|This One-Line Article annoys Wonder Woman.|
She will pulverize it if you don't expand it in one month.
So sayeth the Princess of the Amazons:
I will strike thee!
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|“||How do you sum up the life of a man like Fred Andrews? You could start with the facts. That he was born at Riverdale General Hospital. That his parents were Arthur and Virginia Andrews. That he led the Riverdale High baseball team to two consecutive state championships. Took over the family business at 18, got married, had a son, settled down. And while others were rushing to get out of Riverdale, Fred was setting down roots. When our town saw a pariah and closed its doors, Fred saw a lost soul and opened his. There was always room at his table, in his home, for others. Whenever our town was under attack, Fred was on the front line, Fred was on the front line fighting for it, defending it. He was our good Samaritan, our George Bailey, our knight in flannel armor. And by the way, he was a hell of a good tipper. Fred left Riverdale better than when he found it. That's his legacy.||„|
|~ -Jughead's eulogy for Fred Andrews|
|“||Being mayor is something I dreamed about ever since I was a little kid, son, in the back of my mind. And I know Riverdale's had a lot of downs lately but maybe, I can help get it back up on an upswing.||„|
|~ -Fred to Archie|
Frederick "Fred" Arthur Andrews was a main character on The CW's Riverdale. He is Archie Andrews father and owns a construction company in Riverdale. He dies in season 4 because he was struck by a car.
He was portrayed by late Luke Perry.