Frank leaves his lab of new statues to prepare for a stunning floor show.
He has all the statues decked out in groovy costumes: lace-up corsets, fishnets, and sequined elbow-length gloves. Oh, and don't forget the boa. A good rule to follow no matter what occasion you're dressing for.
Frank flips the de-Medusa switch, changing them back into humans, one at a time, to perform "Rose Tint My World."
When the four de-statued folk finish their song, the white curtain lifts, revealing Frank standing in front of an RKO Radio Picture logo.
He's wearing almost the same outfit, except his red-sequined corset is a lot snazzier.
Frank begins to sing "Fanfare/Don't Dream It, Be It" about dressing like classic Hollywood heroines.
(We don't remember any of them wearing torn fishnets, but it's always important to add your own personal style.)
Everyone ends up having a big wet love fest in a swimming pool by the end of the song.
Dr. Scott magically returns back to human form, and he declares, out loud, to himself, that he'll find a way out of the castle.
Then he is surprised to find that under his blanket, he, too, is wearing a stiletto heel and fishnets. Hey, if you got it, flaunt it.