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Episodes 32

7.0

At the Races

1x8
November 18, 1960

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.

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The Drive-in

1x13
December 23, 1960

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.

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March 10, 1961

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.

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In the Dough

1x25
March 17, 1961

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.

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The Good Scout

1x26
March 24, 1961

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.

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April 7, 1961

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.

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September 22, 1961

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.

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The Missing Bus

2x3
September 29, 1961

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.

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Social Climbers

2x10
November 17, 1961

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.

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January 12, 1962

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.

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February 2, 1962

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.

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7.0

Trouble-In-Law

2x26
March 16, 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.

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Divided We Sail

2x29
April 6, 1962

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.

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April 30, 1962

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.

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September 14, 1962

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.

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September 28, 1962

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.

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Bowling Ballet

3x4
October 5, 1962

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.

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7.0

The Twitch

3x5
October 12, 1962

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.

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October 26, 1962

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.

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Baby Barney

3x9
November 9, 1962

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.""

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October 3, 1963

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.

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Dino Disappears

4x4
October 10, 1963

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.

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December 19, 1963

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.

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December 26, 1963

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.

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7.0

Room for Two

4x21
February 6, 1964

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.

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7.0

Son of Rockzilla

4x24
February 27, 1964

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.

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October 29, 1964

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.

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Adobe Dick

5x14
December 17, 1964

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.

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December 25, 1964

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.

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January 1, 1965

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.

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February 12, 1965

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.

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7.0

Circus Business

6x5
October 15, 1965

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.

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