Sealed with a Kick: In the unaired pilot, Daria fakes a relationship with Kevin after he brings up and dismisses her as a romantic partner. This 5-minute pilot is in black and white with different character designs and other elements different from the series.
Esteemsters: Daria Morgendorffer and her family (businesswoman Helen, neurotic consultant Jake, and Alpha Bitch sister, Quinn) move to Lawndale, where Quinn joins Lawndale High's fashion club and Daria meets a fellow cynic named Jane Lane, who is put into a class for kids with low self-esteem.
Too Cute: Quinn considers plastic surgery after a girl in school gets a nose job, but the only way the doctors will perform plastic surgery on Quinn is if Daria gets surgery as well.
The Big House: Helen and Jake instate a "Family Court" after both Daria and Quinn get in trouble for staying out past curfew. Meanwhile, the students of Lawndale High prepare for the upcoming Teachers vs. Classic Rock DJ roller hockey game, in the hopes that Mr. DeMartino will suffer a heart attack like he did last year.
Road Worrier: Daria travelers with Jane, her rocker brother, Trent, and his friend Jesse, to a rock festival, but traffic jams, bee stings, broken glasses, and Trent's busted van find the quartet stranded on the side of the road.
The Teachings of Don Jake: After Jake suffers from a burst blood vessel in his eye, the Morgendorffers decide to go camping to relieve his stress. Meanwhile, Jane and Trent travel to their family reunion.
The Misery Chick: A Jerk Jock dies during his visit back to Lawndale High and everyone comes to Daria for advice on how to deal with sadness.
Arts 'N Crass: Daria and Jane's painting of a pretty girl with bulimia catches flak from Principal Li and Mr. O'Neill, who don't like the message it sends. Meanwhile, Jake, who's out of a job because of a bad decision, desperately searches for anyone in need of a consultant.
The Daria Hunter: Lawndale High goes on a paintballing trip, where Daria and Jane sneak off to see a tourist trap centered on a great white shark, Helen and Ms. Li fight over Daria's attitude, Quinn threatens Sandy's place as head of the Fashion Club, Ms. Barch finds the man of her dreams (which coincides with Mr. O'Neill finding the woman of his nightmares), and Mr. DeMartino shares a drink and stories of his messed-up childhood with Daria's dad, Jake.
Quinn the Brain: When Quinn gets a good grade on an English assignment, she embraces her (pseudo-) intellectual side while Daria worries that her airheaded sister may be smarter than her.
I Don't: The Morgendorffers are invited to a wedding, where Daria meets her like-minded (and similar-looking) aunt named Rita, Helen gets drunk, Quinn gets hit on by a priest, and Jake tries to play golf without his wife knowing.
That Was Then, This is Dumb: Jake and Helen's hippie friends come over. Meanwhile, Daria and Jane join Trent and Jesse at the flea market.
Monster: Mr. O'Neill assigns his class to make a movie, and Daria and Jane choose to make a documentary about Quinn and her shallowness. Meanwhile, Jake becomes obsessed with a childhood video that shows him falling off his bike with no one to help him up.
The New Kid Ted Dewitt-Clinton comes to Lawndale High and Daria becomes friendly to him when they are both assigned to the school yearbook.
Gifted Daria and Jodie are invited to an open house at Grove Hills, a private school for exemplary students.
Ill: Daria is hospitalized after getting a skin rash.
Fair Enough: Ms. Li sets up a Renaissance Fair at school to pay for the repairs needed for the library's fallen roof.
See Jane Run: Jane joins the track team, leaving Daria so alone that she begins talking to herself.
Pierce Me: Daria and Trent search for the perfect gift for Jane's birthday — which ends up being pierced on Daria's navel, at Trent's request.
Write Where It Hurts: Daria has writer's block while trying to come up with a realistic story for English class.
Daria Dance Party: Daria is asked to organize a school dance in competition with an event organized by the Fashion Club.
The Lost Girls: Daria wins the chance to hang out with a teen magazine editor named Val who tries (and fails) at being in touch with today's youth.
It Happened One Nut (a.k.a "Daria Gets a Job"): Daria gets a job as a nut store salesman as part of a school assignment.
