History Awesome / Daria

20th Jan '16 7:16:46 PM toongrrl1990
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* Amelia's speech in ''Camp Fear'' where she calls out resident brown-noser Skip for his AlphaBitch behavior. --->Since I've been coming to camp I've been doing whatever Skip tells me to, even when I didn't want to or thought it was stupid. And I never challenged him or said anything because I didn't want to risk being alienated from the group. So I learned to keep quiet, just follow the herd, lead a life of quiet desperation. But I'm not gonna do that anymore. Because returning to Camp Grizzly meant renewing my acquaintance with someone special, a role model, an inspiration. Daria Morgendorffer. Sure, she's unpleasant. Sure, she's anti-social. Sure, she say's whatever's on her mind without any regard for others' feelings. But at least she thinks for herself and marches to her own drummer. So from now on I'm going start thinking for myself just like Daria, and I don't care if I end up like her with no friends. I never want to see this stupid campground again. ** Then later she apologizes to Daria for her remarks about her in the speech, Daria then replies she shouldn't apologize for telling the truth.
25th Nov '15 2:29:34 AM SarcasmKid
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* A non-canon example, but one of the "bloopers" during the end credits for ''Is It Fall Yet?'' includes a ''very'' irate Quinn shoving Sandi's face into her food during lunchtime, complete with the guys behind looking like they're cheering her on.
10th Nov '15 9:24:01 AM dsneybuf
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* In "The Misery Chick", Brittany slapped the "hero" quarterback. after he asked her to have sex. right after she said her boyfriend worships him. Although, what ''really'' provoked her was when, after Brittany repeated that Kevin is Tommy Sherman's biggest fan, Tommy completely missed her point and asked "What are you saying? He wants to watch? I don't know..." and ''then'' she slapped him.
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* In "The Misery Chick", Brittany slapped the "hero" quarterback. quarterback, after he asked her to have sex. sex, right after she said her boyfriend worships him. Although, what ''really'' provoked her was when, after Brittany repeated that Kevin is Tommy Sherman's biggest fan, Tommy completely missed her point and asked "What are you saying? He wants to watch? I don't know..." and ''then'' she slapped him.
10th Nov '15 9:23:23 AM dsneybuf
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** She also had an earlier one in "The Misery Chick" when she slapped the "hero" quarterback (he asked her to have sex right after she said her boyfriend worships him). Although, what ''really'' provoked her was when, after Brittany repeated that Kevin is Tommy Sherman's biggest fan, Tommy completely missed her point and asked "What are you saying? He wants to watch? I don't know..." and ''then'' she slapped him.
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** She also had an earlier one in * In "The Misery Chick" when she Chick", Brittany slapped the "hero" quarterback (he quarterback. after he asked her to have sex sex. right after she said her boyfriend worships him).him. Although, what ''really'' provoked her was when, after Brittany repeated that Kevin is Tommy Sherman's biggest fan, Tommy completely missed her point and asked "What are you saying? He wants to watch? I don't know..." and ''then'' she slapped him.

* Another meta one for Wendy Hoopes in the {{Musical Episode}} "Daria!", where she managed to give great singing performances as all three of her characters. ** Including [[SoloDuet singing a duet with herself!]]
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* Another meta one for Wendy Hoopes in the {{Musical Episode}} "Daria!", where she managed to give great singing performances as all three of her characters. ** characters. Including [[SoloDuet singing a duet with herself!]]
6th Nov '15 11:14:06 AM SarcasmKid
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* In "The Lost Girls" Daria spent most of the school day with Val, the shallow and deluded editor and owner of a so-called teen magazine called "Val." When Daria finally has enough of Val and how "jiggy" she is, she calls out Val's magazine for the exploitative and damaging drivel that it is and tells her instead of trying to act like a 30-something year old who still thinks she's a teenager she should try and offer something her readers could actually use since they won't be teenagers forever. Val's response is to write an article about how Daria, nicknamed "D," is "The Anti-Teen." Jodie points out everyone at Lawndale High will know it's her. Daria's response? -->'''Daria''': Hey, I'm jiggy with it.
12th Apr '15 10:26:16 AM LeedsKing
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* [[TheDitz Brittney]] gets a quite surprising one in "The Daria Hunter," when she proves to be amazingly skilled at paintball, both outlining a perfect group strategy and doing several forward flips to knock away Mr. [=DiMartino=]'s gun. ** She also had an earlier one in "The Misery Chick" when she slapped the "hero" quarterback (he asked her to have sex right after she said her boyfriend worships him). Although, what ''really'' provoked her was when, after Brittney repeated that Kevin is Tommy Sherman's biggest fan, Tommy completely missed her point and asked "What are you saying? He wants to watch? I don't know..." and ''then'' she slapped him.
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* [[TheDitz Brittney]] Brittany]] gets a quite surprising one in "The Daria Hunter," when she proves to be amazingly skilled at paintball, both outlining a perfect group strategy and doing several forward flips to knock away Mr. [=DiMartino=]'s gun. ** She also had an earlier one in "The Misery Chick" when she slapped the "hero" quarterback (he asked her to have sex right after she said her boyfriend worships him). Although, what ''really'' provoked her was when, after Brittney Brittany repeated that Kevin is Tommy Sherman's biggest fan, Tommy completely missed her point and asked "What are you saying? He wants to watch? I don't know..." and ''then'' she slapped him.

