List of The Flintstones episodes
This is the list of episodes for the original The Flintstones series, which aired from 1960–66, followed by a list of Flintstones specials. As of September 2006, all six seasons have been released to DVD in North America. In all, 166 episodes were released for the original series.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||DVD release dates|
|Season premiere||Season finale||Region 1||Region 2||Region 4|
|Pilot||May 1994||March 16, 2004||November 7, 2005||March 2, 2005|
|1||28||September 30, 1960||April 7, 1961||March 16, 2004||November 7, 2005||March 2, 2005|
|2||32||September 15, 1961||April 27, 1962||December 7, 2004||January 1, 2007||July 12, 2005|
|3||28||September 14, 1962||April 5, 1963||March 22, 2005||September 5, 2005||October 19, 2005|
|4||26||September 19, 1963||March 12, 1964||November 15, 2005||N/A||N/A|
|5||26||September 17, 1964||March 12, 1965||March 7, 2006||N/A||N/A|
|6||26||September 17, 1965||April 1, 1966||September 5, 2006||N/A||N/A|
|#||Title||Animated by||Original air date|
|Pilot||"The Flagstones"||Kenneth Muse||May 1994 (on Cartoon Network)|
First released on The Flintstones: The Collector's Edition' on VHS in 1994, it made its first television air in May 1994, it aired on Cartoon Network, and on Boomerang in November 2006. It was released on DVD in 2001 and again in 2004.Note: This was the original pilot episode for 'The Flintstones', but was never shown with the original series. It was actually a 90 second "demo reel" (with grease pencil marks still visible on the film), designed to sell the series to potential advertisers in the winter of 1959, depicting a scene from what would eventually become the episode "The Swimming Pool". Daws Butler provided the voices of Fred and Barney (he would reprise the role of Barney in Season 2 episodes 1, 2, 5, 6 and 9 when Mel Blanc was unavailable to provide the voice at that time), June Foray was Betty (her appearance was somewhat redesigned for the actual series), and Jean Vander Pyl was Wilma (the only actor from the pilot to regularly reprise their role for the actual series). The pilot was re-voiced for the Cartoon Crackups DVD release for unknown reasons with Henry Corden as Fred, Frank Welker as Barney, Tress MacNeille as Wilma, and Betty Jean Ward as Betty. All other releases of the pilot use the original voice track.
Season 1 (1960–1961)
|#||Total||Title||Animated by||Original air date|
|1||1||"The Flintstone Flyer"||Carlo Vinci.||September 30, 1960|
|Fred feigns illness so he and Barney can get out of taking their wives to the opera, as the night coincides with a Bowling Championship. Using Barney's home-made prehistoric helicopter as a means of escape, the two then join their bowling team for the tournament. They almost get away with their scheme, until loose-lipped Barney gives away their night's activities by using a fake mustache he and Fred used earlier to try to fool their wives at the bowling alley. Notes: This was the series premiere. On this and many other early episodes, Wilma and Betty are depicted as domestically abusive wives. In later episodes, this happens only occasionally (those others included "Peek-a-Boo Camera" and "The Buffalo Convention" for example); Most episodes, however, usually show them as good-natured, but a little short-tempered. This is the first episode that Betty was voiced by Bea Benaderet. Barney sounds a little different than in later episodes, with a nasally-speaking voice instead of his normal voice.|
|2||2||"Hot Lips Hannigan"||Kenneth Muse.||October 7, 1960|
|Believing he has made Wilma and Betty disappear through magic, Fred capitalizes on his newfound freedom by taking Barney to a nightclub, the Rockland, where an old friend, trumpeter Hot Lips Hannigan, is performing. Fred sings a song (the Saints). The jazz is cool until the wives show up, under the guise of two "hep chicks," to teach their wayward husbands a lesson. Hannigan tries to woo the girls with a sexily intoned, "Skiddly-wah-wah-WAH . . . contact!" to which Wilma responds by saying, "Here's some contact," and smashing him in the head. Note: This is one of two episodes in which Fred has the ability to sing, the other being "The Girls' Night Out." Somehow, Wilma and Betty still think that Fred can't sing even though someone else provides his singing voice in these two episodes instead. After the start of season two, Fred no longer has a singing ability except in Season 4 when he duets with Ann-Margaret.|
|3||3||"The Swimming Pool"||Kenneth Muse.||October 14, 1960|
|First episode produced; incorporated scenes from "The Flagstones" pilot—Fred and Barney build a joint swimming pool in their back yards, leading to fights before Fred's surprise birthday party. Notes: Bill Thompson is the police sergeant's voice and Hal Smith does the voice of the grumpy next door neighbor. (A brief snippet of this episode, newly animated, shows up later in a Jetsons episode, "Elroy's Mob"; a classmate of Elroy's watches it on his wristwatch TV, before the teacher catches him at it and confiscates it.)|
|4||4||"No Help Wanted"||Kenneth Muse.||October 21, 1960|
Fred uses his influence with a business friend to obtain a job for Barney, who becomes a furniture repossessor. To the dismay of both, Barney's first assignment is to repossess Fred's television set! Unwilling to betray his friend, Barney pays off Fred's delinquent television bill with his first paycheck. Notes: Frank Nelson provide additional voices.This is the first episode that has no laugh track in recent broadcasts. Other episodes without a laugh track in recent broadcasts are: Season One's "The Split Personality," "The Monster from the Tar Pits," "The Babysitters," "The Girls' Night Out," "The Snorkasarus Hunter." Season Four's "Son of Rockzilla," and Season Five's "Pebbles' Birthday Party" and "Moonlight and Maintenance." On the DVD releases of the episodes: Season One's "The Split Personality," "The Girls' Night Out" and Season Five's "Moonlight and Maintenance" have the laugh tracks restored on them. Also, this is the first episode with Dino making an appearance.
|5||5||"The Split Personality"||Carlo Vinci.||October 28, 1960|
|After being hit on the head with a bottle, Fred contracts amnesia and becomes an Englishman called "Frederick." Notes: A later episode several years later, "Monster Fred," would be slightly based on this episode. Betty Rubble gets very cross and angry when she cleans up after Barney. Next time, Barney should have cleaned up after himself.|
|6||6||"The Monster from the Tar Pits"||Kenneth Muse.||November 4, 1960|
|A Hollyrock film company goes on location in Bedrock to film its new feature "The Monster from the Tar Pits," and gullible Fred is enlisted as stand-in for star Gary Granite. But Fred's real problems begin when Wilma and Betty audition for roles in the film and end up going ga-ga upon meeting movie stars Rock Pile and Wednesday Tuesday. Note: This episode would be reworked several years later in the episode "Son of Rockzilla". Other episodes where Fred gets the acting bug are "Hawaiian Escapade", "Fred Meets Hercurcock" and "The Return of Stony Curtis."|
|7||7||"The Babysitters"||Ed Love.||November 11, 1960|
Fred and Barney agree to babysit Wilma's nephew, Egbert, which makes them miss a chance to go and see the fights. A blackout of the event in their area prompts them to bring Egbert with them to their friend Joe Rockhead's house so they can watch the fight. Notes: Paul Frees and Daws Butler provide several voices. This is the first episode that Barney Rubble starts laughing and crying with Fred. This is also the first episode that Barney says "I hate to see a grown man cry."This is the first of several false alarms in which Fred thinks that Wilma is going to have/and or had a baby in a episode. It happens again in an episode in Season 2 and a third one in Season 3. This episode is also the first appearance of Joe Rockhead.
|8||8||"At the Races"||Carlo Vinci.||November 18, 1960|
To finance their dream of opening a pool hall, Fred and Barney visit the dinosaur racetrack where Fred bets his entire paycheck on a long shot. To cover for gambling, Fred pretends to have been beaten by a robber and tells Wilma that he has lost his check. When the longshot pays off, Fred and Barney are initially elated, but they quickly realize their problems are only beginning. Hal Smith provides the voice of Fred's Boss.Notes: Betty is absent in this episode.
