Written by Kevin Wald
At showings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, the audience responds to the happenings on screen with commentary of their own. The dialogue presented consists of typical audience-participation responses to various monologues by the Narrator in the film. Solvers must insert the Narrator's lines into the supplied blanks. The full exchanges go as follows:
I would like,You would, would you?
if I may,You may not.
to take youTake me! Take me!
on a strange journeyHow strange was it? So strange, they made a movie about it.
There are those who say that life is an illusion,Like your neck.
and that reality is simply a figment of the imagination.Also like your neck.
If this is so, then Brad and Janet are quite safe.Unlike your neck.
However,There's always a "however."
the sudden departure of their host and hisNeck?
creationAnd his neck.
into the seclusion of his somber bridal suiteWhere they were necking.
had left them feeling both apprehensiveAnd neckless.
and uneasy,And neckless.
a feeling which grewUnlike your neck.
as the other guests departedWith their necks.
and theyAnd their necks.
were shown to their separate rooms.Same room, different filter, cheap movie.
on the planet's face,What did you have for breakfast?
some insectsWhy is your phone bill so high?
called the human race,Where's your neck?
lost in timeAnd what's your favorite TV show?
and lost in spaceAnd what does this movie lack?
The insertion of the Narrator's lines assigns letters to the numbers from 1 to 129; when inserted into the appropriate places in the number arrangement below all the dialogues, they yield the following message:
IN SWEET SONG NOTE POSITIONS (FROM START) OF SEE, MY, JUST, DOWN & LAST YOU BEFORE SWEET GUY. LOOK THERE IN FILM TITLE TO GET X. MAKE SOMETHING THAT WOULD HORRIFY A XPHOBE.In the song "Sweet Transvestite" from The Rocky Horror Picture Show, the first appearences of "see," "my," "just," and "down" are as the 6th, 9th, 13th, and 17th words of the song, and the last appearence of "you" before "candyman" (SWEET GUY) is the 24th word of the song. The 6th, 9th, 13th, 17th and 24th letters of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" are C, H, O, C, and O. Thus, the required object for the Phase 3 ritual is "something that would horrify a chocophobe" (that is, something chocolate).