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Look Back In Annoyance
A clip filled episode that looks back at the past 5 seasons. The episode also features a preview of Is It College Yet?

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Boxing Daria
After going through a box of old stuff, some of the items trigger Daria's childhood memories. The memories, which were about her parents arguing over Daria's antisocialness, upset her.

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My Night at Daria's
Daria and Tom study alone and they both end up falling asleep in Daria's room. Tom wakes up at 4:00 AM and tries to sneak out of the house, but Jake catches him.

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Prize Fighters
Helen wants Daria to apply for a scholarship and Daria reluctantly enters an essay contest. She is chosen as a finalist, but is unhappy with the business's racist and sexist practices and has to decide if she wants to drop out of the contest or not.

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Aunt Nauseam
Helen agrees to be the lawyer for her sister's divorce. But the two end up fighting over whom their mother favored and Jake, not being able to handle the fighting, leaves.

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Life in the Past Lane
Jane starts to date Nathan, a retro guy, but Daria and Tom don't like him as well as Jane. Later, Jane sees how far Nathan takes his retro lifestyle and decides that he isn't right for her.

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One J at a Time
Helen wants Daria to invite Tom over for dinner, but Daria is afraid that Jake will embarrass her and Tom. Quinn sets out on a mission to find one guy to date exclusively and finally settles on Jeffy.

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Art Burn
The Lane's gazebo falls apart and Lane and Trent decide to rebuild it. To earn money for the repairs, Lane sells some artwork and ends up being hired to recreate famous paintings for a gallery in town.

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Lucky Strike
The teachers at Lawndale High go on strike and substitutes are hired to replace them. After one substitute is fired, Daria replaces him, which makes Quinn worry that people will find out that Daria is related to her.

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The Story of D
Daria writes a story that she wants to get published, but only lets Jane and Tom read it. Tom encourages her to submit it, but when she does, the story gets rejected and Daria becomes discouraged.

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Camp Fear
Daria and Quinn return to Camp Grizzly for a reunion. At the reunion, Quinn's old friends are similar to the Fashion Club, and Daria sees how antisocial she still is.

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Fat Like Me
Sandi gains weight after being on crutches. Since she is in violation of the Fashion Club's weight policy, Sandi resigns as president, leaving Quinn to head the club.

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Sappy Anniversary
Daria feels like Tom is taking her for granted as they near their 6 month anniversary. Daria talks to Helen about how she feels, but Helen doesn't give her too much help.

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Fizz Ed
Facing low funding, Ms. Li takes money from a soda company in exchange for advertising at the high school.

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Daria is an animated TV show that aired on MTV from 1997 to 2002. Born as a spinoff from the original "Beavis and Butthead", the show centres on the teenage life of Daria Morgendorffer, a bright, cynical, and somewhat misanthropic high school student. Unlike most teen-oriented programs, Daria offers an original, real-world perspective on high school life through the eyes of an atypical protagonist marked by her intellect and distinct deadpan humor.

The show is set in the fictional suburb of Lawndale, a small town with its share of stereotypical citizens that array from self-absorbed teens and adults to eccentric, offbeat characters. Daria shares her life with a cast of diverse personalities, including her beauty obsessed popular younger sister Quinn, well-meaning but clueless parents Jake and Helen Morgendorffer, her artistic best friend Jane Lane, Jane's aloof and nihilistic older brother Trent, and, of course, her high school's array of jocks, airheads, and educators, each contributing another ingredient to the recipe of teenage life.

Characterized by its unique minimalist animation, Daria is primarily drawn with simple shapes and sober colors. However, it is the dialogue and writing where Daria truly shines, often addressing complexities of adolescence and social issues with sharp wit and an abundance of sarcasm.

Armed with her signature wit and her pair of large round glasses, Daria navigates high school's minefield of awkward social situations, peer pressures, family problems, and academic life. Yet, she executes her daily affairs with an uncanny maturity and perceptiveness, often providing insightful critiques of society and cutting observations about the world around her.

Instances of irony and allegory are plentiful as Daria mercilessly critiques the superficial lives of her complacent suburb-dwelling peers and conveniently inefficient education system. It contains numerous parodies of high school and teenage life but also encapsulates serious themes such as self-identity, societal norms, pressures, and expectations, making it stand out among other animated offerings of its time.

Daria also excels at representing complex and realistic female characters, something notable for cartoons from its era. This is depicted in the relationship between Daria and Jane Lane. They form a tight bond over their shared cynicism and distaste for the expected "normal" teenage behavior that surrounds them. This friendship offers crucial emotional support and validation, validating most teenagers' real feelings and experiences during that time of life.

Another standout within Daria is how it encapsulates its era. It captures the '90s grunge culture vibe, complete with an iconic alternative rock soundtrack which, unfortunately, has been primarily stripped from its DVD release due to copyright constraints.

Despite its keen illustrations of teenage angst, the show never pigeonholes itself into wallowing in the melancholy. Instead, Daria asserts herself as an outsider not because of any romanticized sense of rebellion but due to a genuine disinterest in conforming to the status quo. Her distinct refusal to participate in the vain preoccupations of the typical teenager paints Daria as an exceptional role model for young audiences.

The show's five seasons and two TV movies didn’t just provide a dose of relatable humor from an introverted teenager's perspective but also voice to those who felt like they didn't fit in, that it's okay to be distinct, to question the world, and above all, to be intelligent and embrace it.

In conclusion, Daria represents a critical, slightly cynical but ultimately realistic viewpoint of suburban teenager life. The show intelligently intersperses humor with underlying discussions on societal expectations, gender stereotypes, and acceptance. It takes the viewer on a journey of self-discovery, reflecting aspects of high school life with a certain sense of depth and realism that few contemporaries could match. Amid the all-consuming torrent of high school life, Daria stands as an oasis of calm, a non-conformist icon, embracing her individuality against the tide of societal normalcy, teaching one vital lesson - it's okay to be yourself.

Daria is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 5 seasons with a total of 67 episodes, the show debuted on 1997. The series has earned a mostly positive reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 8.1.

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How can I watch Daria online? Daria is available on MTV with seasons and full episodes. You can also watch Daria on demand at Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Apple TV Channels, Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft Movies & TV online.

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