|9||9||"The Engagement Ring"||Don Patterson.||November 25, 1960|
|Barney decides to surprise Betty with a belated engagement ring, which he gives to Fred for safekeeping. But Wilma discovers the ring and assumes it is a gift for her. Not wanting to shatter her illusions, Fred decides to buy a second ring, but doesn't have the cash. He cons Barney into going several rounds with a boxing champ in order to win a $500 prize. Frank Nelson provides the voice of the "Buddy-Buddy Jewelers" manager; Bill Thompson is a customer.|
|10||10||"Hollyrock, Here I Come"||George Nicholas.||December 2, 1960|
|Wilma and Betty win a trip to Hollyrock from a television contest. Finding themselves lonely and bored, Fred and Barney take vacations from work and follow them out. When Wilma is "discovered," Fred muscles his own way into the world of television to bring her back. Jerry Mann does the voice of the TV director.|
|11||11||"The Golf Champion"||Carlo Vinci.||December 9, 1960|
|Fred's victory in The Loyal Order of Dinosaurs golf tournament is soured when club president Barney withholds his trophy for nonpayment of club dues. Fred retaliates by demanding that Barney return every item he has borrowed over the years. The stalemate continues until Wilma and Betty manage to bring their husbands back together — again. Note: This episode marks the first time, John Stephenson provided voices for The Flintstones; he is The Golf commentator, Joe Rockhead and Left Foot Charlie.|
|12||12||"The Sweepstakes Ticket"||Dick Lundy.||December 16, 1960|
|Barney hides the sweepstakes ticket he and Fred have bought in the lining of an old coat, which Betty subsequently gives to a passing hobo. While the boys try to recover the ticket, convinced it is the winning one, Wilma and Betty have their own winning ticket stashed away at the Rubbles' house.|
|13||13||"The Drive-in"||Ed Love.||December 23, 1960|
|Fed up with their jobs, Fred and Barney secretly plan to buy a drive-in restaurant, but then Fred has to deal with a suspicious Wilma, who wants to know why two young girls (carhops seeking jobs) are calling for him, and what the messages regarding two tons of dino-burger meat mean. This episode contains the song "Burger on a Bun (The Car Hop Song)," sung by two waitresses; when they phone Fred at home, he humorously tells Wilma that they're "Charlie" and "Irving." Ginny Tyler voices one of the carhops while Nancy Wible voices the other.|
|14||14||"The Prowler"||George Nicholas, Kenneth Muse.||December 30, 1960|
|With a prowler on the loose in Bedrock, Betty decides to take judo lessons to protect herself. When Wilma wants to take lessons also, Fred ridicules the idea, arguing that one glimpse of a prowler would send her running in fear. To prove his point, Fred poses as the prowler and sneaks into the Rubble household, on the same night the real prowler shows up. Note: In the third season episode, "The Kissing Burglar" is loosely based on this episode.|
|15||15||"The Girls' Night Out"||Don Patterson.||January 6, 1961|
|Fred and Barney decide to treat their wives to a night out, at an amusement park. Fred cuts a song at a recording booth as a souvenir but accidentally misplaces the record. It is later discovered by a group of teens who pass it along to a DJ, and Fred is suddenly transformed into unwitting rock star "Hi-Fye."|
|16||16||"Arthur Quarry's Dance Class"||Kenneth Muse.||January 13, 1961|
|Fred and Barney sign up for dance lessons at Arthur Quarry's so that they do not humiliate themselves at the charity ball. Their excuse that they have joined the volunteer fire department falls apart when Betty and Wilma realize that the all-stone town of Bedrock is fireproof. The wives then suspect that their husbands are slipping out to meet other women.|
|17||17||"The Big Bank Robbery"||Don Patterson.||January 20, 1961|
|When Fred discovers a bag containing $86,000, his dreams of being a wealthy man finally seem to be coming true. But the money has been stolen from the bank, so Wilma and Betty force Fred and Barney to return the money to the bank, and unwittingly set them up as the primary suspects! The wives set a trap for the real culprits and Fred ends up saving the day.|
|18||18||"The Snorkasaurus Hunter"||Ed Love.||January 27, 1961|
|Would-be hunter Fred convinces Wilma and the Rubbles to spend their vacation time in the mountains, hunting for snorkasaurus. Fred is successful in his hunt, but he gets more than he bargained for when the wives insist that the snorkasaurus be taken home as their new pet, Dino. Note: While this episode shows how they got Dino, he appeared previously on "Arthur Quarry's Dance Class", which was being made at around the same time but aired first. Also, Dino appeared earlier on "No Help Wanted."|
|19||19||"The Hot Piano"||George Nicholas.||February 3, 1961|
|To commemorate his 10th wedding anniversary (which he only remembers because it falls on "Trash Day"), Fred wants to buy Wilma a Stoneway piano. He finds a hot deal—ultimately too hot — from a shady, cash-only businessman named "88 Fingers Louie." Daws Butler provides additional voices.|
|20||20||"The Hypnotist"||Ed Love.||February 10, 1961|
|While attempting to demonstrate his skill as a hypnotist to his wife and the Rubbles, Fred manages to hypnotize Barney into thinking that he is a frisky puppy, but is then unable to reverse the trick.|
|21||21||"Love Letters on the Rocks"||Carlo Vinci.||February 17, 1961|
|Jealous Fred's discovery of a love poem that was sent to Wilma prompts him to hire Bedrock's top detective, Perry Gunnite (a parody of Peter Gunn), to find out who the home-wrecking poet is. Gunnite's investigation mistakenly points to Barney. Fred plans revenge against his friend until Wilma reminds her husband that he had written the poem himself many years earlier, during their courtship.|
|22||22||"The Tycoon"||Kenneth Muse.||February 24, 1961|
|When industrial tycoon J.L. Gotrocks decides he wants to rub shoulders with the common people, dead-ringer Fred is hired to fill-in for him in the boardroom. Fred savors his new lifestyle at the country club, but the plan begins to unravel when J.L. demonstrates little tolerance for the common folk. Note: This is the first episode to feature "multiple Freds". A few years later, for example, "King for a Night" would use a similar story line.|
|23||23||"The Astra' Nuts"||Carlo Vinci.||March 3, 1961|
|Thinking they are undergoing an examination for insurance, Fred and Barney mistakenly sign up for a three-year stint in the Army! After a tearful goodbye from their wives, the guys enter into the service, where they quickly blunder their way into volunteering for the first lunar-landing mission—after being conned by a Sgt Bilko-like NCO.|
|24||24||"The Long, Long Weekend"||Kenneth Muse.||March 10, 1961|
|Fred's old friend Gus Gravel (voiced by Willard Waterman) invites the Flintstones and Rubbles to his seaside hotel for an all-expense-paid vacation. However upon arriving, the foursome finds that the hotel's planned "activities" seem more like work, because the entire hotel staff has quit their jobs just prior to the foursome's arrival. Gus finally confesses the truth to his four new guests, adding further bad news in that a huge convention is about to arrive, and Gus needs the Flintstones and Rubbles to stay on and work as hotel staff! Note: This is the first time that the club name "Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes" appears; Fred and Barney, who have previously been members of "The Loyal Order of Dinosaurs," are now members of the Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes.|
|25||25||"In the Dough"||Kenneth Muse.||March 17, 1961|
|Wilma and Betty are finalists in a television bake-off, but on the eve of the event, they contract measles. Donning full drag—including wigs, dresses, and plucked-out eyebrows—Fred and Barney take their places in the contest to prepare their "Upside-Down Flint/Rubble Bubble Cake," but one of the guys' carelessness (specifically (and accidentally) using the wrong flour brand) could jeopardize the win of the grand prize.|
|26||26||"The Good Scout"||Dick Lundy, George Nicholas, Carlo Vinci.||March 24, 1961|
|Assuming the command of a Boy Scout troop, Fred quickly learns the hazards of a "routine" camping trip. Fred blunders his way through until an overnight flood leaves him and the troop hanging on a tree limb over a treacherous waterfall, hoping a ranger will rescue them. Later, the scouts give him a reward. Lucille Bliss is one of the scouts' voices.|
|27||27||"Rooms for Rent"||Willam Keil, Carlo Vinci, Don Patterson, Dick Lundy, Kenneth Muse.||March 31, 1961|
|Tired of hearing their husbands complain about finances, Wilma and Betty rent rooms to student musicians. Fred and Barney go along with the arrangement, unaware that their wives are providing the lodging in return for music and dancing lessons. Daws Butler is one of the students.|
|28||28||"Fred Flintstone: Before and After"||Carlo Vinci, Kenneth Muse, Don Patterson, George Nicholas, William Keil.||April 7, 1961|
|Fred agrees to appear in a before-and-after weight reduction commercial, but is humiliated to learn that he is the before example. An offer of $1,000 if he can drop 25 lbs. in a month fails miserably, as does every other diet plan, until an overeaters group, "Food Anonymous," takes him on as a challenge. When he finally loses the weight, the overeaters group still will not let him go back to his old ways. Bern Bennett is the emcee's voice.|
Season 2 (1961–1962)
|#||Total||Title||Animated by||Original air date|
|1||29||"The Hit Songwriters"||George Nicholas, William Keil.||September 15, 1961|
|Taking their cue from the book "There's Loot in Lyrics," Fred and Barney pen a song with the help of a scammer who plagiarizes Hoagy Carmichael's "Stardust". When they unwittingly play this song for Hoagy and his agent, the agent throws them out of his office, but Hoagy forgives the two and after finding a poem Barney wrote, he puts the poem to music and invites the Flintstones and Rubbles to a special dinner where the song is performed. Note: Daws Butler is the voice of Barney in this episode and in Season 2 episodes 2, 5, 6, and 9 (series episodes 30, 33, 34, and 37). Special guest-star Hoagy Carmichael appears as himself and actually wrote the song "Yabba-Dabba-Dabba-Dabba-Doo" for this episode.|
|2||30||"Droop-Along Flintstone"||Kenneth Muse, Carlo Vinci, George Nicholas.||September 22, 1961|
|The Flintstones and Rubbles take care of Cousin Tumbleweed's ranch and come to enjoy being out west. They then "bust a bronco," get lost, and accidentally stumble into a filming of a western but think they are in the middle of being robbed. Note: Daws Butler is the voice of Barney in this episode, his second.|
|3||31||"The Missing Bus"||Kenneth Muse.||September 29, 1961|
|Fred becomes a school bus driver on the Bedrock to Red Rock route.|
|4||32||"Alvin Brickrock Presents"||William Keil, George Nicholas.||October 6, 1961|
|Fred, reading too many excerpts from Arnold the newsboy's detective magazine, suspects his neighbor has killed his wife. Elliott Field plays Alvin Brickrock, a character based on Alfred Hitchcock. The episode is full of hysterical sight gags. Humorously, when Barney finds a mummy and Alvin tells him, "This is my mummy; she's two thousand years old," Barney responds, "How do you do, ma'am? Happy birthday!"|
|5||33||"Fred Flintstone Woos Again"||Kenneth Muse, Ed Aardal.||October 13, 1961|
|In an episode that smacks suspiciously similar to an I Love Lucy episode about a decade (or less) earlier, Fred takes Wilma on a second honeymoon, only to find out that the judge who originally married them was unlicensed. Wilma tries to play hard-to-get because she is unhappy with the way Fred has been acting recently. But in the end, they find out that they were properly married after all and that it was a (not-very-funny-to-them) practical joke. Note: Daws Butler is the voice of Barney and the vocal effects of Dino in this episode, his third. Frank Nelson guest-stars as the hotel desk clerk.|
|6||34||"The Rock Quarry Story"||Carlo Vinci.||October 20, 1961|
|Rock Quarry, tired of Hollyrock, moves to Bedrock. Wilma and Betty know immediately that he is Rock Quarry, while Fred and Barney continue to believe that he is going by his alias, 'Gus Schultz.' In the end, Wilma and Betty discover that Gus is really Rock Quarry and they put Fred and Barney in The Flintstones' pool. The next day, Wilma and Betty meets another star: Gary Granite and refuse to let him go. Note: Daws Butler is the voice of Barney in this episode, his fourth.|
|7||35||"The Soft Touchables"||Dick Lundy, Irv Spence, Don Williams.
Uncredited: George Nicholas.
|October 27, 1961|
|Fred and Barney become very unsuccessful detectives unable to catch anyone doing wrong, but wind up getting in trouble both with the law and some real criminals who try to murder Fred and Barney.|
|8||36||"Flintstone of Prinstone"||Don Patterson.||November 3, 1961|
|Fred goes to Prinstone University's night classes to impress his boss into giving him a raise but he winds up a star player on Prinstone's football team.|
|9||37||"The Little White Lie"||Ed Love.||November 10, 1961|
|Fred lies to Wilma about going to a poker game after she finds extra money on him, and he goes through great lengths not to get caught in a lie. Note: Daws Butler is the voice of Barney in this episode for the fifth and final time. Sandra Gould guest stars as "Daisy Kilgranite."|
|10||38||"Social Climbers"||Don Patterson.
