Fred "Freddie" Jones is the leader of the Mystery Inc. gang, and 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; with his infamous catchphrase being "Let's split up, gang.." Known as both the looks and the muscle of the group, Fred appears to be somewhat self-centered and vain. It can be determined that Fred has Narcissistic Personality Disorder. In the show, Fred is intolerant to the opinions of others, takes extra care in his appearance, and takes offense to anyone that comments on his appearance or decision making. While Fred seems to be the leader of the group, he often blames others for mistakes that even him himself makes. His posture alone demands attention as he stands up straight and makes others around him feel inferior. Fred is serious about his work as he handles dealings with the clients of the gang to the final reveal of the villain. Further diagnosis shows that Fred does not like criticism, especially about his appearance but generally about his decisions. He is continuously intolerant of the opinions and decisions of others, only considering them when there is no other alternative, but in the end makes it seem like not only was it his decision but he is in clear control. He delegates assignments, but then is quick to blame when there is a screw-up. His constant disapproval of the way Shaggy and Scooby behave is another clear indicator of narcissism. Not to mention his posture, which is commanding and seeks to make everyone around him feel smaller. In the video below, Fred and Daphne are put in a life or death situation; and when a shackled Daphne suggests that a tied-up Fred scoot near her so they can die together, Fred refuses and uses the clues the antagonist leaves him to escape. Fred literally saves himself to prove his genius to the antagonist to instill his strength, intelligence, and abilities, as a narcissist would. However, he only saves Daphne to prove the antagonist otherwise; not because he genuinely loved Daphne (narcissists are incapable of loving anyone but themselves).