- Outcast artist, John Lane, meets an interesting new girl in his
I Just Have The Coffee? - With a little luck, Daria may be able to
avoid the new coffee house Mr. Neill is planning, but don't count on
New Model Year - Daria turns sixteen, the Amazon Modeling Agency is
at Lawndale High, and one of John's comments lead to unanticipated
The Maze Thing
- Daria and Kevin are assigned to do a science project together.
When Brittany decides Daria's stolen her boyfriend, she decides to
return the favor. Meanwhile, John's cats, Zachary and Taylor,
have eyes on the mouse.
- Daria deals with an emergency babysitting job, Quinn worries about
losing the cuteness arms race, and John's a fill-in roadie for a
combined Mystik Spiral/Harpies gig.
Morgendorffer Prison Blues
- Jake and Helen's experiment in household jurisprudence results in
John, Daria and Quinn grounded for a month. Will Jake and Helen
survive the sentence?
Lessons of Spring
- It's spring break and time for road trips, concerts and camping for
John and Daria. And don't forget the glitter berries.
Killing a Legend
- Former Lawndale football legend Tommy Sherman returns to be honored
by the school. When John and Daria are less than impressed with
him, things go badly downhill.
Good Art Hunting - In the aftermath of the school's poster contest, John has plans for the scheduled paintball field trip.
A Tale of Two Brains
- Much to Daria's dismay, after Quinn's essay is published in the
Lawndale Lowdown, she gets a new reputation as a brain. What can
Daria and John do about it?
A Mirror of Future Fears
- Daria’s cousin Erin is getting married, so Helen has made sure that
Daria and Quinn are bridesmaids, and John a groomsman. Has the
dysfunctional Lane family prepared John to face the Barksdales?
A Time for Every Purpose
- John is temporarily evicted from his room to a sofa to make space for
Jake and Helen's old hippie commune friends, Coyote and Willow Yeager.
With nowhere to run, John and Daria must prepare for a weekend of good
vibes and two annoyed cats.
- Mr. O’Neill assigns a short film project to his English class.
What better subject for Daria and John to work on than a local grunge
band on the verge of waking up?
- To avoid being transferred from the school newspaper to the yearbook
staff by Ms. Li, Daria agrees to help sell reproduction manuscript
pages at the school's fundraiser to repair the library roof, a medieval
fair. At the same time, John is volunteered to make the
reproductions and Quinn auditions for a part in the fair's production
of "Canterbury Tales".
Ring of Champions
- John's hard practice begins to pay off as track season starts with a
string of wins for him, while Daria's frustration with gym class
reaches a new height with cheerleader practice being masked as agility
training.. John's sudden popularity as a track star has several
unintended consequences leading up to his sixteenth birthday.
Left to the Heart
- As the school year draws to a close, Mr. O'Neill gives Daria a
special writing assignment because she's read all of the books on his
reading list. Thinking about the free time Daria and John will
have over the summer, even with some kind of "useful activity", Helen
decides to make sure Daria is protected if she and John go too