Uncredited: Preston Blair.
|November 17, 1961|
|Wilma and Betty get tickets to an exclusive and prestigious social event. Fred and Barney go to charm school in order to prepare for this event.|
|11||39||"The Beauty Contest"||Robert Bentley.||December 1, 1961|
|Fred and Barney are appointed judges for the Water Buffalo beauty contest. The job becomes tougher than they thought.|
|12||40||"The Masquerade Ball"||Jack Carr.||December 8, 1961|
|Fred buys tickets to a costume ball from his boss. At the ball, he mistakes his boss for another guest — with funny-yet-disastrous results.|
|13||41||"The Picnic"||Bob Carr, Hicks Lokey, George Goepper.||December 15, 1961|
|Fred dumps Barney as his partner at the lodge picnic, but causes resentment and hurt feelings from Barney and irritates new partner Joe Rockhead to no end.|
|14||42||"The House Guest"||Laverne Harding.||December 22, 1961|
|The Rubbles are forced to move in with Fred and Wilma while a plumber fixes Fred's "repair job," which did far more harm than the Rubbles' original problem. What began as a simple leak ends up becoming a very major, week-long plumbing job. During the Rubbles' stay, Barney causes so many problems for Fred that he finally loses his patience and blows his top with Barney. Meanwhile, Wilma is angry at Betty and begins to fight with her. After Fred and Barney overhear Wilma and Betty fighting, they stop fighting, make up, and get the wives to also make up, leaving everything correct again between both the Flintstones and the Rubbles.|
|15||43||"The X-Ray Story"||George Nicholas, William Keil.||December 29, 1961|
|Dino's x-rays are mistaken for Fred's. As a result, Wilma, Betty, and Barney think Fred has the illness Dino has ("dinopeptitis"). This causes them to keep Fred awake for 24 hours straight and take a trip to the roller skating rink, where Fred falls asleep on his skates despite having twenty or thirty cups of coffee.|
|16||44||"The Gambler"||George Nicholas, William Keil.||January 5, 1962|
|Fred's compulsive gambling returns, and he loses his furniture and TV set to his arch-nemesis, Arnold the paperboy.|
|17||45||"A Star is Almost Born"||Ed Aardal, Jack Carr.||January 12, 1962|
|Wilma and Betty stumble upon a groupie hangout to hopefully land a role in a movie and they wind up being hired to do a commercial. Frank Nelson guest-stars as "Norman Rockbind."|
|18||46||"The Entertainer"||Dick Lundy.||January 19, 1962|
|To please his boss (and possibly be promoted), Fred agrees to entertain a woman named Greta Gravel (voiced by Paula Winslowe) by taking her out for a few nights. But nothing goes easily in Fred's world, and Greta runs into Wilma, who shows up at the same restaurant with Barney and Betty. As Fred's bad luck would have it, Wilma and Greta were high school classmates. Fred can't be seen out with another woman (especially by his wife!), nor can he abandon his boss' business client. What is a hopefully upwardly-mobile prehistoric caveman to do?|
|19||47||"Wilma's Vanishing Money"||Ken Southworth, Dick Lundy.||January 26, 1962|
|Fred steals Wilma's money to buy a bowling ball, while Wilma thinks it's a burglar who stole it. She, meanwhile, was planning to use the money to buy Fred that ball he wanted for his birthday. Herschel Bernardi guest-stars as the burglar.|
|20||48||"Feudin' and Fussin'"||William Keil, George Nicholas.||February 2, 1962|
|Fred calls Barney stupid ("Okay, I'm sorry you're stupid!") after he learns his Saturday Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes golf game was cancelled and won't apologize. Betty and Barney have plans to move away from Fred and Wilma and leave them all alone while a rich Texan is interested into buying their home. Will Barney and Fred ever be friends (and neighbors) again?|
|21||49||"Impractical Joker"||Harvey Toombs, Dick Lundy.||February 9, 1962|
|Barney gets even with Fred because of his practical jokes he's been pulling on him from time after time, so Barney pretends to be a counterfeiter in his basement with his $500 bills of money he won in a slogan contest and Fred thinks the money is fake and will land him in jail. Meanwhile, Wilma and Betty try to cure the both of them of their practical jokes.|
|22||50||"Operation: Barney"||Don Patterson.||February 16, 1962|
|Fred and Barney play hooky from work to see a ball game, but plans are foiled when Barney must report to his company's nurse, who, after Fred fixes it so Barney's condition looks "serious," is alarmed enough to send him to the hospital. The hospital sequence is extremely funny, beginning with the arrival of a bespectacled Viennese specialist, Dr. Schliprock, whom Fred and Barney lead into a broom closet so that Fred can take his place. Fred's "operation" on Barney principally takes the form of applying a wrench to his nose and twisting with all his might, after which the patient's body temperature is, incredibly, normal. After finally escaping from the hospital, it's discovered that the ball game was actually scheduled for that evening – not that afternoon, as the guys had thought – and that Barney's boss had tickets for Fred and Barney to go. But because Barney was "sick," he gave the tickets away to someone else.|
|23||51||"The Happy Household"||Ed Aardal, Jack Carr.||February 23, 1962|
Wilma gets a role on the TV reality show "The Happy Housewife" produced by one Mr. Rockenspiel, thereby neglecting Fred's needs. Wilma's performance is signaled by the theme song, "Make your hubby hoppy // keep your hubby happy // when he's a little chubby // he's the happy pappy //with Rockenspiel!"Paul Frees provides several voices in this episode.
|24||52||"Fred Strikes Out"||William Keil, George Nicholas.||March 2, 1962|
|Fred has a bowling match on the night of the anniversary of Wilma accepting his marriage proposal, so he attempts to take her out at the same time he goes bowling.|
|25||53||"This is Your Lifesaver"||John Boersema.||March 9, 1962|
|Fred and Barney "save the life" of an indigent person and now are stuck taking care of him. Walker Edmiston guest stars as "J. Montague Gypsum."|
|26||54||"Trouble-in-Law"||Carlo Vinci, Kenneth Muse.||March 16, 1962|
|Fred's mother-in-law comes for a long and difficult visit. Fred, meanwhile, tries to find a way to get rid of her. Notes: Verna Felton makes her first guest appearance as "Mrs. Slaghoople." This episode was animated by the great Carlo Vinci (and not by Kenneth Muse). Correction: This part was animated by Kenneth Muse in a teaser preview before the opening until the middle of the body of an episode.|
|27||55||"The Mailman Cometh"||Don Patterson.||March 23, 1962|
|After Fred thinks he's been singled out for not receiving his annual raise, he mails his boss, Mr. Slate, a virulent letter. But then Slate visits the Flintstone residence to personally apologize for the inadvertent error and announces to Wilma that Fred is, indeed, getting his raise. Wilma, as usual, comes to her husband's aid and very narrowly prevents what surely would have been the end of Fred's career in the gravel pit. Herb Vigran guest-stars as the policeman.|
|28||56||"The Rock Vegas Story"||Jack Carr, Kenneth Muse.||March 30, 1962|
|After Fred's old friend Sherman extends an invitation to visit his hotel/casino, the Flintstones and the Rubbles head off to Rock Vegas. But before they even get the chance to check in, Fred has already gambled all of the foursome's money away. But Sherman invites them to stay on at the hotel by working off their charges.|
|29||57||"Divided We Sail"||Kenneth Muse, Jerry Hathcock.
Uncredited: Dick Lundy.
|April 6, 1962|
|Barney is a contestant on a TV game show, The Prize is Priced (a takeoff on The Price is Right). He wins a houseboat (winning bid: "Two cents"), and everyone goes on a disastrous cruise where a sea serpent takes the roast and pulls the boat way off shore; the boat drifts off, hits a rock, and finally sinks.|
|30||58||"Kleptomaniac Caper"||William Keil, George Nicholas, Don Patterson.||April 13, 1962|
|Fred mistakenly thinks Barney is a kleptomaniac. Herb Vigran guest-stars as a police detective.|
|31||59||"Latin Lover"||Jerry Hathcock.||April 20, 1962|
|After watching an Italian movie on TV, Wilma convinces Fred to adopt a "Latin lover" image. She soon becomes (erroneously) convinced that other women are after Fred because of his suave image, however, and convinces him to go back to being the same old Fred.|
|32||60||"Take Me Out to the Ball Game"||Kenneth Muse, Jerry Hathcock.||April 27, 1962|
|Barney becomes a baseball coach to a bunch of boys while Fred becomes an umpire with near disastrous results.|
Season 3 (1962–1963)
|#||Total||Title||Animated by||Original air date|
|1||61||"Dino Goes Hollyrock"||George Nicholas, William Keil, Jerry Hathcock, Dick Lundy.
Uncredited: George Goepper, Harry Holt.
|September 14, 1962|
|Dino becomes a star on the TV show "Sassie," while Fred is hoping to cash in on dear Dino's success. In the end Fred gets sad and decides to take Dino Back. Herschel Bernardi is the voice of the agent. Note: All the episodes were made in color, but this was the first to originally air in color. This plus "Fred's New Boss" were actually the last 2 episodes of Season 2 but they mistakenly put the last 2 episodes of Season 2 on the Season 3 DVD box set and then the actual season 3 episodes.|
|2||62||"Fred's New Boss"||Carlo Vinci, Don Patterson, Kenneth Muse, Ed Aardal.||September 21, 1962|
|Barney gets laid off and Fred gets him a job at the quarry. Barney then gets promoted to Fred's boss. Barney returns to his old job when he gets called back. Note: This was the last episode to use the "Rise and Shine" opening and end credits.|
|3||63||"Invisible Barney (aka Barney the Invisible)"||Ed Aardel, George Goepper, George Nicholas, Kenneth Muse.||September 28, 1962|
|Fred is back to making inventions in his garage, and when he tries to cure Barney's hiccups with a potion, Barney not only loses his hiccups, but also becomes invisible! Disaster ensues. Notes: Howard McNear voices the doctor. This is the first episode to employ the familiar "Meet the Flintstones" theme song opening and end credits.|
|4||64||"Bowling Ballet (aka Rush-in Ballet)"||George Nicholas, Carlo Vinci, George Goepper, Ed Aardel.||October 5, 1962|
|Fred has a problem with bowling and takes ballet lessons to regain his skills for a big tournament.|
|5||65||"The Twitch"||Kenneth Muse, Jerry Hathcock.||October 12, 1962|
|Fred gets pop star "Rock Roll" (an obvious Elvis parody) to perform at Wilma's women's club function. Rock is known for his song that begins, "There's a place I know // where the hipsters go // called BED-rock // twist, twist." When Rock suffers laryngitis pursuant to an allergic reaction and cannot perform, Fred comes to the rescue by donning Rock's costume and lip-synching to his hit record.|
|6||66||"Here's Snow in Your Eyes (aka Here's Snow in Your Face)"||Edwin Aardal, Dick Lundy, Bill Keil, George Goepper.||October 19, 1962|
|Fred and Barney go on a ski trip and tell Wilma and Betty to stay home. Jealous, Wilma and Betty secretly follow them on their trip, during which the two men inadvertently catch a trio of jewel thieves. Wilma and Betty make it home before them but suspiciously have colds, but when Fred and Barney offer to take them out, the wives decline and tell the guys they'd rather stay home after all.|
|7||67||"The Buffalo Convention"||Bill Keil, Jerry Hathcock, Kenneth Muse, George Goepper.
