History Trivia / Daria

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.
24th Jan '16 7:28:22 PM creader
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* RecycledScript: "Fair Enough", "Just Add Water", and -- to a lesser extent, "Anti-Social Climbers" are just "The Daria Hunter" at a school-run Renaissance fair, a dingy casino cruise, and in the woods. There are some changes, but the following gags/scenes are the same for most or all the episodes:
** "The Daria Hunter", "Fair Enough", and "Just Add Water" had Miss Barch making out with Mr. O'Neill ("Anti-Social Climbers" had a FullyAutomaticClipShow of the three times Barch and O'Neill made out when Ms. Barch thinks back to when she vowed never to pull another man's weight again).
** "The Daria Hunter" and "Just Add Water" both had scenes of Jake and Helen fighting near the end of the episode.
** "The Daria Hunter" and "Just Add Water" had scenes where it's established that Ms. Li and Helen hate each other.
** "The Daria Hunter" and "Anti-Social Climbers" took place during a field trip in the woods.
** "The Daria Hunter", "Just Add Water", and "Fair Enough" had Daria and Jane trying to get out of whatever social function they were in (Daria and Jane skipped the paintballing trip to go to the Great White Shark museum in "The Daria Hunter", Daria and Jane were trying to get some sleep after staying up all night watching a marathon of ''"Sick Sad World"'' on "Just Add Water"; and Daria and Jane tried to run from Upchuck by getting on a Ferris wheel, only to end up sharing the ride with a sobbing Stacy in "Fair Enough").
** "The Daria Hunter" and "Anti-Social Climbers" ended with someone getting left behind (Sandi after she finally found a hidden bathroom and Jake and Helen after Ms. Li took their distributor cap in "The Daria Hunter", and Kevin got lost before finding Mr. O'Neill in "Anti-Social Climbers").
** "Fair Enough" and "Just Add Water" both end with Kevin and Brittany stranded somewhere (Brittany continues driving despite that she is miles away from the school in "Fair Enough", while Kevin and Brittany are stuck on the casino cruise's only lifeboat in "Just Add Water").
** "The Daria Hunter" and "Just Add Water" had scenes with Jake and Mr. [=DeMartino=] together (though in "Just Add Water", Jake doesn't remember Mr. [=DeMartino=] as the guy who shared his flask of whiskey with him and traded stories about their {{Hilariously Abusive Childhood}}s.
16th Sep '15 11:06:29 AM smalltime
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** The unaired pilot depicted Daria, Jane and Kevin as much bigger jerks than they are in the series.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQ9qTYCqq24 The unaired pilot pilot]] depicted Daria, Jane and Kevin as much bigger jerks than they are in the series.
16th Sep '15 11:05:02 AM smalltime
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** The unaired pilot depicted Daria, Jane and Kevin as much bigger jerks than they are in the series.
8th Sep '15 2:02:52 PM luisedgarf
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* RealLifeRelative: In the Mexican Spanish dub, Helen and and Jake Morgendorfer's voice actors are married in RealLife.
22nd May '15 4:17:36 PM Schol-R-LEA
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** Much of the impression of this came around the third season, when MTV was engaged in a lot of ExecutiveMeddling and constantly changing the time slot and/or preempting episodes for arbitrary reasons, apparently in an attempt to quash the series. While the series was treated somewhat better in the last two seasons, it left a bad taste in many fans' mouths and led to a lot of fan paranoia later on.
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