30: Vintage Commercial-Kitchen Rich Cookies
31: Flintstone Art - Explore Rare Original Pencil Drawings
Rare collections of pencil drawing of the the Flintstones.
32: How To Draw Fred Flintstone
Step-by-Step instructions on how to draw Fred Flintstone
33: Songs Of The Flintstones Album
Collection of songs from The Flintstones album
34: Bedrock Collectibles - Collecting All Things Flintstone
35: First Family Of The Stone Age - Spotlight On The Bedrock Wives
A look back at Wilma And Betty over the course of the series
36: Hanna-Barbera's Legendary Music Director Hoyt Curtin
A look at the musical director Hoyt Curtin
37: The Flintstones - One Million Years Ahead Of Its Time
How The Flintstones became the first animated series in primetime.
38: A Stone Age Parenting Guide
Child Rearing In The Stone Age
39: The Gruesomes Road To Bedrock
A Closer look at the classic season five episode
40: Gemstones - Flintstones Rarities Unearthed
Collection of rare clips from The Flintstones
41: The Flintstones Meet Pop Culture
Stephen Baldwin hosts a look at the effects of pop culture on the show & vice versa
42: The Little Green Man
20: All About The Flintstones
Chronicles The History Of The Series
21: Early T.V. Commercials & Network Promo Spots
A collection of T.V. Commercials and promo spots from the series.
22: Carved In Stone: The Flintstones Phenomenon
28: Vintage Commercial-One-A-Day Vitamins
29: Vintage Commercial-Welch's Grape Jelly
Sunday, November 1st, 1959
1: The Flagstones (Pilot)
We open on Fred Flagstone resting in his pool on a tube; and his wife Wilma bringing him his lunch. Trying to show Fred his new bow and arrow, neighbor Barney accidentally shoots the tube. Fred sinks... and Barney grabs lunch! This pilot was merged with one of the early Flintstones episodes, "The Swimming Pool."
Friday, September 15th, 1961
23: The Hit Song Writers - Commentary
Friday, December 1st, 1961
24: The Beauty Contest - Commentary
Commentary on the episode The Beauty Contest
Friday, February 23rd, 1962
25: The Happy Household - Commentary
Thursday, September 19th, 1963
26: Ann Margrock Presents - Commentary
Commentary on the episode Ann-Margrock Presents
Thursday, October 3rd, 1963
27: Little Bamm-Bamm - Commentary
Commentary on the episode Little Bamm-Bamm
Monday, April 25th, 1966
2: The Man Called Flintstone
When top agent Rock Slag (who resembles Fred) is put out of commission, his organization recruits Fred and has him take Slag's mission: To go to Eurock and capture the evil mastermind, Green Goose. Fred agrees, not knowing the dangers of the mission he is undertaking. Not only are enemy spies out to eliminate him, but he has to keep his wife and friends from learning his secret.
Wednesday, December 7th, 1977
4: A Flintstone Christmas
After Santa gets injured at the Flintstone's house, Fred and Barney take up the duty of delivering presents to all the children around the world. With Fred being busy being helpful, will he make it back in time for his boss' party?
Thursday, April 6th, 1978
3: Little Big League
Fred manages a little league baseball team that seems absolutely hopeless, except for a player that he blindly refuses to recognize.
Friday, September 26th, 1980
5: The Flintstones' New Neighbors
Fred and Wilma are reluctant to greet their new neighbours, the Frankenstones, whose house is filled with the weirdest creature comforts.
Thursday, October 30th, 1980
6: The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone
The Flintstones and Rubbles win a trip on "Make a Deal or Don't" to Count Rockula's castle in Rocksylvania where they have an unpleasant meeting with the Count and his servant Frankenstone.
Friday, November 7th, 1980
7: Fred's Final Fling
With just 24 hours to live (or so he believes), Fred takes a final fling until his eyes close from exhaustion. He awakens to discover the predictions of his demise were premature, but the lesson he learns will last a lifetime.
Sunday, October 4th, 1981
8: Wind-Up Wilma
Wilma is a celebrity when she gets a shot at the big leagues and becomes a pitcher for the Bedrock Dodgers after nailing a couple of robbers with a melon at the grocery store. Wind-Up Wilma was a 30-minute episode that was part of "The Flintstone Special" limited-run prime time television revival of The Flintstones produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions which aired on NBC on October 4, 1981.
Sunday, October 11th, 1981
9: Jogging Fever
After being told he is overweight, Fred begins jogging in order to get down to a much better size.
Tuesday, May 20th, 1986
18: The Flintstones' 25th Anniversary Celebration
The Flintstones' 25th Anniversary Celebration was a 60-minute CBS live-action and animated television special produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in association with Robert Guenette Productions commemorating the 25th anniversary of television's first primetime animated series, The Flintstones, which was broadcast on May 20, 1986. The special, hosted by Tim Conway, Harvey Korman and Vanna White, featured clips from past episodes and spin-offs combined with new animation and musical segments. Special guest appearances also included Telly Savalas, Susan Saint James and Jane Curtin.
Monday, November 9th, 1987
10: The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones
The Space Age and the Stone Age come together when Elroy's latest invention, an experimental time machine, brings his futuristic family to Bedrock as the Jetsons meet the Rubbles and the Flintstones. And the situation gets really topsy-turvy when the two groups get stranded in each others' time period.
Sunday, February 7th, 1993
11: I Yabba-Dabba Do!
Many, many years have passed and Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm are all grown up. They're thinking about getting married, and the father of the bride says "money is no object", which he willfully regrets when his boss, George Slate, fires him. The bank won't give him a loan either. Fred and Barney need money and quick! Pebbles is quite carried away about the wedding session. Even Fred's nemesis, Pearl Slaghoople, Wilma's mom, drops in. Well eventually Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm decide to elope to Rock Vegas, so Fred and Barney head off to save them, while watching out for a gang of evil hoods. Well soon the wedding is on! And the Flintstones have invited their best friends Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera to join in.
Sunday, December 5th, 1993
12: Hollyrock-A-Bye Baby
Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm, now married, soon become blessed: Pebbles is pregnant, so the Flintstones and the Rubbles go to Hollyrock and stay with them. Fred's rented a new RV for the occasion. Wilma, Betty and Fred fuss over poor pregnant Pebbles, and won't give her a moment's peace. The excitement of being grandparents is strong, also along is old lady Pearl Slaghoople, Wilma's mom and the new Great Grandmother to Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm's kids.
Sunday, December 19th, 1993
13: A Flintstone Family Christmas
While the Flintstones and the Rubbles are waiting for Pebbles, Bamm-Bamm and the twins to begin the holiday festivities, they end up tring to teach a homeless boy about values.
Wednesday, April 27th, 1994
14: Wacky Inventions
When the Flintstones and the Rubbles pay a visit to the science exhibit, they meet Professor Einstone who's been working on a lot of wacky inventions for many years, but little does he know that while he was away, his inventions were already invented by other people.
