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Daria: The Big House

Daria and Quinn both say out past their curfew so Helen and Jake hold Family Court, sentencing them each to a month of being grounded. But when Daria uses the month to drive her parents insane, Helen and Jake begin to regret the punishment.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x10
Production Number: 110
Airdate: Monday June 30th, 1997

Guest Stars
John W. Lynn, Jr. (1)John W. Lynn, Jr. (1)
voiced Sick, Sad World Announcer
Episode Notes
Non-Speaking Characters: Marianne

"Rock & Roll" Randy was first seen in "Malled" as a minor, non-speaking character.

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Episode Quotes
Jane: So, basically, you've convinced them that you were too dull to be worth grounding.
Daria: Exactly, and the sad thing is, it's kinda true.

Daria: There's no sadder sight on this Earth than a football player trying to think.

Daria: So instead of saying, "Don't come home so late," now they've created some elaborate punishment system.
Jane: You mean like a spanking machine?

Daria: The confinement has made me desperate. If I don't get out, I'm afraid I might do something crazy.
Quinn: Really?
Daria: No.

Jake: Oh, my God, I almost forgot! (gets the coffee table) Sorry, counselor, the court requires this accoutrement.
(Jake drags the coffee table over, puts the chair on it, then climbs up and sits in the chair)
Helen: Oh, for heaven's sake.
Jake: There. Family court is now in session.
Daria: Careful. Don't fall off the accoutrement.

Episode Goofs
On one of the rule tablets, judgement is spelled "judgment".

Cultural References
Quinn: I will do this thing you ask, but one day I may ask a favor of you.

This is a reference to a line spoken by Don Carleone (Marlon Brando) in The Godfather.

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