Could someone write out the whole plot of The Rocky Horror Picture Show?

I want to get some things straight.
I want to know about the Eddie/Rocky Horror situation and stuff.

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  • Carrie:

    The story is narrated by a criminologist who, reading from a leather bound report titled, “The Denton Affair”, tells the tale of newly engaged couple, Brad Majors (Barry Bostwick) and Janet Weiss (Susan Sarandon) (“Dammit Janet”), who find themselves lost and with a flat tire on a cold and rainy, late November evening.[8] Seeking a phone with which to call for help at a nearby castle (“Over at the Frankenstein Place”), Brad and Janet discover a group of strange and outlandish people who are holding an Annual Transylvanian Convention. They watch, still wet from the rain, as the Transylvanians, servants, and a tap dancing groupie dance the “Time Warp”, the film’s signature song.

    They are soon swept into the world of Dr. Frank N. Furter (Tim Curry), a bizarre and self-proclaimed “sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania” (“Sweet Transvestite”). The ensemble of convention attendees also include servants Riff Raff (Richard O’Brien), his sister Magenta (Patricia Quinn), and a groupie named Columbia (Nell Campbell).

    Frank claims to have discovered the “secret to life itself”. In a scene inspired by the classic Frankenstein films, his creation, Rocky Horror, is brought to life (“The Sword of Damocles”). Frank admires his creation’s muscular physique (“I Can Make You a Man”). The ensuing celebration is soon interrupted by Eddie, an ex-delivery boy and partial brain donor to Rocky, who rides out of a deep freeze on a motorcycle (“Hot Patootie – Bless My Soul”). In a jealous rage, Frank corners him and slaughters him with an axe. He then departs with Rocky to a bridal suite off of the laboratory.

    Brad and Janet are shown to separate bedrooms, where each is visited and seduced in turn by Frank, posing as the opposite. Janet, upset and emotional, wanders off to look for Brad, who she discovers is with Frank via a television monitor. She then discovers Rocky, cowering in his birth tank, hiding from Riff Raff, who has been tormenting him. While tending to Rocky’s wounds (from dogs set on him by Magenta), Janet seduces him, while Magenta and Columbia view the seduction from their bedroom monitor (“Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me”).

    After discovering that his creature is missing, Frank, Brad, and Riff Raff return to the lab, where Frank learns that an intruder has entered the building. Dr. Everett Scott, Brad and Janet’s old high school science teacher, has come looking for his nephew, Eddie, but Frank suspects Dr. Scott of working for the government investigating UFOs.

    Rocky and the guests are served dinner, which they soon realise has been prepared from Eddie’s remains (“Eddie”). Janet runs screaming into Rocky’s arms, and is chased through the halls of the castle by a jealous Frank. Janet, Brad, Dr. Scott, Rocky, and Columbia all meet in Frank’s lab (“Hot Dog”), where Frank captures them with the Medusa Transducer, a machine which transforms them into living statues. Magenta requests a return to Transylvania, as Dr. Scott correctly deduced where Frank is really from. Frank refuses her, and then forces Columbia, Rocky, Brad, and Janet to perform in a cabaret-style floor show (“Rose Tint My World”/”Don’t Dream It”/”Wild and Untamed Thing”).

    The performance is interrupted by the appearance of Riff Raff and Magenta, who stage a coup and announce their plan to return to the planet Transsexual (“I’m Going Home”). After explaining to Frank that he is not going back with them, they kill him for having failed in his original mission (and for murdering Eddie). Riff Raff also shoots Columbia and Rocky, who had tried to save his creator. He and Magenta release the remaining earthlings — Brad, Janet and Dr. Scott — warning them to leave; after they do so, the entire castle takes off into space to return to the planet of Transsexual, in the galaxy of Transylvania. Brad, Janet, and Dr. Scott rise stunned from the explosion, left to a sense of doubt and confusion over their night in Frank’s castle (“Super Heroes”). The criminologist finishes the story and leaves his office in darkness as a reprise of “Science Fiction/Double Feature” plays over the end credits.

  • Thats what she said:

    see imdb

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