The store appeared for a second time in "A Crime of Fashion" as the second location that had a mannequin that was a doppelgänger of Jude. Having previously fallen in love with the smartly-dressed mannequin in the window of a store called "Tarted-Up Formal Wear," Jude was horrified to learn that Not Quite Naked's mannequin was dressed in nothing but a thong. He tried to remove the mannequin but was fought off by a female employee. Robbie later took it and wheeled it through the mall, much to Jude's chagrin.
While the store appeared briefly in "Fashion Victims" as the place where Nikki, Jen and Caitlin purchased some boy-cut undies, its next major appearance was in the episode "Whoa, Baby!" Caitlin went there to buy a bra to make her breasts look bigger in order to impress her newest crush, Sawyer. She brought Nikki along so that she could get another girl's opinion and ended up getting one that was filled with water. While they were in the store, Jen's mom, Emma, came in and the two girls overheard her asking an employee about maternity bras, which made them realize that she was pregnant. Later on in the episode, Jonesy and Wyatt shopped at the store for bras as well so that Jonesy could stuff them with water balloons and market them as "Jonesy's Jugs."
- Not Quite Naked is a parody of Victoria's Secret, an international chain of lingerie stores that started in the United States, and also has some locations in Canada.
- In the Cartoon Network airing of "Dude of the Living Dead", Jonesy's reason for being hired is censored, changing from being "gay" to being "famous."
- Although Not Quite Naked is a lingerie store, it's possible that the minimum hiring age is 16, such Jonesy was able to get a job there despite being a minor (although that was just a dream that Jude was having).
- This is true for Victoria's Secret--while most VS-employees are eighteen or older, a sixteen-year-old can work in the store. However, there are certain rules that apply for employees who're under eighteen (such as a limit to the number of hours you can work in a day or a week).