Uncredited: Dick Lundy.
|October 26, 1962|
|Fred, Barney, and the other members of the Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes are informed that they'll be going to Frantic City for a convention for three days — without the wives. Their wives are lulled into agreement by a phony "doctor" (in actuality, a plumber who belongs to the lodge) who convinces them that their husbands need an out-of-town break for a few days. Meanwhile, Fred buys a talking dodo bird named Doozy for Wilma. Naturally, once the boys leave, Doozy side-splittingly informs Wilma about the husbands' entire itinerary—regurgitating bits of others' conversation, like our modern pet parrots, to wit, "Frantic City, Frantic City! Raaaaack! Convention! Raaaaack! Doctor is a plumber!"—so Wilma and Betty and the other water Buffalo wives follow them to Frantic City. Once Mrs. Flintstone and Mrs. Rubble and the other wives see the beauties that have exited the cake, the beauties are attacked by the wives and are chased out of the convention hall by them. When Fred and Barney are chosen to open the cake, they are unpleasantly surprised to find two very familiar, raging-mad women awaiting them!|
|8||68||"The Little Stranger (aka The Little Visitor)"||George Nicholas, Hugh Fraser, Carlo Vinci, Kenneth Muse.
Uncredited: Bill Keil.
|November 2, 1962|
|Fred overhears portions of a conversation that Wilma and Betty have about taking in a little visitor and stranger and Fred thinks Wilma is having a baby. He asks his mother-in-law to stay to help Wilma with the arrival of their baby. But, to Fred's chagrin, the "little visitor" turns out to be the Flintstones' paperboy, Arnold, and one of the sources of much of Fred's anger and frustration. Verna Felton returns to voice Wilma's mother, Mrs. Slaghoople.|
|9||69||"Baby Barney"||Edwin Aardal, Ed Parks, Jack Ozark, Dick Lundy.
Uncredited: Hugh Fraser.
|November 9, 1962|
|Fred's rich Uncle Tex is coming for a visit, and to stay on Tex's short list of inheriting his uncle's money, Fred had told Tex that he had a baby boy and named him after his uncle. What to do in a hurry? Barney to the rescue! Another episode where Fred mistakenly thinks Wilma is having a baby - he finds a bootie that Wilma is knitting for Betty's sister's baby at the end of the episode.|
|10||70||"Hawaiian Escapade"||Ralph Somerville, Emil Carle, Ed Parks, Amby Paliwoda.
Uncredited: Jack Carr, Harry Holt, George Goepper.
|November 16, 1962|
|Fred wins a contest to go to Hawaii to be on a TV show ("Hawaiian Spy," a topical reference to ABC's Hawaiian Eye). He is given a role as a stunt double for star "Larry Lava", but it's Wilma that turns out to be the big star instead.|
|11||71||"Ladies Day"||Don Patterson, Ralph Sommerville, Emil Carle, Hugh Fraser.
Uncredited: Bill Keil, Jack Carr.
|November 23, 1962|
|Fred dresses up as a woman just to see a baseball game with Barney, due to their mutual lack of money.|
|12||72||"Nuthin' But the Tooth"||Ed Love, Carlo Vinci, Don Patterson, Dick Lundy.||November 30, 1962|
|Barney has a toothache, so in order to have enough money for a boxing match featuring Heavyweight Champion of the World Floyd Patterstone (Floyd Patterson), Fred takes Barney to a veterinary dentist instead of one for prehistoric humans. But due to the dentist's long telephone call from his wife and Barney's continued exposure to anesthetic gases during the phone call, Barney floats out of the dentist's office. A panicked Fred tries to follow Barney to bring him down, but soon both are flying high above Bedrock. There is one advantage, however: they watch the fight from up in the air for free.|
|13||73||"High School Fred"||Bob Carr, Harry Holt, Ed Parks, Don Patterson.||December 7, 1962|
|In order to keep his job, Fred must return to High School in order to earn his diploma he was unable to earn years before and winds up making friends with the kids in the school. In the end he gets the diploma and is exhausted stating, "Only the young can take high school". Howard Morris provides additional voices in this episode and the next three episodes.|
|14||74||"Dial 'S' for Suspicion"||Emil Carle, Ralph Somerville, Amby Paliwoda, Chuck Harriton.
Uncredited: Ed Parks.
|December 14, 1962|
|A spoof of the novel and movie Dial M for Murder. When Fred sees Wilma reading a novel, he worries that she is planning on murdering him to collect life insurance money after a few near accidents.|
|15||75||"Flashgun Freddie"||Ed Parks, Ed Love, Carlo Vinci, Hugh Fraser.||December 21, 1962|
|Fred and Barney take up photography as a hobby during their vacation from work with disastrous results.|
|16||76||"The Kissing Burglar"||Harry Holt, Don Patterson, Bob Carr.
Uncredited: Ed Parks.
|January 4, 1963|
|A romantic burglar is targeting Fred's neighborhood and befriends Wilma before getting caught. Note: This has some similarities to the season one episode "The Prowler".|
|17||77||"Wilma the Maid"||Ralph Somerville, Emil Carle, Allen Wilzbach, Ed Parks.||January 11, 1963|
|In order to impress his boss, Fred bites the bullet and decides to hire a maid in order to make his boss a nice dinner. Only the maid quits and Wilma poses as the maid in disguise. All is forgiven after disastrous results and Fred gets his raise.|
|18||78||"The Hero"||Edwin Aardal, Bob Carr, Hicks Lokey, Ralph Somerville.
Uncredited: Dick Lundy, Allen Wilzbach.
|January 18, 1963|
|Barney saves a baby's life when a runaway carriage rides by, but when he hands Fred the baby before the newspaper reporters and police arrive, Fred takes the credit. Fred then fights with his somewhat nasty conscience for taking credit as a hero, being Barney the real hero. After feeling guilty, he comes clean and confesses that Barney is the actual hero.|
|19||79||"The Surprise"||Dick Lundy, Edwin Aardal, Chuck Harriton, Allen Wilzbach.||January 25, 1963|
|The title of this episode has nothing to do with the plot but the tail ending, when it's established that the Flintstones will be having a baby. The plot actually begins when Fred resents Barney spending so much time taking care of his nephew Marblehead to the point their friendship nearly ends a few times. Then at the end of the show Wilma informs Fred that they are now expecting their own child. Fred is surprisingly happy to hear it. Note: This is slightly based on season one's "The Baby Sitters", which is episode 7.|
|20||80||"Mother-in-Law's Visit"||Don Patterson, Emil Carle, Ed Love, Bob Carr.||February 1, 1963|
|Mother-in-law visits to help get Wilma ready for the new baby and Fred is miserable. Fred takes a job as a cab driver in disguise and makes all his money for a night driving his mother-in-law around and she finds out in the end and beats him up. Verna Felton is "Mrs. Slaghoople". Note: Just like in "The Flintstone Flyer", Barney gives away the disguise.|
|21||81||"Foxy Grandma"||Ed Parks, Ed Love, Harry Holt.||February 8, 1963|
|After his mother-in-law leaves, Fred goes through three housekeepers and finally finds an elderly lady that he is happy with. This sweet old lady turns out to be bank robber Grandma Dynamite. In the end Fred's mother-in-law returns only to be mistaken for Grandma Dynamite. June Foray, who provided Betty's voice in the series' original unaired pilot, is "Grandma"; Verna Felton is "Mrs. Slaghoople".|
|22||82||"Fred's New Job"||Harry Holt, Hicks Lokey, Ralph Somerville, Emil Carle.
Uncredited: Ed Parks.
|February 15, 1963|
|Fred needs a raise in order to pay the expenses related to having a new baby arrive. He wants to ask the boss for a raise, but Mr. Slate puts on an act in front of Fred where he pretends to fire another employee for asking. Fred gets fired "for his own good" anyway after Barney dresses up as another employer and states that he wants to hire Fred for twice the money Mr. Slate is paying. Fred then goes through several jobs. After being unable to function at the quarry, Mr. Slate finds Fred and hires him back for a big raise.|
|23||83||"The Dress Rehearsal (aka Blessed Event)"||Edwin Aardal, Allen Wilzbach, Chuck Harriton, Dick Lundy.
Uncredited: Don Patterson.
|February 22, 1963|
In order to prepare for the new baby, Fred and Barney rehearse taking Wilma to the hospital. Then the real thing happens and Wilma gives birth to a baby girl and names her Pebbles. Notes: Caricatures of "Dr. Ben Casey" and "Dr. Zorba" make a brief appearance (and appear again, in the fifth season episode "Monster Fred") with different voice actors.Prior to this episode being aired, the network hosted the "Name the Flintstone Baby Contest". The contest promised the winner an all expense paid trip to the "Flintstone Studio" where the animation was done. The contest winner was: ??????
|24||84||"Carry on, Nurse Fred"||Ed Love, Fred Wolf, Ed Parks, Hicks Lokey.||March 1, 1963|
|Fred has a tough time with the nurse that his mother-in-law sends (and as Fred says, resembles Mother in Law) to help Wilma with caring for the newborn baby, Pebbles. Fred fires her and takes over, but fails miserably. In the end, the nurse does return.|
|25||85||"Ventriloquist Barney"||Don Patterson, Harry Holt, Ralph Somerville, Hicks Lokey.
Uncredited: Ed Parks.
|March 8, 1963|
|Fred gets mad with Barney's ventriloquist joke he pulled on him that Pebbles could speak. Later, Barney comes over and calls a truce with him and he get himself and Fred tickets to a big wrestling match, so Fred calls a babysitter to watch Pebbles, but she comes over and parties instead of baby-sitting Pebbles. So Barney suggests that he and Fred sneak off with Pebbles to the big wrestling match that Wilma and Betty are watching on television.|
|26||86||"The Big Move"||Edwin Aardal, Allen Wilzbach, Ed Love, Chuck Harriton.||March 22, 1963|
|Fred moves the family to an upper class neighborhood to improve Pebbles' life. But in the end, Fred finds that Pebbles has the best simply by moving back to their old place.|
|27||87||"Swedish Visitors"||Don Patterson, Ed Parks, Dick Lundy, Jerry Hathcock.
