Daria

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Does an animal die?
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There’s at least one instance where a spider somewhat unexpectedly, but calmly walks onto a sheet of paper in s1 ep4, and the teacher squishes it with his bare hand (ew) saying “damn spiders”
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There is a subplot in "Is It College Yet?" about a character with an alcohol addiction
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This is a major subplot in "Is It College Yet?". I am not sure why so many people voted no to this!
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Happens in S04E12-13 and has a major effect on the last season
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Does a kid die?
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doesthedogdie.comfan
There is gagging before this but the first instance of thr*w up in the show is s1 ep 5, Daria thr*ws up at about 7:12, right after she says “I know I’m going to be sick” there is no visual but there’s bad audio, mute it until you see jane’s face on the screen, then it’s safe.
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S03E09
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S04E08 "Psycho Therapy" takes place at a psychiatric institution that is presented as a "spa". The entire episode revolves around Helen's work giving her a mental health evaluation to secure a promotion, and the Morgendorffers attend both group and individual sessions with psychiatrists.
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S02E01 "Art N Crass" features artwork discussing bulimia, but no character is shown to be bulimic onscreen. Throughout the show, the Fashion Club have an obsession with diet culture and follow strict diets despite being of normal weight, but are not shown to have a diagnosed eating disorder. S05E03 revolves around a Fashion Club member withdrawing from social activity because she gained some weight.
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S05E13 "Boxing Daria" has the main character hiding out in a cardboard box. However this was entirely by choice and she can easily enter and exit as needed.
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Does a baby cry?
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S05E12 "My Night at Daria's" is about the MC considering whether she's ready to have sex for the first time, and has several frank discussions about sex with other characters. However, there is no on-screen sex anywhere in the series.
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While there is no sexual assault, there are several instances of sexual harassment throughout the show. Upchuck is a recurring character who constantly makes unwanted advances towards the female characters. In "Is It Fall Yet?" an adult woman propositions to an underaged main character in a scene which doubles as a derogatory stereotype of bisexual people. The organizer of the art camp also engages in quid pro quo sexual harassment. S05E06 "Lucky Strike" features a substitute teacher who is a predator. He attempts to groom a student by making some very creepy comments towards her, but is reported and sacked before it can escalate into assault.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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No slurs are spoken on screen, but do be aware there is biphobia in "Is It Fall Yet?". IIFY features features a derogatory stereotype of a bi woman who is predatory and promiscuous. Worse yet, she is the only explicitly LGBTQ person in the show. If this trope bothers you, skip over all the scenes of Jane at summer camp except for the one where Daria and Trent visit her.
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Quite the opposite! In S03E03 "Depth Takes a Holiday", the skeptical main character meets personifications of major holidays, including Christmas, and becomes convinced they are real.
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happens in S05E13 "Boxing Daria"
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Daria's father, Jake, was abused growing up by his father. It is strongly implied that Jake's mother was physically abused as well, because she stated she was "too scared" to ever push back against any decision her husband made. None of this is shown on screen but it is mentioned frequently throughout the show and Jake struggles with CPTSD as a direct result of his abuse.
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Daria's father is a survivor of child abuse and struggles with CPTSD throughout the show. None of this is shown on screen except for a brief flashback in S04E07, but Jake frequently discusses what happened to him. Jane is neglected by her disengaged/uninvolved parents but this is framed as annoying rather than traumatic, has her basic needs met, and lives with her older brother so she isn't alone.
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S01E04 a hypoglycemic character struggles to breathe and faints. She recovers and shows up alive and well in subsequent appearances
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