History WesternAnimation / Daria

9th May '16 5:15:03 AM erforce
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-->--'''Splendora''', "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwXzO7xiSXk You're Standing on My Neck]]," opening theme.

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-->--'''Splendora''', -->-- '''Splendora''', "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwXzO7xiSXk You're Standing on My Neck]]," opening theme.



** Jake as a flamenco dancer, a baby in a high chair, a sushi meal, a DJ, a police composite sketch of the Unabomber, a man in a BankruptcyBarrel, and TheTerminator.
** Helen as EltonJohn, Carmen Miranda, Medusa, a samurai, a hobo, Lady Godiva, and a Vegas showgirl.

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** Jake as a flamenco dancer, a baby in a high chair, a sushi meal, a DJ, a police composite sketch of the Unabomber, a man in a BankruptcyBarrel, and TheTerminator.
Film/TheTerminator.
** Helen as EltonJohn, Music/EltonJohn, Carmen Miranda, Medusa, a samurai, a hobo, Lady Godiva, and a Vegas showgirl.
4th May '16 3:25:01 PM Kimelea
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Brittany's voice wasn't as high pitched and squeaky in the first few episodes and Trent's wasn't as slow and mellow. Surprisingly everyone else's voices have remained mostly the same from day one.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Brittany's voice wasn't as high pitched and squeaky in the first few episodes and episodes, Trent's wasn't as slow and mellow.mellow, and Tiffany's wasn't monotonous at all, actually expressing some emotions. Surprisingly everyone else's voices have remained mostly the same from day one.
8th Apr '16 12:07:19 PM ironicusername
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** And another credit gag features the girls from Fashion Club as playboy bunnies.
29th Mar '16 1:46:07 PM JBK405
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* IntimateArtistry: The relationships between Jane Lane and others is often conveyed through her art. Her friend Daria is included as a direct representation, but Daria's airhead sister is used in a pastiche/parody of romantic art, and the school's star quarterback is presented as a Neanderthal caveman.
28th Mar '16 10:14:38 AM ElegantVamp
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*InkSuitActor: [[http://www.dariawiki.org/wiki/images/0/0d/Alison.gif Alison]] from the TV movie ''Is It Fall Yet?'' heavily resembles her voice actress, Creator/BifNaked.
26th Mar '16 2:50:35 AM aye_amber
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* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: A montage of images of the cast during the finale's end credits that...well, essentially serves the same purpose as the usual credit montages; i.e. putting the characters in ironic situations. Presumably non-canon, unless you can seriously buy Daria and Jane becoming perky morning talk show hosts in the future. Maybe if you replace "perky" with [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]]. However, Daria fan fiction often likes to deal with Stacy being a stock car racer.
* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: Lawndale is never given a specific location. While the general consensus among fandom seems to be that it is located in Maryland ([[WordOfGod the creator says this too]], but also brings up Pennsylvania as a possibility), that doesn't quite explain how it can be day-trip distance away from deserts AND snowy mountains.
** Oregon is actually like this, despite the whole "Other Rainforest" thing. (Desert: John Day area and Kah Nee Ta resort; Mountains: Mt. Hood and Mt. Bachelor.)
*** Lawndale getting struck by a hurricane would seem to make an Oregon location extremely unlikely, however, and very heavily implies an Atlantic Seaboard or Gulf of Mexico setting for the show. Granted, that was the musical episode, which obviously takes even further liberties with realism than the show normally does.
** Another issue: in "Camp Fear" Daria and Quinn visit their old summer camp, which seems to be a fairly short drive from Lawndale (they don't have much problem getting rides from friends). But we know from ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' that they grew up in Texas, which is quite a distance from Maryland, Pennsylvania or Oregon.