Uncredited: Ed Aardal, Kenneth Muse, Bill Keil, George Nicholas, Chuck Harriton, George Goepper.
|March 29, 1963|
|Wilma borrows money from a bank account and in order to get it back, she rents the Flintstones' house to some Swedish musicians without Fred's knowledge while they take a camping trip. When Fred drives a sleeping Wilma and Pebbles back home, he finds the Swedish musicians there and he and Barney attempts to get rid of them. Notes: Yogi Bear (voiced by Daws Butler) and Boo-Boo makes a cameo appearance. The Swedish singer Owe Thörnqvist provides guest vocals and performs his song "Wilma".|
|28||88||"The Birthday Party"||Ed Love.||April 5, 1963|
|Fred says that he "doesn't want a birthday surprise party", though he really does. Barney's duty is to get him away of the real surprise party until everything is ready to occur. Note: This episode indeed airs as episode 88, but it was made prior to episodes 79-87. Episodes 79-87 are all about the coming of Pebbles, their baby. In this episode, it is stated that Fred and Wilma still have no children.|
Season 4 (1963–1964)
|#||Total||Title||Animated by||Original air date|
|1||89||"Ann-Margrock Presents"||Hugh Fraser, Carlo Vinci, Edwin Aardal, Don Patterson.
Uncredited: Bill Keil, George Nicholas, Dick Lundy.
|September 19, 1963|
Ann-Margrock (special guest star Ann-Margret, providing her own voice) comes to town for a big concert and stays with the Flintstones, who do not know who she is. After a few tries Fred and Barney both get on the Ann-Margrock Show. Notes: This is the first episode that uses an opening scene as a teaser before the opening song. About half the episodes would begin this way while the rest would still use a preview as the teaser.In addition, this season, ABC moved the series from Fridays to Thursday nights.
|2||90||"Groom Gloom"||Edwin Aardal, Jerry Hathcock.||September 26, 1963|
|Arnold the paper boy continues to annoy Fred as he is playing with Pebbles. He jokes that they will get married when they grow up. Fred then has a bad dream that Arnold grows up, becomes the local hero, takes his job at the quarry, his pride as a pool player and bowler, his friendship with Barney, and of course, marries Pebbles. Notes: Janet Waldo guest stars as the teen-aged Pebbles. On this episode, the teaser is a preview of the episode.|
|3||91||"Little Bamm Bamm"||Kenneth Muse, George Goepper, Jerry Hathcock.||October 3, 1963|
|Fred kicks Barney and Betty out of the Flintstones' home and they want a baby badly and wish upon a falling star and the next morning a baby boy is found in a basket on their door step. He was named Bamm Bamm and he turns out to be the strongest baby in the world. Barney and Betty then take steps to legally adopt him. After almost being turned down, they are given the baby. Notes: This was the 91st episode to air, but produced after the 8 episodes airing after it, explaining why Bamm Bamm would never again appear in the body of the episode until the next one. On this episode, the teaser is the opening scene.|
|4||92||"Dino Disappears"||George Goepper, Kenneth Muse.||October 10, 1963|
|Fred mistakenly forgets Dino's birthday, but gets gifts for Pebbles. Dino gets jealous and Fred drags Dino outside. The next day, Dino is missing. The Flintstones start crying when Dino means so much to them because he disappeared. Even Barney comes in and starts crying. Fred and Barney goes and searches for Dino, and they think he's been kidnapped by a man and according to the man, his name is "Rocky" and he is a stunt/dancing animal and they plan to get him back. Later at night, Fred and Barney takes "Rocky" and are chased by cops and they wind up in court and the real Dino pops up in court while being chased by dogcatchers and everything is back to normal, except Fred has to stay in Dino's doghouse after saying he'll sleep in his doghouse for a week if that Dino was not The Flintstones' right pet. Notes: "Little Bamm Bamm" originally aired prior to this and the next eight episodes, but it was made. On a couple occasions over the next eight episodes, it is mentioned that Betty and Barney have no children. Bamm Bamm would make an appearance in the opening scene teaser on episode 99 (Kleptomaniac Pebbles). The teaser on this episode is an opening scene.|
|5||93||"Fred's Monkeyshines"||Hugh Fraser, Carlo Vinci.||October 17, 1963|
|Fred gets eyeglasses and takes the wrong ones. He then mistakes a monkey for Pebbles at the circus. The teaser reverts to a preview on this episode.|
|6||94||"The Flintstone Canaries"||Bill Keil, Dick Lundy.||October 24, 1963|
|Fred and Barney enter a singing contest as the Flintstone Canaries on the "Hum Along with Herman Show". Notes: Howard Morris guest stars as "Hum-Along Herman". This episode is a spoof of the then-popular NBC TV series Sing Along With Mitch, starring Mitch Miller. This was the first episode to feature Barney, Betty and Bamm-Bamm in the opening and the closing credits.|
|7||95||"Glue for Two"||Fred Wolf, George Nicholas.||October 31, 1963|
Fred and Barney get glued together on Barney's new bowling ball and they have a tough time getting unglued when Fred invents strong super glue. The teaser reverts to a preview of the episode.Note: Yogi Bear is mentioned in this episode.
|8||96||"Big League Freddie"||George Goepper, Kenneth Muse.||November 7, 1963|
|Fred tries out for a Major League Baseball team. Fred is injured during his tryout while his friend Roger Marble (an animated caricature of Roger Maris) takes over for him. When Roger is picked, he is mistaken for Fred who after much pressure comes clean.|
|9||97||"Old Lady Betty"||Hugh Fraser, Carlo Vinci, Don Patterson.||November 14, 1963|
|Betty gets a part-time job to earn money enough to get Barney a rocking chair. She runs errands for someone who she thinks is an elderly lady. So Betty disguises herself as an elderly lady as well with Wilma's help. The elderly lady, however is actually a counterfeiter and sends Betty to the store to buy small purchases with fake 100 dollar bills in order to get authentic money. Fred, Barney, and Wilma find out and help Betty get the counterfeiters captured.|
|10||98||"Sleep on Sweet Fred"||Edwin Aardal, Jerry Hathcock.||November 21, 1963|
|Wilma and Betty start to hypnotize Fred and Barney, while they sleep, in order to get lavish gifts and nicer treatment from them. They are inadvertently overheard by Fred and Barney and their plan backfires when Fred and Barney pretend to make plans to steal from a store to give Wilma and Betty mink coats. When Wilma and Betty go after them with Pebbles, she (Pebbles) accidentally breaks a window and almost gets them all thrown in jail. Notes: Howard Morris provides several voices. Aired the evening before the assassination of President Kennedy.|
|11||99||"Kleptomaniac Pebbles"||Dick Lundy, Bill Keil.||November 28, 1963|
|Pebbles quietly takes things from various stores. But at a jewelry store, Baffles Gravel alias "Lightfingers Leo" a real thief plants a diamond necklace in Pebbles' carriage and Fred thinks Pebbles stole that as well. Notes: Bamm Bamm makes an appearance in the teaser which is an opening scene but it had nothing to do with the plot of the episode. Daws Butler provides additional voices. This is the second time that Betty is absent in a episode. The other being a Season 1 episode: "At the Races." In a Season 6 episode, she will be absent in the episode "Jealousy." This episode was dedicated to the memory of the late President John F. Kennedy.|
|12||100||"Daddy's Little Beauty"||George Nicholas, Don Patterson, Ed Parks.
Uncredited: Jerry Hathcock.
|December 5, 1963|
|Fred believes he enters Pebbles in a beauty contest for babies when he actually enters her in a beauty contest for young women. He even hides it from Wilma after she refuses to allow Pebbles to enter a beauty contest she also thinks is for babies. Fred indeed enters Pebbles after some hassle not expecting Wilma to see the contest on television. Pebbles does win the contest as "Miss Beauty of the Future". Daws Butler again provides several voices. The teaser employs a brief scene that should be in the middle of the episode, but it is not.|
|13||101||"Daddies Anonymous"||Carlo Vinci, Hugh Fraser.||December 12, 1963|
|In order to get out of doing weekend housework, Fred and Barney begin taking Pebbles and Bamm Bamm for many walks and eventually join a club playing cards and partying all day on weekends while bringing the babies along. When the wives find out, they have all the men arrested and they land in jail. Note: The teaser employs a brief scene that should be in the middle of the episode, but it is not.|
|14||102||"Peek-a-Boo Camera"||George Goepper, Harvey Toombs, Kenneth Muse, Hicks Lokey.||December 19, 1963|
|Fred, Barney, Betty, and Wilma all enjoy a television show called Peek-A-Boo Camera. Fred and Barney attend a friend's bachelor party, telling the wives he is near death and they are seeing him for the last time. The bachelor party winds up being televised for Peek-A-Boo Camera. When Fred and Barney find out, they try to have their scene cut out so their wives don't see them. (The camera showed them flirting with other women.) The host/producer refuses a "bribe," saying it's much too funny to cut. They then go to great lengths to keep the wives and the whole community from viewing the show by pulling down all the roof-top antennas. Although they prevented everyone from watching the show, the following week it has a few scenes of the bachelor party repeated by popular demand. As a result, Fred and Barney are caught on camera, and flee for "their lives". Notes: The teaser shows a short scene that should be seen in the middle of the episode, but is not contained in the body of the episode. A spoof of Candid Camera.|
|15||103||"Once Upon a Coward"||Hugh Fraser, Carlo Vinci.||December 26, 1963|
|When Fred gets mugged, he starts to think Wilma believes he is a coward. So now Fred plots to nab the mugger. Note: Again, the teaser employs a brief scene that should be in the middle of the episode, but is not.|
|16||104||"Ten Little Flintstones"||Ed Parks, George Nicholas, Hicks Lokey.||January 2, 1964|
|Invaders from outer space make 10 robots that look like Fred. These 10 look-a-likes wreak havoc on Fred, his family, friends, and even his job. Fred catches them in the end, and they flee and return to outer space. The teaser again is a preview of the episode.|
|17||105||"Fred El Terrifico"||Bill Keil, Dick Lundy, Bob Carr, Virgil Ross.||January 9, 1964|
|Fred, Wilma, Betty, and Barney are on a trip to Rockapulco. Fred shows off as a strong hero type. Meanwhile, jewel thieves pretend to befriend Fred in order to frame him for stealing more jewels while in Mexico. Fred does catch them in the end. Note: The teaser shows a short scene that should be in the middle of the body of the episode, but is not.|
|18||106||"The Bedrock Hillbillies (aka The Hatrocks)"||Jerry Hathcock, Harry Holt.||January 16, 1964|
|The Hatrocks are very sad and crying because they think the last of the Flintstones, who they have been in a feud with for the last several hundred years, has died, but soon discover that one Flintstone family is still living. That family of course includes Fred. They send bait to get the Flintstones to come up and visit. Once they do the feud continues until Fred saves Pebbles and the Hatrocks' little boy from harm. But soon after, Fred puts his foot in his mouth and the feud resumes. Notes: The teaser shows a short scene that should be in the middle of the body of the episode but is not. Howard Morris and June Foray guest star as the Hatrocks. The title is a spoof of The Beverly Hillbillies|
|19||107||"Flintstone and the Lion"||Harry Holt, Harvey Toombs, George Goepper.||January 23, 1964|