Monday, November 21st, 1994
15: A Flintstones Christmas Carol
Baste the turkeysaurus and head over to Bloomingshale's for some last-minute shopping; it's Christmastime in Bedrock. Fred and the gang have more than the usual festive preparations up their prehistoric sleeves, however, as they are staging a production of "The Christmas Carol" with Fred in the role of Scrooge. Things take a frightening turn when--in the classic tradition of method acting--Fred takes his role to heart and becomes a bit humbuggish himself. So preoccupied with his role is he, that he forgets to pick up Pebbles from day care, leaves Christmas shopping off his list of things to do, and belittles the parts played by his friends (such as Barney as Bob Cratchit). When the Bedrock bug (a flu virus) begins to fell cast members, it provides the ideal opportunity for costume maker and stage manager Wilma to take on understudy duties and scare some sense into her self-absorbed husband. And just in time for Christmas Eve. God bless them, every one
Saturday, December 21st, 1996
16: The Flintstones Christmas in Bedrock
A caveless kid comes to live with the Flintstones on Christmas and ends up geting himself and Fred stuck in prison right before Fred is going to play Santa Claus in the Bedrock parade. This is a rerelease of A Flintstone Family Christmas.
Saturday, November 3rd, 2001
17: On the Rocks
Fred and Wilma's marriage is in serious jeopardy. After years of Wilma putting up with her husband's lazy, self-centered loitering, Wilma hopes that a second honeymoon at a luxurious hotel (a gift from the equally concerned Rubbles) will finally restore the passion in the relationship; Fred, in the meantime, looks at the idea as another excuse for a personal vacation and takes it for granted. Meanwhile, a professional thief succeeds in acquiring a rare diamond, but he loses possession of it when his handbag is switched with Wilma's, forcing the thief to woo the frustrated Mrs. Flintstone in an effort to reclaim the diamond, leading a worried Fred to reevaluate his own conduct and feelings towards Wilma before he "loses her". The two eventually discover the thief's true purpose and reunite.
Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
19: The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown
When Fred loses his family's vacation money, he hatches one of his hair-brained plans to get it back. It's a sports entertainment spectacle that involves throwing his best bud Barney into the wrestling ring with the likes of John Cenastone, Rey Mysteriopal, and even The Undertaker, with Fred himself as the promoter!
Friday, September 30th, 1960
1: The Flintstone Flyer
Fred fakes illness so he and Barney can get out of taking their wives to the opera. Using prehistoric helicopter as a means of escape, the two of them join their bowling team for a night of fun. They almost get away with their scheme, until loose-lipped Barney gives away their night's activities.
Friday, October 7th, 1960
2: Hot Lips Hannigan
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. The jazz is cool until the wives show up to teach their wayward husbands a lesson.
Friday, October 14th, 1960
3: The Swimming Pool
Fred and Barney jointly build a swimming pool, but Barney hogs the pool time, angering Fred. To get even, Fred hires a pal to pose as a police officer and break up one of his neighbor's pool parties.
Friday, October 21st, 1960
4: No Help Wanted
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! Unwilling to betray his friend, Barney pays off Fred's delinquent television bill with his first paycheck.
Friday, October 28th, 1960
5: The Split Personality
A conk on the head turns Fred into an aristocratic sophisticate, whose behavior manages to disrupt the entire city of Bedrock.
Friday, November 4th, 1960
6: The Monster from the Tar Pits
A Hollyrock film company goes on location in Bedrock to film its new feature 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.
Friday, November 11th, 1960
7: The Babysitters
Roped into babysitting little Egbert, the child of a friend, Fred and Barney take the tot over to the pal Joe Rockhead's house to watch the fights on television. Egbert befriends Joe's pet runtosaurus and dresses the creature up in his baby clothes, which results in chaos when the pet - whom Fred and Barney mistake for the baby - escapes from the house and dashes up a tree.
Friday, November 18th, 1960
8: At the Races
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. He tells Wilma that he has lost his check. When the long shot pays off, Fred and Barney are initially elated, but they quickly realize their problems are only beginning.
Friday, November 25th, 1960
9: The Engagement Ring
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.
Friday, December 2nd, 1960
10: Hollyrock, Here I Come
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.
Friday, December 9th, 1960
11: The Golf Champion
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.
Friday, December 16th, 1960
12: The Sweepstakes Ticket
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 Rubble's house.
Friday, December 23rd, 1960
13: The Drive-in
Fed up with their jobs, Fred and Barney secretly plan to buy a restaurant, but then Fred has to deal with a suspicious Wilma who wants to know why two young girls (carhops who are seeking a job) are calling for him, and what the messages regarding two tons of dino-burger meat mean.
Friday, December 30th, 1960
14: The Prowler
With a burglar on the loose in Bedrock, Betty decides to take judo lessons to protect herself. When Wilma wants to take lesson also, Fred ridicules the idea, arguing that one glimpse of a burglar would send her running in fear. To prove his point, Fred poses as the burglar and sneaks into the Rubble household, on the same night the real criminal shows up.
Friday, January 6th, 1961
15: The Girls' Night Out
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 misplaces the record. It is later discovered by a group of teens who pass it along to a deejay, and Fred is suddenly transformed into unwitting rock star "Hi-Fye."
Friday, January 13th, 1961
16: Arthur Quarry's Dance Class
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 fire proof. The wives then suspect that their husbands are slipping out to meet other women.
Friday, January 20th, 1961
17: The Big Bank Robbery
When he discovers a bag containing $86,000, Fred's 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.
Friday, January 27th, 1961
18: The Snorkasaurus Hunter
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.
Friday, February 3rd, 1961
19: The Hot Piano
To commemorate his tenth 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.
Friday, February 10th, 1961
20: The Hypnotist
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, and is then unable to bring him back.
Friday, February 17th, 1961
21: Love Letters on the Rocks
Jealous Fred's discovery of a love poem that was sent to Wilma prompts him to hire Bedrock's top detective Perry Gunite, to find out who the home-wrecking poet is. Gunite's investigation mistakenly points to Barney. Fred plans revenge against his friend until Wilma reminds her husband that he had written the poem himself years earlier during their courtship.
Friday, February 24th, 1961
22: The Tycoon
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 board room. 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.
Saturday, March 4th, 1961
23: The Astra' Nuts
Thinking they are undergoing an examination for a physical contest, Fred and Barney mistakenly sign up for a three-year stint in the Army! After a tearful goodbye to their wives they enter into the service, where they quickly blunder their way into volunteering for the first lunar landing mission.
Friday, March 10th, 1961
24: The Long, Long Weekend
Friend Gus Gravel invites the Flintstones and the Rubbles to his seaside hotel for an all-expense-paid vacation. But upon arriving, the four find that the hotel's planned "activities" seem more like work. Gus finally confesses that his entire hotel staff has just resigned on the eve of a huge convention.
