Non-Speaking Characters: Dr. Shar, Curtis, Nikki, "Rock & Roll" Randy, Sam Griffin, Nikki
This is Curtis Delano's first appearance since "Road Worrier
Jake: Is anybody out there? I am the only on left in the house?
Daria: If I help you with the 1st question, would you try to do the 2nd one on your own?
Jake: Daria! Thank God! Your mother is at a work thing, your sister is at a school thing, I thought I'd be stuck in here forever!
Daria: Ok, listen closely: There's a knob on the door. Turn it counterclockwise.
Daria: Call them off ... or I start hugging you.
Quinn: You wouldn't dare!
Daria: Try me.
Lion: Roar, roar, roar. We're number one.
Daria: Um, I think the roaring twenties are back that way.
Lion: Let's do the Lawndale schuffle.
Daria: How about the get-the-hell-away-from-me slide?
Quinn: Daria, have you seen my new "Teenage Superstars" magazine?
Daria: I couldn't help myself. I've plastered my walls with its hot, sexy pinups.
Helen: Daria, have you seen your father?
Daria: Did you look under the "Teenage Superstars" magazine?
Jodie: Oh, what the hell. We may be tokens, but we're damn good-looking ones.
Mack: Can't argue with that.
Jane: Godspeed, Indiana Morgendorffer.
This is a reference to Indiana Jones, a character played by Harrison Ford from the Raiders of the Lost Ark series of movies.
Oh, the lack of humanity.
Daria is referring to a line in the radio address given by Herb Morrison after the explosion of the Hindenburg: "Oh, the humanity". In "Pierce Me
", Quinn makes this same reference.
He would've gotten away with it if it weren't for us meddling kids.
This is a play on the last line of every Scooby-Doo