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Jeeves is the nickname given to the robot J31 Version 2.3.
Jeeves was a medium sized robot with a rectangular-shaped upper body. Its lower body was triangular and elongated, as well as being attached to a flattened cylinder that allowed the robot to move. It had a pair of long thin arms. Jeeves' head was also rectangular-shaped and sported two red eyes.
Jeeves was very helpful due to its original programming of being a butler. However, after being reprogrammed, it became very ruthless and dangerous.
Powers and abilities
Jeeves was very agile and strong in spite of having a slightly small body. It had many devices such as a welding laser, dusting pan, and brush.
Jeeves was also shown to be intelligent as it was able to avoid Fred Jones's trip wire trap.
What's New, Scooby-Doo?
Its purpose was to be the butler in the Super Home of Artificial Robotic Intelligence, but under the control of Shari the house computer it became a formidable monster. When Shaggy Rogers and Scooby-Doo escaped from a room that started to heat up (thanks to Shari), Jeeves tried to attack Scooby, but failed to do so. It then later showed up to Mystery Inc., offering Shaggy a glass of lemonade (this was when Jeeves was in its normal self). After Shari reprogrammed it, Jeeves disposed both Shaggy and Scooby in a garbage chamber. It then chased Mystery Inc. throughout the house and attempted to trap them inside by welding all of the exit doors shut. Finally, the gang managed to lure Jeeves into the same bathroom that one of the tourists was trapped inside before. It was destroyed after the bathroom was flooded.
Jeeves: Must take out trash!
- Jeeves is the name of a highly-competent valet in several novels and short stories by P.G. Wodehouse.