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|Delilah and Julius|
|Directed by||Nick Rijgersberg (season 2)|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||52|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Original release||August 14, 2005– August 16, 2008|
Delilah & Julius is a 2005-2008 Canadian animated series targeted at children as well as teenagers and adults, and animated using Macromedia Flash technology. It premiered on Canada's Teletoon animation channel. Delilah and Julius was produced by Decode Entertainment and Collideascope Digital Productions. 52 episodes were produced.
The series is centered on a pair of highly trained young adults, Delilah and Julius, who were both orphaned children of special agents. Together, they graduated from the Academy, a training facility headed by Al, a free-spirited special agent who brought the duo together, and fight international crime and a myriad of villains as a pair of savvy, well-trained spies.
As a team, Delilah and Julius are both gifted musicians, masters of disguise, martial arts experts and fluent in 20 languages. Still, they are both consummate professionals always seeking to improve their game. They seem to like each other, too. Delilah and Julius have had many "dates" like missions.
Delilah Devonshire has a very determined personality and is eager for truth. In fact, Delilah's greatest quality is her commitment to truth. It's also what gets her into trouble. She takes things seriously but she can break down easily in certain situations. Her spy parents went missing when she was only 5 and are presumed dead. Delilah does not believe this, however, and she is determined to find out anything she can about them and to prove the rumors wrong that her parents were double agents. Delilah's relationship with Julius is very important to her and she is very touchy and gets jealous when Julius flirts with other girls (especially Ice). She appreciates having a capable partner in Julius, and together they will stop at nothing to keep the villains from carrying out their evil plots on mankind. She believes in breaking her opponent down from the inside out. She gets inside the villain's head and she loves a new challenge. Delilah is strong-willed, inventive, resourceful, quick-thinking and graceful. She is experienced in fencing, etiquette and explosives, and always has time to learn something new that may be useful on a mission.
Julius Chevalier is often flippant but is very determined and has a passion for crime fighting. Where Delilah is more goal-oriented, Julius is more spontaneous. He deals with situations as they happen and still manages to find the time to have fun. He enjoys surfing, poetry, safe cracking and yoga. His parents were killed in action when he was only four, and Julius would love to avenge their deaths. For now, he is comforted by the fact that they were considered two of the greatest spies of all time. Julius is a laid back guy and a little cocky. This confidence allows him to act on the fly. He has a dash of James Bond in that he is not easily ruffled, thinks fast, and makes it all look easy. He has a good sense of humor and is very intuitive when it comes to the needs of his partner, Delilah. Beneath a nonchalant, arrogant exterior lies a sensitive and caring guy – especially towards Delilah. He is calm and resourceful under pressure, but tends to be a bit careless when the pressure is off. He often tries to impress Delilah, and becomes extremely jealous and petty when she shows interest in other boys. It is proved in one episode that he is in love with Delilah as it is shown what he is dreaming about.
The Academy Crew
The director of the Academy, Al is always highly informed and gives Delilah and Julius their mission assignments. Al's not only their primary contact, guide and teacher, but he is also a parental figure for Delilah and Julius. A free spirited individual, Al talks like a mid-'70s Californian hippie. He is passionate for food and culture and has a unique sense of humour, but can also be serious, especially when it comes to keeping his students safe.
Scarlett is the Academy's gadget guru. Like Al, Scarlett is prone to using anachronistic '70s expressions as well as cares a lot about her students. She is fully inventive and always coming up with new spy technology that keep Delilah and Julius on head of their missions
A frequent partner of Delilah and Julius, he is a well-meaning, good-hearted goof with a reputation for being a stink magnet. It's not that he is really stinky, he is just inevitably drawn into very smelly situations on his missions. Nosey seems to be attracted to Zoe, a new member of the Academy.
Ursula and Emmet
Another one of Al's arranged spy teams, Ursula and Emmet are the rivals of Delilah and Julius who are jealous of their popularity and success. Ursula is also a double agent working under cover at the Academy for an unknown evil foe.
Zoe is the newest Chinese spy at the Academy. She likes to read comics and knows them all by enthusiasm. When Zoe first arrives at the Academy, she thinks Julius is cute. However, a relationship with Nosey is revealed throughout a few episodes. Zoe is a redhead and has a rather feisty personality which is the stereotypical attitude most redheads have. Her espionage skills are well-developed and the Academy Crew seems to trust this newcomer.
- Dr. Dismay: Dr. Dismay is a young, handsome doctor bent on world domination who tries hard to break the stereotypical mold of a mad scientist. With his evil sidekick "Nurse" he tries to stop Delilah and Julius using his bad medication.
