The Flintstones: Season 1

Episodes

# Air Date Title
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…

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, trum…

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…

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 re…

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.

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 Fr…

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…

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…

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 wa…

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 Wil…

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…

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 t…

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…

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…

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 di…

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 volunte…

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 an…

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…

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…

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 unab…

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.…

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…

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 wiv…

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 planne…

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…

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 overni…

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…

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-fiv…

About The Flintstones

The Flintstones was a parody on modern suburban life, set in the Stone Age. The characters in the cartoon series all behaved and spoke in a contemporary manner, though they lived in the prehistoric city of Bedrock. Fred worked as operator of a dinosaur-powered crane at Rock Hard & Quarry Cave Construction Co. (slogan: “Own Your Own Cave and Be Secure”). Around their split-level cave the Flintstones enjoyed such conveniences as Wilma’s Stoneway piano, a hi-fi on which Fred could play his “rock” music (it consisted of a turntable and a bird with a long beak to serve as a needle), a vacuum cleaner (a baby elephant with a long trunk), and an automatic garbage disposal unit (a famished buzzard stashed under the sink). Their car, which sported tail fins, also
came equipped with steamroller wheels—to smooth out the rocky road.

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