MTV strongly considered releasing "Is It Fall Yet?" in movie theatres during the spring of 2000, via the MTV Films partnership with Paramount Pictures. However, Paramount's research showed that most moviegoers knew nothing about "Daria" to give the film release a chance to succeed, so MTV decided to air the film on their network in August 2000. See more »
[while mixing the bleach to dye Jane's hair]
This stuff stinks. Why can't they just mix it before they put it in the bottle?
Because the vapors would build up and it would explode.
Oh. Well, that sounds like something I'd want seeping into my scalp.
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Of all the "Daria" episodes, this has to be the most dramatic, along with "Boxing Daria".
This episode follows directly the events from the previous episode "Fire!" dealing with a growing tension between Jane, Daria and Tom. While there were a couple of funny moments, for the most part this episode remained serious. But I think that it was actually a good things, since it showed that the "Daria" was able to handle very well a serious storyline, telling it from a convincing perspective instead of being a cheesy drama bomb (Like most of the so-called "serious" moments from "Family Guy") Anyway, the result was quite impressive, and well done.
For some viewers, it was "disappointing" to see Daria "betraying" her best friend But for me, it just merely showed that she, just like any other human being, has her own flaws and isn't a perfect character above everything.
The plot from this episode is followed by the movie "Is It Fall Yet?"
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