Daria Morgendorffer moves from Highland, Texas(see "Beavis and Butt-head"(1993)) to a suburb called Lawndale, where she finds her sister gains instant popularity. Unaccustomed to her intelligence and...
Desperate to avoid a meeting with a family therapist, Daria substitutes for Quinn on a babysitting gig. The family she ends up sitting for are the sickeningly-sweet Lester and Lauren Gupty, who have ...
An unusual feature of Dr Katz is the novel animation technique called Squigglevision, whereby, essentially, there is no lateral movement by any of the characters or objects, with only lips,... See full summary »
H. Jon Benjamin,
During the end credits of "Is It College Yet?" the futures of the characters are revealed. The three members of Mystic Spiral become gospel singers, Andrea the goth becomes a model, Quinn becomes a CEO, Tom becomes elderly needing the help of a carer, Jodie becomes the owner of "Landon Towers", Sandy works at an escort agency, Jake and Helen live in a cabin in the country and live on Valium, Mack and Kevin become owners of their own ice cream company, Lindy and Alison live on a farm with three children, Tiffany becomes a fortune teller, Mr. DeMartino becomes a mail man, Britanny becomes an actress, Ms. Barch becomes a reverend, Joey, Jeffy and Jamie becomes MTV broadcasters, Trent becomes a judge, Mr. O'Neil becomes a theatre actor, Stacey becomes a race car driver, Upchuck becomes a millionaire with women on his arms and Daria and Jane becomes talk show hosts. See more »
At Lawndale High, the boards in the classroom alternate from being chalkboards and markerboards. See more »
Back off, Beavis and Butt-head! Daria has her own show!
Daria Morgendorffer gets her own show, after being featured in some of Beavis and Butt-head's episodes. Daria gets a new look and personality. What makes this show so unique is that it focuses on adolescent life seen through the eyes of a teenage girl. What makes her funny is that she communicates with everyone in a sarcastic manner, including her family. She is very unpopular in school whereas her sister, Quinn, tries to be so cute and awards herself too much credit for it. Let's not forget her parents, Jake and Helen. They are the stereotypical career-minded type, enough said. Jane is Daria's best friend who always stands by her through good and bad times. Daria may not be a laugh-a-minute show, but rather a social satire about growing up. If you love Beavis and Butt-Head, then give this one a try.
My evaluation: B+
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