Glee Preview: A Tribute to The Rocky Horror Picture Show

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Glee viewers got to know Sam well this week, while, in one of the more surprising developments in show history, Artie REALLY got to know Brittany..

What did you think of the episode "Duets?" Sound off on our detailed review now!

Glancing ahead, meanwhile, our favorite musical comedy will take next week off and then return in a big way on October 26: with an episode that pays homage to the 1975 classic movie, The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The installment will feature Kurt as Riff Raff,  Rachel as Janet and Mercedes as Frank-N-Furter.

Get an early look at various characters in costume and then check out the official preview here:

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I, for one, am thrilled with the shirtless scenes, it`s about time I got fanservice too. (also notice, kurt has hairy legs) I`ve listened to the preview for the rocky horror glee show and depressingly, I`m underwhelmed... I think they`ve missed the point and didn`t try hard enough. that said, I`m sure they`ll be enough funny lines to tide me over for the episode. (and I`ve already pre-ordered the damn soundtrack on itunes, so I`ll get used to the music, sides, I have the punk rock version too)

Reese williams

i understand why you would want to.. but come on, can we not give Sam another 18 shirtless scenes like in Duets.
he may be in shape but its getting damn ridiculous.


Mercades as FrankNFurter?! What the hell? She should have been Magneta to Kurt's Riff Raff. Oh well, from the promo it looks like they'll be playing multiple parts anyway. Glad it appears Brittany is Columbia though, thought it should either be her or Tina doing that part and Heather is a better dancer so it fits.


Mmmm ... this one is gonna be sooo crazy and sooo hot !

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