Friday, March 17th, 1961
25: In the Dough
Wilma and Betty are finalists in a television bake-off, but on the eve of the event, they contract measles. Donning wigs and dresses, Fred and Barney take their places in the contest.
Friday, March 24th, 1961
26: The Good Scout
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.
Friday, March 31st, 1961
27: Rooms for Rent
Tired of hearing their husbands complain about finances, Wilma and Betty rent rooms to piano and bongo-playing 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.
Friday, April 7th, 1961
28: Fred Flintstone: Before and After
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 twenty-five pounds in a month fails miserably, as does every other diet plan, until an overeaters group takes him on as a challenge.
Friday, September 15th, 1961
1: The Hit Song Writers
After discovering that Barney is a closet poet, Fred manages to link him up with songwriter Hoagy Carmichael and the three set out to write a hit song. The resultant tune garners the boys a moment of fame as songwriters.
Friday, September 22nd, 1961
2: Droop Along Flintstone
The Flintstones and the Rubbles take up Fred's rich cousins, Tumbleweed and Mary Lou Jim, on their offer to take care of their ranch while they go on an ocean cruise. Having gotten lost on the ranch, Fred and Barney stumble onto a nearby film location, where they are chased by cowboys and Indians.
Friday, September 29th, 1961
3: The Missing Bus
Receiving a pay cut after thirteen years at the quarry, Fred decides to quit and become a bus driver. With Barney as co-pilot, Fred delivers fifty kids to school, a nerve-shattering experience. Not wanting to let the job get the better of him, he dutifully picks them up again but mis-delivers them home.
Friday, October 6th, 1961
4: Alvin Brickrock Presents
When his neighbors' domestic fights suddenly end with the disappearance of the wife, Fred suspects Alvin Brickrock of foul play. After reading a detective magazine, he becomes convinced that Brickrock is really Albert Bonehart, wife-murderer.
Friday, October 13th, 1961
5: Fred Flintstone Woos Again
Needled by Wilma about his lack of romanticism, Fred takes his wife on a second honeymoon to Rock Mountain Inn, accompanied by the Rubbles. When the Flintstones learn that the official, Judge Wedrock, who married them was never licensed, Wilma takes advantage of the situation by making Fred court her all over again.
Friday, October 20th, 1961
6: The Rock Quarry Story
Movie star Rock Quarry has had enough of Hollyrock, and decides to move to Bedrock, where he is stalked by star-struck Wilma and Betty for an autograph. Meanwhile, Fred has an auto collision with the actor and invites him home to dinner, where he is recognized by Wilma despite his insistence that he is not Rock Quarry.
Friday, October 27th, 1961
7: The Soft Touchables
Part-time detectives Fred and Barney take their first case from Dagmar, The Peroxide Kid, who is really working for Boss Rockhead, a crook posing as a bank president. Rockhead stations Fred and Barney as bank guards while he and his gang transport the money to a "safe place."
Friday, November 3rd, 1961
8: Flintstone of Prinstone
Determined to rise above manual labor, Fred attends night class at Prinstone University and is drafted as a quarterback on the varsity team. But during the big game against Shale U., and exhausted Fred creates problems when he confuses his football signals with his accounting course figures.
Friday, November 10th, 1961
9: The Little White Lie
After telling Wilma that he is going to visit a sick friend, Fred runs off to a poker game, where he wins $200. To explain the money, he tells Wilma that he found the cash, and is dismayed when she places an ad in the newspaper to locate the owner.
Friday, November 17th, 1961
10: Social Climbers
Wilma and Betty wrangle tickets to the upper-crust Ambassador's Reception and convince their husbands to go with them, sending Fred and Barney to charm school to prepare for the event. But the middle-class foursome ultimately discover that trying to play "stuffy" is no fun.
Friday, December 1st, 1961
11: The Beauty Contest
Fred and Barney are appointed judges for the Loyal Order of Water Buffalo's beauty contest. But complicating matters are Wilma's and Betty's suspicions, pressure from Mr. Slate, whose daughter is the competition, and threats from a racketeer who wants his girlfriend to be named Miss Water Buffalo.
Friday, December 8th, 1961
12: The Masquerade Ball
Fred buys tickets to a society costume ball from his supervisor, Mr. Rockhead. Fred's plan to use this opportunity to butter up his costumed boss backfires when Rockhead switches costumes, and instead of being the recipient of Fred's honey, he becomes an unwitting confidant in his scheme.
Friday, December 15th, 1961
13: The Picnic
Coveting the trophy collection of Lodge brother Joe Rockhead, Fred realizes that dumping Barney as his partner will improve his chances of winning during the annual field day games. This plan causes resentment from both Barney and Rockhead.
Friday, December 22nd, 1961
14: The House Guest
While plumbers at the Rubble home try to unfix Fred's attempted repair job, Betty and Barney move in temporarily with the Flintstones. The wives are convinced the forced togetherness will cause problems between Fred and Barney and they are right, although the husbands go to extreme measures to try to hide their bickering.
Friday, December 29th, 1961
15: The X-Ray Story
Ailing Dino is taken to the vet, who diagnoses him as having a "dinopeptic germ," which is common to dinosaurs but lethal in humans. But when Dino's x-rays are mistaken as Fred's, Wilma is alerted and told to prepare the only known cure: keeping the patient awake for seventy-two hours, without telling him why.
Friday, January 5th, 1962
16: The Gambler
A compulsive gambler in his younger days, Fred has been cured through psychiatric consultation - until paperboy Arnold tempts him with a bet. When the Flintstones' furniture begins to mysteriously disappear, Barney is dispatched to investigate Fred's marble games behind locked doors.
Friday, January 12th, 1962
17: A Star is Almost Born
While shopping in a Bedrock drugstore with Betty, Wilma is discovered by a famous television producer. As a result, Fred borrows money from Barney to pay for acting lessons a quits his job in order to manage his wife's career.
Friday, January 19th, 1962
18: The Entertainer
Fred works overtime to earn extra money for a surprise gift for Wilma, and is ultimately tapped by Mr. Slate to entertain an important female client at the Copa Cave night club. Unfortunately, the Rubbles and Wilma show up at the club that same night.
Friday, January 26th, 1962
19: Wilma's Vanishing Money
While searching for a hairpin to fix the toaster, Fred finds a secret stash of cash that has been hidden by Wilma. To teach her a lesson, he uses the money to buy a new bowling ball, unaware that Wilma has been saving up to buy him the same ball as a birthday present.
Friday, February 2nd, 1962
20: Fuedin' and Fussin'
While Fred is napping away his pre-golf tournament tensions, Barney interrupts his pal's dreams with a practice shot. Temperamental Fred explodes at Barney, which results in the Flintstones almost finding themselves without neighbors, when the Rubbles put their house up for sale.
Friday, February 9th, 1962
21: Impractical Joker
Fed up with Fred's practical jokes, Barney decides to give him a taste of his own medicine. Barney sets up the gag with a stack of five, crisp $100 bills, his prize from the Sudsy-Wudsy jingle contest.
