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* Physical appearance; clothing.
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That's Avocados.

—George Avocados

George Avocados was a candidate for Mayor of Crystal Cove during re-election, running against incumbent Fred Jones, Sr.

Physical appearance

George has black hair with three grey stripes. He also has a small black mustache.


He tries to get others to pronounce his last name differently from the name of the fruit, but nobody listens. He says George Avacados


Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated

Season one

For a time he was suspected of driving the Ghost Truck to make the mayor look bad, but he was discovered to be innocent. However, the investigation also proved his father, Theodore Avocados, was a diamond thief, ruining his election chances.[1]

Season two

Phantom Mummy unmasked

Avocados unmasked.

He fainted after being attacked and robbed of his "man broach" by the Hodag during Brad Chiles and Judy Reeves "welcome back" party at the Blake Mansion.[2]

He was suspected of being the Scarebear because Destroido was ruining his avacado farm, but he was innocent again. However, Fred accidently flung a bomb that was set by the factory onto his farm, blowing up his crops.[3]

He took a job as a janitor and dressed as the Mummy of Friar Serra to find the missing diamond stolen by his father after discovering it was disguised as a doorknob in the Burlington Library.[4]


When the Evil Entity was destroyed, it altered all of reality for Crystal Cove; meaning the Mummy of Friar Serra wasn't a disguise in the past.[5]



George: (sees his broach is missing) My man broach! Ahhhhhhh!!! (faints)
The Hodag of Horror

George: That's Avoc—eh, oh forget it!
Theater of Doom


  • Avocados was a suspect in multiple episodes, but was the villain in only one. The closest to this was Gibby Norton who was both a suspect and villain in every episode he appeared in. Of special note, it was the actions of Mystery Inc. in the previous cases that caused his reason to commit his crime.

In other languages

Actor Language Notes
Helge Winther-Larsen Norwegian