Now in its 5th season, the third episode of Fox's Glee, "The Quarterback" will be dedicated to the life and legacy of Cory Monteith, who portrayed Finn Hudson on the hit series.

Lea Michele, who shared a screen and real life romance with Monteith, is said to have put a lot planning and creation into the episode, directing Glee's creative team. And, she won't appear in the final act of the show. She is also said to be closing the hour with a Bob Dylan cover.

Other songs that are rumored to be featured on the "goodbye" episode are "Seasons of Love" (Rent), "I'll Stand By You" by the Pretenders, "Fire and Rain" by James Taylor, "If I Die Young" by The Band Perry's, "No Surrender" by Bruce Springsteen, and "Make You Feel My Love" by Bob Dylan.

The Canadian actor, who struggled with drug abuse for more than ten years, died after the lethal intake of heroin and alcohol on July 31 of this year. The 31-year-old was found dead in his Fairmon Pacific Rim hotel room in Vancouver. When the actor failed to checkout following a seven-night stay, hotel staff entered the room and found his body. He was found with a spoon with drug residue, a used hypodermic needle and two empty bottles of champagne. Toxicology reports indicated that in addition to alcohol and heroin, codeine and morphine were found in his system.

Ryan Murphy, the show's creator, stated that Finn's death will also deal with drug abuse, though Finn won't die from an overdose. The episode will be coupled with drug-related PSAs that will feature Ryan Murphy and a numbers of Glee actors.

"The Quarterback" is set to air Oct. 10 at 9/8c on Fox. And, the fourth episode will not appear until November 7, in order to give the cast and crew an emotional break, and for writers to decide how they will proceed.