Lane Miserables: Jane and Trent's immediate family all show up at their house, causing them to shelter at the Morgendorffer house.
Jake of Hearts: Jake has a heart attack and his mother comes by to nurse him. Meanwhile, two dumbass DJs are contracted by Ms. Li to broadcast at Lawndale High all week.
Seedtrapped: Daria gets her driver's license (after months of trying) and must drive to the next county to bail her friend Jane out of jail.
The Lawndale File: In Lawndale, several strange events happen to coincide over several days, including a government investigation.
Just Add Water: Lawndale High sets up a casino cruise night, where Quinn is worried that her date may have stood her up, Mr. DeMartino struggles with a gambling addiction, Jake gets seduced by his client's wife (who also tries to seduce Mr. O'Neill), and Daria and Jane try to get some sleep after staying up all night to watch a Sick, Sad World marathon.
Jane's Addiction (aka "Jane's Addition"): Jane's new boyfriend, Tom, is putting a strain on Daria's friendship with her, and Daria's crush on Trent begins to fade when he can't deliver the goods needed for a class presentation.
Partner's Complaint: Daria and Jodie partner up for a budgeting project, as do Jane and Brittany. After unsuccessfully trying to get a prospective loan from the bank, Jodie gets mad at Daria for criticizing her for successfully using her father's reputation to snare the loan, which makes Daria realize that she's being too hard on her friends.
Antisocial Climbers: Mr. O'Neill arranges for a school-wide wilderness trip that ends in disaster when Mr. O'Neill suffers from asthma, Ms. Li plans to videotape the event for a television network, Joey, Jeffy, and Jamie bring Quinn's cute knick-knacks instead of the survival gear, Ms. Barch loses Mr. O'Neill, and Daria and Jane end up lost after Mr. De Martino falls off a cliff. Meanwhile, Jake and Helen rent a cabin in the woods to rekindle their waning romance.
A Tree Grows in Lawndale: After Kevin crashes his motorcycle into the Tommy Sherman Memorial Tree, he starts feeling sorry for himself, and as a result, the football team start to ruin the reputation of Lawndale High (and, by proxy, the town) by losing every game. Tom's plan to have Kevin become a safety lecturer helps get things back to relatively normal.
Murder, She Snored: In this dream-based episode, Mr. DeMartino accuses Kevin and his football teammates of cheating on a history test and Daria jokes that she'll kill him, but the joke turns all too real when Daria is accused of murdering Kevin.
The F Word (a.k.a "Fail"): Mr. O'Neill tells his students to try something they are certain to fail at, in order to achieve personal growth.
I Loathe a Parade: While going to the store to get toilet paper for Jake (who spends the entire episode sitting on the toilet reading a teen magazine), Daria gets lost in the homecoming parade, where she meets several people from past episodes.
Of Human Bonding: Daria goes to a marketing conference with Jake while Helen stays home and gets a makeover from Quinn and her Fashion Club.
Psycho Therapy: The Morgendorffers go a mental health resort paid for by Helen's law firm, sizing her up for a promotion. Meanwhile, Jane installs a webcam.
Mart of Darkness: Tom accidentally eats Jane's art supplies (gummy bears) and she talks Daria into going to a new large wholesale store, where Mr. DeMartino gets into a fight with a free sample clerk, Trent and Jesse can't decide what they want to buy, and Daria and Jane discover an embarrassing secret about one of Lawndale High's students. Meanwhile, Kevin's father pressures Mr. O'Neill into letting him pass due to his stature as a jock.
Legends of the Mall: Quinn and the Fashion Club get lost coming home from the mall and Jake, Daria, and Trent try to look for them, all the while telling three urban legends.
Groped by an Angel: Quinn believes she has a guardian angel after several strange things happen to her. Meanwhile, Brittany's father and stepmother throw a party for her, celebrating her managing a "C-" average the previous semester.
Fire!: After Jake accidentally sets the kitchen on fire, the Morgendorffers stay at a local hotel where Quinn meets a bellhop named Bobby whose supposed "uncle" works at the hotel. Meanwhile, Daria goes to stay at Jane's, who begins to question her friendship with Daria now that Tom has become noticeably less interested in Jane.
