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Candy is a character in the Object Overload franchise. She appeared as a contestant in the 2013 and 2015 series.

Appearance

Candy appears to be a starlight mint, a type of peppermint candy. She is white with normally red peppermint markings/stripes, but she was shown with green stripes for one scene in "In Deeper Waters."

Personality

Candy is self-centered and very picky. She is obsessed with her peppermint markings, known in the series as stripes, and hates it whenever they are washed off with water or when no one notices the difference whenever she changes the color of her stripes. She's frememies,or half-friends-half-enemies, with Globe because of a reason depending on whichever version of the show. In the original version, she sometimes treats Globe like dirt because he didn't notice the change in her stripes as they were 3% darker than before the events of Object Overload, and in the reboot, she is randomly partly enemies with Globe, in which sometimes the reason of Candy being mean to Globe was because she thought he was being mean to her.

Elimination History

Episode Status
Set in Stone Safe
Branching Out Safe
In Deeper Waters Immune
Lost and Found Safe
Buckets of Fun Eliminated

Trivia

  • According to "Rostrum Rampage," Candy hates it when she is in the water because it washes off her stripes.
  • Candy makes an appearance in a show called Shape Battle, as she was one of the many characters who appeared for the challenge in episode 3 of the show. In it, she was a temporary contestant for the episode, and was placed on Circle's team.
    • Candy is one of two people that appeared on Shape Battle. The other being Tissue
  • The only time when Candy was shown with other than red stripes was in "In Deeper Waters," where she was shown with green stripes for a scene rather than the usual red.
  • Candy is one of the two characters who has a name that ends with "y" to not have that letter not added to the object's real name. The other being Cherry.
  • She is one of the characters to not be named after their species, as she is called "Candy" instead of "Peppermint."
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