Meat Loaf and Barry Bostwick reportedly would appear in the tribute episode but not in their original characters.
A little light into how "Glee" will tackle the "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" tribute has been shared. E! Online is reporting that the original castmembers of the 1975 film will be on board the episode which is slated to air on October 26 to coincide with Halloween.
The two stars are none other than Meat Loaf and Barry Bostwick who portrayed Eddie the Ex Delivery Boy and Brad Majors the Hero respectively. But instead of reprising their roles, these two would be TV station managers who have "an interesting proposal" for Jane Lynch's Sue Sylvester.
Susan Sarandon was also in the original movie and she was open to join the episode on one condition. "[It would depend] what they wanted me to do," Sarandon told People. "I'm not really a singer, so I wouldn't be very out there. I'm a terrible singer."
There was also a hint that "Time Wrap" will be performed by Chris Colfer's Kurt. After all, it was his idea to do a "Rocky Horror" episode. "I take full credit for the Rocky Horror Picture Show because it was my idea from the beginning," Colfer said. "I remember in the pilot telling Ryan Murphy how I wanted to do the 'Time Warp.' So if it's a total horrible, horrible thing, you can blame me, but I can't wait to do that and do the 'Time Warp.' It's so my thing. I can't wait."
"Glee" would return on screen September 21. Pictures from the season opener have just been shared by NY Times.