Daisy is a young adult woman with shoulder-length orange hair, purple hair pin and purple eyes. In the original timeline, she wore a doctor's coat, with a stethoscope around her neck. She also wore a green scarf. However, when the timeline changed, she lost her glamorous visage, and wore a long sleeved, white turtle neck shirt with pink pants and purple shoes. She also wore big glasses.
She was condescending and snooty to her sister Daphne, rudely comparing her wealthy fiancé to Daphne's "trap-maker," Fred Jones, Jr. (who she had technically broken up with at the time). She was also rude to others also; she called Velma Dinkley, "Thelma," and when the latter tried to correct her, she replied, "Don't care." This does not seem to be the case in the new timeline.
She had been engaged.
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Daphne's parents didn't approve of her friendship with the gang, wishing she'd have rich careers like her sisters. When Daphne heard the Mystery Machine for school, she said goodbye to her sisters, who just stood in a row posing.
The Hodag of Horror entered her home and robbed her of jewelry, including an expensive ruby necklace from her neurosurgeon fiancé, and a cheap bell necklace that she had forgotten was from Daphne. She called Daphne for help, but when she and Velma came to investigate, she was only rude to them.
After the Evil Entity was sucked into a black hole, it set a chain reaction that removed its negative influence, and in doing so, Daisy, along with Daphne's other sisters, were no longer holding their successful careers, making Daphne look better by comparison, as Daphne's parents were planning her marriage to Fred. Barty disappointingly referred to Daisy and Daphne's other sisters (excluding the wedded sister, who isn't present) as underachievers.
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