Could they make the holidays any more vulgar?
I hope so.
The more debased they become, the less reason there is to celebrate them. That means the less reason for my family to get together until presto I'm finally alone on Thanksgiving with a TV dinner.
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Holidays arrive at town represented by uninspired ordinary drawings of mostly UK type people. They do things, I guess. Like Cupid makings Daria's parents get lovey-dovey. barf.
But mostly they complain. Daria seems to be much more aware that she is the subject of a poorly written cartoon and she decides not even to feel crazy, deny what's going on, or get help. barf.
Painful to watch- a show that is otherwise refreshingly free of ridiculous premises and that is content to enjoy simpler, subtler pleasures- seems to apologize for jumping the shark in this episode by tripping halfway and forcing the shark to eat them. baaaaaaaaaaarfffff.
Let's all pretend this didn't happen.
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