Daria (1997–2001)
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Mr. O'Neill submits one of Daria's essays to a contests in a teen girl magazine, and she wins. Her prize, if you can call it that, is to spend the day with the self-important editor of the ... See full summary »

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Tracy Grandstaff ...
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Julian Rebolledo ...
Jake Morgendorffer (voice)
Ashley Albert ...
Ms. Janet Barch / Tiffany Blum-Deckler (voice) (as Echo/Petunia)
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Charles 'Upchuck' Ruttheimer III (voice)
Lisa Kathleen Collins ...
Sandi Griffin / Brittany Taylor (voice) (as Janie Mertz)
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Stacy Rowe (voice)
Jessica Cydnee Jackson ...
Jodie Abigail Landon (voice)
Nora Laudani ...
Ms. Angela Li (voice)
John Lynn ...
Sick, Sad World Announcer (voice) (as John Worth Lynn Jr.)
Marc Thompson ...
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Stacy Bass ...
Val (voice) (as Stacy Brass)
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Mr. O'Neill submits one of Daria's essays to a contests in a teen girl magazine, and she wins. Her prize, if you can call it that, is to spend the day with the self-important editor of the eponymous magazine, a woman who thinks Daria's writing makes her "edgy," and spends much of her time trying to hold onto her youth and celebrity contacts. Jane believes it'll give Daria a chance to return the favor and spend a day at the editor's desk in New York City, but how much "edgieness" can she possibly handle? Written by Daniel Timothy Dey

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24 March 1999 (USA)  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Val, and Val magazine, is apparently based on Jane Pratt and her New York-based magazine, Jane. See more »

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Daria Morgendorffer: As far as I can make out, 'edgy' occurs when middle-brow, middle-age profiteers are looking to suck the energy, not to mention the spending money, out of the quote, unquote youth culture. So they come up with this big concept of seeming to be dangerous, when every move they make is the result of market research and a corporate master plan.
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Keep Young and Beautiful
Music by Harry Warren (uncredited)
Lyrics by Al Dubin (uncredited)
Performed by Annie Lennox
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