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==Trivia== The title of this episode was derived from the New Age (fiction) story, [[wikipedia:The Teachings of Don Juan|''The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge,'']] by Carlos Castaneda. In this book, a man is taught by a Native American shaman to see reality in a different way. The consumption of hallucination-inducing mushrooms is involved, hence the connection with the episode. This is the first episode to bring up [["Mad Dog" Morgendorffer]] and have Jake rant about what his father did to him. (The name is a reference to the 1976 film [[wikipedia:Mad_Dog_Morgan|''Mad Dog Morgan'']]) [[Summer Lane]], [[Wind Lane]], and [[Penny Lane]] are mentioned first here. All three will have their characters partially fleshed out in "[[The Daria Diaries]]" and physically appear in "[[Lane Miserables]]". [[Aunt Bernice]], [[Uncle Max Lane]], and [[Grandma Lane]] make their only appearances here. None of Jane's relatives appear to be artists or hippie-esque. Is this what made [[Vincent Lane]]'s branch of the family the "black sheep"?
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