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The Jetsons was Hanna-Barbera's Space Age counterpart to The Flintstones, a half-hour family sitcom projecting contemporary American culture and lifestyle into another time period. The Jetsons live in a futuristic utopia in the year 2062 of elaborate robotic contraptions, aliens, holograms, and whimsical inventions.
Astro is given the third degree when Cogswell suspects him to be party to a new Spacely Sprockets invention after he swallows Elroy's flying toy car.
When a new Cogswell Cogs office opens next door to Spacely Sprockets, George is put in charge of the property dispute, only to discover Spacely Sprockets is on Cogswell's property. Later retitled No Space for Sprockets.
Burnt out on housework, Jane takes a retreat at a futuristic dude ranch. (Note: Astro didn't appear in this episode, however he was replaced by an unnamed cat.)
When George and Astro witness the shooting of a crime TV show called "The Naked Planet" (take on The Naked City), they think they've witnessed a real robbery and go into hiding to keep from being shot for knowing too much.
Elroy accidentally gets a report card mix-up and gets 4 D's, an F, and an "H", so when his dad punishes him, he and Astro run away and join a mob run by Muggsy Megaton. Note: This episode featured a sort-of crossover with The Flintstones; A boy in Elroy's class—Kenny Countdown—has a TV Wristwatch which is showing part of a Flintstones episode, before it is confiscated by Ms. Brainmocker, the class's robot teacher.
Jean Vander Pyl(Rosie)
Mel Blanc(Cosmo C Spacely)
Janet Waldo(Judy Jetson)
Penny Singleton(Jane Jetson)
George O'Hanlon(George Jetson)
Howard Morris(Henry Orbit)
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