Daremary offers a fast-paced, funny and irreverent look at modern society. She is an enthusiastic storyteller characterized by a vibrant mix of bone-melting sensuality and clever satire that stands in stark contrast to Jane Austen. Daremary’s tales feature characters lovable despite their flaws as well as sharp humor combined with biting social satire – qualities she employs masterfully.
This series centers around Daria Morgendorffer, an intelligent but somewhat misanthropic/cynical teenage girl living in Lawndale in suburban America with her mother Helen, father Jake and younger sister Quinn. Daria’s best friend and aspiring artist Jane Lane both help Daria observe and critique life around them, specifically popular culture and social classes.
Operation Crossbow begins. As the paratroopers approach a castle, Smith reveals that Carnaby is actually played by Cartwright Jones who looks exactly like him and trained to keep Rolland and Turner occupied while Schaffer uses a silent pistol to survey the area. Jones finds the officers and tells them Mary is there before being exposed as part of an elaborate cover up by German intelligence; Smith keeps them distracted while Schaffer uses this opportunity to kill von Happen and other officers before blowing up supply depots before fleeing back out into open country; shooting took place across Austria and Bavaria while its soundtrack was made available via Compact Disc release.