Dye! Dye! My Darling: Jane talks Daria into letting her put tiger stripes in Jane's hair, but the botched job makes Jane think Daria did it intentionally after Daria admitted in the previous episode that she had feelings for Tom. All is forgiven between the two until Daria and Tom kiss in his car, and after Daria tells her about it, Jane breaks off contact with her.
Interlude TV Movie
Is It Fall Yet?: During summer vacation, Daria (who's still not friends with Jane after what happened) counsels for a kids' summer camp and meets a dour boy named Link. Meanwhile, Jane goes to an art camp and is seduced by a bisexual girl named Allison while Quinn gets a tutor who believes she has the brains to get through high school.
Fizz Ed: Lawndale High signs a clandestine sponsorship deal with Ultra Cola which Daria tries to bring to light, but Ms. Li soon resorts to insane measures to keep the soda makers happy.
Sappy Anniversary: Daria can't figure out how to celebrate her anniversary with Tom and worries it may be the end of their relationship. Meanwhile, a bored Jake finds work at a dotcom company where it's not clear what, if anything, he's actually supposed to do.
Fat Like Me: Sandi breaks her leg after tripping down the stairs and gains weight after becoming sedentary. Meanwhile, Daria and Jane take running bets on whether or not the Fashion Club will disband.
Camp Fear: Daria and Quinn attend a not-so-happy reunion at their old summer camp. Meanwhile, Trent and Jane try to find new snacks in the countryside.
The Story of D: Daria sends a story she doesn't think is very good to a magazine at the insistence of Tom, and the results drive a wedge between them. Meanwhile, The Fashion Club tries to put together a successful advice magazine.
Lucky Strike: The teachers at Lawndale High go on strike following the latest impasse between Mr. DeMartino and Ms. Li over a proposed 10% raise in salary for the new teachers' union contract, prompting Ms. Li to hire scabs as substitutes—including Daria, who becomes Quinn's teacher. Meanwhile, Jane and Trent help the striking teachers use art and music to gain support from others.
Art Burn: Jane gets paid to make copies of famous artworks and finds that the sideline is interfering with her original work, while she tries and fails to get Trent to focus on a home improvement project. Meanwhile, The Fashion Club is upset after a caricature artist draws an unappealing picture of them.
One J at a Time: Inspired by Daria and Tom's relationship, Quinn tries to pick a steady boyfriend amongst the three boys who fawn over her. Meanwhile, Jake tries to get rid of a squirrel who keeps knocking over his garbage cans.
Life in the Past Lane: Jane dates a guy who is into 1940s fashion and style. Meanwhile, Upchuck's magic tricks finds a follower in Stacy.
Aunt Nauseum: Helen's sister tries to deal with her daughter's divorce and shanghais Helen to manage it, opening up old wounds for Helen and her sisters, as Jake flees in terror and the Fashion Club seeks to resolve a dispute over two members wearing the same dress.
Prize Fighters: Daria applies for a prestigious scholarship, but discovers that Jodie and Upchuck are going for the same prize. Meanwhile, Jake screws up an online purchase and ends up with a huge order of unwanted hot dogs.
My Night at Daria's: After Tom falls asleep in Daria's room during a study session, his mad dash out of the house at four in the morning prompts rumors to spread that Daria and Tom had sex with each other and makes Daria consider whether she and Tom should actually consummate their relationship. Meanwhile, Jake is preoccupied with a consulting job for a very bad Japanese restaurant.
Boxing Daria: Series Finale for the regular series, in which a refrigerator box brings back old memories of Daria being branded asocial in grade school.
Finale TV Movie
Is It College Yet?: Grand Finale for the entire series: With high school graduation nearing, Daria must choose which college to go to and whether or not she should continue her relationship with Tom. Meanwhile, Jane decides to forgo college, Quinn gets a job at a restaurant where her new best friend and boss is revealed to be an alcoholic, Kevin tries to keep Brittany from knowing he has to repeat his senior year, and Mr. De Martino teaches Mr. O'Neill to stand up to Ms. Barch after Barch ropes Mr. O'Neill into a possible marriage.