Friday, February 16th, 1962
22: Operation Barney
While driving to work, the boys decide to play hookey and go instead to the ballpark. They call in sick to their bosses and Barney is promptly ordered to report to the company nurse for a check-up. Fred then concocts an elaborate ruse that does indeed get Barney out of work - and into the hospital.
Friday, February 23rd, 1962
23: The Happy Household
After a squabble about finances, Wilma seeks employment of her own. She applies for an office job at the Bedrock Radio & Television Corporation, but instead becomes the hostess of the "Happy Housewife Show," a situation that makes things less than happy back at the cave.
Friday, March 9th, 1962
25: This is Your Lifesaver
Fred and Barney encounter the penniless J. Montague Gypsum, who is threatening to jump from a bridge. Fred takes the man home and learns too late how responsible he is for the life he saved.
Friday, March 16th, 1962
Having sold her home, Fred's antagonistic mother-in-law arrives at the Flintstone cave, and Fred tries to play cupid after meeting a rich Texan who is looking for an elderly wife. He invites the man home for dinner, but Wilma becomes suspicious of the would-be suitor.
Tuesday, March 20th, 1962
24: Fred Strikes Out
Once more, Fred forgets the anniversary of the night he proposed to Wilma. After being chastised by Wilma, he agrees to take her on a date to the movies, but she wants to go on the same night he is supposed to be captaining his bowling team in the bowling alley, Fred tries to do both.
Friday, March 23rd, 1962
27: The Mailman Cometh
Fuming that he is the only employee of the quarry not to received a raise in the mail, Fred writes a blistering letter to his boss, Mr. Slate, then Wilma frantically tries to retrieve it after Mr. Slate apologizes for the oversight.
Friday, March 30th, 1962
28: The Rock Vegas Story
Fred and Barney run into old friend Sherman Cobblehead, owner of The Golden Cactus Hotel in Rock Vegas, at an eatery. Cobblehead's casual promise to "take care of" Fred should he ever come to Vegas is misinterpreted as a guarantee that Fred will be a big winner in the casino.
Friday, April 6th, 1962
29: Divided We Sail
Fred receives a ticket to a television game show that offers big prizes, but succumbs to stage fright before the show. Barney subs for him and wins a house boat, which Fred then tries to claim as his.
Friday, April 13th, 1962
30: Kleptomaniac Caper
Wilma secretly empties Fred's closet of mementos for a rummage sale, including his old football uniform. But when Fred finds the goods in the Rubbles' car, where Wilma put them, he suspects Barney of being a thief.
Friday, April 20th, 1962
31: Latin Lover
Impressed by actor Roberto Rocketing, Wilma tries to turn Fred into a reasonable facsimile, and is surprisingly successful - ultimately a little too successful, as the dashing, mustachioed Fred now causes women to swoon in his arms.
Monday, April 30th, 1962
32: Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Fred is chosen by PeeWee League players (including Arnold and Mr. Slate's son) to umpire a playoff game. His troubles mount when he must call the game honestly despite the pressures from friends, employers, and big league baseball scouts, who are observing Fred in action.
Friday, September 14th, 1962
1: Dino Goes Hollyrock
Hearing about a talent search for a new animal star to appear in "The Adventures of Sassie," Fred coaches Dino and prepares for an audition. But Dino gets more than he bargained for when he lands the part.
Friday, September 21st, 1962
2: Fred's New Boss
When Barney loses his job, Fred approaches Mr. Slate about hiring his friend for the quarry. He is mortified, however, when Barney lands the position of vice president, and becomes Fred's boss!
Friday, September 28th, 1962
3: Barney the Invisible
In an attempt to cure Barney's hiccups, Fred offers his friend a swig from an experimental soft drink he has formulated. The brew turns Barney invisible, and Fred's elaborate attempts to hide the fact make Wilma wonder about her husband's sanity.
Friday, October 5th, 1962
4: Bowling Ballet
Fred discovers he is off his game right before the big bowling match. After hearing in a television commercial that rhythm is "the secret of success in many activities, including bowling," he rushes off to the Bedrock Dance Academy to sign up for ballet lessons.
Friday, October 12th, 1962
5: The Twitch
Wilma is in dither over finding an act for her auxiliary's benefit show until big mouth Fred boasts that he will line up singer Rock Roll, whose hit song is "The Twitch." Now committed, Fred has to pull out all the stops to obtain the rock star's participation.
Friday, October 19th, 1962
6: Here's Snow in Your Eyes
The Lodge delegates Fred and Barney depart for a convention at Stone Mountain Ski Resort, leaving their disappointed wives at home. The girls congratulate themselves on being so understanding until they become involved in a big diamond theft and beauty contest at the resort.
Friday, October 26th, 1962
7: The Buffalo Convention
The talking dodo bird that Fred gives Wilma for her birthday turns snitch, informing her that Fred and Barney are plotting to sneak away for a Water Buffalo Convention in Frantic City. Wilma, Betty, and the wives of Bedrock plan a surprise of their own at the convention.
Friday, November 9th, 1962
8: The Little Stranger
Fred overhears Wilma on the phone mentioning "a little stranger" who will shortly be visiting the household. Assuming that Wilma is pregnant, Fred summon his dreaded mother-in-law. But the "little stranger" turns out to be Arnold the paperboy.
Friday, November 9th, 1962
9: Baby Barney
With his eye on an inheritance, Fred tells his rich Uncle Tex that he has named his child after him. Fred, of course, has no son, which means that he has to find a baby now that Uncle Tex is coming to visit! Unable to borrow a real baby, desperate Fred cons Barney into playing "Baby Tex."
Friday, November 16th, 1962
10: Hawaiian Escapade
Wilma and Betty enter a television contest and win first prize, a trip for two to Rockiki Beach and a role on the television show "Hawaiian Spy." The two families journey to Hawaii, where Fred ends up working as a stunt man on the show.
Friday, November 23rd, 1962
11: Ladies Day
Barney and Fred skip work to go to the ball park, but Barney only has one ticket. The situation gets complicated when Fred dresses up as a women so he can get in free for Ladies' day. After Betty finds lipstick on Barney's handkerchief, the wives are in hot pursuit. Adding to Fred's problems is the fact that Mr. Slate is entertaining a client at the game.
Friday, November 30th, 1962
12: Nuttin' But the Tooth
Barney's loud suffering from a toothache has been keeping the entire neighborhood awake at night, so Fred promises to take him to the dentist the next morning. But having already spent the money for the dentist, Fred has to find a low-cost way to remove his friend's tooth.
Friday, December 7th, 1962
13: High School Fred
An efficiency expert hired by Mr. Slate informs Fred that he will be fired unless he gets a high school diploma. Slate offers to send Fred to school, and Wilma mistakenly assumes that Fred is being groomed for an executive position.
