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===Controversies===  
 
===Controversies===  
  
Suni was a fanfiction prescriptivist from the beginning, but as the months passed, he became more vocal in his opinions.  He considered only scripted fanfics that maintained all of the elements of the show to be the only acceptable fanfics, and that anything that deviated from the series should be dismissed.  He held C.E. Forman's writing up as the gold standard of fanfiction writing, irritating authors whose works were not completely canon.  In February 2000, [[Kara Wild]] wrote a rebuttal essay, "[[The Off-Canon Approach]]," pointing out amongst other things that even C.E. Forman did not stay perfectly on canon.
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Suni was a fanfiction prescriptivist from the beginning, but as the months passed, he became more vocal in his opinions.  He considered only scripted fanfics that maintained all of the elements of the show to be the only acceptable fanfics, and that anything that deviated from the series should be dismissed.  He held C.E. Forman's writing up as the gold standard of fanfiction writing, irritating authors whose work was not completely canon.  In February 2000, [[Kara Wild]] wrote a rebuttal essay, "[[The Off-Canon Approach]]," pointing out amongst other things that even C.E. Forman did not stay perfectly on canon.
  
 
However, after Episode 4.01, "Partner's Complaint," aired on MTV, Suni became aggrieved by the show's direction, which he felt was pulling away from its roots as a sharp satire.  Soon after writing "[[A Sick, Sad Goodbye]]," he followed up with a lengthy essay, "[[Cynic's Complaint]]."  In the essay, he detailed how, in his opinion, "Partner's Complaint" betrayed the show as a whole.  His opinions sparked a fierce debate amongst the <i>Daria</i> fans.  While several defended the character development route that the show was taking, others sided with Suni, claiming that the show was losing its edge.
 
However, after Episode 4.01, "Partner's Complaint," aired on MTV, Suni became aggrieved by the show's direction, which he felt was pulling away from its roots as a sharp satire.  Soon after writing "[[A Sick, Sad Goodbye]]," he followed up with a lengthy essay, "[[Cynic's Complaint]]."  In the essay, he detailed how, in his opinion, "Partner's Complaint" betrayed the show as a whole.  His opinions sparked a fierce debate amongst the <i>Daria</i> fans.  While several defended the character development route that the show was taking, others sided with Suni, claiming that the show was losing its edge.

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