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Glee: Season 4, Episode 12:: Naked

Feb 01, 2013

This week on Glee (Season 4, Episode 12) the glee club puts together a calendar shoot to raise money for regionals. Find out more in the Kidzworld Recap of "Naked" which aired February 31st 2013.

Calendar Guys

The New Directions turned up the heat this episode when they decided to have a shirtless calendar shoot featuring the studs of McKinley High, and their nemesis Sue's protestations were dismissed out of hand this week after they discovered that she herself had been featured in a nude photo shoot in her heyday! The Dalton Warblers have been exposed for using perfomance enhancing drugs and disqualified from Regionals, so it's up to the New Directions to take back their former glory and in order to do that they need to raise funds. After finding out about his dismal SAT scores Sam hones in on the importance of his body, until Blaine leads the way in getting everyone to tell him something good about himself. Lovebirds Jake and Marley finally said the L word to each other (with Becky making gagging noises in the background.)

Art Film

It isn't just at McKinley that people are grappling with whether or not to bare their, um, souls? Rachel is offered the part of a woman with Alzheimer's in a  student film, but the part requires going topless and she has a raging debate between her new self and her old self. Kurt is completely against the nudity, but Brody is all for it. In the end Rachel decides it just isn't worth it, and in a small aside Santana is starting to see that New York might just be her speed.

Set List

  • Torn
  • Hot in Herre/Centerfold
  • A Thousand Years
  • Let Me Love You
  • Love Song
  • This is the New Year

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chirstineluvsya
cause its getten interesting
commented: Sun Feb 03, 2013

jackanori

jackanori wrote:

yes you nimty there has been a new series :O
commented: Sat Feb 02, 2013

yoda56

yoda56 wrote:

ikr that show is olddddddd
commented: Fri Feb 01, 2013

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