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[[Image:SandiQuinn_fatlike.jpg|thumb|250px|right|An even rarer moment of true friendship ("Fat Like Me")]]
 
[[Image:SandiQuinn_fatlike.jpg|thumb|250px|right|An even rarer moment of true friendship ("Fat Like Me")]]
  
Although Sandi and Quinn are often at odds, there is a measure of sincerity in their friendship. When Sandi unexpectedly gains weight in "[[Fat Like Me]]," she withdraws from the Fashion Club out of embarrassment and shame. In an attempt to kill Quinn's chances of succeeding as Fashion Club President, Sandi manipulates Quinn into surrendering her position as Vice President, supposedly "out of respect for [their] friendship." Although flustered, Quinn continually visits and cares for Sandi, and is the only club member who is actually bothered Sandi has gone. When Quinn decides to help Sandi lose weight and come back to school, Sandi is driven to tears by this act of kindness, and the two girls declare their love and appreciation of one another. (She never find out that [[Daria Morgendorffer|Daria]] tricked Quinn into doing it by inventing a threat to her popularity) At the end of the episode, Sandi has mostly returned to her normal vindictive self, only slightly changed by her experience—but she never afterward speaks ill of Quinn or treats her badly.
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Although Sandi and Quinn are often at odds, there is a measure of sincerity in their friendship. When Sandi unexpectedly gains weight in "[[Fat Like Me]]," she withdraws from the Fashion Club out of embarrassment and shame. In an attempt to kill Quinn's chances of succeeding as Fashion Club President, Sandi manipulates Quinn into surrendering her position as Vice President, supposedly "out of respect for [their] friendship." Although flustered, Quinn continually visits and cares for Sandi, eventually encouraging her to follow a strict routine of diet and exercise so that she can return to her normal weight. Quinn's motives aren't entirely pure, however, as [[Daria Morgendorffer|Daria]] points out that Sandi's weight gain could place a depreciating value on Quinn's social status. Regardless of motive, Sandi is moved to tears by Quinn's kindness, and the two girls declare their love and appreciation of one another. At the end of the episode, Sandi has mostly returned to her normal vindictive self, only slightly changed by her experience—but she never afterward speaks ill of Quinn or treats her badly.
 
 
"Fat Like Me" also has the club backing Quinn over Sandi - something that Sandi swiftly concedes. This is the first time she's been challenged and she looks quite worried about it.  
 
  
 
A running gag throughout the series is Sandi's consistent outing of Quinn's family in public places. Quinn, who is embarrassed and reluctant to admit any relation to her parents or older sister Daria, will often downplay their existence or their family ties. When Quinn finally admitted they were sisters in "[[Lucky Strike]]" and it turned out everyone else had figured it out, Sandi was left stunned.
 
A running gag throughout the series is Sandi's consistent outing of Quinn's family in public places. Quinn, who is embarrassed and reluctant to admit any relation to her parents or older sister Daria, will often downplay their existence or their family ties. When Quinn finally admitted they were sisters in "[[Lucky Strike]]" and it turned out everyone else had figured it out, Sandi was left stunned.

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