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The Flintstones were the modern Stone Age family. Residing in Bedrock, Fred Flintstone worked an unsatisfying quarry job, but returned home to lovely wife Wilma and eventually daughter Pebbles. Fred, a big fan of golf and bowling, also enjoyed bullying neighbor Barney Rubble, while Barney's saucy wife Betty was best friends with Wilma. During the show's run, Barney and Betty would adopt an unnaturally strong son, Bamm-Bamm, who would become friends with little Pebbles. "The Flintstones," heavily inspired by "The Honeymooners," convinced a generation of children that dinosaurs and humans occupied the planet at the same time.

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aired 71 days ago
The Flintstones were the modern Stone Age family. Residing in Bedrock, Fred Flintstone worked an unsatisfying quarry job, but returned home to lovely wife Wilma and eventually daughter Pebbles. Fred, a big fan of golf and bowling, also enjoyed bullying neighbor Barney Rubble, while Barney's saucy wife Betty was best friends with Wilma. During the show's run, Barney and Betty would adopt an unnaturally strong son, Bamm-Bamm, who would become friends with little Pebbles. "The Flintstones," heavily inspired by "The Honeymooners," convinced a generation of children that dinosaurs and humans occupied the planet at the same time.
aired 71 days ago
The Flintstones were the modern Stone Age family. Residing in Bedrock, Fred Flintstone worked an unsatisfying quarry job, but returned home to lovely wife Wilma and eventually daughter Pebbles. Fred, a big fan of golf and bowling, also enjoyed bullying neighbor Barney Rubble, while Barney's saucy wife Betty was best friends with Wilma. During the show's run, Barney and Betty would adopt an unnaturally strong son, Bamm-Bamm, who would become friends with little Pebbles. "The Flintstones," heavily inspired by "The Honeymooners," convinced a generation of children that dinosaurs and humans occupied the planet at the same time.
aired 443 days ago
Fred and Barney fake an illness to attend a ballgame.
aired 443 days ago
Barney puts a stop to Fred's practical jokes.
aired 444 days ago
Fred's temper ignites a feud with the Rubbles.
aired 444 days ago
Fred finds Wilma's hidden cash and uses it to buy a bowling ball.
aired 445 days ago
Fred must entertain an attractive client while Wilma is away.
aired 445 days ago
Fred quits his job when Wilma gets discovered by a famous producer.
aired 446 days ago
A wager with a newsboy resurrects Fred gambling problem.
aired 446 days ago
X-ray mix-up results in Fred being treated for a dinosaur disease.
aired 447 days ago
Fred invites Barney and Betty to spend a week at his house.
aired 447 days ago
Fred drops Barney as a partner at the company's annual field day games.
aired 448 days ago
Fred tries to impress his boss at a high society costume ball.
aired 448 days ago
Fred and Barney are named judges for the lodge's beauty contest.
aired 449 days ago
Fred and Barney attend charm school to prepare for a reception.
aired 449 days ago
Fred lies to Wilma to explain his poker winnings.
aired 450 days ago
While attending night school, Fred quarterbacks the football team.
aired 450 days ago
Private detectives Fred and Barney become unwitting helpers in a bank robbery.
aired 451 days ago
Wilma fails to recognize a movie star whom Fred brings to dinner.
aired 451 days ago
Problems plague Fred and Wilma's second honeymoon.
aired 452 days ago
Fred suspects his mild-mannered neighbor is a spouse killer.

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