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===Relationship with Timothy O'Neill=== [[Image:O NeillBarch.jpg|thumb|right|250px|O'Neill and Barch start their relationship]] Janet Barch would start a a romantic relationship with colleague Timothy O'Neill in episode [[The Daria Hunter]], which would last for the remaining of the series. The relationship was based initially on the attraction of a man with sensitivity, a concept she found paradoxical. In said relationship, she was extremely domineering and assertive, but the situation seemed to work well for both parties. In ''[[Is It College Yet?]]'', the series finale, Barch would misinterpret a comment by O'Neill and assume they're engaged, immediately starting wedding plans. These plans would be halted and Barch would leave O'Neill when the latter finally stands up to her (with the help of [[Anthony DeMartino]]), but she'd come back to him just at the end of the movie. It turned out she was intrigued by his new backbone... The [https://web.archive.org/web/20070629212449/http://www.mtv.com:80/onair/daria/chapter2/ Daria website] once had the two introduce a section on romance: ''O'Neill: The human need to love and be loved is a wonderful thing. To stand vulnerable before a fellow being, open and innocent and� ''Barch: Pick it up, Skinny. I've got the keys to the broom closet and we only have 20 minutes before the staff meeting. ''O'Neill: Oh, um, yes�so this month we will explore the subject of romance: the subtle dance of attraction, the dropping of boundaries that allows a manifestation of selfless, limitless devotion and� ''Barch: �the attention to a woman's needs ''finally'' after a decade-plus of insensitive, ape-like groping from a man whose mid-life crisis conveniently arrived after she had already sacrificed her youth indulging his every whim, until one day he takes off without so much as a "see ya later," so is it surprising that she felt damn near to bursting with pent-up-- ''O'Neill: Uh, look at the time! Heh heh. Time to go. Enjoy the features below! ''Barch: C'mon, Mr. Clean, we've got some polishing to do. ''O'Neill: Oh dear.''
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