- Professor Dismay: An evil genius and father of Dr. Dismay.
- Dexter Jeremy Hook "DJ Hook": An internationally-known DJ tries to dominate the world. A big advantage for him is that he can hypnotize people with his music. Delilah and Julius can usually maneuver around it and stop the evil DJ.
- Ms. Deeds: The leader of a crime syndicate specializing in cybercrime.
- Ice: A master manipulator of earth science who also has her eyes on Julius.
- Wednesday Kertsfield: A young socialite who uses her money to try to take over the world.
- Conman: A master of disguise, he is behind some of the biggest scams ever committed against humanity. Nobody has ever seen his real face, not even any of his many kidnapping victims. Delilah and Julius uncovered his face, but instead of having a face the conman wore a permanent mask.
- Baguio Joe: A volatile weatherman who really controls the weather.
- Gilly Hippodrome: A mutant who hates normal-looking people. He is also the leader of a group of freaks masquerading as a circus, where he is the "Clown Prince".
- Ursula: Although a member of the academy, she is working as a double agent.
- Tibor: He is after the zero list and is also Julius' brother.
- Sunshine: Ice's twin sister and a villain with a fiery attitude
- Dollface and Roy: A woman who is part-robot, part-human, and wants to take over the world with her "husband", full-time robot, Roy. She wants the entire world to be of robots, and no humans at all.
- Evil Eye and Francis: Evil eye lost his eye while trying to escape from the police, and he believes that he lost it because of Delilah. Francis is his sidekick.
Two seasons were produced, each consisting of 26 episodes. Each season includes a three-part finale, originally aired together under one title but later as separate episodes.
"The Underground" is the pilot episode for the series.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||26||August 14, 2005||June 17, 2006|
|2||26||August 31, 2007||August 16, 2008|
Season 1 (2005–06)
|Title||Written by||Original air date||Prod.
|1||1||"The Underground"||Lienne Sawatsky and Daniel Williams||October 8, 2005||101|
|A missing train full of foreign athletes lead Delilah and Julius to Ms. Deeds and her plot to annihilate the planet and start an underground civilization.|
|2||2||"Fun for All"||Lienne Sawatsky and Daniel Williams||September 25, 2005||102|
|Dr. Dismay is about to unleash a deadly virus on unsuspecting fun-seekers at an amusement park, thanks to the help of Carlial, A genetic scientist for hire.|
|3||3||"Ice, Ice, Baby"||Nicole Demerse||September 17, 2005||103|
|The entire planet is plunged into the Dark Ages when yet sinister Ice steals the world's power.|
|4||4||"Delilah Identity"||Simon Racioppa and Richard Elliot||August 14, 2005||104|
|Delilah is suspected of being a mole in the Academy, and must go undercover to prove her innocence.|
|5||5||"Mayans Ruined"||Anita Kapila||September 11, 2005||105|
|D&J head to Mexico to investigate a missing archeologist, and to solve the mystery of an ancient artifact with healing powers.|
|6||6||"All You Need Is Love"||Bruce Robb||September 10, 2005||106|
|Delilah becomes embroiled in a revenge plot involving her parents, a wrongly imprisoned agent, and a secret Navajo code.|
|7||7||"Project Greenthumb"||Sean Jara||September 4, 2005||107|
|D&J head to the fashionable city of London to track down a top agent who has gone missing.|
|8||8||"The Ratings War"||Kenn Scott||September 3, 2005||108|
|Planet Earth News Network is taking over the airwaves, suspiciously scooping news stories before anyone else.|
|9||9||"Eye of the Storm"||Sean Jara||September 24, 2005||109|
|To promote a sense of "oneness" (Al's lexis), Delilah and Julius, Ursula and Emmet are notified that they are to switch partners, for good.|
|10||10||"Saving Scarlett"||Deborah Jarvis||October 1, 2005||110|
|Scarlett has been kidnapped and there's a bomb at the Academy and D&J discover that Wednesday is behind the sinister plot.|
|11||11||"Simple Minds"||Michael Best||October 2, 2005||111|
|D&J find themselves on a malfunctioning plane about to crash on the remote "Happy Times Island".|
|12||12||"Hunk Island"||Nicole Demerse||October 9, 2005||112|
