaly short and cantankerous creature...Garland proves he can stretch his talents and play any type of character. 

Lex Lewis 

The final member of the four beandippers, and the four mogwai. Former professional wrestler and bearded for her pleasure actor Lex Lewis brings Bulandi, the cutest of the detestable Mogwai, to life. 

(Meng Po)
Frances Chang

The youthful and effervescent Frances Chang brings the ancient Meng Po to life. The keeper of Panlong, the company that runs the docks, Po is a mysterious woman who has an interesting story to tell. Frances plays her to a ...tea. 

Marilyn Chung
(Fah Lo)

Marilyn is one of my favorite actors in the entire world (this is keith writing right now). So, that being said...it's an absolute honor to have her voice the character of Fah Lo, Daughter of Fu Manchu. Culturally The Fictitious character Fah Lo has been called Daughter of the Dragon...and Marilyn brings that type of mythos and fire to her performance. Stay tuned. 

Trisha Nguyen Owen 

The Skelton bride of the monkey king is brought to life by the amazing Trisha Owen. Seductive, unstable, and alluring...this skinless beauty is a dangerous one. 

David Haddad

Shen is a criminal clam monster in a loose fitting suit who is a member of the triads. David is not. there...in case you needed to know the difference or something. 

Written and Created by
R.K. Brooks and Trevor Garner
Directed by
Keith Brooks, Trevor Garner, Bob Carter, Shawn Wen
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