|Family|| Judy Neutron (wife),
Jimmy Neutron (son),
Granny Neutron [mother] unnamed father (assumed to be deceased)
|Friends||Judy Neutron, Jimmy Neutron|
|Likes||ducks, pies, his family|
|Voice Actor||Mark DeCarlo|
Hugh is a tall man who wears glasses and a blue sweater vest with a red tie. He also has an unusually shaped nose which most Neutrons have (aside from Jimmy and Baby Eddie). Hugh's personality seems to be on the quirky side of things, and he is the sort of person who prefers to do things his way. He loves his ducks, and his pies. This is seen in one episode.
In the film, it is revealed he likes ducks due to the quacking noises he makes when Jimmy attempts to remove the headpiece, activating a siren causing Hugh to quack. Hugh seems stupid, and dimwitted, but is actually very smart, and Jimmy has inherited this. He loves to clean and polish his models of ducks, and will even talk to them. He refers to his wife as Sugar Booger. Hugh also must have done gymnastics at one point as he uses this to evade Poultra in "The Eggpire Strikes Back."
- Despite Hugh's dim-witted demeanor, it is actually from his side of the family where Jimmy gets his genius gene from.
- In "Nightmare in Retroville," it is seen that in some ways, Octopus Man is to Hugh what Ultra Lord is to Sheen.
- He is shown in " The Eggpire Strikes Back" to be in surprisingly good shape when he uses gymnastics to get away from Poultra.
- Once, Hugh had an opportunity to go into business with McSpanky's and make a fortune, but chose instead to use his investment money to buy a wedding ring for Judy.
- Despite the implication that the Neutrons moved to Retroville only a few years before the start of the series (mostly Cindy's bitterness towards being the smartest child in Retroville "until Jimmy moved to Retroville"), Hugh and Judy were seen living in the same house, even before they were married.
- Hugh's favorite kind of pizza is hot fudge and anchovy.
- As seen in "Attack of The Twonkies," Hugh is a master at slow motion.
- He loves to eat the grapes that roll away from their container at the supermarket, especially to stop them from becoming raisins, which he hates.
- Jimmy's relationship with his parents are very strong, but due to being shown to spend more time with his father, Jimmy has a slightly stronger bond with him.