Lawndale High School goes on another field trip, this time to a local paint-ball course, with Helen & Jake as parental chaperones. The true savage nature of everybody's personality is ...
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Lawndale High School goes on another field trip, this time to a local paint-ball course, with Helen & Jake as parental chaperones. The true savage nature of everybody's personality is revealed on this trip. Daria and Jane opt to sneak out toward another nearby tourist attraction that proves to be a complete rip-off. Written by
Daniel Timothy Dey
Ms. Janet Barch:
[Ms. Barch is repeatedly firing paintballs at an attacked Mr. DeMartino]
I trusted you, dammit! Two decades of legal slavery, and still you throw it all away for a halter top and a pair of pumps!
Mr. Anthony DeMartino:
Madam, I believe you've got me confused with someone else! I'm not your ex-husband!
Ms. Janet Barch:
I know that, but he's not here!
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It's hard to imagine an episode much better than the last. However, "The Daria Hunter" manages to surpass "Arts 'n' Crass"--and is, in my opinion, the best show of the series. The fact that I consider this best is a bit surprising as the plot is utterly ridiculous and contrived. But, because of amazingly funny writing it works wonderfully! Once again, the school takes a field trip to a place where no sane school would take the kids--paintballing (the previous pointless trip was to the mega-mall). To Daria and Quinn's horror, their parents find out and invite themselves along as chaperons. Through the course of this outing, all the characters begin to show a side of themselves you've never seen before--such as the amazingly cool side of Brittany, the full extent of Ms. Barch's anger, Barch's sudden captivation with Mr. O'Neill and many, many other hilarious vignettes. If you are a fan of the show, you'll adore this amazingly silly and cute episode. See this one!!! It's brilliant. In fact, it's the first episode I showed my family years ago and it hooked them!!
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