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Since the original Fred Jones has been the main character of more than forty years worth of TV series, films and other media, an entire article has been given for biography.

History

Early life

As an infants, the gang found out that the monster was really Red Herring in the playground; Fred would never forget that time, therefore he continued blaming Red.[1]

He attended Velma Dinkley's 5th birthday. He was surprised to see Bobo the Clown make a confetti flake from Velma's encyclopedia of King Tut.[2]

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A Pup Named Scooby-Doo

Fred had a very odd childhood, noteworthy as being slightly hyperactive, danger-prone (of which now he calls Daphne), and superstitious. Fred was frequently picked on by Red Herring, the neighbourhood bully. He subscribed to a magazine, the National Exaggerator, that "reported" real monsters (his favorites being the Mole People and the mud monsters). Fred also almost always gets something wrong at the end of each episode, as he always (or almost always) accuses Red as being the villain. It is shown that Fred has worn his ascot since childhood.

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

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The New Scooby-Doo Movies

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The Scooby-Doo Show

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Season three

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Scrappy-Doo era

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The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries

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Post-Scrappy-Doo era

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He became a producer and cameraman for Daphne's show, Coast to Coast with Daphne Blake. When they got to Louisiana, Fred gained a crush on Lena Dupree, causing Daphne to be jealous.[3]

The gang was invited to Oakhaven by Ben Ravencroft, but when they got to there, they saw that Sarah Ravencroft, Ben's ancestor, was the town's attraction. The gang heard noises coming from the band, the Hex Girls. Thorn, mesmerized Fred, which caused Daphne Blake to nudge him in jealously. Fred paired himself off with Daphne to see what Thorn was doing, when Velma Dinkley suddenly wanted to know why he always paired off with her, causing Daphne to blush and Fred to answer nervously, only for Velma to say it was okay.[4]

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He and the gang went to go see their old friend, Eric Staufer, but after trying to chase the virus, someone beamed them into cyber-space. In the coliseum level, he borrowed Daphne's jacket to lure the lion into his cage. After luring the lion, Daphne kissed him on the cheek and told him that was very brave.[5]

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He and the gang went to go see Fred's pen-pal, Alejo Otero, for the Day of the Dead party, but Veracruz was being attacked by Chupacabra.[6]

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Fred and the gang went to visit Daphne's cousin, Shannon Blake, in Scotland. But their vacation came to a halt when they were informed by the Loch-Ness Monster . (Scooby-Doo! and the Loch Ness Monster)

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Post-What's New, Scooby-Doo? era

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Apocrypal

Johnny Bravo

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Night of the Living Doo

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References

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