|On a fishing trip, Fred finds what he thinks is a kitten. He takes this animal home as a pet and it grows into a lion who eats the Flintstones out of house and home. One day, Wilma tells Fred that the lion needs to go, and he trys a couple of ways to get the lion a new home, but his plans backfire. Fred's last chance is calling the city zoo to pick the lion up, but four of the zoo curators think that the lion is dangerous. They fire their guns at Fred and they bring out a female lion and the Flintstones' lion immediately falls in love with her and is sent to the zoo. One night, the lion re-appears with his wife and four kids in the Flintstones' home, parked in front of the T.V. and Wilma tells Fred to call the zoo in the morning. Notes: The teaser again is a preview from the middle of the episode. Yogi Bear is again mentioned in a episode.|
|20||108||"Cave Scout Jamboree"||Carlo Vinci, Hugh Fraser, Hicks Lokey.||January 30, 1964|
|Fred causes a flood at work and is laid off for a week. He decides to take his family and The Rubbles on a camping trip, where a bunch of cave scouts from all around the world are holding a jamboree. When Fred says Dino can't come, he sobs, howls and cries. Then the kids and Wilma starts sobbing and crying, even Barney gets upset with them, while Betty stares. Fred decides to take him along. The families go to "Shangri La-De-Da" valley and finds out that cave scouts and their scoutmaster Mr. Jones are camping out at there and soon joins in on the fun. At night, Fred and Barney sings a song with the cave scouts (including Old Mcdonald had a Farm).|
|21||109||"Room for Two"||George Nicholas, Hicks Lokey, Ed Parks.||February 6, 1964|
|Fred and Barney build a new room onto Fred's house. After a fight, Barney discovers that the room is half on his property. As a result, they still have to share the room and their fighting continues. Bamm Bamm accidentally knocks down the beam holding the room up, causing a collapse. With the room destroyed, the fight ends between the two of them. Notes: The teaser is a preview from the middle of the episode. This is a reworking of "The Golf Champion", episode 11 from 1960.|
|22||110||"Ladies Night at the Lodge"||Bill Keil, Dick Lundy, Bob Carr, Don Williams.||February 13, 1964|
|Wilma and Betty are curious about what goes on at Fred and Barney's Water Buffalo Lodge meetings so they sneak in wearing disguises as men. They endure a painful initiation where they run out of the lodge and get home before Fred and Barney do, vowing to never ask to attend lodge meetings again. Notes: Slightly based on the second episode shown, "Hot Lips Hannigan". The teaser is a preview from the middle of the episode.|
|23||111||"Reel Trouble"||Don Williams, Harry Holt, Edwin Aardal.||February 20, 1964|
|Fred gets into all kinds of trouble when he becomes addicted to taking home movies of Pebbles with his movie camera. He is also addicted to showing these movies.|
|24||112||"Son of Rockzilla"||Don Patterson, Ralph Somerville, Ed Parks, Don Williams.||February 27, 1964|
|A Hollyrock film company goes on location in Bedrock to film its new feature Son of Rockzilla, and Fred is enlisted to play the monster. Notes: This is a reworking of episode #6, "Monster from the Tar Pits". The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|25||113||"Bachelor Daze"||Bill Keil, Dick Lundy, Bob Carr, Virgil Ross.||March 5, 1964|
|The Honeyrock Hotel is being torn down, and converted into a supermarket. The Honeyrock Hotel is where Fred and Barney first met Wilma and Betty when they were working there in the summer as teenagers. Fred and Barney make up that they're millionaires, but Fred and Barney are really bellhops and Wilma and Betty are new waitresses/cigarette girls. Note: Janet Waldo is the voice of "Mrs. Slaghoople".|
|26||114||"Operation Switchover"||Don Williams, Bob Carr, Harry Holt, Hicks Lokey. Uncredited Animator: Edwin Aardal.||March 12, 1964|
|Fred and Wilma trade roles and Fred must clean the house and make appetizers when visitors come to inspect the house for a contest that Wilma has entered. Notes: This was slightly based on episode 25, "In the Dough". This is the final episode where Bea Benaderet does the voice of Betty Rubble. The teaser shows a short scene that should be seen in the middle of the episode, but it is not contained in the body of the episode.|
Season 5 (1964–1965)
|#||Total||Title||Animated by||Original air date|
|1||115||"Hop Happy"||Jerry Hathcock, Dick Lundy, Don Patterson, Hicks Lokey.
Uncredited: Allen Wilzbach, Bob Carr.
|September 17, 1964|
|Hoppy, the new pet that Barney and Betty got for Bamm Bamm caused major havoc and nearly ends Barney's friendship with Fred. Later, Hoppy and Dino save the lives of Pebbles and Bamm Bamm. Notes: Gerry Johnson replaces Bea Benaderet as the voice of Betty Rubble. The teaser again is a preview from the middle of the episode.|
|2||116||"Monster Fred"||Fred Wolf, Kenneth Muse, Carlo Vinci.||September 24, 1964|
|Fred's personality becomes that of a little child after getting hit on the head with a bowling ball. After looking for a doctor, Barney finds a mad scientist (and his associate, caricatures of "Dr. Ben Casey" and "Dr. Zorba") that uses electric shock to swap personalities, involving Betty, Wilma, and even Dino. Notes: This episode is slightly based on episode 5, "The Split Personality".|
|3||117||"Itty Bitty Fred"||Dick Lundy, Allen Wilzbach, Bob Carr, Bob Matz.||October 1, 1964|
|Fred is at it again with inventions and he invents a reducing formula called "Fred-O-Cal" to take off weight. This formula winds up shrinking Fred to less than a foot tall. Notes: Ed Sullivan is again caricatured in this episode as "Ed Sullystone" (previously seen in the season three episode "The Twitch"). The teaser again is a preview from the middle of the episode.|
|4||118||"Pebbles' Birthday Party"||Grant Simmons, Ray Patterson, Carlo Vinci, Kenneth Muse, Ed Love.||October 8, 1964|
Fred makes arrangements for Pebbles' first birthday and the Water Buffalo Lodge parties. Trouble ensues when the only caterer in town muddles the parties, including sending a childrens' clown to the Water Buffalo Lodge and dancing girls to the babies' party, and Fred gets blamed for it. The caterer repeats several times, "What can they do? I'm the only caterer in town!" Teaser is again a scene from the middle of the episode.Note: Portions of this episode may have been outsourced to Grant-ray Lawrence, as indicated by Grant Simmons and Ray Patterson as credited animators.
|5||119||"Bedrock Rodeo Round-Up"||Ed Love, Bill Hutten, Don Patterson, Carlo Vinci.||October 15, 1964|
|When Pebbles seems to love visitor Bony Hurdle more than Fred, her father, Fred tries to prove his love to her by entering in The Bedrock Rodeo in a disguise.|
|6||120||"Cinderellastone"||Bob Carr, Allen Wilzbach, Dick Lundy, Hicks Lokey.
Uncredited: Don Patterson, Ed Love.
|October 22, 1964|
|Fred seems to be passed over for a promotion at work when the boss invites every employee to his house party except him. Fred then dreams he is Cinderella and his fairy godmother brings Fred to his boss's party. The next morning, Fred gets his promotion and his lack of an invitation was only an oversight. Notes: June Foray provides the voice of the "Fairy Godmother". The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|7||121||"A Haunted House is Not a Home"||Lou Zukor, Rudy Cataldi, Allen Wilzbach, John Sparey.||October 29, 1964|
|Fred's Uncle Giggles fakes his death and pretends that he has left his fortune to Fred. In order to get the fortune, Fred was required to stay overnight at Giggles' haunted house where it appears that Fred nearly gets killed. The next morning, Fred's Uncle Giggles shows up and says the whole thing was a joke. Notes: A spoof on horror classic House On Haunted Hill. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|8||122||"Dr. Sinister"||Ed Love, Bill Hutten, Hicks Lokey.||November 5, 1964|
|Fred and Barney seem disappointed that their life is boring after watching Jay Bondrock's Doctor Sinister on television (a take on James Bond's Doctor No). Then when sent to the store, Fred and Barney find themselves in the Doctor Sinister story, being captured, flown to a distant island, being beaten up, almost poisoned and almost killed. Fred and Barney then manage to escape ("A Judo! Chop! Chop! Chop!") and they show up back home without the burgers and buns that they were sent to the store for. Notes: ("Madame Yes", ["I'm too important to be captured."] who puts Fred and Barney's lives in danger but always escapes, makes a cameo in the cartoon movie The Man Called Flintstone as the Green Ghoose's accomplice). The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|9||123||"The Gruesomes"||Allen Wilzbach, Bob Carr, Dick Lundy, Bob Matz.
Uncredited: Bill Hutten.
|November 12, 1964|
|A weird and haunting family named the Gruesomes move next door to the Flintstones. Notes: Howard Morris and Naomi Lewis provide the voices of Weirdly & Creepella Gruesome. This episode was created in response to the success of The Munsters and The Addams Family – two popular ghoul comedies of the time.|
|10||124||"The Most Beautiful Baby in Bedrock"||Rudy Cataldi, Lou Zukor, John Sparey.||November 19, 1964|
|Fred enters Pebbles in a beauty contest for babies while Barney enters Bamm Bamm. This causes a major fight between Fred and Barney. Notes: A cameo has a spoof of The Three Stooges. The teaser is a preview from the middle of the episode.|
|11||125||"Dino and Juliet"||Bill Hutten, Ed Love, Hicks Lokey.||November 26, 1964|
|Fred's new neighbor, Mr. Loudrock, becomes a thorn in his side, but Dino falls in love with Loudrock's pet, and has puppies. Notes: Mr. Loudrock is voiced by Henry Corden, who later provided the singing voice of Fred in The Man Called Flintstone and years later replaced Alan Reed completely as the voice of Fred following Reed's death. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|12||126||"King for a Night"||Lou Zukor, Rudy Cataldi, John Sparey, Bob Carlson.||December 3, 1964|
|When the King of Stonesylvania visits Bedrock, he decides he wants to rub shoulders with the common people, dead-ringer look alike Fred is hired to fill in for him for appearances. The plan begins to unravel when the king demonstrates little tolerance for the outside world and Fred does not like being a king much better. When Wilma mistakes the king for Fred, more troubles begin for both the king and Fred but in the end both men come clean and all is forgiven. Notes: This episode is a reworking of episode 22, "The Tycoon". The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|13||127||"Indianrockolis 500"||Ed Love, Bill Hutten, Lou Kachivas, Hicks Lokey.||December 10, 1964|
|Fred and Barney enter their sports car into the Indianrockopolis 500, with Fred adopting the sporting moniker "Goggles Paesano." Note: The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|14||128||"Adobe Dick"||Ed Love, Hicks Lokey, Bill Hutten.||December 17, 1964|
|On a fishing trip, Fred and Barney are swallowed by a whale named Adobe Dick. Can Fred have his picture taken with Adobe Dick-or will Barney mess things up for Fred as usual? Note: A spoof of Moby Dick.|
|15||129||"Christmas Flintstone"||Allen Wilzbach, Dick Lundy, Bob Carr, Rudy Cataldi.||December 25, 1964|
|Fred becomes Santa for Macyrock's store. Then Santa's elves recruit him to sub for the real Santa. Note: The series moved from Thursday back to Friday nights on ABC with this episode. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|16||130||"Fred's Flying Lesson"||Kenneth Muse, George Germanetti, Bernard Posner, John Gentiella.||January 1, 1965|
|Fred wins a flying lesson at a lodge contest. He takes the lesson and his teacher is a younger woman.|
|17||131||"Fred's Second Car"||John Gentilella, Larry Silverman, Art Davis.||January 8, 1965|
|Fred buys a very nice car for almost nothing from a police auction. The car was a gangsters' car. The car's former owners were the Slimy Rock Gang. Big Sparkle and his men track the car down and plot to rub Fred and Barney off. Note: The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|18||132||"The Time Machine"||Ed Love, Dick Lundy, Bill Hutten, Hicks Lokey.