Friday, December 14th, 1962
14: Dial S for Suspicion
A series of strange accidents coupled with Wilma's sudden insistence on having Fred take out a life insurance policy, and her devotion to a murder mystery novel about a wife who bumps off her husband, causes Fred to wonder if his life is in danger.
Friday, December 21st, 1962
15: Flash Gun Freddie
Fred convinces Barney to buy an instant Polarock camera and the two go into the photo business. When they mistakenly snap the pictures of two escaping bank robbers, they are able to sell the photos and recoup Barney's money.
Friday, January 4th, 1963
16: The Kissing Burglar
Wilma is charmed by the exploits of the Kissing Burglar, a criminal whose m.o. involves leaving a rose and a kiss for the lady of the house. Her comment that she has nothing worth stealing annoys Fred, who decides to teach her a lesson by posing as the burglar - on the very night the real one shows up.
Friday, January 11th, 1963
17: Wilma, the Maid
At Wilma's insistence, Fred hires an Italian maid, Gina Lolabrickida, to do the cooking and cleaning, but problems arise when she quits on the night Wilma has promised her to Betty, and Fred brings home Mr. Slate for an authentic Italian dinner.
Friday, January 18th, 1963
18: The Hero
Barney rescues a baby from a runaway carriage, but it is Fred who gets the credit and attention. His feeble attempts to set the record straight finally give way to his enjoyment of the celebrity, until cold shoulders from both Wilma and Dino, and a visit from his own conscience, persuade him to tell the truth.
Friday, January 25th, 1963
19: The Surprise
The appearance of Barney's nephew, baby Marblehead, causes a rift between him and Fred. Fred just can't understand Barney's devotion to the visiting baby, but his attitude changes when Wilma informs him that they are going to have a baby of their own.
Friday, February 1st, 1963
20: Mother-in-Law's Visit
With fatherhood impending, Fred promises to become more kind, considerate, and thoughtful. His willingness to change is strechted practically beyond endurance when his mother-in-law shows up to help Wilma during her pregnancy.
Friday, February 8th, 1963
21: Foxy Grandma
Fred's inept efforts at housework during Wilma's pregnancy are worse than no efforts at all, so he sets out to hire a housekeeper, ultimately bringing home a bank robber named Grandma Dynamite, who is in need of a hideout.
Friday, February 15th, 1963
22: Fred's New Job
With the baby coming, Fred asks Mr. Slate for a raise. Slate, however, is tired of such demands from expectant fathers, so he plans to head Fred off with "Operation Cringe."
Friday, February 22nd, 1963
23: The Blessed Event
Wilma is still pregnant and Fred is trying to be calm. This shatters when the doctor tells him the blessed event could happen any day now. When Betty suggests a rehearsal, it turns out fine - until it turns into the real thing!
Friday, March 1st, 1963
24: Carry on, Nurse Fred
Fatherhood has already made Fred resolute in his effort to acquire serenity, but his will power is put to the test by the formidable Nurse Frightenshale, who is sent by Wilma's mother to take care of the Flintstones' cave.
Friday, March 8th, 1963
25: Ventriloquist Barney
Barney learns how to throw his voice and can't resist having some fun at Fred's expense. He leads Fred to believe that his newborn daughter Pebbles has miraculously learned to talk.
Friday, March 22nd, 1963
26: The Big Move
Having worked to clean up his own act, Fred now worries that Pebbles will pick up Barney's uncouth ways. Fred moves the family to a "better" neighborhood, but quickly realizes that the "high life" isn't what it seems.
Friday, March 29th, 1963
27: Swedish Visitors
After using the family's vacation money to buy a fur wrap, Wilma devises a scheme to repay the money by renting their home to Swedish musicians.
Friday, April 5th, 1963
28: The Birthday Party
While preparing a surprise birthday party for Fred, Wilma assigns to Barney the task of keeping Fred out of the way and occupied, and Barney is so successful that both he and Fred are missing at party time.
Thursday, September 19th, 1963
1: Ann Margrock Presents
Fred and Barney learn that local talent is being sought for the Bedrock Bowl's premiere event, a television special starring Ann-Margrock (voiced by Ann-Margret). The boys go home and prepare for an audition, and are aided by Ann-Margrock herself (whom they fail to recognize), who comes in to the Flintstones' home to use the phone after her car breaks down.
Thursday, September 26th, 1963
2: Groom Gloom
Frustrated that paperboy (and part-time babysitter) Arnold always beats him at table-tennis, Fred has a nightmare in which an older Arnold elopes with his grown-up daughter Pebbles.
Thursday, October 3rd, 1963
3: Little Bamm-Bamm
Betty and Barney discover a foundling named Bamm-Bamm on their doorstep and become smitten with the child. They set out to adopt him, but discover that the Welfare Bureau has promised the boy to wealthy Pronto Berger, who is being represented by attorney Perry Masonry. When Berger learns that his wife is pregnant, however, the Rubbles are free to adopt the baby.
Thursday, October 10th, 1963
4: Dino Disappears
Upset that Fred has forgotten the anniversary of his joining the household, Dino runs away in a sulk. The next morning Fred and Barney seach for him, bringing home a look-alike pet that they assume to be Dino.
Thursday, October 17th, 1963
5: Fred's Monkeyshines
After Wilma insists that Fred have his eyes examined, he mistakenly puts on the wrong pair of prescription lenses. As a result of his temporarily faulty eyesight, he ends up taking a performing monkey to the circus, believing it is Pebbles.
Thursday, October 24th, 1963
6: The Flintstone Canaries
Fred forms a barbershop quartet to compete on the "Hum Along With Herman" television show, and in the process discovers that Barney is a natural lead tenor. The catch is that Barney can sing only when he's in the bathtub.
Thursday, October 31st, 1963
7: Glue for Two
Fred's formula for a new soft drink, which he hopes will make him rich, instead acts as a kind of glue. Not only does Fred get stuck to Barney, but both of them become affixed to Barney's bowling ball.
Thursday, November 7th, 1963
8: Big League Freddie
When Fred's performance for the Bedrock Quarry baseball team flounders, he is replaced by Roger who attracts the attention of Big League scouts, but since he is wearing Fred's uniform, the scouts try to sign up Fred.
Thursday, November 14th, 1963
9: Old Lady Betty
To earn enough money to buy Barney a surprise gift, Betty answers an ad for a job which specifies an elderly lady. Disguising herself, Betty gets the job, but discovers that her employers are counterfeiters.
Thursday, November 21st, 1963
10: Sleep on, Sweet Fred
Betty and Wilma employ a "sleep-teaching" method to try and turn Fred and Barney into perfect spouses. The plan goes awry, and the foursome are ultimately arrested as thieves. After pleading their cases in court, the wives are sentenced by the judge to twenty days of serving their "victimized spouses" breakfast in bed.
