Daria comforts him and both part in friendly terms, promising to keep in touch. This is the last-ever episode of Daria, bringing an end to the official canon. Forced to improvise a speech, she gently lambasts high school life, though adding it’ll be better with the support of family and a good friend (and pizza), plus giving her colleagues some moral advice. Crestmore (described by Mack as "the dream of dreams") may be Harvard or a school of comparable quality in another part of the country, such as Stanford. Jodie talks to her father about her desire to go to Turner but is pressured into going to Crestmore after all, as Andrew first breezily assures her she does want to go to the most elite school and moves on to talking up the opportunity she'd only get there, "where is that Landon spirit?" Meanwhile, Quinn is caught with a huge shopping bill which her parents refuse to pay. In "A Tree Grows in Lawndale", Brittany said theirs was an "eternal love that would last until graduation"... Daria says that Jane told her State and Lawndale State's art departments "couldn't even draw Spunky". Ms. Li either does not like giving this award out at all or simply disliked having to give an award to Daria (hence her backhanded "in the face of near-total misanthropy" comment); either way, Li says she's "forced" to give out such an award. Our little girl has grown up so fast. What finally cuts through is when Andrew, who assumed Jodie never applied to Turner at all and thus couldn't really mean it, learns she did apply and was too afraid to tell him. Transcript of Is It College Yet? Raft College, for example, is likely Tufts, a prestigious school on the outskirts of Boston, while Bromwell is probably Yale, given its distance from Boston and location of New Town (New Haven). When Sandi appears mute with laryngitis the next day, Stacy has a guilt attack and spends the rest of the episode trying to cure her friend. And Jane makes only half-hearted attempts to try to get into state colleges (with bad art programs), while she daydreams of attending BFAC. (voice) (as John Worth Lynn Jr.), Ms. Janet Barch / With high school graduation nearing, Daria must choose which college to go to and whether or not she should continue her relationship with Tom. Love this show. This references "The Daria Diaries", where the very dodgy "Jacques Picasso Art Correspondence School" would enroll you if you could copy a picture of Spunky the dog. I'll admit, a good murder movie never fails to cheer me up. I enjoyed it, but not as much as I remembered enjoying on TV. With Geoffrey Arend, Rand Bridges, Lisa Kathleen Collins, Michelle Damato. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Release Dates Is It College Yet? This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. In the last scene, Daria and Jane meet at Pizza Prince and comment their future life in college…. The humorous character images used in the closing credits of the Daria TV series. Daria admonishes Tom for the privilege his family's wealth and status affords and accuses him of looking down on her and Raft. Meanwhile, Quinn is caught with a huge shopping bill which her parents refuse to pay. The trip is, predictably, a disaster, with Jane suggesting to Professor Woods that the Freshman Sobriety Center could be set on fire "as a controlled, dramatic art piece." See you inside at seven-thirty. | ", the movie opens with a fantasy title sequence and a newly commissioned song by Splendora (about college … ", Learn how and when to remove this template message, List of incomplete or partially lost films, "Daria Ends Successful Run on MTV with Second TV Movie", https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20120217/16322717797/la-la-la-la-la-internet-routes-around-copyright-censorship-to-restore-daria.shtml, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Is_It_College_Yet%3F&oldid=982428110, Television films based on television series, Pages using infobox television with editor parameter, Articles with unsourced statements from August 2010, Wikipedia articles with plot summary needing attention from May 2018, All Wikipedia articles with plot summary needing attention, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Amir Williams as Michael Jordan "Mack-Daddy" Mackenzie, Janie Mertz as Sandi Griffin, Brittany Taylor and Andrea, Ashley Albert as Tiffany Blum-Decker and Janet Barch, Geoffrey Arend as Charles "Upchuck" Ruttheimer III, This page was last edited on 8 October 2020, at 02:28. However, students start applying for colleges much earlier in their final year. , Is It College Yet? They were created as jokes and are not meant to be the 'real' futures, though a number of fanfics - such as "Ghosts of Christmas Future" by Crusading Saint, "Could Someone Turn Down the Sun?