Quinn has decided she needs a steady boyfriend, and the winnowing process could take years.

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Tracy Grandstaff ...
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Russell Hankin ...
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Sandi Griffin (voice) (as Janie Mertz)
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Quinn has decided she needs a steady boyfriend, and the winnowing process could take years.

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Jake: I slave over a hot stove all day, and for what?
Daria: It's to keep him off the streets, right?
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Spoofs 60 Minutes (1968) See more »

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London Boy
Performed by Ian Curnow
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Daria has a ball messing with Quinn's mind (what little there is of it) and Jake makes some new friends.
12 March 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Daria is rather cruel this episode as repeatedly she plants ideas in Quinn's mind. First, she implies that there is something wrong with Quinn as she hasn't got a single steady boyfriend like her. Second, once Quinn buys into this, Daria begins making up all kinds of rules--like they should be looking into buying his and hers funeral plots! Seeing Daria take advantage of Quinn's gullibility is a hoot.

A subplot involving Jake and his obsession with catching a squirrel goes from a minor story to taking over the entire show. Up until Helen having the two steady boyfriends over for a meal, it's just a small little side story. Oddly, however, Jake bonds very quickly with the boys and they all end up having a terrific time catching the squirrel and going on a cross-country road trip--leaving the ladies at home to lament their wayward men. This is a hilarious ending and makes you think that the shallow guys actually are a lot happier and well-adjusted! Cute and very well written--and FUN.


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