Lastly, Finn fights back against Sue's (Jane Lynch) bullying, tricking her into admitting she once posed nude in a magazine. That in of itself ventures into hokey territory, especially when Sue thinks that she can destroy all the evidence in a digital age. Good thing for her, Finn doesn't seem remember that the internet exists, either.
That being said, I get the impression that Sue is slyly pushing Finn into being a better teacher, not just being mean for no reason, and if that turns out to be the case, I'm glad she's around for him. She won't ever admit it, of course, but I sense that she's starting to treat Finn as a colleague and worthy opponent, the same way she treats Will (Matthew Morrison). That's a good sign.
"Naked" is not Glee's best outing, but if there was an award form Most Improved episode from beginning to end, it would win it. There are some important issues brought up, some great character moments, and some fantastic musical numbers. Overall, I'd give it a solid B+.
Glee airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on FOX.