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==Trivia== * The title is a play on ''Les Misérables'', a classic Victor Hugo novel, which had been released as a major motion picture the previous spring as well as having been adapted into a popular musical in 1985. * The names for [[Adrian]] & [[Courtney]] and Penny Lane's acerbic nature appeared first in "The Daria Diaries" book by Bernstein. This was the first time that off-screen canon material would appear in the show itself. * Jake memorably thinks Quinn's date has arrived, and then discovers it's [[Monique]] (here for Trent) at the door - remarking "wow, I really ''don't'' know my kids!". He doesn't appear to be distressed or bothered by the idea of one of his daughter's could be a lesbian or bisexual. * This is the only episode when Jane says [[amiga]] to Daria, but that didn't stop fanfic writers putting in every fic anyway! In the Latin American dubbing, Jane says "''au revoir, mon ami''". * When Amanda speaks to Helen on the phone, it seems as if the two are well-acquainted. However, this is the first time in the series that Amanda had a speaking role and there was no indication previously that Helen knew Amanda. * In the [[Noggin / The N|Noggin]] reruns, Jake's line upon seeing Monique is cut so 2000's children wouldn't be exposed to the concept of lesbianism. This instead makes it seem like Jake ''expected'' Quinn's 'date' to be a woman.
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