TV preview for Tuesday, October 26, 2010: 'Glee' goes 'Rocky Horror'

BACK: Steven Slater recalls his JetBlue exit on "Larry King Live."
BACK: Steven Slater recalls his JetBlue exit on "Larry King Live." (Seth Wenig/associated Press)
Tuesday, October 26, 2010


"Glee" (Fox at 8) celebrates Halloween by going all out with a "Rocky Horror Picture Show" tribute, mostly because Will still has a crush on Emma, and he finds out that she loves the cult classic movie.

If you've ever wondered about the year's spookiest day beyond the costumes and candy, "The Real Story of Halloween" (History at 8) looks at the true origins of the Oct. 31 holiday.

"Nova" (WETA at 8, MPT at 9) documents the Chilean mine disaster in "Emergency Mine Rescue," which chronicles the efforts of more than 1,000 engineers to save the miners who had been trapped for weeks.

Abby gets obsessed with solving the murder of a naval scientist, causing the team to worry about her well-being on "NCIS" (CBS at 8).

Virginia and Jimmy are at odds on "Raising Hope" (Fox at 9) when Jimmy ponders whether to show his daughter videos from her mother in prison, and Virginia feels that parents should always lie to their kids to protect them from a harsh truth.

The country's most famous JetBlue flight attendant, Steven Slater, appears on "Larry King Live" (CNN at 9) to discuss his emergency-slide exit from an airplane this summer.

Mike Rowe can do a lot of things, but can he outsmart (and possibly outrun) a bunch of bloodhounds? On "Dirty Jobs" (Discovery at 9), Rowe poses as a fugitive and sees what happens.

The "Private Chefs of Beverly Hills" (Food Network at 9) get some strange requests, but Tuesday's episode tops them all when they must cater a seance, specifically with foods favored by celebrities who have passed away.

Still reeling from the announcement that there's a third candidate in the state's attorney's race, Peter and Eli scramble to learn all they can about Wendy on "The Good Wife" (CBS at 10); meanwhile, Alicia and the partners enter risky legal territory when a massage therapist accuses a Nobel Peace Prize winner of sexual assault.

New reality series "Dance Cam Slam" (VH1 at 10) kicks off, as people groove to various pop songs via home video cam, in hopes to win the highest score from the judges and a $5,000 prize.

Singer Taylor Swift stops by "Late Show With David Letterman" (CBS at 11:35), along with comedian Seth Meyers.

"The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" (NBC at 11:35) hosts actor Robert Downey Jr., super chef Paula Deen and country singer Jamey Johnson.

-- Emily Yahr

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