Daria: Season 4, Episode 10

Legends of the Mall (12 Jul. 2000)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Animation, Comedy, Romance
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Driving around Lawndale, Daria hears several of the local suburban legends.

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Jake Morgendorffer (voice) (as Julián Rebolledo)
Ashley Albert ...
Ms. Janet Barch / Tiffany Blum-Deckler (voice) (as Echo/Petunia)
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Trent Lane (voice)
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Driving around Lawndale, Daria hears several of the local suburban legends.

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[Jane finishing up the legend of the House of Bad Grades in Lawndale]
Jane: Scoff if you will, but every person who lived in that house ended up working at the local burger place. What do you say to that?
Daria: Scoff.
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Three scary tales from Lawndale
15 January 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The basic plot of this episode is very simple; Jake can't pick Quinn and the fashion club from the mall because his car has broken down. This means that they have to take the bus part way home and walk while Jake, joined by Daria and Jane, set off to meet them in Trent's car. This is all just a set-up though to give people an opportunity to tell scary stories about where they are stuck. There is the 'Tale of the Rattling Girl'; a groovy chick in the sixties whose slimming was so successful people could hear her bones rattling... this lead to her becoming unpopular and apparently she torments the popular children of Lawndale to this day. Then there is 'Metal Mouth' a metalwork teacher whose tooth grinding left him with no teeth so he made his own out of steel. Finally there is 'The House of Bad Grades' where a studious '50s girl causes every child living at that house to fail in revenge for being concreted into the family bomb shelter while she was working down there. Of course there was no truth in any of the tales... or was there?

At first I wasn't sure if I was going to enjoy this episode but it turned out to be rather funny. The way each of the characters in the scary stories looked, sounded and acted just like a regular member of the cast even though they were meant to be different people in different times worked rather well as did the ending which nicely mimicked those horror films where just as everybody thinks it is safe a danger is hinted at. The main story also provided a few good laughs; the fashionistas' view of public transports was expected but still funny as was Trent's less than reliable car. Overall I'd way this may not have been a conventional episode but it was still well worth watching.


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