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* This is the only episode in which Daria admits her feelings for Trent. This was accomplished by Cupid's interrogation. During the romantically intense interrogation, Daria legitimately smiles.
 
* This is the only episode in which Daria admits her feelings for Trent. This was accomplished by Cupid's interrogation. During the romantically intense interrogation, Daria legitimately smiles.
   
* In the Latin American version, St. Patrick's Day is named ''el duende irlandés'' (the Irish elf), Halloween is named ''Día de muertos'' (Day of the Dead), and Guy Fawkes Day is named ''Bastilla'' (Bastille Day).
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* In the Latin American version, St. Patrick's Day is named ''el duende irlandés'' (the Irish elf), Halloween is named ''Dia de muertos'' (Day of the Dead), and Guy Fawkes Day is named ''Bastilla'' (Bastille Day).
   
 
* This is the only holiday themed episode of the show. This would explain where the idea of having every holiday at once came from, as they may have planned not do any further holiday episode.
 
* This is the only holiday themed episode of the show. This would explain where the idea of having every holiday at once came from, as they may have planned not do any further holiday episode.
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