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Daria 5 Seasons 2000

Season 5
4.8 out of 5 stars (123) IMDb 8/10

The people of Lawndale just don't get Daria Morgendorffer. See, Daria was born alienated, and now she's just trying to make it through high school with as little human contact as possible. Daria lacks enthusiasm, but she makes up for it with sarcasm.

Starring:
Tracy Grandstaff, Wendy Hoopes
Original air date:
February 25, 2000

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Season 5

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1. Fizz Ed

When Lawndale High suffers a budget crisis, the cure may be worse than the disease.

CC TV-14 February 18, 2001 20 minutes
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2. Sappy Anniversary

Should Daria be mad at Tom for forgetting their anniversary, or mad at herself for being mad?

CC TV-14 February 25, 2001 20 minutes
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3. Fat Like Me

The Fashion Club is thrown into crisis by the unthinkable: moderate chubbiness.

CC TV-14 March 4, 2001 21 minutes
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4. Camp Fear

Daria and Quinn attend a camp reunion where a greased watermelon lies in wait.

CC TV-14 March 11, 2001 20 minutes
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5. The Story Of D

Daria decides to submit a short story for publication -- but she's not the submissive type

CC TV-14 March 18, 2001 20 minutes
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6. Lucky Strike

Lawndale High's teachers go out on strike and, amazingly, the students notice.

CC TV-14 March 25, 2001 20 minutes
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7. Arts Burn

Jane learns that when it comes to art, imitation is the most profitable form of flattery.

CC TV-14 April 1, 2001 20 minutes
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8. One J At A Time

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

CC TV-14 May 20, 2001 20 minutes
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9. Life In the Past Lane

Jane dates a guy who's a little behind the timesà say, half a century.

CC TV-14 May 27, 2001 20 minutes
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10. Aunt Nauseum

Daria's aunt comes to visit, because the family's not dysfunctional enough already.

CC TV-14 June 3, 2001 20 minutes
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11. Prize Fighters

Daria's competing for an academic award. Will she be forced to show enthusiasm?

CC TV-14 June 10, 2001 20 minutes
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12. My Night At Daria's

Daria ponders whether having a relationship must necessarily involve touching another human being.

CC TV-14 June 17, 2001 21 minutes
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13. Boxing Daria

Daria becomes obsessed with a big carton. Who wouldn't?

CC TV-14 June 24, 2001 20 minutes
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14. Is It College Yet? - The Movie

All vile things must come to an end, and for Daria Morgendorffer that means it's time to look beyond high school to college.

CC TV-PG February 25, 2000 1 hour, 6 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Karen Disher
Starring Tracy Grandstaff, Wendy Hoopes
Supporting actors Julian Rebolledo, Russell Hankin, Ashley Albert, Jessica Cydnee Jackson, Nora Laudani, John Lynn, Amir Williams, Geoffrey Arend, Kiki Barrera, Marc Thompson, Wes Spencer
Season year 2000
Network MTV
Producers Glenn Eichler
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Watched all five seasons on prime and loved every episode. It's the cynicism and sarcasm that makes Daria and Jane great characters.
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The "Daria" series is still one of the funniest animated shows on television. The dry humor, strong writing and great voice work makes every episode interesting and fun. I still find it fasinating that this show (and the show "King Of The Hill", which is also a good series) were spin offs of my leasted favorite animated series, "Beavis and Butthead ". The writing was so coarse on that show and so inteligent on this one. But then again that's what humor is. In the long run it's what makes you laugh that counts and after all these years this show still makes me laugh!
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I absolutely love this series. I love the sarcasm, lack of bubbly energy from the main character, and the idea that the rejected social outcast found a niche and is accepted for who she is rather than being who she is not. I also like the underlying political undertones. If you allow this series to, it can make you think in a different way about various subjects especially the little bit you get from "sick, sad, world"
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A great end to a good series. This is one of those MTV cartoons that is poignant, cynical and still totally funny and easy to relate to. Daria, our star, is a smart white girl growing up in what looks like a new US suburb.

Over the course of this show, so many common themes of growing up in the suburbs are raised and dealt with in a glib yet humorous fashion through Daria, an uber-bright girl who internalizes her teen aged angst to all but her closest friends. I love the cartoon, my son, now 23 loves the cartoon. He was more than occasionally embarrassed by his frogman dad and successful yet mercurial mother.

This is one of the best hour cartoon shows I have ever seen.
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The level of care, density of content, and concision of message represented by the writing for many of Daria's episodes is so far beyond today's MTV programming that the entire station might as well no longer exist. Daria can be preachy, self-centered, and demeaning. The flip side is that its writers tried with mad devotion to make it preach truth, ensure they consistently demonstrated and promoted self-awareness, and were accurately demeaning to negative behaviors and encouraging of positive social behaviors. It is still one of my favorite shows, and makes me feel better about humanity every time I watch an episode.
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It is amazing how progressive much of 90's television is compared to all the pap we now consider media for young women today. Daria didn't have to wield a bow and arrow and shoot people in order to be a strong empowered female. She just did the whole strong woman thing all on her own, regardless of what everyone around her thought.

And now we've come to Season 5, which the further away from its initial start year we are, feels more and more like the ending of an era. Not only do we get some terrific episodes at the tail end of this season, but we also get a taste of what the show may have been like if it were allowed to go on for too long.

Not everything is sunshine and roses here. The first few episodes of the season are perhaps the weakest of the whole run, but the finale and the two episodes leading up to it have an emotional charge that you can't find anywhere else in the series.

One note the series took that I am still a little half-hearted about was the emphasis on Daria and Tom's relationship. While I can understand why the writers felt it necessary to introduce a love interest, it felt a tad counterproductive to the tone of the show. It's great that Daria has slowly evolved and has taken up a boyfriend, but the problem is that the character of Tom is too much of an enabler. He's too much of a goodie goodie, and after a while the scenarios of Tom and Daria getting into a fight only to make up every other episode became tiresome.

On the other side of the spectrum though, this season has my favorite episode of the whole series. Boxing Daria got to me in a way that few other animated programs have ever been able to.
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I've finally run across a (unfortunately fictional) character that is almost as cynical and pragmatic as I am. Too bad it only ran for five seasons - that's the price you pay for being intelligent and truly humorous..
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This is a really good humored and kind of timeless comedy of teen aged angst and rights of passage. The last episode, "Is it college yet" strikes a chord in me. This is just good, fun television.
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