Will is stung that Emma's new boyfriend is loosening her up, so to get closer to her he decides to have the club stage "The Rockey Horror Picture Show" as the school play. Sue decides to hang Will and the club out to dry in her weekly "Sue's Corner" TV commentary on opening night, so she encourages the production. There are casting challenges: who will play Frank-N-Furter and Eddie? Finn worries about appearing in his underwear, and Sam is ready to show off his six-pack. Is Will's focus on Emma going to expose his exposed kids to criticism and the club to ruin? Will Sue get her regional Emmy? Written by
Did You Know?
Sue says that she took her sister to a midnight "Rocky Horror" showing once and complains that "the audience was so enraged there was a disabled person in the audience that they threw toast at us." Throwing toast is one of the many standard audience participation features of all midnight screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show
(1975); Sue took something personally that would have happened regardless of her or her sister's presence. See more
When Finn as Brad is getting ready to do "Sweet Transvestite" he mentions that he knows he should be in his underwear. In reality he should not be in his underwear till after that song. See more
Becky, that is the best Halloween costume I've ever seen.
[Dressed up as Sue
There's only one thing missing.
[hands Becky a megaphone
Go scream at some fatties.
The title card of this episode, instead of the usual white "glee" logo, is orange for Halloween. See more
Over at the Frankenstein Place
Music and Lyrics by Richard O'Brien
Performed by Lea Michele
, Cory Monteith
and Chris Colfer See more