Thursday, November 28th, 1963
11: Kleptomaniac Pebbles
In a jewelry store to buy a birthday gift for Wilma, Fred and Pebbles unknowingly encounter jewel thief Baffles Gravel, who plants a priceless diamond bracelet on Pebbles. After finding the hot ice, Fred and Wilma try to get it back to the store before Pebbles "crime" is discovered.
Thursday, December 5th, 1963
12: Daddy's Little Beauty
Fred misconstrues an overheard conversation and enters Pebbles in a beauty contest, only to find out that the contest is for somewhat older "babes" instead of "babies." Overcoming the resistance of the contest coordinator, Fred enters Pebbles anyway, with surprising results.
Thursday, December 12th, 1963
13: Daddies Anonymous
Fred and Barney join an exclusive "fathers club," which offers hen-pecked husbands the chance to play poker under the guise of taking their children for afternoon walks. Fred has to do some fancy switching, though, when he rushes home one day with the wrong infant.
Thursday, December 19th, 1963
14: Peek-a-Boo Camera
Attending a premarital bachelor party for a Lodge buddy, rowdy Fred and Barney start dancing with the chorus girls in a nightclub, unaware that they are being filmed for television's "Peek-A-Boo Camera." The boys do everything possible to keep their wives from seeing the show when it airs on television, and almost succeed.
Thursday, December 26th, 1963
15: Once Upon a Coward
After being robbed without putting up a fight, Fred tries to prove that he is not a coward. Later, while bowling, he recognizes the voice of the robber and bowls him over, thus restoring his male pride.
Thursday, January 2nd, 1964
16: Ten Little Flintstones
Chaos reigns supreme when ten androids from another planet - all whom are dead-ringers for Fred - land in Bedrock causing havoc in an attempt to conquer the earth. When the alien master admits failure and recalls the androids, Fred is left to explain his odd behavior.
Thursday, January 9th, 1964
17: Fred el Terrifico
Vacationing in Rockapulco, Fred encounters international jewel thieves who plant a million dollars' worth of stolen diamonds on him to carry across the border. The deception is detected and Fred is offered a reward, and is subsequently arrested back home for failing to declare the reward money!
Thursday, January 16th, 1964
18: Bedrock Hillbillies
Fred inherits a shack in the hills from his hillbilly relatives, and with it a hundred-year-old feud with the Hatrock clan. Fred settles the feud by rescuing a Hatrock baby, by then starts it anew by insulting the Hatrock matriarch.
Thursday, January 23rd, 1964
19: Flintstone and the Lion
Fred befriends a kitten while on a fishing trip and decides to make a house pet of it, not realizing that the tiny kitten will grow up to be a full-sized lion, which begins eating the family out of house and home.
Thursday, January 30th, 1964
20: Cave Scout Jamboree
After stumbling upon an international gathering of scouts during a camping trip, Fred and Barney become the hit of the scout encampment, much to the dismay of Wilma and Betty when the boys visit them later in Bedrock.
Thursday, February 6th, 1964
21: Room for Two
After building a new room onto the Flintstone home, Fred and Barney start feuding. Fueling the rift is the fact that Barney cast the deciding vote against Fred for Water Buffalo of the Year, and Barney's discovery that half of Fred's new room is on his property.
Thursday, February 13th, 1964
22: Ladies' Night at the Lodge
Disguising themselves to gain entry into the all-male Water Buffalo Lodge meeting, Wilma and Betty argue that wives should be allowed to attend the meetings. But after going through painful initiation ceremonies as new members, they decide they are better off staying home.
Thursday, February 20th, 1964
23: Reel Trouble
Proud papa Fred shows his home movies of Pebbles to everyone, including two criminals who discover that he has captured them on film. But rather than sit through the films again, the criminals turn themselves in!
Thursday, February 27th, 1964
24: Son of Rockzilla
Thinking he will be discovered, Fred takes a job wearing a monster costume in a publicity stunt for a new horror movie. He creates the desired effect, frightens the townspeople, and falls into his own monstrous dilemma.
Thursday, March 5th, 1964
25: Bachelor Daze
The razing of the Honeyrock Hotel reminds Wilma and Betty of their courtships while working as hotel waitresses, at which time they mistook hellhops Fred and Barney for young millionaires.
Thursday, March 12th, 1964
26: Operation Switchover
After mocking Wilma's housekeeping efforts, Fred accepts her challenge to swap jobs for one day. He soon learns that a housewife's labors are tougher than he thought.
Thursday, September 17th, 1964
1: Hop Happy
Barney and Fred get a Hopparoo (a Stone Age kangaroo) for Bamm-Bamm as a pet. After causing momentary chaos for Fred, Hoppy is accepted and invited along on a picnic with the group, where he and Dino end up saving the families from near catastrophe.
Thursday, September 24th, 1964
2: Monster Fred
Conked on the head by a bowling ball, Fred awakens believing he is a baby. Barney then takes Fred to see Dr. Frankenstone, who has been experimenting with switching personalities in animals.
Thursday, October 1st, 1964
3: Itty Bitty Freddy
Inventor Fred comes up with a weight-loss potion that doesn't just shed pounds, it drastically reduces Fred's size. Capitalizing on the weird situation, Barney goes on "The Ed Sullystone Show" as a ventriloquist, with Fred acting as his dummy. But during the act, Fred returns to his normal size, and they are thrown off the show.
Thursday, October 8th, 1964
4: Pebbles' Birthday Party
In trying to organize a birthday party for his daughter and a Lodge party on the same night, Fred mixes things up. As a result, a clown shows up to the Lodge party, while dancing girls arrive at the Flintstones' home to entertain the tots.
Thursday, October 15th, 1964
5: Bedrock Rodeo Round-Up
Fred's ego takes a serious bruising when an old friend of Wilma's, rodeo champion Bony Hurdle, arrives in town for The Bedrock Rodeo and enchants young Pebbles, who even calls him "Dada." To win his daughter's affection back, Fred joins the rodeo himself.
Thursday, October 22nd, 1964
Fred is upset to learn he is the only company employee not invited to Mr. Slate's party. After reading the story of "Cinderelly" to Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm, he falls asleep and dreams that his fairy godmother appears to escort him to Slate's party. Fred's disappointment that it was all a dream turns to glee when Mr. Slate promotes him to foreman, explaining that a mysterious executive at the party recommended him.
Thursday, October 29th, 1964
7: A Haunted House is Not a Home
In order to collect an inheritance from is uncle, J. Giggles Flintstone, Fred must spend on night at his uncle's spooky mansion. He and Barney make it through the night (no thanks to the creepy servants), only to find that Giggles is very much alive, and merely testing Fred's worth as an heir. Fred blows any chance of an inheritance by chasing his uncle through the house in a maniacal rage.
Thursday, November 5th, 1964
8: Dr. Sinister
Fred and Barney are suddenly thrust into an international spy plot involving a mysterious stranger who passes them an envelope, then beautiful spy Madame Yes, and Dr. Sinister, a villain who seeks world power. The two escape the villains and their nefarious plot, but once home, their wives refuse to believe the wild tale.