|D&J are sent to stop Wednesday Kertsfield, who has been kidnapping young, beautiful male actors and models in order for them to compete, gladiator style, for her affection.|
|13||13||"Batman of Borneo"||Bruce Robb||October 15, 2005||113|
|D&J and Nosey are sent to Borneo to find an antidote for a deadly virus unleashed through pre-programmed bugs.|
|14||14||"To Spy or Not to Spy"||Simon Racioppa and Richard Elliot||October 16, 2005||114|
|It's Academy vacation, and much to Delilah's disappointment, they are spending it at a ski resort. But after several big foot sightings, Delilah finds that she is not so bored after all.|
|15||15||"The Last Day of Christmas"||Lienne Sawatsky and Daniel Williams||December 18, 2005||115|
|It's Christmas, but instead of peace on earth, the Academy and their yacht are being held hostage by a mysterious new villain, and only D&J can pull a Christmas miracle.|
|16||16||"A Very Important Date"||Anita Kapila||November 13, 2005||116|
|D&J go undercover at a dating service to find out who has been kidnapping the young rich and beautiful people in New York City. And also to find out that they are each other's perfect match in the process.|
|17||17||"The Ringmaster"||Sean Jara||December 17, 2005||117|
|D&J are assigned to guard the precocious daughter of a workaholic and genius geneticist.|
|18||18||"A Dreamer Never Dies"||Lienne Sawatsky and Daniel Williams||January 4, 2006||118|
|Julius investigates a high number of comas in a hospital, and discovers that Dr. Dismay is stealing people's dreams while about to get his dreams taking away, he starts to dream himself, about Delilah.|
|19||19||"A New Ice Age"||Nicole Demerse||January 11, 2006||119|
|Ice is back with a vengeance, this time with a formula that slowly freezes the earth's oceans causing a new ice age.|
|20||20||"Paris to Dakar"||Bruce Robb||January 18, 2006||120|
|D&J are undercover drivers in the world longest car race to track down the smugglers of uranium.|
|21||21||"Game, Set, Match"||Deborah Jarvis||March 15, 2006||121|
|D&J go undercover as pro tennis players to protect an international tennis star.|
|22||22||"The Hunter"||Nicole Demerse||March 16, 2006||122|
|Temples across China are being robbed, and intel suggests an ex-GIB top spy is behind the robberies.|
|23||23||"Terror by Tarot"||Bruce Robb||March 17, 2006||123|
|D&J go undercover in New Orleans as World Historical Society agents to guard a three-hundred-year-old voodoo death mask.|
|24||24||"The Truth Be Gold – Part 1 – All That Glitters Is Gold"||Lienne Sawatsky and Daniel Williams||June 17, 2006July 5, 2006)(||124|
|D&J go to the ORB lab in the Yukon to destroy the ORB super computer ran by Klaus.|
|25||25||"The Truth Be Gold – Part 2 – See How They Run"||Sean Jara||June 17, 2006July 6, 2006)(||125|
|D&J go to deliver Klaus but the ORB corporation attacked the plane they were on and they now have to survive in the wild.|
|26||26||"The Truth Be Gold – Part 3 – Heir Apparent"||Anita Kapila||June 17, 2006July 7, 2006)(||126|
|D&J head to ORB headquarters to discover the truth about Delilah's parents.|
Season 2 (2007–08)
|Title||Written by||Original air date||Prod.
|27||1||"The Fear Inside"||Lienne Sawatsky & Daniel Williams||August 31, 2007||201|
|A nearby spy school is disbanded by crippling fear gas and Delilah and Julius race to save the academy from the same fate.|
|28||2||"Land of the Setting Sun"||Anita Kapila||September 16, 2007||202|
|Delilah and Julius are sent to turn the light back on when someone drains Tokyo's electricity.|
|29||3||"Homework Detrimental"||Doug Hadders and Adam Rotstein||September 23, 2007||203|
|Going undercover at a girls' school is difficult for Delilah, who's comfortable hunting super villains, but out of her element with regular teenagers.|
|30||4||"Al Riled Up"||Daniel Williams and Lienne Sawatsky||September 30, 2007||204|
|Al is accused of treason and has to fight for his life when Dynimo, a blast from his past, takes him hostage.|
|31||5||"The Comic Capers"||Deborah Jarvis||October 7, 2007||205|
|Delilah, Julius and Zoe are at a convention when a mysterious villain commits elaborate plans modeled from comic book scenes.|
|32||6||"Hollywood Plot"||Sean Kalb||October 9, 2007||206|
|Delilah and Julius head for tinsel town when they refuse to believe Dexter J. Hook has become a legitimate movie producer.|
