Glee Rocky Horror Episode Photo Preview

GLEE: Behind the scenes with Heather Morris during the filming for "The Rocky Horror Glee Show" episode of GLEE airing Tuesday,  Oct. 26 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2010 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Adam Rose/FOX

Check out some photos from the Rocky Horror Glee episode, airing next Tuesday, a few days before Halloween.  Check out Video previews and the (unfortunately sanitized) song previews HERE.

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Entertainment Weekly has more songs HERE.  People even more HERE.

I’m sorta looking forward to this episode, though I’m a little wary of the songs’ PG edit.  We’ll see if the tunes still work with some of the naughty bits toned down.

Photos after the JUMP…

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  1. Yay for teasers/previews!! I know absolutely nothing about Rocky Horror but I love GLEE so of course I’ll be watching. Maybe I’ll just have to rent it or look up some clips beforehand.

    Love the photos of Artie. :)

  2. Is this show ever going to get back to real comedy and storytelling? It’s like a mini movie each week instead of episodic television with storylines.

  3. @mandabutter:

    Not sure how old you are but, yes if you can, you must rent the original, or better yet go and see a showing of it at a movie theater. The “Glee” version will be cleaned up for TV, and while I love Glee, I am hoping it brings a new audience to the original Rocky Horror Picture Show. They will not really be able to do it justice without singing the music as it was intended, IMO. The original movie usually shows at midnight, although they may have earlier times. You can go to the Rocky Horror Picture Show Website and they have an area where you can find a list of movie theaters that still play it (once a month)…good luck,,BTW, Bring Newspaper, a squirt gun, rice, and get ready for a fun night. It has some sexual references, but then again so does allot of tv that is on regular channels.

  4. I haven’t been following the Fox/Cable issues, but a colleague of mine at work today asked if I could record Glee and a couple of other shows for her since she uses Cable and now cannot get Fox shows. She is very upset because she watches mostly Fox for her entertainment.

    I told her Glee episodes can be watched on line, but some of her other favorite shows can’t. I imagine this impacts ratings for the shows if large blocks of viewers don’t have access to them? Luckily I have Direct TV and don’t have to worry about it!

  5. @jacquesthedog:
    I’m 25 y.o. I will see about renting it or find a friend with NetFlix. Sounds fun, I’m familiar with 1 or 2 songs that I didn’t know came from the movie. Will do!

    To Niall: If you’ve ever seen Nip/Tuck past season 2 or 3, you know Ryan Murphy does NOT do episodic television. IMO, each season was an experiment in shock value with no apparent character dev. and episodes that were mini-movies (of the NC-17 nature.) Yet, I was loyal and there for pretty much every show. :)

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