(listed on Mr. DeMartino's chalkboard
Summer Jobs to Build Character:
Quinn says that the job at the resturant is her first job, even though she had a brief job at a pet store in "It Happened One Nut."
When young Daria is at the psychologist she is asked what she see's in the black and white picture, the psychologist mentions that one child might see a firetruck or a house and another might see beautiful wild ponies running free across the plain, which is Daria's answer to what she see's in a similar painting in her interview on her first day of Lawndale High.
The SUV's cell phone rings as Daria hangs up after talking to Mrs. Sloane.
The title of the book Tom was reading is incorrect. It's supposed to be Critique of Pure Reason (not "Reasoning") by Immanuel Kant.
The Morgendorffer's guest room is seen for the first time.
Why would Jane have been subliminally compelled to tithe 10% of her profit to Lawndale High? She in her own home and nowhere near the auditorium when Ms. Li chanted that under her breath!
When Nathan points to himself saying "I was pre-khakis ad and don't you forget it!" he is drawn with six fingers.
The MTV Website claims Nathan's car is a 1957 Ford Skyliner Hardtop Convertible. However, the roofline of his car looks more like a regular '57 Ford Fairlane 2-Door sedan while real '57 Skyliners had roofs that resembled 1958-60 Ford Thunderbirds.
Trent claimed he doesn't do cover tunes, but he and Mystik Spiral performed a re-write of "Working on the Railroad" with fellow jailmate Stan in "Speedtrapped"(#310).
The book that Daria is reading is Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy.
When Stacy says "Because I can't take it anymore!" in the bathroom, the hairbrush she was holding disappears when she puts her hands down.
Before the commercial break, Sandi's cast is on her left leg. After the break, the cast is on her right leg.
During the flashback scene, Jake is holding the book in one particular way. During the close-up of Helen, the edge of the book shows that it has changed positions without Jake doing anything.
In the scene where Ms. Li is taken away in the ambulance, the ambulance changes from a panel van to a cutaway van
Ms. Li schedules the school meeting for Super Bowl Sunday. However, the Lawndale Lions are playing a game later in the episode. High school football is generally in the fall, and is over well before Super Bowl Sunday
When the new school year starts at the end of the movie Mr. DeMartino asks Quinn's class if anyone knows what Manifest Destiny is, which is the same question he asked in the first episode of the series ("Esteemsters") to Daria's class. And just like Daria, Quinn is the only one in the class that knows the answer, showing she's more like her sister than she thinks.
The cylindrical object on the table when Jane and Alison are in the restaurant appears in the long shot, disappears in the close shots, then reappears the next time we see the table.
Daria sarcastically expresses the pain she feels over watching her childhood home burn, but she did not move into her house in Lawndale until she was in her late teens.
This episode shows that Brittany's father clearly favors Brittany over her kid brother. As he considers taking her brother and 20 of his friends, to "the ball game" and spending a whopping $50 on corn dogs, the equivalent of throwing a massive party, with a band, for Brittany. Not to mention, getting her a "priceless" crystal bull horn, paid for with her kid brother's collage fund, all for her getting a C- average!