History Characters / Daria

8th Jul '17 2:06:23 PM GlitteringFlowers
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-->'''Voiced by''': Tracy Grandstaff (original), Creator/LauraTorres (Latin-American Spanish)



%%* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry

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%%* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: She's the Smart to Quinn's beautiful, throuhg after witnessing their mother's variation of the trope with her sisters made them more willing to work this out.



-->'''Voiced by''': Wendy Hoops (original), Creator/MariaFernandaMorales (Latin-American Spanish)



* CharacterDevelopment: Particularly in her relationship with Daria.

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* CharacterDevelopment: Particularly in her relationship with Daria.Daria, where the sisters try to understand one another a little more.



* HiddenDepths: A ''lot'' smarter and deeper than she seems at first. She could probably be as smart as Daria if she simply put forth the effort--likewise, Daria could be as attractive as Quinn if she cared more about her appearance. She acts dumb and shallow because that is what makes her popular, but by the final season she has begun to accept her hidden depths a bit more.
* {{Hypocrite}}: She's afraid to be associated with Daria because she thinks Daria's interests and studying makes her weird, but Quinn never considers the idea that her borderline obsessions with the most minute, pedantic details on clothing and make-up make ''her'' seem weird as well. Although Quinn can actually get away with it to a degree because the guys in Lawndale only care about how hot she is.

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* HiddenDepths: A ''lot'' smarter and deeper than she seems at first. She could probably be as smart as Daria if she simply put forth the effort--likewise, Daria could be as attractive as Quinn if she cared more about her appearance. She acts dumb and shallow because that is what makes her popular, plus she seems to truly believe that being popular is the only thing she's good at, but by the final season she has begun to accept her hidden depths a bit more.
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* {{Hypocrite}}: HypocritcalHumor: She's afraid to be associated with Daria because she thinks Daria's interests and studying makes her weird, but Quinn never considers the idea that her borderline obsessions with the most minute, pedantic details on clothing and make-up make ''her'' seem weird as well. Although Quinn can actually get away with it to a degree because the guys in Lawndale only care about how hot she is.



** In ''Is it College Yet?'', she befriends an older girl with ''serious'' issues and is truly concerned about her sake.



-->'''Voiced by''': Wendy Hoops (original), Rocío Garcel and Creator/MonicaManjarrez (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Julian Rebolledo (original), Jorge Roig Sr. (Latin-American Spanish)



Helen's sister and Daria's aunt, She's an adult version of Daria, both in personality and appearance.

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-->'''Voiced by''': Barbara Shoesner (original), Alejandra de la Rosa and Rebeca Manríquez (Latin-American Spanish)

Helen's youngest sister and Daria's aunt, She's an adult version of Daria, both in personality and appearance.




-->'''Voiced by''': Barbara Soehner (original), Magda Giner (Latin-American Spanish)



Mother of Jake and Daria's paternal grandmother. She still believes that it's a woman's role to be a housewife that pleases her man, pesters Helen about being a working mother and wife. She is revealed to be highly resentful of her late husband and leaves to travel the world

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Mother of Jake and Daria's paternal grandmother. She still believes that it's a woman's role to be a housewife that pleases her man, pesters Helen about being a working mother and wife. She is revealed to be highly resentful of her late husband and leaves to travel the worldworld,

-->'''Voiced by''': ? (original), Magda Giner (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Wendy Hoops (original), Gisela Casillas and Alejandra de la Rosa (Latin-American Spanish)




-->'''Voiced by''': Marc Thompson (original), Creator/JoseAntonioMacias (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Janey Mertz (original), Claudia Motta (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Jessica Cyndee Jackson (original), Mónica Estrada and Creator/LilianaBarba (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Kevin Daniels and others (original), Creator/BenjaminRivera and Gabriel Gama (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Marc Thompson (original), Carlos Inigo (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Janie Mertz (original), Creator/PatriciaAcevedo and Dulce Guerrero (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Ashley Albert (original), Isabel Romo (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Jessica Zaino and Sarah Drew (original), Mayra Arellano (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Geoffrey Arend [Joey], Tim Novikoff [Jeffrey], Marc Thompson [Jamie] (original); Gabriel Gama [Joey], Rubén León [Jeffrey] and Creator/EduardoGarza [Jamie] (Latin-American Spanish)






-->'''Voiced by''': Marc Thompson (original), Herman López (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Marc Thompson (original), Jesse Conde and Gabriel Chávez (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Ashelt Albert (original), Magda Giner (Latin-American Spanish)



-->'''Voiced by''': Nora Laudani (original), Vicky Burgoa and Loretta Santini (Latin-American Spanish)



%% BadBoss

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%% BadBoss* BadBoss: Treats her employees very, ''very'' badly and isn't much better to the students.


