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The Rocky Horror Glee Show is the fifth episode of Glee 's second season  and the twenty-seventh episode overall. It premiered on October 26, 2010. It pays tribute to the 1975 film, The Rocky Horror Picture Show .

An EP, Glee: The Music, The Rocky Horror Glee Show , accompanying the episode was released on October 19, 2010. Seven songs from The Rocky Horror Picture Show were covered in this episode.

The episode was directed by Adam Shankman and written by Ryan Murphy with assistance on the story from Tim Wollaston.

The episode opens with the red lips of glee club member Santana in a black background as she sings Science Fiction Double Feature . In the McKinley High auditorium, the New Directions members rehearse The Rocky Horror Show , singing There's a Light (Over at the Frankenstein Place) , which is interrupted by Dr. Carl Howell , who accuses club director,  Will Schuester of trying to steal his girlfriend, school guidance counselor Emma Pillsbury .

The episode continues in flashback format, with Will recalling the events leading up to Carl's accusation. When Will learns that Emma and Carl attended a midnight screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show which has helped to lessen some of her obsessive–compulsive behaviors, he decides to direct a school production of the musical, with members of New Directions as the cast members.

The club co-captains Finn Hudson and Rachel Berry take the lead roles of Brad and Janet. Kurt Hummel is asked to play Dr. Frank-N-Furter, but refuses. Instead, Mike Chang volunteers to play Dr. Frank-N-Furter, and Sam Evans is cast as Rocky. While Sam is secure in his own body image, Finn feels self-conscious at the prospect of appearing in his underwear.



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The Rocky Horror Glee Show is the fifth episode of Glee 's second season  and the twenty-seventh episode overall. It premiered on October 26, 2010. It pays tribute to the 1975 film, The Rocky Horror Picture Show .

An EP, Glee: The Music, The Rocky Horror Glee Show , accompanying the episode was released on October 19, 2010. Seven songs from The Rocky Horror Picture Show were covered in this episode.

The episode was directed by Adam Shankman and written by Ryan Murphy with assistance on the story from Tim Wollaston.

The episode opens with the red lips of glee club member Santana in a black background as she sings Science Fiction Double Feature . In the McKinley High auditorium, the New Directions members rehearse The Rocky Horror Show , singing There's a Light (Over at the Frankenstein Place) , which is interrupted by Dr. Carl Howell , who accuses club director,  Will Schuester of trying to steal his girlfriend, school guidance counselor Emma Pillsbury .

The episode continues in flashback format, with Will recalling the events leading up to Carl's accusation. When Will learns that Emma and Carl attended a midnight screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show which has helped to lessen some of her obsessive–compulsive behaviors, he decides to direct a school production of the musical, with members of New Directions as the cast members.

The club co-captains Finn Hudson and Rachel Berry take the lead roles of Brad and Janet. Kurt Hummel is asked to play Dr. Frank-N-Furter, but refuses. Instead, Mike Chang volunteers to play Dr. Frank-N-Furter, and Sam Evans is cast as Rocky. While Sam is secure in his own body image, Finn feels self-conscious at the prospect of appearing in his underwear.

The Rocky Horror Glee Show is the fifth episode of Glee 's second season  and the twenty-seventh episode overall. It premiered on October 26, 2010. It pays tribute to the 1975 film, The Rocky Horror Picture Show .

An EP, Glee: The Music, The Rocky Horror Glee Show , accompanying the episode was released on October 19, 2010. Seven songs from The Rocky Horror Picture Show were covered in this episode.

The episode was directed by Adam Shankman and written by Ryan Murphy with assistance on the story from Tim Wollaston.

The episode opens with the red lips of glee club member Santana in a black background as she sings Science Fiction Double Feature . In the McKinley High auditorium, the New Directions members rehearse The Rocky Horror Show , singing There's a Light (Over at the Frankenstein Place) , which is interrupted by Dr. Carl Howell , who accuses club director,  Will Schuester of trying to steal his girlfriend, school guidance counselor Emma Pillsbury .

The episode continues in flashback format, with Will recalling the events leading up to Carl's accusation. When Will learns that Emma and Carl attended a midnight screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show which has helped to lessen some of her obsessive–compulsive behaviors, he decides to direct a school production of the musical, with members of New Directions as the cast members.

The club co-captains Finn Hudson and Rachel Berry take the lead roles of Brad and Janet. Kurt Hummel is asked to play Dr. Frank-N-Furter, but refuses. Instead, Mike Chang volunteers to play Dr. Frank-N-Furter, and Sam Evans is cast as Rocky. While Sam is secure in his own body image, Finn feels self-conscious at the prospect of appearing in his underwear.



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In his urban legend book The Baby Train, folklorist Jan Harold Brunvand writes that he first heard the “dead body found under hotel bed” legend in 1991. Every version that came to him mentioned a Las Vegas hotel, but the lack of checkable details led him to believe this was an apocryphal tale.

Okay, so we can date the appearance of this legend to 1991. Unlike a number of other such gruesome tales, this legend appears to have sprung from a misremembering of any one of a number of actual news items, with the talebearer shifting certain details so that deaths which took place in anonymous little motels along Interstates are said to have happened in Las Vegas, America’s own Sin City, and victims who’d (usually) done little else amiss than be in the wrong place at the wrong time and/or take up with questionable company were transformed through the magic of retelling into prostitutes.

Dead bodies get stashed in the box spring or the bed’s pedestal more often than you’d want to believe. What’s more, a fair number of them are only discovered days later … after the new tenant complains about a persistent and disagreeable odor.

In each of the following cases not only were bodies discovered under hotel beds, but it was investigations of the smell of decomposition that led to their discoveries.


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