Season 1, Episode 5
|Airdate||July 29th, 2014|
|Producer||Terri Minsky; Deborah Spera; Maria Grasso; Alexander A. Motlagh; Elle Johnson; Maria Maggenti; Sean Reycraft|
|Starring||Kathryn Prescott; Anna Jacoby-Heron; Alexis Denisof; Cynthia Watros; Zac Pullam|
|Previous||"Now You See Me"|
"The Heat" is the fifth episode of season one of the teen drama series Finding Carter. The episode was directed by John Terlesky with a script written by Elle Johnson. It first aired on MTV on Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 at 10:00 pm.
Principal Cast Edit
|Kathryn Prescott||Carter Stevens|
|Anna Jacoby-Heron||Taylor Wilson|
|Alexis Denisof||David Wilson|
|Cynthia Watros||Elizabeth Wilson|
Guest Stars Edit
|Milena Govich||Lori Stevens|
|Eddie Matos||Kyle Medeiros|
|Caleb Ruminer||Cameron Mason|
- Sean Reycraft - Consulting producer
- Maria Maggenti - Producer
- Elle Johnson - Co-executive producer
- Alexander A. Motlagh - Executive producer
- Deborah Spera - Executive producer
- Maria Grasso - Executive producer
- Terri Minsky - Executive producer
Notes & Trivia Edit
- In this episode, the producer credits are listed in reverse order from previous episodes.
- This is the first episode of Finding Carter directed by John Terlesky. He directs two episodes of the series in total.
- This is the first episode of Finding Carter written by Elle Johnson. She writes two episodes of the series in total.
- This is the second appearance of Cameron "Crash" Mason. He appeared last in "Drive".
- This is the fourth appearance of David's agent, Toby. He appeared last in "Drive".
- The title of this episode is a reference to the 2013 buddy cop comedy film The Heat, starring Sandra Bullock and Mike & Molly star Melissa McCarthy.
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