|Unlocked by||Complete all Challenge matches with Golds or better|
|Games||TimeSplitters Future Perfect|
Mansion Of Madness
Glimpse of Stocking
Hotel Bot Set
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|TS1 Gesture||N/A||TSFP Gesture||Swings a baseball bat around his body, alternating arms and then hits himself on the head with it, knocking him out|
|TS2 Gallery||N/A||TSFP Gallery||Jed's dead, baby.|
Jed, is another Zombie. He looks like a hippie, and has a beard, vest, and crucifix round his neck, which is stereotypical "hippie wear". He only features in TimeSplitters Future Perfect. He is known to be a difficult character to unlock in the game, due to the insane requirements.
- The description of Jed in the gallery says: "Jed's dead, baby." This is a reference to Butch Coolidge's text in the Pulp Fiction scene where he is sitting on a motorcycle and Fabienne (his girlfriend) asks who's bike it is, to which he replies "It's from Zed." Then Fabienne asks who Zed is, and he says "Zed's dead, baby." (because Zed was killed earlier in the film).
- Ironically, though Jed is one of the stronger multiplayer zombie bots, he is almost always one of the least dangerous zombies encountered in the single player campaign. In Mansion of Madness (his only campaign appearance), he comes in only two forms: 1 - running very fast, but with very low health, very similar to Daisy Dismay and 2 - wielding a baseball bat. But in both cases, he is almost always very poorly placed in terms of strategy. Two key examples of this are as follows: In the hallway shortly after defeating the Deerhaunter, a large number of enemies will attempt to ambush Jo-Beth and Cortez. Among them is Jed. However, Jed's purpose here is essentially cannon fodder, as that he appears at the far end of the hallways wielding a bat, where he makes a very easy target for a well-placed shotgun round. The other example is at the end of the hallway with the beetles, where a fast Daisy Dismay will attempt to chase the player. This usually forces even the knowing player to back up somewhat down the hallway. Only after Daisy Dismay has arisen to attack will a similar Jed attack, though, by this time, even the inexperienced player will have figured out that they need to back up some, and Jed presents himself as a very easy target in the narrow hallway for the shotgun.
- Many players will never unlock Jed, due to the requirement for all golds in all challenges to unlock him.