Most people use the phrase “the one that got away” to describe a long lost love from years ago. For me, the one that got away has always been Daria Morgendorffer. From 1997 to 2002, Daria — a Beavis and Butt-Head spin-off series about decadence of 90s teen culture and the few, the proud, who quietly and apathetically defied it — entered the homes of MTV fans nationwide. The show gathered somewhat of a cult following before disappearing altogether, save for some censored syndication on The N. Due to music licensing issues, which I’ll get to after the jump, a DVD release of the series has been postponed time and again for the better part of a decade. Today, finally, the complete series of Daria has been released on DVD, and having plowed through the eight discs myself, I can say fans have plenty to rejoice about and a little to bemoan as well. Follow the jump to see whether or not this box set deserves a place on your shelf.