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Ms. Angela Li (Character)
from "Daria" (1997)

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"Daria: Arts 'n' Crass (#2.1)" (1998)
Ms. Angela Li: Did you really think you would ge away with this?
Jane: Well, it would be stupid to say yes now.

Ms. Angela Li: [over the telephone] Mrs Morgendorfer, I'm afraid I have some rather bad news. Your daughter Daria appears to have been involved in an act of vandalism.
Helen: What?
Ms. Angela Li: Mrs. Morgendoffer, your daughter collaborated with Jane Lane in the creation of a poster for our art contest.
Helen: Yes, I'm aware of that.
Ms. Angela Li: We found part of the poster unacceptable. So it was altered prior to it's entry. Unfortunatley someone defaced the poster while it was on display and since your daughter and Miss Lane were objecting to changing it, I must assume that they were the vandals. I'm going to have to take drastic action.
Helen: Wait a moment. You're saying the girls were against changing the poster but entered it into the contest anyway?
Ms. Angela Li: It was entered for them.
Helen: I was under the impression that participation in this contest was voluntary.
Ms. Angela Li: Yes, but your daughter refused to volunteer, so in her case I made it mandatory.
Helen: All right Ms. Li, let me make sure I have this straight. You took my daughter's poster from her, altered its content, exhibited it against her will and are now threatening discipline because you claim she defaced her own property which you admit to stealing?
Ms. Angela Li: That's not what I said at all!
Helen: Ms. Li, are you familiar with the phrase, violation of civil liberties?
[Ms. Li stammers in terror]
Helen: And the phrase - Big, fat lawsuit?

Ms. Angela Li: Hello, Mrs. Morgendorffer, this is Angela Li, principle of Lawndale High.
Helen Morgendorffer: Yes, Ms. Li, how may I help you?
Ms. Angela Li: Mrs. Morgendorffer, I'm afraid I have some rather bad news. Your daughter, Daria, appears to have been involved in an act of vandalism.
Helen Morgendorffer: What?
Ms. Angela Li: Mrs. Morgendorffer, your daughter collaborated with Jane Lane in the creation of a poster for our art contest...
Helen Morgendorffer: Yes, I'm aware of that.
Ms. Angela Li: We found part of the poster unacceptable, so it was altered prior to it's entry. Unfortunately, someone defaced the poster while it was on display, and since your daughter and Miss Lane had objected to changing it, I must assume they were the vandals. I'm afraid I'm going to have to take drastic action.
Helen Morgendorffer: Wait a moment, you're saying the girls were against changing the poster, but entered it in the contest anyway?
Ms. Angela Li: It was entered for them.
Helen Morgendorffer: I'm under the impression that participation in this contest was voluntary.
Ms. Angela Li: It was, but your daughter refused to volunteer, so in her case I made it mandatory.
Helen Morgendorffer: All right, Ms. Li, let me make sure I have this straight; You took my daughter's poster from her, altered it's content, exhibited it against her will, and are now threatening discipline because you claim she defaced her own property which you admit to stealing?
Ms. Angela Li: That's not what I said at all!
Helen Morgendorffer: Ms. Li, are you familiar with the phrase "Violation of Civil Liberties"?
Ms. Angela Li: I...
Helen Morgendorffer: [Interrupting] And the phrase "Big fat lawsuit"?


"Daria: Lucky Strike (#5.6)" (2001)
[Mr. DeMartino and Ms. Li are both disheveled from a long teachers' strike negotiations]
Ms. Angela Li: Don't think you can intimiate... intermolate... don't think you can scare me with your threat to picket naked!
Mr. Anthony DeMartino: You think I'm bluffing? This is Goodwill polyester I've been sweating in all night. I WANT to picket naked!
Ms. Angela Li: All right! A two percent raise and a space heater for the teacher's lounge.
Mr. Anthony DeMartino: [tugs on collar] Boy! It's getting hot in here!

Ms. Angela Li: Students of Lawndale High.
Jane Lane: Is that the voice in my head that tells me to kill and kill again?
Daria Morgendorffer: No. Satan's voice is lower, and he has an English accent.


