Daria is an American animated television series that aired from 1997 to 2002 and was created by Glenn Eichler and Susie Lewis Lynn for MTV. Daria was a spin-off of MTV's Beavis and Butt-head.
This TV movie served as the series finale. With high school graduation nearing, Daria must choose which college to go to and whether or not she should continue her relationship with Tom. Meanwhile, Jane ponders whether or not to go to college, Quinn gets a job at a restaurant where her new best friend and boss is revealed to be an alcoholic, Kevin tries to keep Brittany from knowing he has to repeat his senior year, Jodie tries to convince her parents to let her go to a college of her choice and Mr. DeMartino teaches Mr. O'Neill to stand up to Ms. Barch after Barch ropes Mr. O'Neill into a possible marriage. In the end Daria and Tom break up, Jane and Daria end up going to colleges near each other, Kevin tells Brittany and they stay together (though it is implied their break-up is imminent), Barch and O'Neil stay together (much to DeMartino's annoyance) but don't get married and Mac talks Jodie's parents into letting her choose her own college. During the graduation ceremony, Daria receives an award for academic excellence and gives a speech where she tells the crowd that high school sucks and that you are lucky if you can survive but also highlights that surviving is easier if you have good friends, nodding to Jane, and a supporting family, nodding to her parents and Quinn.
Daria finds a refrigerator box in the backyard, which brings back memories of being isolated in grade school and having to put up with constant parent/teacher conferences about Daria's antisocial ways. Meanwhile, Jane and Daria are chosen to show eighth g
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