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==Science Fiction in ''Daria'' Canon==
 
==Science Fiction in ''Daria'' Canon==
 
[[Image:Spacebabes1.gif|right|frame|Jane and Daria as alien sex goddesses on ''Sick, Sad World'' ("[[The Lawndale File]]")]]
 
[[Image:Spacebabes1.gif|right|frame|Jane and Daria as alien sex goddesses on ''Sick, Sad World'' ("[[The Lawndale File]]")]]
Science fiction was only lightly touched upon in the ''[[Daria (TV series) | Daria]]'' series, primarily through [[Artie]]'s fantastic tales of being kidnapped by aliens and the unfortunate appearance of [[Daria Morgendorffer | Daria]] and [[Jane Lane | Jane]] as alien sex goddesses on [[Sick, Sad World]].  "[[The Lawndale File]]" parodied ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_X-Files The X-Files]'' series and other science fiction stories, but presented nothing of a true science fiction nature.  The UFO convention in "[[Esteemsters]]" used its SF elements to humorous effect.
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Science fiction was only lightly touched upon in the ''[[Daria (TV series | Daria]]'' series, primarily through [[Artie]]'s fantastic tales of being kidnapped by aliens and the unfortunate appearance of [[Daria Morgendorffer | Daria]] and [[Jane Lane | Jane]] as alien sex goddesses on [[Sick, Sad World]].  "[[The Lawndale File]]" parodied ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_X-Files The X-Files]'' series and other science fiction stories, but presented nothing of a true science fiction nature.  The UFO convention in "[[Esteemsters]]" used its SF elements to humorous effect.
  
 
[[Off-canon canon#Fantasy Episodes and Scenes | Controversial episodes]] that many fans consider to be fanciful, such as "[[Depth Takes a Holiday]]" and "[[Daria!]]", are here considered to be [[fantasy]].  Some fanfics spun off from those episodes, however, qualify as science fiction.
 
[[Off-canon canon#Fantasy Episodes and Scenes | Controversial episodes]] that many fans consider to be fanciful, such as "[[Depth Takes a Holiday]]" and "[[Daria!]]", are here considered to be [[fantasy]].  Some fanfics spun off from those episodes, however, qualify as science fiction.

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