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-->'''Voiced by''': Alvero González (original), Creator/AlfonsoObregonInclan (Latin-American Spanish)


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-->'''Voiced by''': Russel Hankin (original); Israel Magaña, Creatior/YamilAtala and Jorge Ornelas (Latin-American Spanish)
8th Jul '17 1:24:55 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* GenerationXerox: If Daria takes after Amy, Quinn takes after Rita. Subverted in that Quinn and Daria are working to avoid the kind of tumultuous relationship their Aunts and Mother have and that Quinn is more intelligent and active.

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* GenerationXerox: If Daria takes after Amy, Quinn takes after Rita. Subverted in that Quinn and Daria are working to avoid the kind of tumultuous relationship their Aunts and Mother have have, and that Quinn is more intelligent and active.



* MamaBear: For her daughter's sake she tries to do everything she can to make sure Erin's asshole husband doesn't get anything in the divorce. Although all her efforts amount to making Helen feel guilty enough to help even though Helen repeatedly admits she doesn't have experience in matrimonial law.

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* MamaBear: For her daughter's daughter Erin's sake she tries to do everything she can to make sure Erin's asshole husband doesn't get anything in the divorce. Although all her efforts amount to making Helen feel guilty enough to help even though Helen repeatedly admits she doesn't have experience in matrimonial law.



* PrettyFreeloader: Helen said she was "the prettiest" and Rita was a housewife and can't bother to hold a job because of Erin (who's an adult. She gets most of her money from husbands, boyfriends, and her mother.

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* PrettyFreeloader: Helen said she was "the prettiest" and Rita was a housewife and can't bother to hold a job because of Erin (who's an adult.adult). She gets most of her money from husbands, boyfriends, and her mother.



* TheUnfavorite: Even ''she'' has feelings of this, claiming that Helen's overachieving made Rita and Amy look lazy, while Amy got out of doing anything for the family by locking herself in her room reading Russian novels.

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* TheUnfavorite: Even ''she'' has feelings of this, claiming that Helen's overachieving made both Rita and Amy look lazy, while Amy got out of doing anything for the family by locking herself in her room reading Russian novels.



* AbusiveParents: Emotionally abusive, but not to the same extent as Mad Dog Morgendorffer. Her doting on Rita put a lot of stress on Helen and led her to become the neurotic workaholic she is today, and made Amy feel so alienated she spent most of her adolescence trying to avoid her sisters when she wasn't snarking at them.

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* AbusiveParents: Emotionally abusive, but not to the same extent as Mad Dog Morgendorffer. Her doting on Rita put a lot of stress on Helen and led her to become the neurotic workaholic she is today, and made Amy feel so alienated she spent most of her adolescence trying to avoid her sisters when she wasn't snarking at them.them, ''and'' is the main source of Rita's SpoiledBrat attitude.
5th Jul '17 10:32:16 AM creader
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* BrokenAce: She's insightful and actually respected by a fair amount of people, but she knows she's not the ideal role model

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* BrokenAce: She's insightful and actually respected by a fair amount of people, but she knows she's not the ideal role model model.
25th Jun '17 1:16:19 AM annette12
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* SurroundedByIdiots: The intro song has the repeated lyric, "You're standing on my neck," alluding to the title character feeling this way about her peers; their presence is so smothering that she can't function normally.
18th May '17 8:24:04 PM TheWarlocke
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* PinkMeansFeminine: Her shirt, and several of the other outfits she wears.

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* PinkMeansFeminine: Her shirt, and several of the other outfits she wears. Even when she wore black, in Quinn The Brain, the clothing was outlined in pink.
18th May '17 5:44:39 PM TheWarlocke
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* {{Jerkass}}: One of the more meaner staff members of Lawndale High, in that she specifically has Daria "diagnosed" with low self esteem just because Daria was being snarky about her "Picture of two people talking" test.

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* {{Jerkass}}: One of the more meaner staff members of Lawndale High, in that she specifically has Daria "diagnosed" with low self esteem just because Daria was being snarky about her "Picture of two people talking" test.
18th May '17 5:35:10 PM TheWarlocke
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* AcCENTUponTheWrongSylLABle: He has a PARTICULAR way of [=TALKing=], where he random EMPHASIZES words or [=syLLABles=] in this manner.

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* AcCENTUponTheWrongSylLABle: He has a PARTICULAR way of [=TALKing=], where he random randomly EMPHASIZES words or [=syLLABles=] in this manner.
18th May '17 4:57:59 PM TheWarlocke
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->''"When I was a kid, with Helen and Rita going at it all the time, all they left for me to do was to supply the color commentary. Then, one day, I found myself all grown up with my ''own'' point of view, and feeling no particular obligation to listen to anyone else's B.S. ''Ever''."''

