Daria: So I admit I've been kind of sensitive lately. And, um, a little ...
Tom: Distant? Cranky? Childish?
Daria: Yes, thank you so much for all the adjectives.
Daria: He treats me more like a piece of furniture than his girlfriend. I know I shouldn't care whether or not he gives me presents or remembers our anniversary, but I think I do. And then I hate myself for caring. I can't say anything because then he'll know I care, and it won't be the same as if he thought of it himself and, oh, God, listen to me.
Jake: I'm really going to wow 'em at work tomorrow! Oh, look, I'm receiving some sort of message in code. Looks technical. This is exciting!
Daria: You're leaning on the keyboard again.
Daria: Boy, jump down someone's throat, refuse to tell them why, and suddenly they stop calling you.
Jane: Well, at least Tom can't accuse you of trying to spoil the mystery.
Tom: Hey ... if you're not going to leave a flaming bag of dog crap on the doorstep, at least come in.
Daria: Well, can't resist an invitation like that.
Quinn makes several references to "Dye! Dye! My Darling!
" including the comments about "the instance of sleazy backstabbing", and the "the Fashion Club Blushathon".
Jane first used her glue gun, the Stickmata 5000, in "Road Worrier
A reference is made to "The Lost Girls
" when Jake's presentation bombs and he says the line "Edgy?".