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This character page is designed for use with Total Drama Island, by Gilbert and Sullivan


Characterization

D.J. is the troupe’s gentle giant. Despite his physical prowess, he is prone to outright cowardice, which is his main running gag. Inoffensive and widely liked by his fellows, D.J. was the last supporting character to be eliminated, surviving to the two-thirds point.



D.J.'s Theme

“In Enterprise of Martial Kind” from The Gondoliers

(click on the link below for the MIDI file)


In enterprise of martial kind,
When there was any fighting,
He led his regiment from behind—
He found it less exciting.
But when away his regiment ran,
His place was at the fore, O—
That celebrated,
Cultivated,
Underrated
Nobleman,
The Duke of Plaza-Toro!

In first and foremost flight, ha, ha!
You always found that knight, ha, ha!
That celebrated,
Cultivated,
Underrated
Nobleman,
The Duke of Plaza-Toro!


When, to evade Destruction’s hand,
To hide they all proceeded,
No soldier in the gallant band
Hid half as well as he did.
He lay concealed throughout the war,
And so preserved his gore, O!
That unaffected,
Undetected,
Well-connected
Warrior,
The Duke of Plaza-Toro!

In every doughty deed, ha, ha!
He always took the lead, ha, ha!
That unaffected,
Undetected,
Well-connected
Warrior,
The Duke of Plaza-Toro!


When told that they would all be shot
Unless they left the service,
That hero hesitated not,
So marvelous his nerve is.
He sent his resignation in,
The first of all his corps, O!
That very knowing,
Overflowing,
Easy-going
Paladin,
The Duke of Plaza-Toro!

To men of grosser clay, ha, ha!
He always showed the way, ha, ha!
That very knowing,
Overflowing,
Easy-going
Paladin,
The Duke of Plaza-Toro!

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