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* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: A montage of images of the cast during the finale's end credits that...well, Well, essentially serves the same purpose as the usual credit montages; i.e. putting the characters in ironic situations. Presumably non-canon, unless you can seriously buy Daria and Jane becoming perky morning talk show hosts in the future. Maybe if you replace "perky" with [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]]. snarky.]] However, Daria fan fiction often likes to deal with Stacy being a stock car racer.
* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: Lawndale is never given a specific location. While the general consensus among fandom seems to be that it is located in Maryland UsefulNotes/{{Maryland}} ([[WordOfGod the creator says this too]], too,]] but also brings up Pennsylvania UsefulNotes/{{Pennsylvania}} as a possibility), that doesn't quite explain how it can be day-trip distance away from deserts AND snowy mountains.
** Oregon UsefulNotes/{{Oregon}} is actually like this, despite the whole "Other Rainforest" thing. (Desert: John Day area and Kah Nee Ta resort; Mountains: Mt. Hood and Mt. Bachelor.)
*** Lawndale getting struck by a hurricane would seem to make an Oregon location extremely unlikely, however, and very heavily implies an Atlantic Seaboard or Gulf of Mexico UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} setting for the show. Granted, that was the musical episode, which obviously takes even further liberties with realism than the show normally does.
** Another issue: in "Camp Fear" Daria and Quinn visit their old summer camp, which seems to be a fairly short drive from Lawndale (they don't have much problem getting rides from friends). But we know from ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' that they grew up in Texas, UsefulNotes/{{Texas}}, which is quite a distance from Maryland, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania, or Oregon. Oregon.



-->'''Daria:''' "My heart is like an open wound/That reads the tea leaves of its doom." [[FlatWhat What.]] "Soothe me with redemption's love/Like a heat-proof kitchen glove." God, I hope this is a first draft.
** "When dead clowns can't clown/We'll still be freakin' friends!"
* YouNeedToGetLaid: For the first three seasons of the show, Jane's go-to impulse regarding Daria (and she always volunteered her brother, Trent!)
* YourLittleDismissiveDiminutive: Lampshaded by Jane when Quinn mentions her "little paintings": "They ''are'' miniscule, aren't they?"

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-->'''Daria:''' --> '''Daria:''' "My heart is like an open wound/That wound / That reads the tea leaves of its doom." [[FlatWhat What.]] "Soothe me with redemption's love/Like love / Like a heat-proof kitchen glove." God, I hope this is a first draft.
** "When dead clowns can't clown/We'll clown / We'll still be freakin' friends!"
* YouNeedToGetLaid: For the first three seasons of the show, Jane's go-to impulse regarding Daria (and she always volunteered her brother, Trent!)
Trent!).
* YourLittleDismissiveDiminutive: Lampshaded by Jane when Quinn mentions her "little paintings": paintings:" "They ''are'' miniscule, minuscule, aren't they?"



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13th Mar '16 2:42:50 PM jccw227
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* NotAMorningPerson: Both Jane and Trent. Trent is seldom awake before noon, and when Daria swings by Jane's house so they can walk to school, it takes Jane a while to function cognitively speaking. Quinn generally looks a wreck in the mornings as well.
9th Mar '16 10:02:42 AM Hossmeister
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* LighterAndSofter: Subverted. While ''BeavisAndButthead'''s vulgar, violent, and even occasionally disturbing content is far more toned down here, it often deals with heavier issues that wouldn't be too out of place in a TeenDrama (getting screwed over by a higher authority, a romantic triangle that involves close friends, an identity crisis involving looks, etc). And while overall a satire like its predecessor, it still plays these situations much more seriously.

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* LighterAndSofter: Subverted. While ''BeavisAndButthead'''s ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'''s vulgar, violent, and even occasionally disturbing content is far more toned down here, it often deals with heavier issues that wouldn't be too out of place in a TeenDrama (getting screwed over by a higher authority, a romantic triangle that involves close friends, an identity crisis involving looks, etc). And while overall a satire like its predecessor, it still plays these situations much more seriously.



** Another issue: in "Camp Fear" Daria and Quinn visit their old summer camp, which seems to be a fairly short drive from Lawndale (they don't have much problem getting rides from friends). But we know from ''BeavisAndButthead'' that they grew up in Texas, which is quite a distance from Maryland, Pennsylvania or Oregon.

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** Another issue: in "Camp Fear" Daria and Quinn visit their old summer camp, which seems to be a fairly short drive from Lawndale (they don't have much problem getting rides from friends). But we know from ''BeavisAndButthead'' ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' that they grew up in Texas, which is quite a distance from Maryland, Pennsylvania or Oregon.
2nd Mar '16 4:29:07 PM jccw227
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** In "Boxing Daria", After Daria runs off upon remembering a fight her parents once had about her and nearly ends up in a car accident trying to reach Tom, she meets up with Jane at a diner. When Jane finally arrives, Daria runs up an hugs her. The surprised/worried look on Jane's face when this happens says it all.
2nd Mar '16 11:09:31 AM WildeOscar
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** Many characters: "What are YOU doing here?" Shows up at least once in most episodes.
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