|33||7||"Blinded by Love"||Bruce Rob||October 21, 2007||207|
|Delilah walks into a deadly trap laid by an eye-patch wearing villain who blames Delilah for his missing eye.|
|34||8||"A Dirty Job"||Daniel Williams and Lienne Sawatsky||November 4, 2007||208|
|A garbage barge, a yellow briefcase, and the Zero List all converge at Pier 14 to help D&J bring down an international smuggling ring.|
|35||9||"Love Bytes"||Anita Kapila||November 11, 2007||209|
|Delilah and Julius have to stop Dollface, a half-human, half-android, from creating a robot army to enslave the human race.|
|36||10||"Pressure Drop"||Doug Hadders and Adam Rotstein||November 12, 2007||210|
|Delilah and Zoe have to save Julius, Nosey, and Emmet from Ms. Deeds when they travel as backpackers to a monastery in Tibet to find out about the Zero List.|
|37||11||"Frozen in Time"||Daniel Williams and Lienne Sawatsky||November 25, 2007||211|
|The Academy comes to the rescue when Delilah and Julius get frozen solid investigating a cryogenics lab.|
|38||12||"All Along the Clock Tower"||Betty Quan||December 2, 2007||212|
|Rescuing Agent Robinson from the maniacal Timekeeper offers Delilah & Julius a glimpse into the possibility of time travel - and Delilah revisits a memento from her past.|
|39||13||"The Zero Hour"||Dave Diaz||December 9, 2007||213|
|There's a showdown at high noon when Delilah and Julius travel to a ghost town and discover just how many villains are after the Zero List.|
|40||14||"Family Pass"||Dave Diaz||February 21, 2008||214|
|Under investigation for treason, Julius flees the Academy only to be thrust into the middle of warring super agents who risk the lives of innocent amusement park goers.|
|41||15||"Bugged"||Bruce Robb||February 21, 2008||215|
|An insect infestation, that hinders the Academy, from Dr. Thorax threatens Julius with a buggy genetic mutation.|
|42||16||"Dawn of a New Day"||Anita Kapila||April 28, 2008||216|
|Dollface and Roy, the robotic-romantic duo, reunite with a plan to take over the world with a solar-powered army, and Delilah and Julius have only until sunrise to stop them.|
|43||17||"Just the Two of Us"||Dave Dias||April 29, 2008||217|
|Copycats make Delilah and Julius realize that fans can be a lot more than flattering - they can be deadly.|
|44||18||"Breakout"||Daniel Williams and Lienne Sawatsky||May 20, 2008||218|
|When Dynimo escapes the GIB with Ursula, Delilah and Julius trail the vengeful duo to a mysterious hidden facility.|
|45||19||"Every Breath You Take"||Shawn Kalb||May 20, 2008||219|
|Deep sea diving for deadly poisons brings Delilah and Julius face-to-face with an even deadlier underwater foe, a scuba-geared Dexter J. Hook.|
|46||20||"The Traitor Within"||Deborah Jarvis||June 20, 2008||220|
|Delilah and Julius have to unmask a villain when a deadly microbot is stolen from Scarlett's international spy gadget symposium.|
|47||21||"The Fugitive Vacationer"||Bruce Robb||June 23, 2008||221|
|Delilah and Julius get very little rest when assassins target an innocent bystander during the Academy vacation.|
|48||22||"Extreme Measures"||Anita Kapila||June 24, 2008||222|
|When Tibor kidnaps a world class Indian programmer, the Academy agents have to race across the rooftops of India to get him back before he is forced to repair the damaged Zero List.|
|49||23||"To Dismay's Dismay"||Daniel Williams and Lienne Sawatsky||June 25, 2008||223|
|An unlikely guest at the Academy sets D&J on the trail of a sleep depriving mad scientist.|
|50||24||"The End of Tomorrow – Part 1 – Present Tense"||Daniel Williams and Lienne Sawatsky||August 16, 2008(October 28, 2011 )||224|
|Delilah and Julius have to stop Tibor when he gets everything he needs to make time travel work.|
|51||25||"The End of Tomorrow – Part 2 – Simple Past"||Daniel Williams and Lienne Sawatsky||August 16, 2008(October 31, 2011 )||225|
|It's a race to rescue Al when Delilah and Julius learn that he holds the key to the Zero list.|
|52||26||"The End of Tomorrow – Part 3 – Future Perfect"||Daniel Williams and Lienne Sawatsky||August 16, 2008(November 1, 2011 )||226|
|Delilah and Julius travel to the past to stop Tibor when his poorly functioning time machine threatens to tear apart the fabric of space and time.|