History Trivia / Daria

7th Nov '16 1:44:47 AM DarkMask
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* TheOtherDarrin: Mack had a total of 4 (count 'em '''FOUR''') different voice artists over the 5 seasons of the show. Another example was Sarah Drew (yes, the same Sarah Drew from ''Series/GreysAnatomy'') replacing Jessica Zaino as the voice of Stacy mid-way through season 1.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Mack had a total of 4 (count 'em '''FOUR''') different voice artists over the 5 seasons of the show. Another example was Sarah Drew (yes, the same Sarah Drew from ''Series/GreysAnatomy'') replacing Jessica Zaino as the voice of Stacy mid-way through season 1. [[RealLifeWritesThePlot This is also accredited to the reason Mack got so little screentime and next to no development during the series]].
30th Sep '16 11:36:09 PM KoopaKid17
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The show's fate until it finally got a complete DVD release in 2010.
24th Sep '16 4:28:40 PM nombretomado
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Even though there were five seasons and two made-for-TV movies (and the creative team decided when the series was to end, as opposed to some MTV higher-up telling the creative team that they have to end it[[note]]though the finale movie was made instead of a short postscript season that would have saw Daria and Jane adjusting to college life because MTV's animation department was about to be shut down, which is why the shows ''CloneHigh'' and ''3 South'' were canceled after their first season, despite being considered average to very good[[/note]]), fans would argue that this still fits because the entire series wasn't released on DVD until 2010 (and, even then, some purists will argue that {{MTV}} should have kept the licensed music instead of redubbing it with generic production music), not to mention the reruns that aired on Noggin/The-N that edited out the more disturbing, sexual, and/or depressing content[[note]]yet they let ''[[Series/DegrassiTheNextGeneration Degrassi]]'' reruns air uncut and uncensored[[/note]], even though the reason the [=DVDs=] took so long was to get as much of the licensed music as possible and getting all of it had, clearly, become a legal impossibility.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Even though there were five seasons and two made-for-TV movies (and the creative team decided when the series was to end, as opposed to some MTV higher-up telling the creative team that they have to end it[[note]]though the finale movie was made instead of a short postscript season that would have saw Daria and Jane adjusting to college life because MTV's animation department was about to be shut down, which is why the shows ''CloneHigh'' ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'' and ''3 South'' were canceled after their first season, despite being considered average to very good[[/note]]), fans would argue that this still fits because the entire series wasn't released on DVD until 2010 (and, even then, some purists will argue that {{MTV}} should have kept the licensed music instead of redubbing it with generic production music), not to mention the reruns that aired on Noggin/The-N that edited out the more disturbing, sexual, and/or depressing content[[note]]yet they let ''[[Series/DegrassiTheNextGeneration Degrassi]]'' reruns air uncut and uncensored[[/note]], even though the reason the [=DVDs=] took so long was to get as much of the licensed music as possible and getting all of it had, clearly, become a legal impossibility.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Glenn Eichler was offered, after season five, either a TV movie to wrap up the series or a half-season extension to keep Daria going. He chose the former (MTV at the time had started producing TV movies and Daria's first tv movie was a huge hit for the network), which is a good thing as shortly after Daria ended, MTV killed it's animation division and the remaining animation shows on the network all got royally screwed over with them airing at random times and having episodes never air at all, which is why ''CloneHigh'', ''3 South'', and the later episodes of ''Celebrity Deathmatch'' (not the revival that was on MTV2, the episodes after Stacy Cornbread died) all ended suddenly or were phased out in favor of other shows.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Glenn Eichler was offered, after season five, either a TV movie to wrap up the series or a half-season extension to keep Daria going. He chose the former (MTV at the time had started producing TV movies and Daria's first tv movie was a huge hit for the network), which is a good thing as shortly after Daria ended, MTV killed it's animation division and the remaining animation shows on the network all got royally screwed over with them airing at random times and having episodes never air at all, which is why ''CloneHigh'', ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'', ''3 South'', and the later episodes of ''Celebrity Deathmatch'' (not the revival that was on MTV2, the episodes after Stacy Cornbread died) all ended suddenly or were phased out in favor of other shows.
30th Jul '16 2:51:56 AM Morgenthaler
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** [[GIJoeSigmaSix Marc]] [[VivaPinata Thompson]] voiced Mr. Anthony [=DeMartino=], Mr. Timothy O'Neill, Kevin Thompson, Jamie, and Charles "Upchuck" Ruttheimer III (during the first season only).

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** [[GIJoeSigmaSix Marc]] [[VivaPinata Thompson]] Marc Thompson voiced Mr. Anthony [=DeMartino=], Mr. Timothy O'Neill, Kevin Thompson, Jamie, and Charles "Upchuck" Ruttheimer III (during the first season only).
7th Jul '16 5:04:49 PM twilicorn
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** The aforementioned Wendy Hoopes, who played Helen and Quinn Morgendorfer as well as Jane Lane.

