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  • Fred Jones
  • Fred Jones, from Worcester, Worcestershire, was a contestant on series 3 of the UK version of the show on 11 March, 1999. He walked away with £64,000.
  • Fred Jones was the husband of Grace Jones and father of Frank - and uncle to Indiana Jones. He lived with his family and several laborers on a ranch near Rancho Bajada del Monte, outside Albuquerque, New Mexico. Professor Henry Walton Jones, Sr. and his son, Indy, visited Fred and Grace's ranch during the spring of 1916. Grace, Fred, and Frank met the father and son at the train station and escorted them to the ranch. At breakfast the next morning, Fred allowed his son and nephew to go on a camping trip to Red Butte - not knowing that they were really headed to a bordello in Mexico.
  • He first appeared in Reap Walking.
  • He is the leader of Mystery Inc and despite his ego, he is quite selfless towards the gang In A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, he jumps to conclusions. There, he was voiced by the late Carl Steven.
  • Fred Jones is an enhanced human being with the power of telekinesis, and by extension, a highly advanced form of reality warping.
  • In the 1990s direct-to-video movies and in the 2000s series What's New, Scooby-Doo?, Fred's outfit was given an update, with the removal of his tie and two blue stripes added to his sleeves.
  • Frederick Terrell "Fred" Jones is a retired American basketball player who played at the Shooting Guard. This article related to Basketball is short. PLEASE do expand it!
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Fredrick Herman "Fred" Jones is a character from the animated television series Scooby-Doo. He is the self-appointed leader of the Mystery Inc. gang, and (usually) the driver of their van, the Mystery Machine. He is also the boyfriend of Daphne Blake. A statuesque and brave youth, he is the polar opposite of the group's other male human member, Shaggy Rogers. In later spin-offs, Fred is also shown as having a great interest in various types of sports. During the series' run, Fred would often be shown constructing various Rube Goldberg-esque 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.
  • Very inventive, he is the one that rigs up the Rube Goldberg traps to catch villains, despite Shaggy and Scooby usually setting them off. He is also the strongest person in the group. It is speculated by fans that he and Daphne both have crushes on each other, but this is not expicitly shown until Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated. He is also shown to have an interest in various sports throughout the series.
  • Fred "Freddie/Freddy" Jones is the leader of the Mystery Inc. gang, and (more often than not) the driver of their van: The Mystery Machine. Fred is statuesque and brave; everything that the group's other male human member, Shaggy Rogers, isn't.
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Category
Job
  • Amateur sleuth
Eyes
  • Black
Status
  • Alive
Appearance
  • Hunteri Heroici
Affiliation
B
  • Cinderella
  • Greece
  • Gorilla
  • Mirror
  • A needle
  • Crepe Suzette
  • Eight minutes
  • Museum - 6%
  • Ouse
  • Racecourses
  • Sabot
  • Spend it
  • XA3
Hair
  • Blond
Actor
Name
  • Fred Jones
Value
  • Fastest Finger First Question
  • £1,000 - Not Timed
  • £100 - Not Timed
  • £125,000 - Not Timed
  • £16,000 - Not Timed
  • £2,000 - Not Timed
  • £200 - Not Timed
  • £300 - Not Timed
  • £32,000 - Not Timed
  • £4,000 - Not Timed
  • £500 - Not Timed
  • £64,000 - Not Timed
  • £8,000 - Not Timed
Caption
  • Being for so much money, Fred decided to call his friend and retired teacher John, who was pretty sure it was A needle, but would not gamble £16,000 on it. Therefore, Fred decided to use his 50:50, eliminating C and D. He decided to go with John, and won £32,000.
  • Fred narrowed it down to A or B, but decided not to take a guess as he knew he was risking £32,000. He walked away with £64,000, and said he would have guessed Eight seconds. The correct answer was B: Eight minutes.
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  • Freddie/Freddy
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  • 5050
  • correct
Species
  • Human
Title
  • UK Contestant
A
  • Prisons
  • Holland
  • Pinocchio
  • Scimitar
  • Eat it
  • Thermometer
  • Severn
  • A small barrel
  • Art Gallery - 7%
  • Blue Whale
  • Eight seconds
  • Eve's Pudding
  • XJ6
astyle
  • correct
Performer
Before
After
Current
  • Fred Jones
Occupation
Family
Question
  • 3050.0
  • ('Ask the Audience' lifeline used)
  • Complete the title of the 1960's children's TV series 'Fireball.....'.
