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During the split, Fred writes a book, Fred On Fred, focusing on his own life, whilst Daphne practices martial arts and becomes a blackbelt.
They appear to like each other throughout the entire film, and kiss at the end but Daphne pushes him away.
was not, in fact, his biological father, but instead a man who kidnapped him as a child and raised him as his own son.
His biological parents Brad Chiles and Judy Reeves later returned, but Fred continued to use the last name of Jones. The makers of the Scooby-Doo film originally planned to refer to the rumor by including a scene where Fred asks to stay with Daphne, using a toothbrush to imply that he wanted to stay with Daphne for the night.
In the series finale, when the universe is restarted to where Fred was never raised by Fred Jones Sr., but rather his biological parents, it is never stated what his last name is in the new reality. The scene was not included in the final version of the film. and the Witch's Ghost, Daphne and Velma both inquire as to why Fred always wants to split up with Daphne, and Daphne visibly becomes jealous when Fred is enamored by Thorn, the lead singer of The Hex Girls. Curse of the Lake Monster, the two are caught kissing at the beginning of the film, it is later stated by Daphne that they are better off just as friends for the sake of Mystery Incorporated. Mystery Incorporated, Daphne is in love with Fred, and in the episode "Dead Justice" they have their first kiss and Fred asks her to marry him.
The scene was not included in the final version of the film.
He is often shown constructing various Rube Goldberg traps for villains, which Scooby-Doo and/or Shaggy would often set off by mistake, only for the villain to wind up captured by the trap anyway. However, he would almost always be wrong, and would usually be followed by an insult from Red Herring.
Fred leads the group in solving mysteries and often orders the gang to split up to search for clues. This was also carried over to more recent Scooby-Doo productions, most notably What's New, Scooby-Doo? Mystery Incorporated, though the Red Herring and mythical creature obsessions were dropped (replaced with obsessions for traps, martial arts, wrestling, and bench-pressing).
Fred's been recalling a few memories while Daph's at her last year of college, out of state. In all honesty, I'm not happy with this, but maybe you will be...that's why it's up here.
A short little story of two members of the Mystery Inc.
Frederick Herman "Fred" Jones is a fictional character in the American animated series Scooby-Doo, about a quartet of teenage mystery solvers and their Great Dane companion, Scooby-Doo. In most series, Fred wears a white and/or blue shirt and blue jeans.