All vile things must come to an end, and for Daria Morgendorffer that means it's time to look beyond high school to college.
Daria becomes obsessed with a big carton. Who wouldn't?
Daria ponders whether having a relationship must necessarily involve touching another human being.
Daria's competing for an academic award. Will she be forced to show enthusiasm?
Daria's aunt comes to visit, because the family's not dysfunctional enough already.
Jane dates a guy who's a little behind the times, say, half a century.
Quinn has decided she needs a steady boyfriend, and the winnowing process could take years.
Jane learns that when it comes to art, imitation is the most profitable form of flattery.
Lawndale High's teachers go out on strike and, amazingly, the students notice.
Daria decides to submit a short story for publication -- but she's not the submissive type.
Daria and Quinn attend a camp reunion where a greased watermelon lies in wait.
The Fashion Club is thrown into crisis by the unthinkable: moderate chubbiness.
Should Daria be mad at Tom for forgetting their anniversary, or mad at herself for being mad?
When Lawndale High suffers a budget crisis, the cure may be worse than the disease.
It's summertime and the livin' is hard. Daria finds herself forced into volunteering at the OK To Cry Corral, a summer camp for the overly sensitive and those who'd like to be.
Daria helps Jane dye her hair with less than stellar results.
See Daria's debut in the series' pilot.
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.
The cast of Daria share their thought about the musical episode.
Daria reluctantly gets involved in a poster contest which she and Jane depict "Student Life at the Dawn of the Millennium"...rather negatively.