Daria (1997–2001)
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Depth Takes a Holiday 

A fantasy show wherein Daria and Jane have to convince Christmas, Halloween and Guy Fawkes Day to return to Holiday Island.

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Tracy Grandstaff ...
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Julian Rebolledo ...
John Lynn ...
Sick, Sad World Announcer (voice) (as John Worth Lynn Jr.)
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Halloween (voice) (as Danielle Acarino)
Lisa Kathleen Collins ...
Sandi Griffin (as Janie Mertz)
Alvaro J. Gonzalez ...
Trent Lane (voice)
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A fantasy show wherein Daria and Jane have to convince Christmas, Halloween and Guy Fawkes Day to return to Holiday Island.

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holiday | leprechaun | cupid | See All (3) »


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10 March 1999 (USA)  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Quotes

Quinn: What was that?
Daria: My imaginary friend fell down.
Quinn: God, Daria. Even your imaginary friends are embarrassing.
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Spoofs Death Takes a Holiday (1934) See more »

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Vision of Love
Performed by Mariah Carey
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As silly as it sounds
7 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not funny. Not clever.

Holidays arrive at town represented by uninspired ordinary drawings of mostly UK type people. They do things, I guess. Like Cupid makings Daria's parents get lovey-dovey. barf.

But mostly they complain. Daria seems to be much more aware that she is the subject of a poorly written cartoon and she decides not even to feel crazy, deny what's going on, or get help. barf.

Painful to watch- a show that is otherwise refreshingly free of ridiculous premises and that is content to enjoy simpler, subtler pleasures- seems to apologize for jumping the shark in this episode by tripping halfway and forcing the shark to eat them. baaaaaaaaaaarfffff.

Let's all pretend this didn't happen.


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