Thursday, November 12th, 1964
9: The Gruesomes
Weirdly and Creepella Gruesome, along with their son Gobby, move into Tombstone Manor, next door to the Flintstones. Trying to be neighborly, Fred and Barney agree to babysit Gobby, whose strange pets make for a tortuously eventful evening.
Thursday, November 19th, 1964
10: The Most Beautiful Baby in Bedrock
When The Water Buffalos hold a baby contest, a fight breaks out between the Flintstones and the Rubbles over whose child is the most beautiful. Upset by all the bickering, Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm run away. Upon finding their children, the couples vow never again to fight.
Thursday, November 26th, 1964
11: Dino and Juliet
The Flintstones have a new neighbor: Mr. Loudrock! After tormenting Fred through practical jokes such as tickling his trapped feet, they go into a feud., which is only broken by Dino falling in love with Loudrock's dog. Eventually, she has puppies, and all is forgiven, and Loudrock and Flintstone live happily ever after.
Thursday, December 3rd, 1964
12: King for a Night
The King of Stonesylvania (who is naturally a look-alike for Fred) is in Bedrock to secure a ten million dollar loan for his country. He runs away and his assistants hire Fred to impersonate him. Barney encounters the king and, thinking it is the real Fred, is puzzled as to why he is acting so strangely.
Thursday, December 10th, 1964
13: Indianrockolis 500
Fred and Barney enter Barney's home-built car in the Indianrockolis 500, with Fred driving under the name "Googles Pisanno." They are disqualified when the car's tires disintegrate during the race, but gain a quick $5,000 for making a television commercial for Flintrock Wheels.
Thursday, December 17th, 1964
14: Adobe Dick
A Water Buffalo fishing trip turns exciting when Fred and Barney are swallowed by the feared whalesaurus Adobe Dick. They escape by tickling the beast until it laughs itself to sleep, and Barney photographs Fred standing next to it. But when they use the picture to prove their fish story, they discover that Barney has taken a great shot of his own finger.
Friday, December 25th, 1964
15: Christmas Flintstone
Fred works as a department store Santa to pick up some extra holiday cash. He is so successful that the real Santa Claus, who is ill, asks him to take over delivering toys on Christmas Eve. Fred does, but in his rush he forgets to deliver presents to his own house. To his delight, he finds Santa has already taken care of it.
Friday, January 1st, 1965
16: Fred's Flying Lesson
When Fred wins free flying lessons in a Lodge raffle, he dreams of starting a new career as an airplane pilot. Things do not go that smoothly, however, and when Fred is thrown out of the place over an army base, he has to talk co-pilot Barney and the plane down by radio.
Friday, January 8th, 1965
17: Fred's Second Car
Fred buys a second car at a police auction, unaware that the vehicle is also being sought by a gang of jewel thieves, who think stolen jewels are hidden inside. Fred is captured by the gang and sends Dino for help, then manages to escape. Wilma, Betty, and the police arrive on the scene just as the gang catches up with him a second time.
Friday, January 15th, 1965
18: Time Machine
While at the World's Fair, the Flintstones and the Rubbles laughingly step into a time machine, which they believe to be a hoax. But before long, they are transported to Ancient (but to them, future) Rome, Arthurian England, on board the ship of Christopher Columbus, and to Colonial America to meet Ben Franklin.
Friday, January 22nd, 1965
19: The Hatrocks and the Gruesomes
When Fred's hillbilly friends the Hatrocks come to visit, even the Gruesomes can't scare them away. Fred finally discovers their aversion to rock music, and uses it to chase them back to the hills.
Friday, January 29th, 1965
20: Moonlight and Maintenance
Tired of household chores, Fred moves his family to the fully automated Bedrock Towers, taking on the job of building custodian to help pay the rent. Problems result from the discovery that his own apartment is in the sub-basement, while his daytime boss, Mr. Slate, occupies the penthouse.
Friday, February 5th, 1965
21: Sheriff for a Day
While hunting out west for uranium, Fred and Barney manage to get themselves appointed sheriff and deputy in a town terrorized by an outlaw band. They (and the town) are saved through the intervention of the famous television western family, the Cartrocks, westerners from the Rockerosa.
Friday, February 12th, 1965
22: Deep in the Heart of Texarock
In order to help Fred's rich Uncle Tex (whose ranch is so large it has its own ocean) capture some rustlers, Fred and Barney dress up as a cowasaurus. The only problem is they attract the attentions of Carmen, a real female cowasaurus.
Friday, February 19th, 1965
23: The Rolls Rock Caper
Fred and Barney become the assistants of millionaire cop Aaron Boulder, only they chase the criminals while Boulder chases women. At the end Boulder reveals they are guest stars on his new show, "Smile, You're On My Favorite Crime."
Friday, February 26th, 1965
When costumed television hero Superstone cancels out of a personal appearance, Fred is hired to take his place. Criminals, meanwhile, plan to steal the box office receipts and frame Fred for it. With Barney's help, Fred manages to catch the crooks and prove his innocence.
Friday, March 5th, 1965
25: Fred Meets Hercurock
Impressed by Fred's physical strength, movie producer Go-Go Ravine hires him to play "Hercurock" in a new movie. After braving pterodactyls, charging mastodons, and a three-headed brontosaurus, though, Fred retires back to the safety of his day job at the rock quarry.
Friday, March 12th, 1965
26: Surfin' Fred
The quiet of the families' seaside weekend is shattered by a national surfing contest. Fred, however, gets caught up in surfin' fever, and ultimately has to be saved by Jimmy Darrock (voiced by James Darren), a surf music idol posing as a lifeguard.
Friday, September 17th, 1965
1: No Biz Like Show Biz
Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm develop remarkable musical talent, which is exploited by teen impresario Eppy Brianstone. Soon the tots have no time to their fathers, which prompt Fred and Barney to kidnap them. After a frightening police chase, Fred awakens and realizes the whole episode has been a dream.
Friday, September 24th, 1965
2: The House That Fred Built
When Wilma gets a letter from her mother saying that she is moving in with her favorite son-in-law and his wife, Fred begins refurbishing a dilapidated shack to house Mrs. Slaghoople. But soon Wilma learns that he mother was not referring to Fred, but her other daughter's husband. Fred is delighted, until he realizes how much he spent on the shack.
Friday, October 1st, 1965
3: The Return of Stony Curtis
Through a publicity contest, Wilma and Betty win movie star Stoney Curtis (voiced by Tony Curtis) as a "slave boy" for a day. Jealous Fred works him unmercifully, until Stoney offers him a job as his stand-in for a new movie. Fred quits his job and prepares for life as a star, which, of course, is not all it is cracked up to be.
Friday, October 8th, 1965
4: Disorder in the Court
A criminal named "The Mangler" vows revenge on Fred, the foreman of the jury (which included Barney) who put him away. When the criminal escapes from prison, the Flintstones and the Rubbles go into hiding. Through a series of mishaps, Fred actually manages to recapture "The Mangler."