Uncredited: Allen Wilzbach, Bob Carr.
|January 15, 1965|
|The Flintstones and the Rubbles visit the Bedrock World's Fair, where they visit a time machine exhibit, where they travel to various times of the "future" (a caricature of Jack Benny is used in the "Nero" sequence). Notes: Officer Dibble from Top Cat makes a cameo appearance as a policeman from the future. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|19||133||"The Hatrocks and the Gruesomes"||Lou Kachivas, Lou Zukor, Rudy Cataldi.||January 22, 1965|
|The Hatrocks come to visit the Flintstones after they declare their feud over. They wind up overstaying their welcome. The Flintstones then recruit their neighbors the Gruesomes to scare the Hatrocks away by performing "Bug Music". Notes: The teaser is a preview from the middle of the episode. Howard Morris doubles as "Hatrock" and "Weirdly Gruesome".|
|20||134||"Moonlight and Maintenance"||Kenneth Muse, Casey Onaitis, Barney Posner, John Gentilella.||January 29, 1965|
|After visiting luxury apartments, Fred decides he wants to live there so he moves there with Wilma and Pebbles. In order to pay for the place, Fred takes a job at Bedrock Towers, a luxury high-rise apartment, moonlighting as the "resident stationary engineer" (i.e., janitor). The luxury apartment features hysterical "high-tech" gadgetry, such as an automatic elevator operated by a brontosaurus with a rope around its neck and automated windows operated by a pair of monkeys perched on the outside windowsills. He finds that working two jobs is too hectic, and things really get sticky when Fred's boss, Mr. Slate, moves into Bedrock Towers at his wife's behest. Notes: This is a revised version of Syd Zelinka's own 1956 Honeymooners episode, "Dial J for Janitor." The only episode that Mr. Slate has balding hair. According to Betty, Hoppy is a "female" in this episode. In other episodes, Hoppy is a male.|
|21||135||"Sheriff for a Day"||Art Davis, Bill Hutten, Hicks Lokey, Larry Silverman.||February 5, 1965|
|The Flintstones and the Rubbles travel to a small town "out west". Fred runs into an old friend, who hears that the Slatery Brothers is seeking revenge on the town. In order to defend themselves, he recruits Fred as sheriff. At sundown, as expected, the brothers invade this town. Notes: The teaser is a preview from the middle of the episode. The "Cartwrights", from Bonanza, are caricatured here as the "Cartrocks". This is the 4th and final episode that Betty cries again, and the 3rd and final episode that she cries with Wilma|
|22||136||"Deep in the Heart of Texarock"||Ed Love, Hicks Lokey, John Gentilella, Larry Silverman.||February 12, 1965|
|Fred visits his Uncle Tex's ranch and has to stop a bunch of cow thieves. As a result, Tex gives him a cow of his own.|
|23||137||"The Rolls Rock Caper"||Cal Dalton, Allen Wilzbach, Bob Carr, Dick Lundy.||February 19, 1965|
|Fred and Barney wind up on an adventure and are seen in a TV show called "Smile, You're on My Favorite Crime". Notes: "Aaron Boulder" is a caricature of Gene Barry's "Amos Burke" from Burke's Law. The teaser is a preview from the middle of the episode.|
|24||138||"Superstone"||Dick Lundy, Lou Kachivas, Allen Wilzbach, Bob Carr.||February 26, 1965|
|When the actor who portrays TV's "Superstone" walks off the job, Fred is recruited to fill in and play him, but he is framed by two thugs who knock him unconscious, dress in his costume (frequently muttering Superstone's yell, "Beh-heh-hee-HAH-hah"), and steal the cash box. He and Barney are able to find the true thieves down on the docks, based upon the strong clue that one of them keeps repeating, "Yeah, yeah: I'm hip, I'm hip!". The teaser is a preview from the middle of the episode.|
|25||139||"Fred Meets Hercurock"||Ed Love, Kenneth Muse, Art Davis, Bill Hutten.||March 5, 1965|
|Fred is recruited to play Hercurock on a new movie. Notes: Mike Road guest stars as "Go-Go Ravine" (a parody of movie producer Joseph E. Levine). The teaser is a preview from the middle of the episode.|
|26||140||"Surfin' Fred"||Allen Wilzbach, Bob Carr, Dick Lundy, Lou Kachivas.
Uncredited: Kenneth Muse.
|March 12, 1965|
|The Flintstones and Rubbles travel to Rock Island beach when there is a big surfing festival. Fred then attempts to surf a lot and winds up in trouble every time. The lifeguard who rescues him is actually teen idol Jimmy Darrock (special guest star James Darren). In the end Fred and his family attend a surf contest awards show and Jimmy sings a surf song. Notes: The Top Cat theme is featured when Barney and Betty discover that Jimmy Darrock is not in fact a lifeguard. Two songs from The Fantastic Baggys' 1964 album, "Tell 'Em I'm Surfin'", are featured on the soundtrack ("Wax Up Your Board" and "Surfin' Craze"). The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
Season 6 (1965–1966)
|#||Total||Title||Animated by||Original air date|
|1||141||"No Biz Like Show Biz"||Jerry Hathcock, Ed Barge.||September 17, 1965|
|Fred is tired of so many teen stars on television after a football game does not come on. Then he dreams that Pebbles and Bamm Bamm become singing stars, causing more havoc. Fred wakes up to see the babies back to normal. Bernard Fox guest stars as "Eppy Brianstone" (a topical reference to The Beatles' manager, Brian Epstein). Notes: The animation color and look changes for this final season. The music is different in this season. Pebbles gets a new green colored shirt and diaper. At the time, Hanna-Barbera Records released a 45 single of "Pebbles & Bamm Bamm"'s recording of "Open up Your Heart (and Let the Sunshine in)", which would go on to replace "Meet the Flintstones" as the show's closer for a few episodes this final season. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|2||142||"The House That Fred Built"||Jerry Hathcock, Kenneth Muse.||September 24, 1965|
|Fred's mother-in-law writes a letter saying that she is staying with her favorite son-in-law and his wife and would be seeing them next week. Fred then attempts to fix an old hut for his mother-in-law and move it to his back yard. After the house falls off a cliff, mother-in-law stops by for a brief visit on her way to move in with her favorite daughter and son-in-law in Gravelton. So when Fred's mother-in-law stated that she was moving in with her favorite son-in-law, she did not mean Fred and Wilma. They just thought she did.|
|3||143||"The Stony Curtis Story (aka The Return of Stony Curtis)"||Allen Wilzbach, Ed Parks, Kenneth Muse, Jerry Hathcock.
Uncredited Animator: Dick Lundy.
|October 1, 1965|
|Wilma wins a contest to have Stony Curtis (special guest star Tony Curtis) come over for a day to be her slave. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|4||144||"Disorder in the Court"||Kenneth Muse, Dick Lundy.||October 8, 1965|
|Fred and Barney are on jury duty and the jury convicts "the Mangler" of robbery. After his conviction, the Mangler vows to get even with the foreman of the jury, Fred. The convict escapes from prison the very next day and, on finding Fred, winds up slipping and falling on Bamm Bamm's toys. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|5||145||"Circus Business"||Carlo Vinci, Hugh Fraser, Michael Webster.||October 15, 1965|
|The Flintstones and Rubbles visit a financially shaky carnival. Fred decides to buy the carnival unaware of the problems it has. After being forced to put on some shows, as the carnival workers had just walked out, Fred shows that the carnival could be a success and the seller buys the carnival back from Fred. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|6||146||"Samantha"||Rudy Cataldi, George Germanetti, Ed Parks, Jerry Hathcock.
Uncredited Animator: Allen Wilzbach.
|October 22, 1965|
Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York guest star as new neighbors, Samantha and Darrin (from Bewitched), who move next door to the Flintstones. Fred and Barney take a camping trip without Wilma and Betty. Samantha then decides to help Wilma and Betty follow the husbands to the woods and they do some camping themselves. With Samantha's little magic tricks, Wilma and Betty do very well on the trip but decide to go home anyway after one night.Note: Hanna-Barbera animated the opening titles for Bewitched.
