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"Janitor" Appreciation Club
- Me, Myself, and I
- Janitor is a sarcastic, mysterious hospital employee who has made it his business to terrorize series protagonist J.D. This character is an interesting paradox in that he is both a clever underdog who frequently outwits the more educated doctors (he claims to have been offered janitorial jobs at Princeton and Yale, even though he could not figure out the coin riddle), but at the same time is the physically imposing bully of the hospital. His bullying generally seems to be more out of amusement, rather than genuine cruelty or mean-spiritedness; J.D. being an easy target because of his soft side and vulnerability. That said, some of his practical jokes have been on the severe side, such as duct-taping Dr. Cox's mouth and leaving him in a case in the morgue for two hours and trapping J.D. in a water source. His love of torturing others could also indicate that he is a sick bastard, and if you do not join tis band right now, Janitor will come after you!!!!!!!!
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Much of Janitor's life isn't really known for certain. A well-known liar, he is notorious for telling tall tales about himself; since nobody believes him, it is difficult to determine which stories are true. The dubious claims he has made over the years include:
He claims to have a twin brother, but later admits it to be an attempt at tricking J.D. and Turk.
He went to Harvard
He went to Yale
His wife only has a "pointer" on her right hand and "thumb/pinky" on her left
His grandfather was apparently abusive and would beat him with a gym sock full of nickels. This behavior was attributed to his grandfather's OCD, which may or may not be a correct diagnosis
He has told Elliot that he has a "sister-mom" and "brother-dad" in what might have been reference to Jack Nicholson.
He has told J.D. that he has a brother who is a stripper
He has a cousin, who is a bank teller, that supplies him with an exploding ink cartridge to find out who keeps disconnecting the security alarm
When he was a child, his mother kept him in a 'playpen' a.k.a. a 'baby cage' (a dog kennel). (This appears to be false until the end of the episode where he is arguing with his mother over it.)
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