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In some ways this episode may be considered even more in violation of reality than "[[Depth Takes a Holiday]]" because the characters violate the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_wall fourth wall] and speak, sing, and dance directly for the audience, as if on a stage. They make eye contact with the audience in acknowledgment of their true status as animated characters. This does not occur in "Depth Takes a Holiday," which is a point in the latter's favor. However, this episode can be explained by "Daria's writings" version, too: it explains everything from "singing Jane" to fourth wall violation.
 
In some ways this episode may be considered even more in violation of reality than "[[Depth Takes a Holiday]]" because the characters violate the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_wall fourth wall] and speak, sing, and dance directly for the audience, as if on a stage. They make eye contact with the audience in acknowledgment of their true status as animated characters. This does not occur in "Depth Takes a Holiday," which is a point in the latter's favor. However, this episode can be explained by "Daria's writings" version, too: it explains everything from "singing Jane" to fourth wall violation.
 
A very small faction of the fandom holds that there is a "middle ground" for this episode, in that the events as shown (The hurricane, Daria, Jane, Kevin, and Brittany in the water tank shed, Jake and Trent heading out into the hurricane to look for the girls, etc.) can be considered to have happened. However, the actual singing, dancing, and fourth-wall breaking can be ignored as part of "musical theater logic," wherein the audience notices the singing and so on, but the characters don't.
 
   
 
=== “[[Murder, She Snored]]” ===
 
=== “[[Murder, She Snored]]” ===
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