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Join the fun in the town of Bedrock with the this fabulously famous modern Stone-Age family. Mowing the lawn with a saw-toothed dinosaur, showering with water sprayed from a woolly mammoth's trunk and eating brontosaurus burgers are everyday events for the lovable Fred and Wilma Flintstone and their friends Barney and Betty Rubble. Living in prehistoric times has its drawbacks, but the Flintstones and their neighbors survive in style. So have a yabba-dabba-doo time with the The Flintstones.
Fred and Barney write 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 later puts the poem to music and invites the Flintstones and Rubbles to a special dinner where the song is performed.
The Flintstones and Rubbles take care of Cousin Tumbleweed's ranch and come to enjoy being out west. Later, they "bust a bronco," get lost, and accidentally stumble into a filming of a western, but think they are in the middle of being robbed.
Dissatisfied at work, Fred quits the gravel pit and is soon hired to be a school-bus driver. On the first day, he realizes he might have made a mistake.
Fred and Barney have been eavesdropping on a new, mysterious neighbor and his wife. When the man brings over a trunk and asks Fred to keep it for him, Fred suspects the man's wife's body may be inside.
Fred thinks the key to winning the competition at the annual picnic is to team with Joe Rockhead instead of best pal Barney.
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.
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.
During the Flintstones's honeymoon, Fred gambled, but Wilma believes he's been cured of his habit. Then Arnold the newsboy tempts him to bet on a single marbles game. Can Wilma save Fred before he starts betting and losing all the furniture in the house?
While shopping, Betty and Wilma drop in at a drug store. A TV producer sees Wilma's hands and wants her in his next production. Sensing the next big deal, Fred becomes her manager and trainer and even risks his job to get his wife into show business. Is he ready to go too far for this?
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.
Wilma has hidden cash to purchase a gift for Fred: a bowling ball. Fred finds the cash and, believing the money itself to be his gift, takes it and goes to buy the bowling ball. However, back at home, Wilma believes she has been robbed and reports the disappearance of the money to the police. Feeling guilty, Fred wants to return the bowling ball and re-stash the money. Meanwhile, Arnold the newsboy smells something fishy.
Fred and Barney's latest spat results in Barney's decision to sell his house. A rich Texan is very interested in the property, and Fred must come up with a scheme to keep his old buddy as his neighbor.
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.
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.. 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.
Wilma's new cooking show on television is a hit with everyone except Fred, who's anything but a "happy pappy" as he's forced to go without Wilma's home-cooked meals.
There is a championship tournament at Bedrock Bowl and Fred must compete in it, but Wilma wants him to take her out that night. So Fred takes Wilma to a drive-in movie next door to the bowling alley. He manages to sneak in a bowl and return to her quickly. However, Wilma accidentally hurts Fred's thumb and Barney sticks the bowling ball atop Fred's swelling digit, which Fred then can't get out of the ball. Will he be able to get out of his lie to Wilma?
Fred and Barney save a guy named J. Montague Gypsum from throwing himself off the George Washingstone Bridge. In return, Gypsum offers to be their servant for life. But Gypsum is a con man who tries to take over the Flintstone household. Fred tries to come up with a plan whereby Gypsum can save Fred's life so that they can then be even and Gypsum can be sent on his way.
Fred's mother-in-law is visiting the Flintstones. When she threatens to make it a permanent arrangement, Fred is desperate to find someone for the widow to marry so that he can have his home back. He finds a likely match for her in a Texarock millionaire who suits the mother-in-law's fancy. But then Fred hears a rumor that there's a fake millionaire about who's fleecing unsuspecting widows.
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.
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.
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.
Wilma intends to donate Fred's old clothes to a rummage sale, but puts the box in Barney's car, leading Fred to believe that Barney stole his clothes and is a kleptomaniac.
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.
Fred gets a job offer after umpiring one of Barney's Little League team's games.
Bea Benaderet(Betty Rubble)
Don Messick(Bamm-Bamm Rubble)
Jean Vander Pyl(Pebbles Flintstone)
Alan Reed(Fred Flintstone)
Gerry Johnson(Betty Rubble)
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