  • For what are Eton, Harrow and Rugby most famous?
  • On which river does Warwick stand?
  • Queen Nefertiti was once ruler of which country?
  • What is a 'trattoria' in Italy?
  • What is a bodkin ?
  • What would a doctor use to take your temperature?
  • What would you do with a 'didgeridoo'?
  • Which of the following is a sword?
  • Starting with the heaviest, put these four animals in order.
  • Which 1940 Disney animated film features the song 'When You Wish Upon A Star'?
  • Approximately how long does light take to reach us from the sun?
  • Which pudding is named after a famous Australian operatic soprano ?
Gender
  • Male
Birthname
  • Fredrick Herman Jones
D
  • Egypt
  • Hospitals
  • Trent
  • Rhinoceros
  • Dumbo
  • Savoy
  • A pencil
  • A jacket
  • Apple Alice
  • Play it
  • Restaurant - 76%
  • Sixteen minutes
  • XL5
bstyle
  • correct
C
  • Persia
  • Avon
  • Sleeping Beauty
  • Elephant
  • Public schools
  • Sitar
  • Stethoscope
  • A cotton reel
  • Drink it
  • Opera House - 11%
  • Peach Melba
  • Twelve minutes
  • XT9
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  • Fred Jones
  • Fred Jones, from Worcester, Worcestershire, was a contestant on series 3 of the UK version of the show on 11 March, 1999. He walked away with £64,000.
  • Fred Jones was the husband of Grace Jones and father of Frank - and uncle to Indiana Jones. He lived with his family and several laborers on a ranch near Rancho Bajada del Monte, outside Albuquerque, New Mexico. Professor Henry Walton Jones, Sr. and his son, Indy, visited Fred and Grace's ranch during the spring of 1916. Grace, Fred, and Frank met the father and son at the train station and escorted them to the ranch. At breakfast the next morning, Fred allowed his son and nephew to go on a camping trip to Red Butte - not knowing that they were really headed to a bordello in Mexico.
  • He first appeared in Reap Walking.
  • Very inventive, he is the one that rigs up the Rube Goldberg traps to catch villains, despite Shaggy and Scooby usually setting them off. He is also the strongest person in the group. It is speculated by fans that he and Daphne both have crushes on each other, but this is not expicitly shown until Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated. He is also shown to have an interest in various sports throughout the series. His teenaged version has been voiced by Frank Welker since the first episode of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, to the present, and was voiced by Carl Stevens in his pre-teen years in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo.
  • He is the leader of Mystery Inc and despite his ego, he is quite selfless towards the gang In A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, he jumps to conclusions. There, he was voiced by the late Carl Steven.
  • Fred "Freddie/Freddy" Jones is the leader of the Mystery Inc. gang, and (more often than not) the driver of their van: The Mystery Machine. Fred is statuesque and brave; everything that the group's other male human member, Shaggy Rogers, isn't. Over the years, Fred has come to build overly complicated 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. He also takes charge by splitting the group up to search for clues. Fred usually takes Daphne Blake and Velma Dinkley with him, while Shaggy and Scooby go off by themselves, although he would sometimes send Velma along with Shaggy and Scooby; Fred's main catchphrase is related to this divide-and-conquer clue search method: "Let's split up, gang..."
  • Fred Jones is an enhanced human being with the power of telekinesis, and by extension, a highly advanced form of reality warping.
  • In the 1990s direct-to-video movies and in the 2000s series What's New, Scooby-Doo?, Fred's outfit was given an update, with the removal of his tie and two blue stripes added to his sleeves.
  • Frederick Terrell "Fred" Jones is a retired American basketball player who played at the Shooting Guard. This article related to Basketball is short. PLEASE do expand it!
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Fredrick Herman "Fred" Jones is a character from the animated television series Scooby-Doo. He is the self-appointed leader of the Mystery Inc. gang, and (usually) the driver of their van, the Mystery Machine. He is also the boyfriend of Daphne Blake. A statuesque and brave youth, he is the polar opposite of the group's other male human member, Shaggy Rogers. In later spin-offs, Fred is also shown as having a great interest in various types of sports. During the series' run, Fred would often be shown constructing various Rube Goldberg-esque 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.
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