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->''"When I was a kid, with Helen and Rita going at it all the time, all they left for me to do was to supply the color commentary. Then, one day, I found myself all grown up with my ''own'' point of view, and feeling no particular obligation to listen to anyone else's B.S.S.. ''Ever''."''
18th May '17 4:53:12 PM TheWarlocke
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* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Played straight to an extent in the first few seasons. But after seeing how their mom and aunts (their mom's sisters) always fight with each other, it made Quinn realize that might end up happening to her and Daria (and really seemed to disturb her). After that, Quinn started making an effort to get along with Daria better.
* HeelRealization: Receives an easy to miss one in "The Lost Girls." Quinn is visibly saddened by Daria's deconstruction of the concept of "Edgy," because it makes Quinn realize everything she enjoys and everything that makes popular makes her part of the same faceless teen crowd being manipulated and exploited by corporate America. Considering Quinn had expressed how she felt being attractive and popular were the only things she were good at, it hurts even more because she knows just how little those really mean in the grander scheme of things. One might argue this was one of the prods Quinn needed to start reexamining her life and begin expressing her intellect a bit more.
* HelloNurse: Gets this reaction from high school boys (who'd fight over her) and even from bratty preteen boys. Just her presence is enough to get boys attention.

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* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Played straight to an extent in the first few seasons. But after seeing how their mom and maternal aunts (their mom's sisters) always fight with each other, it made Quinn realize that might end up happening to her and Daria (and really seemed to disturb her). After that, Quinn started making an effort to get along with Daria better.
* HeelRealization: Receives an easy to miss one in "The Lost Girls." Quinn is visibly saddened by Daria's deconstruction of the concept of "Edgy," because it makes Quinn realize everything she enjoys and everything that makes her popular makes her part of the same faceless teen crowd being manipulated and exploited by corporate America. Considering Quinn had expressed how she felt being attractive and popular were the only things she were was good at, it hurts even more because she knows just how little those really mean in the grander scheme of things. One might argue this was one of the prods Quinn needed to start reexamining her life and begin expressing her intellect a bit more.
* HelloNurse: Gets this reaction from high school boys (who'd fight over her) and even from bratty preteen boys. Just her presence is enough to get boys boys' attention.



* InLoveWithLove: In one episode Quinn is upset that Daria might be seen as more mature than her because Daria has a steady boyfriend, so Quinn spend most of the episode frantically trying to get one for herself--in the end, Helen tells Quinn that she should get a boyfriend (steady or not) because she likes the boy she's going out with and not just for the sake being in a relationship.

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* InLoveWithLove: In one episode episode, Quinn is upset that Daria might be seen as more mature than her because Daria has a steady boyfriend, so Quinn spend spends most of the episode frantically trying to get one for herself--in the end, Helen tells Quinn that she should get a boyfriend (steady or not) because she likes the boy she's going out with and not just for the sake being in a relationship.



* NotSoDifferent: She's similar to Helen in that they both have a drive to be the absolute best in what they're interested in or at least to the point that they can outdo someone else, and she's similar to Jake in that she feels she absolutely needs to stay the center of attention while hiding behind a veneer of cluelessness. She's also similar to ''Daria'' in that both wear masks to not deal with things, Daria by being antisocial and Quinn by being vapid.

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* NotSoDifferent: She's similar to Helen in that they both have a drive to be the absolute best in what they're interested in or at least to the point that they can outdo someone else, and she's similar to Jake in that she feels she absolutely needs to stay the center of attention while hiding behind a veneer of cluelessness. She's also similar to ''Daria'' in that both wear masks to not deal with things, things: Daria by being antisocial and Quinn by being vapid.



* PetTheDog: Yeah it wasn't entirely altruistic, but she helps Sandi lose weight after Sandi got a bit chubby after breaking her leg. In the final season, Quinn proudly declares that Daria is her sister so it was right that she kept taking Daria's side when she was the class sub, and in another episode she retrieves the box that Daria was taking shelter in and placed it in her room - showing that she understands what her sister was going through.

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* PetTheDog: Yeah it wasn't entirely altruistic, but she helps Sandi lose weight after because Sandi got a bit chubby after breaking her leg. In the final season, Quinn proudly declares that Daria is her sister so it was right that she kept taking Daria's side when she was the class sub, and in another episode she retrieves the box that Daria was taking shelter in and placed it in her room - showing that she understands what her sister was going through.



* TheStarscream: To Sandi. In the earlier seasons Quinn was seen, especially in "The Daria Hunter" actively trying to take Sandi down, but as the show went out Quinn only reacted this way if Sandi provoked her.

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* TheStarscream: To Sandi. In the earlier seasons Quinn was seen, especially in "The Daria Hunter" actively trying to take Sandi down, but as the show went out on Quinn only reacted this way if Sandi provoked her.
18th May '17 4:37:53 PM TheWarlocke
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* AttentionWhore: She loves the constant attention and panics when no one is paying any heed to her. Shows up prominently when she think that Jake and Helen. her and Daria's parents, are going to have another baby and dreads competing for attention from a baby.

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* AttentionWhore: She loves the constant attention and panics when no one is paying any heed to her. Shows up prominently when she think thinks that Jake and Helen. Helen, her and Daria's parents, are going to have another baby and dreads competing for attention from a baby.
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