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** The aforementioned Wendy Hoopes, who Hoopes played Helen and Quinn Morgendorfer as well as Jane Lane.
23rd Jun '16 11:43:50 AM themisterfree
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*** Speaking of which, plans to have Daria cameo on the revived Beavis and Butthead were conceived but shelved due to MTV declaring her off-limits to Mike Judge (who gave up all claim to her when the character got her own show). MTV wanted to keep the option open to one day reviving Daria and Judge wanted to ignore the series. MTV won and Daria and her series were left untouched. (They ''did'' reference it in-show at one point; Beavis thought Daria had died until Butt-Head tells him she just moved away.)

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*** Speaking of which, plans to have Daria cameo on the revived Beavis and Butthead were conceived but shelved due to MTV declaring her off-limits to Mike Judge (who gave up all claim to her when the character got her own show). MTV wanted to keep the option open to one day reviving Daria and Judge wanted to ignore the series. MTV won and Daria and her series were left untouched. (They ''did'' reference it in-show at one point; in one music video segment, Beavis thought Daria had died killed herself, until Butt-Head tells him she just moved away.)
23rd Jun '16 11:41:29 AM themisterfree
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*** Speaking of which, plans to have Daria cameo on the revived Beavis and Butthead were conceived but shelved due to MTV declaring her off-limits to Mike Judge (who gave up all claim to her when the character got her own show). MTV wanted to keep the option open to one day reviving Daria and Judge wanted to ignore the series. MTV won and Daria and her series were left untouched.

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*** Speaking of which, plans to have Daria cameo on the revived Beavis and Butthead were conceived but shelved due to MTV declaring her off-limits to Mike Judge (who gave up all claim to her when the character got her own show). MTV wanted to keep the option open to one day reviving Daria and Judge wanted to ignore the series. MTV won and Daria and her series were left untouched. (They ''did'' reference it in-show at one point; Beavis thought Daria had died until Butt-Head tells him she just moved away.)
7th May '16 4:32:51 PM nombretomado
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* TheOtherDarrin: Mack had a total of 4 (count 'em '''FOUR''') different voice artists over the 5 seasons of the show. Another example was Sarah Drew (yes, the same Sarah Drew that is currently on GreysAnatomy) replacing Jessica Zaino as the voice of Stacy mid-way through season 1.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Mack had a total of 4 (count 'em '''FOUR''') different voice artists over the 5 seasons of the show. Another example was Sarah Drew (yes, the same Sarah Drew that is currently on GreysAnatomy) from ''Series/GreysAnatomy'') replacing Jessica Zaino as the voice of Stacy mid-way through season 1.
15th Apr '16 10:22:53 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Subverted; Despite many people insisting otherwise, Creator/JaneaneGarofalo is not the voice of Daria [[note]](it's Tracy Grandstaff, who also voiced Daria back when she was a supporting character on ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'')[[/note]] and Ms. Li is ''not'' voiced by Nora Dunn from ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' [[note]]though Ms. Li does sound like Lydia Karaoke [the meddlesome network censor] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Histeria}}'' (who actually ''is'' voiced by Nora Dunn)[[/note]]. Nora Laudani -- the actual voice actress for Ms. Li -- appeared on ''WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'' and did her Ms. Li voice to prove it.
** Played straight with Wendy Hoopes, the voice of Jane (who played Mona Sax from ''VideoGame/MaxPayne'').
** Jake would later go on to become [[{{Anime/Pokemon}} Paul]].
** Creator/MarcThompson (Kevin, O'Neill, [=DeMartino=]) would go on to voice other characters like [[Manga/YuGiOh Duke Devlin]] and [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 Casey Jones]], so this may come off as RetroactiveRecognition.
** In the translation for Latin America, Jane Lane has the same voice than the Black Cat from WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries (also in its Latin American translation). It was really odd, Jane does not seem the type who would fight with criminals in the street dressed with a black leather suit with CleavageWindow and domino mask. Or perhaps it's the best secret identity ever devised...
** Meanwhile, Daria's Latin American voice actress is the same one as Tommy Pickles and [[Anime/DragonBall child Goku/Gohan/Goten]].
** Played straight in the italian translation, where Marina Massironi, the voice of Daria, is a well-known comedic actress.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Even though MTV released the entire series uncut and uncensored, a lot of purists are still trying to get the episodes via tape-trading and torrent downloading, as the DVD version has a lot of the soundtrack replaced with generic music. Quoting the DVD's insert:
--> ''99 percent of the music has been changed, because the cost of licensing the many music bites we used would have made it impossible to release the collection (and for many years did).'' [...] ''To put it bluntly, replacing the music had to be done.''
** Both the stand-alone DVD release of "Is It College Yet?" and the version on the full series set is the edited rebroadcast version that aired on MTV. The original master had music that wasn't licensed for DVD, and MTV lost the audio edit points that would allow re-integration of the clipped material into a releasable product. The extra material was included in re-airings of the movie on The N in exchange for censored content; The N had the rights to the original music.
9th Mar '16 10:02:50 AM Hossmeister
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** When the show began production, there were contingency plans conceived to have cameos by ''BeavisAndButthead'' as a RatingsStunt in case the show did not take off right away. Luckily, the show was a hit from day one and kept this from ever happening.

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** When the show began production, there were contingency plans conceived to have cameos by ''BeavisAndButthead'' ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' as a RatingsStunt in case the show did not take off right away. Luckily, the show was a hit from day one and kept this from ever happening.
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