Bosses Day and he's worried Helen's too busy on their latest case to send him a card. Not to worry, Eric; Helen told Marianne to take care of it well in advance!
- Burned Out, by Wrabbit75 (part 5): "With a growl of frustration, Jennifer balled up the sheet of paper and threw it at the kitchen garbage can, missing it entirely. The ball landed in a pile of other paper balls, rolling around until it found a spot in which to settle."
- Cynic and a Six-String, by fringeperson (part 35): "'How was the movie?' Daria asked Jane the next day, after first period, allowing for her friend to properly wake up."
- Daria (and other characters) on the Defiant Round Robin, by cfardell_Brenorenz29, Roentgen, Brother Grimace, and EntrancedCat (parts 39 - 42): "'Uh oh!' Crichton said when he returned to the security section. 'What?' Daria asked. 'Kyle to Morgendorffer. We have company! Deck 3, Section 12.'" (Part 40 by Roentgen) (Part 41 by Brother Grimace) (Part 42 by EntrancedCat)
- Daria Ravenclaw: No Country For Unpleasant Old Men, by Meester_Lee (part 2d): "Arcturus had expected the charter jet to land, refuel, and take off again. Neither he nor the other passengers expected a private Muggle aircraft to pancake on the runway and close it for several hours."
- Ph. B (Scenes No Daria fanfic should have: 600 Years Afterward), by Roentgen (COMPLETE!): "Upon retrospect, Daria had to admit that her relationship with Brittany was very pleasant. However, there were bumps."
- A Resentful Cynic ch. 7 Another day, another pain, by ST91 (part 4): "When Daria woke up it was almost evening. For a moment Daria was confused because she hadn't her glasses so she could see nothing except spots. Among the various spots she seemed to see a red one so she said: 'Jane? Is that you?'"
- Sick of Losing Soulmates, by lulamae-golightly (part 1): "Jet lag was a hell of a thing. Daria had greeted her family one by one: her mother exclaiming excitedly that she looked so grown up!, her father asking how college was going, and Quinn giving her a smothering hug."
- A Turn-up For the Books (Crossovers Still Crossing Over), by Kristen Bealer (COMPLETE!): "Daria looked at the elderly woman sitting across from her in a room at the Better Days Nursing Home and then back down at the papers in her hand. 'Melody Powers sighed as she began picking what was left of Misha out of her hair,' she continued reading out loud."