|7||147||"The Great Gazoo"||Dick Lundy, Kenneth Muse, Allen Wilzbach.||October 29, 1965|
|Wilma and Betty want to go out to eat and drink at a very expensive restaurant, while Fred and Barney claim they cannot afford it. Soon after, a little green man from space lands on earth and is discovered by Fred and Barney. The name of the space man is The Great Gazoo (voiced by Harvey Korman), and he vows to serve Fred and Barney until he could be brought back to his planet. Only Fred and Barney can see or hear Gazoo because they found him. Pebbles, Bamm Bamm, Dino, and Hoppy see and hear Gazoo because they understand things like that. Gazoo promises to give Fred and Barney some money for the dinner date to that expensive restaurant, but when the bill arrives, Gazoo is nowhere to be found, leaving Fred and Barney to wash the dishes at the restaurant and as they go back home, a tired Gazoo pops up and Fred and Barney wants him to count on them and as Fred walks inside the house, he sits on the couch with Wilma and Gazoo works his magic on them without them finding out.|
|8||148||"Rip Van Flintstone"||Robert Carr, Lou Kachivas, Hugh Fraser, Carlo Vinci.||November 5, 1965|
|Fred is dragged to a company picnic where he is very bored and annoyed. He falls asleep and dreams he wakes up 20 years later where his friends are long gone and the town of Bedrock is now a big city. Barney is a millionaire, Pebbles married Bamm Bamm, and Wilma lives on Barney's estate. When Fred sees Wilma again, it's a mixed reception and he then wakes up with a new outlook on life enjoying the rest of the day at the picnic. Notes: Daws Butler provides several voices. This episode was inspired by the story, Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving.|
|9||149||"The Gravelberry Pie King"||Rudy Cataldi, Michael Webster, Carlo Vinci, Hugh Fraser.||November 12, 1965|
|After Gazoo gets Fred to see his boss for a list of demands from him and his co-workers, Mr. Slate fires Fred to meet the demands of the other workers. Fred then hangs out at the park and meets a unemployed man who thinks it's the best pie he's ever had. Other guys taste it, including P.J. Safestone of Safestone supermarkets (which is the parody of Safeway Supermarkets). Safestone makes a deal with Fred to bake 50 pies, then 500 pies, but later Fred discovers that the pies are cheaper than the cost to make them. When Fred tries to make a better deal, Safestone refuses, and Fred is stuck with 500 pies. He tries to sell them to no avail. Wilma then convinced Mr. Safestone to take the pies at a price where everyone can make money. She also goes to the quarry and convinces Boss Slate to reinstate Fred back to the gravel pit (how Wilma found out Fred lost his job is unknown).|
|10||150||"The Stonefinger Caper"||Bob Carr, George Germanetti, Hicks Lokey, John Sparey.||November 19, 1965|
|Barney is mistaken for a scientist by some shady people. Gazoo, meanwhile, gives Fred a luxury car and this causes more problems, including the shady people accelerating the quest to get a secret formula from Barney, who they think is scientist Dr. Rockinheimer. After Fred makes the mistake of telling Gazoo to get lost, they finally knock Fred and Barney out, and are ready to kill them to get a formula Barney does not have. Gazoo comes to the rescue and turns the "horrorsorous" into a puppy and the gangsters into babies. Gazoo even drives Fred and Barney home with an invisible car. Note: This episode has the longest opening scene in any episode that is 2 minutes and 14 seconds. (aka 134 seconds).|
|11||151||"The Masquerade Party"||Jerry Hathcock, Ed Parks, Ed Barge.||November 26, 1965|
|Fred and Barney enter a costume contest both dressed as devils. Meanwhile, Bedrock is invaded by "the Way-Outs", the teen pop sensations. After deciding to let Barney be the devil, Fred decides to dress as a space alien and is mistaken for one of the Way-Outs, who dress as space aliens. Note: The Way-Outs and Scoop, their publicity manager, enter a radio station clearly marked with a sign as KNBD but Scoop says "KFWB".|
|12||152||"Shinrock A Go-Go"||Kenneth Muse, Dick Lundy, Allen Wilzbach.||December 3, 1965|
|Fred is entered in a teen dance contest against his will on the Shinrock show. Every one of Fred's mishaps becomes a new dance. The Beau Brummels sing their new song "Laugh, Laugh." Jimmy O'Neill, the host of Shindig!, guest stars as "Jimmy O'Neillstone". Notes: A caricature of "President Lyndon B. Johnstone" appears in a dream sequence. This is the final episode that Fred cries. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|13||153||"Royal Rubble"||Hugh Fraser, John Sparey, Carlo Vinci, Michael Webster.||December 10, 1965|
|It is believed by a royal tribe that Barney is their king due to the resemblance of his height and face. Barney goes along with this and fills in as their king. Fred then tries to rescue Barney. The real king returns and Barney is released. Note: This was the first episode in which Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm's version of "Let the Sun Shine In" was used as the closing credits. Other episodes that use this ending include "Seeing Doubles" and "Fred Goes Ape."|
|14||154||"Seeing Doubles"||George Germanetti, Bob Carr, Hicks Lokey, Rudy Cataldi.||December 17, 1965|
|Fred and Barney have a bowling game on Friday night, the night that they are to take Wilma and Betty out to dinner. After failing to convince the wives to let them go bowling, Gazoo makes two doubles that look like Fred and Barney. The doubles can only say "yes" and "no" and they take the wives to dinner while Fred and Barney go bowling. The doubles, however take Wilma and Betty to the most expensive restaurant in town and cause havoc the entire night. It's up to Fred and Barney to round them up and bring them back to Gazoo in order for them to be snapped out. Note: George O'Hanlon (of The Jetsons) wrote the script.|
|15||155||"How to Pick a Fight with Your Wife Without Really Trying"||Hugh Fraser, John Sparey, Carlo Vinci, Michael Webster.||January 7, 1966|
|Wilma and Fred both say to Barney and Betty saying that women and men are like children when their marriage seem to be in shambles. Gazoo convinces Fred to do a parlor game with Wilma to spice up their relationship for "togetherness" in their marriage, but things make a turn for the worse when they fight. Fred stays with Barney, and Wilma stays with Betty until they can make up.|
|16||156||"Fred Goes Ape"||Jerry Hathcock, Ed Barge, Ed Parks.||January 14, 1966|
|With three television sets in the Flintstones' house, things seem to be perfect until Fred's allergies cause him to sneeze a hole in his television set, breaking the picture tube. Fred then takes medicine pills called "Scram" from a store which turns him into an ape two times at a restaurant and at home and only Barney notices this situation with Fred twice at the restaurant and at home. The next day, the families visit the zoo. Fred takes a "scram" pill and is turned into the ape for the third time. Fred is chased by a police officer around the zoo thinking he's a real ape while walking Pebbles and he shoots a tranquilizer at the ape Fred and puts him in a cage with Annie the Ape. When Fred is turned back into his human self and awake, he is chased by Annie around in her zoo cage while five men watches them from the cage and Bamm-Bamm sets him free. Later at home at night, Barney and Fred play checkers and Barney catches Fred's cold. He takes Fred's "scram" pill and then he turns into an ape too and walks back home and Fred tells Wilma that Barney has turned into a ape and she doesn't believe him.|
|17||157||"The Long, Long, Long Weekend"||Kenneth Muse, Allan Wilzbach, Dick Lundy.||January 21, 1966|
|After Fred criticizes a novel about the future that Barney is reading, The Great Gazoo sends Fred, Barney, Betty, and Wilma into the 21st Century (Wilma and Betty will remember nothing when getting back). This happens during a four day weekend that Fred and Barney have off from work. Fred meets Mr. Slate's 21st century descendant-and finds out he stills owns 21 centuries of interest on a $4.00 loan! Notes: The setting for the future is from The Jetsons cartoon series, even the music score from The Jetsons is even used; The title is a spoof of The Long Weekend. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|18||158||"Two Men on a Dinosaur"||Jerry Hathcock, Ed Barge, Ed Parks.||February 4, 1966|
|The Great Gazoo uses Fred's television to contact his home planet about returning there and is told, "Are you kidding??". In order to show he is worthy of returning home, decides to teach gamblers Fred and Barney a lesson by magically fixing the results of a dinosaur race at the race track. Fred and Barney wind up in big trouble after some gangsters spot them picking winners.|
|19||159||"The Treasure of Sierra Madrock"||Hugh Fraser, John Sparey, Carlo Vinci, Michael Webster.||February 11, 1966|
|Finding "treasure" on the way home from Rock Vegas tests Fred and Barney's friendship. A spoof of The Treasure of Sierra Madre|
|20||160||"Curtain Call at Bedrock"||Rudy Cataldi, George Germanetti, Hicks Lokey, Emil Carle.
Uncredited Animator: Bob Carr.
|February 18, 1966|
|Fred, Wilma, Barney, and Betty put on the play Romeo Rock & Juliet Stone with funny results. George O'Hanlon, voice of George Jetson, wrote this episode.|
|21||161||"Boss for a Day"||Kenneth Muse, Dick Lundy, Allan Wilzbach.||February 25, 1966|
|After complaining about having to work so hard on his job, the Great Gazoo magically makes Fred boss for a day. Fred then discovers being a boss is not all it's cracked up to be. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|22||162||"Fred's Island"||Bob Carr, Michael Webster, Hicks Lokey, Edwin Aardal.||March 4, 1966|
|After Fred has been conned into painting his boss's huge yacht, the boat drifts away from the dock and they drift to what Fred thinks is an unexplored island but is actually part of a theme park.|
|23||163||"Jealousy"||Hugh Fraser, Carlo Vinci, John Sparey, George Goepper.||March 11, 1966|
|Wilma's childhood friend comes to town making Fred very jealous. Note: Betty, Pebbles, Bamm-Bamm and Dino are absent in this episode.|
|24||164||"Dripper"||Ed Parks, Ed Barge, Jerry Hathcock.||March 18, 1966|
|Dripper the seal (a satire on Flipper) follows the Flintstones home while Dripper's trainer is attempting to steal him. The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode.|
|25||165||"My Fair Freddy"||Hugh Fraser, Carlo Vinci, Allen Wilzbach, John Sparey.
Uncredited: George Nicholas.
|March 25, 1966|
|Fred and Wilma get accepted into a Country Club with rich socialites, based on a conversation Wilma was having about their pet Dino. Fred then tries to learn manners in order to fit in. Later, Fred and Wilma decide to be themselves with very positive results. Notes: The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode. The last appearance of The Great Gazoo. This was the last episode produced but the second last to air.|
|26||166||"The Story of Rocky's Raiders"||Kenneth Muse, George Germanetti, Bob Carr, Hicks Lokey.||April 1, 1966|
|Fred's grandfather comes for a visit. While awaiting his arrival, Fred finds Grandpa Flintstone's diary, which recalls his army days as the head of "Rocky's Raiders" in "Stone World War I". Notes: The teaser is a scene from the middle of the episode. This was the series finale episode of The Flintstones.|
TV specials and movies (1966–2001)
- The Man Called Flintstone (1966) (theatrical film)
- A Flintstone Christmas (1977) (50 minutes)
- The Flintstones: Little Big League (1978) (50 minutes)
- The Flintstones' New Neighbors (1980) (25 minutes)
- The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone (1980) (50 minutes)
- The Flintstones: Fred's Final Fling (1980) (25 minutes)
- The Flintstones: Wind-Up Wilma (1981) (25 minutes)
- The Flintstones: Jogging Fever (1981) (25 minutes)
- The Flintstones' 25th Anniversary Celebration (1986)
- The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones (1987) (TV film)
- The Flintstone Kids' "Just Say No" Special (1988) (25 minutes)
- A Flintstone Family Christmas (1993) (25 minutes)
- I Yabba-Dabba Do! (1993) (TV film)
- Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby (1993) (TV film)
- A Flintstones Christmas Carol (1994) (TV film)
- The Flintstones: On the Rocks (2001) (TV film)
- "The Flintstones". www.bcdb.com, April 12, 2012