In one of the least appropriate alter egos ever, our favorite idiot is portraying the brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who was born on this day in 1859, would probably spin in his grave if he saw his most well-known character being portrayed by Kevin. On the other hand, I'm rather enjoying the visual of Kevin Holmes paired with his trusty sidekick Anthony DeWatson as they solve crimes together.
- Behind the Counter, by NightGoblyn (part 9): "'We're working on Christmas?' Daria asked, glaring at the schedule pinned up over the desk in the back."
- Credence, by Astrocar82 (part 12): "Quinn's rush out of the house lead her away to nowhere. Her movement was almost automatic with her consciousness too consumed with her thoughts to give physical destination a second look. So into the night, to somewhere, she plunged."
- Daria: College Pains Redux, by James the Lesser (part 2): "She walked out of her room with her sleep shirt on. 'Oh, that's Mark Twain right? Or Samuel Clemons, that was his real name. I think.?' Skaz was in the hallway. 'Eep!'"
- Is This Adulthood?, by Princess_Pasta (parts 7 and 8): "Here as in class, at Bromwell, surrounded by people I couldn't stand. College was supposed to separate you from your high school classmates. Instead, I attended classes with half of Fielding. To make matters worse, it wasn't even the half I could tolerate." (Part 8)
- Le Saints, by Kuriamo22 (part 1): "She was a few blocks away, and deep in thought when she heard some boisterous drunk sounding talking. She looked up to see three drunk frat boys walking toward her. 'Crap. intoxicated idiots at 12 o'clock.' she thought."
- Not So Fast (1,001 Deaths of Tom Sloane - Part III), by ognawk (COMPLETE!): "Tom carefully opened the front door of Sloane Manor and peeked out. Convinced the coast was clear, he stepped out and decided to go for a walk."
- Saint Daria, by Charles RB (parts 1 and 2): "'Now I know it's great leaving Highland at last, you girls are gonna love the new town-- well, maybe not you, Daria, right? Er. But Quinn! Yes, you'll love Lawndale! Hey, let's check the local radio stations, see if they have anything good--'" (Part 2)
- Summer Wedding, by GingerLove (COMPLETE!): "PREACHER: Do you Daria, take Jesse to be your lawfully wedded husband? DARIA: I do. JESSE: Cool."
- Unnamed story (IC: Worst Superhero/heroine Ever), by Astrocar82 (COMPLETE!): "'Look, in the sky, it's the Sexy Red!' cried a youth who was being held hostage at a bank."
- Unnamed story ([Iron Chef – Round Robin – Free For All] Time Loops), by Princess_Pasta and NightGoblyn (parts 14 - 16): "Daria noticed the distinct difference in Jane's voice and she was about to turn around and deliver her line of conversation when something else went amiss." (Part 15 by NightGoblyn) (Part 16 by Wraith)
- Unnamed story (Iron Chef: Unexplainable Stock Photos), by macross (COMPLETE!): "Daria Morgendorffer trudged up the last flieght of stairs to her floor of the enormous condominium and let out a haggard breath. 'Damn broken elevators, and Tom for picking this complex, and Damn me wanting a unit on the freaking top floor.'"
- Unnamed story (Iron Chef: Unexplainable Stock Photos), by ognawk (COMPLETE!): "Daria was frantically looking around the kitchen of the Boston apartment she share with Jane, opening cupboards and moving things around in the fridge."
- Unnamed story (Scenes No Daria Fan-Fic Should Have: No longer in the 1%), by Silver (COMPLETE!): "Daria, Jane and Andrea stared somewhat incredulously at the spectacle before them. It was the car Daria's parents had bought her, a well-battered 1960 DeSoto Adventurer. In honor of getting her license, naturally."
- Unnamed story (Scenes No Daria Fan-Fic Should Have: No longer in the 1%), by ticknart (COMPLETE!): "The candles had set the mood and the flowers had been tossed in the trash, but flowers were never Daria's thing."
- Unnamed story (Story challenge - someone catches lice), by NightGoblyn (COMPLETE!): "'As you can see,' Ms. Li said to the assembled members of the Board of Education, 'we have the problem well in hand.'"