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===Carter County vs. Lawndale County===
 
===Carter County vs. Lawndale County===
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'''[[Carter County]]''' first appears in ''[[The Daria Database]]'' in the form of a map of a [[Mystik Spiral]] tour, along with a guide to the venues with travel time from Lawndale and various places of interest (murder sites, the State Prison for the Criminally Insane...). While it was not stated there that Lawndale was in Carter County, the old MTV website had several in-universe webpages (1999 to 2001) that retconned Lawndale to be part part of Carter.
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'''Carter County''' appears in ''[[The Daria Database]]'' in the form of a map of a [[Mystik Spiral]] tour, along with a guide to the venues with travel time from Lawndale. While it was not stated there that Lawndale was in Carter County, the old MTV website had several in-universe webpages (1999 to 2001) that refered to Lawndale being part of Carter.
   
 
However, the name '''Lawndale County''' suddenly appeared in the episode, "[[One J at a Time]]", in the form of a road sign seen while [[Jake Morgendorffer]], [[Tom Sloane]], and [[Jeffy]] take a captured squirrel out to be released. This clash is an oddity, as the book and website material were by [[Peggy Nicoll]] and [[Anne D. Bernstein]] (respectively), regular writers for the show and the story editor in 2001 in Nicoll's case.
 
However, the name '''Lawndale County''' suddenly appeared in the episode, "[[One J at a Time]]", in the form of a road sign seen while [[Jake Morgendorffer]], [[Tom Sloane]], and [[Jeffy]] take a captured squirrel out to be released. This clash is an oddity, as the book and website material were by [[Peggy Nicoll]] and [[Anne D. Bernstein]] (respectively), regular writers for the show and the story editor in 2001 in Nicoll's case.
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