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[[Joma|Mack's and Jodie's relationship]] exists throughout the series, and the two are often seen together and have sometimes down their own version of the Daria/Jane snarkfest on the idiots around them. Often, their relationship seems stable and positive. The implication is made in "[[My Night at Daria's]]" is that the couple is sexually active, though we don't know to what degree. Jodie promises to tell Daria all about it "once my parents are dead."
 
[[Joma|Mack's and Jodie's relationship]] exists throughout the series, and the two are often seen together and have sometimes down their own version of the Daria/Jane snarkfest on the idiots around them. Often, their relationship seems stable and positive. The implication is made in "[[My Night at Daria's]]" is that the couple is sexually active, though we don't know to what degree. Jodie promises to tell Daria all about it "once my parents are dead."
   
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However, Jodie often places a higher priority on her own commitments than on maintaining the relationship. Mack is often disappointed when he attempts to get time together with Jodie but is rebuffed. His frustration is quite clear in a number of episodes and was a running subplot through "[[Is It Fall Yet?]]", and in "[[The Daria Database]]" Mack's new year resolutions to not be bothered that she puts "every damn thing" ahead of him. In the MTV feature [[It Takes Two to Tangle]], this stress and frustration is presented as the defining factor of their relationship and it adds "They should sign up for a 12-step program--but she only has time for two."
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However, Jodie often places a higher priority on her own commitments than on maintaining the relationship. Mack is often disappointed when he attempts to get time together with Jodie but is rebuffed. His frustration is quite clear in a number of episodes and was a running subplot through "[[Is It Fall Yet?]]", and in "[[The Daria Database]]" Mack's new year resolutions to not be bothered that she puts "every damn thing" ahead of him. In the MTV feature [http://www.mtv.com/onair/daria/chapter2/flipbook_two/ "It Takes Two To Tangle"], this stress and frustration is presented as the defining factor of their relationship and it adds "They should sign up for a 12-step program--but she only has time for two."
   
 
A dark spin on their relationship is raised in "[[The Daria Diaries]]", where Jodie covertly questions whether she's dating Mack because she genuinely likes him or "because he's who he is and you're who you are and others don't care to question the equation?".
 
A dark spin on their relationship is raised in "[[The Daria Diaries]]", where Jodie covertly questions whether she's dating Mack because she genuinely likes him or "because he's who he is and you're who you are and others don't care to question the equation?".
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