* Ted Dewitt-Clinton gets one by calling off the Fashion Club, Kevin, and Brittney from protesting the change in the yearbook structure. He does so by mentioning a supposed sale at Cashman's to ward off the Fashion Club and settling matters with Kevin through a grip contest (where he almost breaks Kevin's hand without breaking a sweat because he practices isometrics with his dad).
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* Ted Dewitt-Clinton gets one by calling off the Fashion Club, Kevin, and Brittney Brittany from protesting the change in the yearbook structure. He does so by mentioning a supposed sale at Cashman's to ward off the Fashion Club and settling matters with Kevin through a grip contest (where he almost breaks Kevin's hand without breaking a sweat because he practices isometrics with his dad).
12th Apr '15 10:19:04 AM LeedsKing
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*** [[WildMassGuessing Could the whole episode,]] {{Aesop}} [[FridgeBrilliance and all, have been a]] ShoutOut to ''Literature/TheFountainhead''? **** Maybe, but if so it's a bad choice for a homage. Something Rand didn't realize is that Howard Roarke, as an architect, was doing a work for hire and therefore had no legal ownership of the final product. Daria and Jane, on the other hand, were the owners of the project Li vandalized, so if the two are connected at all, the ''Daria'' episode is a FixFic.
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*** ** [[WildMassGuessing Could the whole episode,]] {{Aesop}} [[FridgeBrilliance and all, have been a]] ShoutOut to ''Literature/TheFountainhead''? **** *** Maybe, but if so it's a bad choice for a homage. Something Rand didn't realize is that Howard Roarke, as an architect, was doing a work for hire and therefore had no legal ownership of the final product. Daria and Jane, on the other hand, were the owners of the project Li vandalized, so if the two are connected at all, the ''Daria'' episode is a FixFic.
22nd Sep '14 2:58:50 PM Rotide
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The character in question was named Howard Roarke- Holden Caulfield was the protagonist of The Catcher In The Rye
**** Maybe, but if so it's a bad choice for a homage. Something Rand didn't realize is that Holden Caulfield, as an architect, was doing a work for hire and therefore had no legal ownership of the final product. Daria and Jane, on the other hand, were the owners of the project Li vandalized, so if the two are connected at all, the ''Daria'' episode is a FixFic.
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**** Maybe, but if so it's a bad choice for a homage. Something Rand didn't realize is that Holden Caulfield, Howard Roarke, as an architect, was doing a work for hire and therefore had no legal ownership of the final product. Daria and Jane, on the other hand, were the owners of the project Li vandalized, so if the two are connected at all, the ''Daria'' episode is a FixFic.
27th Aug '14 10:29:09 AM evdebs
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****Maybe, but if so it's a bad choice for a homage. Something Rand didn't realize is that Holden Caulfield, as an architect, was doing a work for hire and therefore had no legal ownership of the final product. Daria and Jane, on the other hand, were the owners of the project Li vandalized, so if the two are connected at all, the ''Daria'' episode is a FixFic.

-->'''Jane:''' "We're fighting about ''you,'' Daria Morgnedorffer!"
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-->'''Jane:''' "We're fighting about ''you,'' Daria Morgnedorffer!"Morgendorffer!"
30th Jul '14 9:19:58 AM BroomhandleJones
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* The entire exchange with Helen and Ms. Li in "Arts n' Crass" is possibly the biggest and best of the whole series:
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* The entire exchange with Helen and Ms. Li in "Arts n' Crass" (which happened after Daria and Jane get in trouble for vandalizing their painting) is possibly the biggest and best of the whole series:

'''Helen:''' I was under the impression that participation in this contest was voluntary.\\
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'''Helen:''' I was I'm under the impression that participation in this contest was voluntary.\\voluntary?\\

'''Li:''' That's not what I said at all!\\
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'''Li:''' '''Li''' ''(flustered)'': That's not what I said at all!\\

** This was preceded by a Crowning Moment Of Awesome for the whole Lane family, in their own weird way: immediately before contacting Helen, Ms. Li tries to contact the Lane household. Trent is passed out (exactly as he was when the first call to the Lanes in the episode was made), and Amanda is ignoring the phone to focus on her craftwork (exactly as she was when the first call was made), leaving the phone to ring out completely. What makes this a Crowning Moment Of Awesome? The inevitable result of the call is so predictable to both Daria and Jane, they never bat an eyelid (and even exchange a smirk). Even though Jane can't count on her family to do anything, she ''can'' count on them to ''not'' do anything, which is something even Daria occasionally envies.

'''Helen''': Jake, what the hell are you talking about? Are you listening?\\
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'''Helen''': Jake, what the hell ''hell'' are you talking about? Are you listening?\\
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