Daria in 'Is It College Yet?' (2002) (TV)
Angela Li: Thank you Jodie Landon, valedictorian of the graduating class of Lawndale High. And remember parents, your child doesn't need to be a current student for us to accept your generous donations.


Daria in 'Is It Fall Yet?' (2000) (TV)
Ms. Li: [over the school intercom] Welcome back students. And remember, the school nurse is in and ready to take your voluntary urine samples. Show your Lawndale High spirit with the gift of urine.
Sandi Griffin, Quinn Morgendorffer, Tiffany Blum-Deckler, Stacy Rowe: Ewwww!


"Daria: Jake of Hearts (#3.9)" (1999)
Ms. Angela Li: Whoo-hoo!
[Daria and Jane shriek]
Ms. Angela Li: This is so exciting! Imagine, real-life celebrities broadcasting all week live from Lawndale High.
Daria: They're not celebrities.
Jane: They're deejays.
Ms. Angela Li: Wacky deejays! And their hilarious antics will soon silence those naysayers who would have us believe that Lawndale High is a place of gloom.
Jane: Of course, getting rid of the hidden cameras and the bomb-sniffing dogs would accomplish the same goal.
Ms. Angela Li: You girls should be thanking me for caring so much about student morale.
Daria: I don't suppose the school would be receiving a large fee from the radio station for participating in this stunt?
Ms. Angela Li: Ms. Morgendorffer, those bomb-sniffing dogs have to eat!
[Exits]


"Daria: I Loathe a Parade (#4.6)" (2000)
Ms. Angela Li: Ms. Morgendorffer, where do you think you're going?
Daria: Slowly insane. But I need to pop in at home first.


"Daria: This Year's Model (#1.6)" (1997)
Daria: Isn't modeling for people who drop out of high school to pursue a career based solely on youth and looks, both of which are inevitably declared dead by age 25?
Ms. Angela Li: Do you have a point, Ms. Morgendorffer?
Jane: And don't fashion people squander their lives loudly worshiping all that is superficial and meaningless, while the rest of the planet keeps riding a roller coaster to hell?
Ms. Angela Li: Modeling is a competitive field, yes, but the financial rewards are great. As principal, I'd be cheating our student body if I didn't allow them every opportunity to fulfill their potential.
Daria: Excuse me. Can we assume the financial rewards are great for the school as well?
Ms. Angela Li: That is really none of your business!
Daria: But I don't want to miss a lesson in applied economics. I'm trying to fulfill my potential.


"Daria: Too Cute (#1.9)" (1997)
Ms. Angela Li: [Voiceover on intercom] Ms. Barch, will you please send Daria Morgendorffer to the office? Her sister...
Quinn: Cousin!
Ms. Angela Li: - her "cousin" needs to see her.


"Daria: Daria! (#3.1)" (1999)
Ms. Angela Li: Excuse me. Everybody, simmer down. Calm down. Calm down! That little hurricane advisory has been upgraded to a hurricane warning!
Jamie White: Are we all going to die?
Ms. Angela Li: Not on school property! You're all to go home.


"Daria: The Daria Hunter (#2.2)" (1998)
Ms. Angela Li: I'm glad to see you take such an interest in your daughters, Mrs. Morgendorffer.
Helen: Well, it isn't easy raising two teenagers all by yourself... with Jake.
Ms. Angela Li: Of course, I like to think the school environment also plays a pivotal role.
Helen: Absolutely. Although it would be nice if the students got a little more encouragement. Maybe a bright kid like Daria would have a better attitude.
[Ms. Li laughs]
Helen: Did I say something funny?
Ms. Angela Li: With all due respect, I can't think of a prison that could create an attitude like your daughter's, much less a school. No, I always assumed that came from interaction with her parents, or lack of it.
Helen: Oh, so you draw a distinction between prison and school. Because from what I've heard, you run the one pretty much like the other.
Ms. Angela Li: I don't have to listen to this!
Helen: No, you don't!
Ms. Angela Li: And by the way, you look 50!