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"That's not very funny!"

Red Herring was Coolsville's neighborhood bully andFreddie Jones's prime suspect of any of the town's crimes, who accuses Red incessantly due to a feud they had at the playground when they were babies. Out of the many, many times he was accused only once did he actually commit the crime, and that was when Fred did notaccuse him.[1]

Physical appearance[]

Red Herring is a short chubby kid who has red hair and lots of freckles.


He tends to make things hard for the neighborhood kids, often making a joke at the their expense, only to fall into a trashcan or something to delight of the gang.


Early life[]

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A Pup Named Scooby-Doo[]

Season one[]

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Season two[]

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Season three[]

He decided to clean and spruce up his aunt's bike so he dressed up as theBoogey Biker to scare the gang away, so they wouldn't ruin his reputation. He was forgiven. (Night of the Boogey Biker)


  • A Pup Named Scooby-Doo

Recurring gags[]

I didn't do it![]

In every episode, but one, Fred had accused Red Herring of being the man in the mask even though it wasn't him (the only time it was is when Fred didn't accuse him, and only because he was dared not to). He has been seen showing up to reassure Fred what an idiot he is. These are some of the ways he would prove it.


Red has rang Fred up numerous amount of times to shut him up, once when he wasn't even in Coolsville.


"I'm gonna whoops you, Freddie!" (runs his bike over Fred off-screen)

A Bicycle Built For Boo!


  • Red's name is a play on the literacy device which puts one on a false trail.