Season 1, Episode 2
|Airdate||January 19th, 2015|
|Producer||David Bausch; Yvonne Bernard; Gerard Bocaccio; Matthew Carpenter; Emmy Grinwis; Beth Elise Hawk; Tony Hernandez; Melissa G. Nathan; John Skidmore|
|Starring||Victoria Justice; Casey Jon Deidrick; Kiersey Clemons; John Garet Stoker; Harvey Guillen|
Principal Cast Edit
|Victoria Justice||Lindy Sampson|
|Casey Jon Deidrick||Tommy Calligan|
|John Garet Stoker||Connor|
|Harvey Guillen||George Reyes|
Guest Stars Edit
|Ryan Cooper||Jake Bolin|
|Melanie Nicholls-King||Sergeant Catherine Shaw|
|Nils Lawton||Reiss Hennesy|
|Marcus Callender||Detective Yeager|
|Donovan Christie, Jr.||Unknown|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Eye Candy was developed for television by Christian Taylor. It is based on the novel of the same name by author R.L. Stine.
- This episode is rated TV-14.
- This episode is production code number 102.
- This episode had a viewership of 626,000 people, which is up by 37,000 from the previous episode. It scored .24% in the 18-49 viewing demographic.
- This is the second episode of Eye Candy written by series showrunner Christian Taylor. Christian previously co-wrote "K3U" along with Emmy Grinwis.
- The title of this episode is an acronym used in text speak which means "Be Right Back".
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