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The question DeMartino poses to Quinn at the end of the episode "What is [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifest_destiny Manifest Destiny]?" is the same question he asked of Daria on their first day at Lawndale in "[[Esteemsters]]".
 
The question DeMartino poses to Quinn at the end of the episode "What is [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifest_destiny Manifest Destiny]?" is the same question he asked of Daria on their first day at Lawndale in "[[Esteemsters]]".
  
Alison is the sole character to be confirmed as non-heterosexual in ''Daria'''s entire run, and unfortunately follows the "predatory lesbian/bisexual" stereotype. However, the "Future Egos" of "[[Is It College Yet?]]," while not strictly [[canon]], seem to imply she eventually gets into a happy relationship with [[Lindy]].  
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Alison is the sole character to be confirmed as non-heterosexual in ''Daria'''s entire run, and unfortunately follows the "predatory lesbian/bisexual" stereotype.
  
 
The original end credits song - "I May Hate You Sometimes" by The Posies - was not included on the videos or DVDs due to cost reasons. However, a different licensed song - "Sixteen and Confused" by Parade of Losers - ''was'' used, instead of a new generic track or the Daria theme.
 
The original end credits song - "I May Hate You Sometimes" by The Posies - was not included on the videos or DVDs due to cost reasons. However, a different licensed song - "Sixteen and Confused" by Parade of Losers - ''was'' used, instead of a new generic track or the Daria theme.

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