Friday, October 15th, 1965
5: Circus Business
Hoping once again to strike it rich, Fred buys a circus. When the performers quit, Fred must put a show on himself with the help of Barney, Dino, and Hoppy, which he does successfully - so much that the performers return, and the former owner buys the big top back. To prove he is cured of get-rich-quick schemes, Fred passes up a chance to buy an oil well, which of course pays off.
Friday, October 22nd, 1965
Samantha and Darrin Stephens guest star from television's "Bewitched" (voiced by series star Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York). Darrin goes boating, while Samantha joins the Flintstones and the Rubbles for a camping trip, which ends up pitting the men against the women. Aided by Samantha's witchcraft, the women manage to out-do the men at every turn.
Friday, October 29th, 1965
7: The Great Gazoo
Fred and Barney discover a visitor from another planet, the two-foot high, green Gazoo, who becomes their servant. An evening out at an expensive restaurant, supposedly with Gazoo treating, becomes a nightmare as the alien disappears, leaving the Flintstones and the Rubbles to wash dishes to pay for the food.
Friday, November 5th, 1965
8: Rip Van Flintstone
Bored by his company picnic, Fred slips away to take a nap, and awakens twenty years later to discover that Barney has become millionaire B.J. Rubble, and that Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm have gotten married. Upon entering Wilma who is now living alone through Barney's largesse, Fred really awakens and realizes it was all a dream.
Friday, November 12th, 1965
9: The Gravelberry Pie King
When Fred is fired by Mr. Slate for fronting the other employees' list of grievances, he turns to pastry entrepreneur by selling Wilma's gravelberry pies. But soon the couple realize they are spending more in ingredients than they are making in profit. Ultimately, Wilma recoups the losses by selling the recipe to a supermarket tycoon.
Friday, November 19th, 1965
10: The Stonefinger Caper
A hackneyed spy movie turns serious when the villainous Stonefinger and his henchmen suddenly come to life and begin to menace Fred and Barney. It takes the magical powers of Gazoo to get the situation straightened out.
Friday, November 26th, 1965
11: The Masquerade Party
For his costume for the Water Buffalos' masquerade party, Fred picks a spaceman's uniform. Unfortunately, he goes out on a night when a local radio station has launched a publicity stunt about an invasion by space aliens, a stunt that backfires and creates a panic in the city.
Friday, December 3rd, 1965
Fred's hopping around and howling in pain after dropping a bowling ball on his foot is mistaken for a new hit dance, the Frantic. Invited on the television music show "Shinrock," Fred comes down with stage fright, until a jab from a misplaced pin gets him hopping and howling again.
Friday, December 10th, 1965
13: Royal Rubble
Barney is mistaken for the long lost Prince of Rockabia, which seems like good fortune until he learns that the sentence for abdication from the throne is death. The appearance of the real prince releases Barney from his royal ordeal.
Friday, December 17th, 1965
14: Seeing Doubles
Wanting to sneak out of a dinner date with their wives in order to bowl, Fred and Barney ask Gazoo for help. The little green alien creates clones of the boys, so that they can be in two places at once, resulting in the inevitable mix-ups.
Friday, January 7th, 1966
15: How to Pick a Fight with Your Wife without Really Trying
Gazoo's bad martial advice not only fails to help Fred and Wilma, it actually leads to their separation. The couple reunite only after they each have nightmares warning them that the other is in trouble.
Friday, January 14th, 1966
16: Fred Goes Ape
A mix-up at the pharmacy gives Fred pills that turn him into an ape. Barney is the only one to see this short-lived effect, which makes him wonder about his own health. But when the two dads take their kids to the zoo and Fred ends up in the monkey cage after taking another pill, his problem becomes apparent to all.
Friday, January 21st, 1966
17: The Long, Long, Long Weekend
Gazoo takes Fred on a trip to the twenty-first century, including a stop at Slate Rock and Gravel Company, where Fred learns that the interest on a $4.00 loan he took from Mr. Slate comes to more than $23-million! Upon returning to the Stone Age, Fred vows to repay the loan immediately.
Friday, February 4th, 1966
18: Two Men on a Dinosaur
On advice from Gazoo, Fred and Barney start winning big at the racetrack, and attract the attention of a dangerous bookie named Big Ed. Since he got them into this latest mess, Gazoo comes to their rescue.
Friday, February 11th, 1966
19: The Treasure of Sierra Madrock
Two con artists posing as gold miners sell Fred and Barney phony mine. Wilma and Betty find out and trick the con artists into buying the mine back, but Fred and Barney, convinced of its value, won't sell. Only the threats of the con men convince them to recover their investment and head back home.
Friday, February 18th, 1966
20: Curtain Call at Bedrock
Fred refuses to play the lead in the PTA show, "Romeorock and Julietstone," opposite Wilma, so she casts Barney instead. Feigning the mumps, Barney (who is terrible in the part) drops out, forcing Fred to take over. But then laryngitis causes Wilma to drop out, so Barney rushes back in, now playing Julietstone!
Friday, February 25th, 1966
21: Boss for a Day
Gazoo's intervention allows Fred to be boss of the quarry for the day, during which time he finds out there is more to the position than executive lunches and the feeling of power. At the end of the day, he realizes he would not really want to trade places with Mr. Slate.
Friday, March 4th, 1966
22: Fred's Island
Fred is delighted to be invited onto Mr. Slate's yacht, until he learns that he is there to paint it. Asking the Rubbles to join them, the couples start having so much fun on board that they forget the paint job and fail to notice the yacht has broken free and is drifting. Slate charges Fred with mutiny and piracy, but Fred redeems himself when he rescues the visitors to an island (including Slate) from a volcano.
Friday, March 11th, 1966
When Fred feigns a headache to get out of violin recital, Wilma invites her old flame Wilbur, who still carries a torch for her. Jealous Fred follows them to a dance, along with Barney and Gazoo. Fred asks Gazoo to change Barney into a dance partner, so he can make Wilma jealous in return.
Friday, March 18th, 1966
Performing seal dripper takes a liking to Barney, who soon finds himself involved in a plot to steal the aquatic attraction. The leader of the gang of thieves turns out to be Dripper's trainer, who is tired of the seal getting all the attention.
Friday, March 25th, 1966
25: My Fair Freddy
Fred is mistakenly granted membership to a swanky country club and asks Gazoo to turn him into a gentleman, a plan that involves taking ballet lessons, which makes him the laughingstock of the neighborhood. Finally Fred decides that he and Wilma should be themselves, and together they become the hit of the club.
Friday, April 1st, 1966
26: The Story of Rocky's Raiders
Fred relives the exciting adventures of his grandfather, flying ace Lt. Rocky Flintstone, and his sidekick Lt. Reggie Vanderrock, whose mission is to rescue the famous spy Mata Harrock from the clutches of Baron Von Rickenrock.