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===Amy Finds Herself===
 
===Amy Finds Herself===
[[Image:Tttc.jpg|thumb|left|Amy stares down a splattered Upchuck, drawn by SRA]]
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[[Image:Tttc.jpg|thumb|left|Helen and Amy get even with Upchuck in "The Tie That Chokes."  Image drawn by SRA]]
 
As a byproduct of the Helen plotline, Amy is forced to confront her own issues regarding relationships.  While "The Tie That Chokes" shows her rapport with Daria to be solid, it also reveals her distance from Helen and insecurities about her relationship with [[Joel Silverman]].  In spite of Joel's request, Amy refuses to tell her family about him until Helen practically forces it out of her; then, after she and Helen part angrily, Amy refuses to tell Joel why she is upset, prompting him to call Helen directly ("That Thing You Say").  Amy feels that he has an exacting, controlling vibe that reminds her too much of her father, while Joel feels that Amy values her privacy too much.  They break up shortly before "None in the Family," but once Amy recalls all of Joel's good points, she decides to give him another chance.  In "Erin the Head," we learn that Amy and Joel are living together.  Yet even as they grow closer, Amy and Joel's relationship is hardly conflict free, with Joel in "Memory Road" reiterating his fear that Amy would rather be living alone.  Fortunately for him, his fear turns out to be unjustified, and after a long talk, the couple reaches a new understanding.  In the last episode of the Driven Wild Universe, it is alluded to that Amy and Joel will soon face a new challenge: the birth of their child.
 
As a byproduct of the Helen plotline, Amy is forced to confront her own issues regarding relationships.  While "The Tie That Chokes" shows her rapport with Daria to be solid, it also reveals her distance from Helen and insecurities about her relationship with [[Joel Silverman]].  In spite of Joel's request, Amy refuses to tell her family about him until Helen practically forces it out of her; then, after she and Helen part angrily, Amy refuses to tell Joel why she is upset, prompting him to call Helen directly ("That Thing You Say").  Amy feels that he has an exacting, controlling vibe that reminds her too much of her father, while Joel feels that Amy values her privacy too much.  They break up shortly before "None in the Family," but once Amy recalls all of Joel's good points, she decides to give him another chance.  In "Erin the Head," we learn that Amy and Joel are living together.  Yet even as they grow closer, Amy and Joel's relationship is hardly conflict free, with Joel in "Memory Road" reiterating his fear that Amy would rather be living alone.  Fortunately for him, his fear turns out to be unjustified, and after a long talk, the couple reaches a new understanding.  In the last episode of the Driven Wild Universe, it is alluded to that Amy and Joel will soon face a new challenge: the birth of their child.
  

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