If this pandemic has done nothing else of note, it's managed to rope together legendary casts of movies and TV shows that would have otherwise continued on their merry way.
Already, you've had 'The Princess Bride' cast did a live script read, the cast of 'Star Trek: Voyager' reunited for the first time in years, and now, Tim Curry is taking part in a livestream for 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' this coming Saturday in order to raise money for the Wisconsin Democrat Party.
Curry, who played Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the 1975 camp classic, will be joined by Barry Bostwick and Nell Campbell, who played Brad and Columbia in the original. Evidently, Susan Sarandon isn't getting involved.
Still, there's more than enough star power to make up for her absence, with the likes of Rosario Dawson, Jason Alexander, Taylor Schilling, David Arquette, Wilmer Valderamma taking part, along with musical guests including the Dresden Dolls, Rachel Bloom from 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend', Josh Gad, and probably a few surprises too.
Tim Curry hasn't been in the best of health in the past few years, having suffered a stroke in 2012. All that said, he was still involved in the 2016 reboot of 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' that saw Laverne Cox take over the role of Dr. Frank-N-Furter while Curry played the Criminologist.
You can watch the livestream yourself this Saturday in your garters and knickers once you make a donation here. In the meantime, start practicing the moves for the Time Warp.