The misadventures of two modern-day Stone Age families, the Flintstones and the Rubbles.The Flintstones featuring Mel Blanc and Alan Reed has one or more episodes available for purchase on iTunes, available for purchase on Google Play, available for purchase on Prime Video, and 3 others. It's an animation and children show with 169 episodes over 6 seasons. The Flintstones is no longer running and has no plans to air new episodes or seasons. It has a better than average IMDb audience rating of 7.5 (28,548 votes).
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Season 1Rent or Buy
S01 E01Oct 1, 1960
The Flintstone Flyer Oct 1, 1960 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 for a night of fun. They almost get away with their scheme, until loose-lipped Barney gives away their night's activities.
S01 E02Oct 8, 1960
Hot Lips Hannigan Oct 8, 1960 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, trumpeter Hot Lips Hannigan, is performing. The jazz is cool until the wives show up to teach their wayward husbands a lesson.
S01 E03Oct 15, 1960
The Swimming Pool Oct 15, 1960 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 neighbor's pool parties.
S01 E04Oct 22, 1960
No Help Wanted Oct 22, 1960 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 repossess Fred's television! Unwilling to betray his friend, Barney pays off Fred's delinquent television bill with his first paycheck.
S01 E05Oct 29, 1960
The Split Personality Oct 29, 1960 A conk on the head turns Fred into an aristocratic sophisticate, whose behavior manages to disrupt the entire city of Bedrock.
S01 E06Nov 5, 1960
The Monster from the Tar Pits Nov 5, 1960 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 Fred's real problems begin when Wilma and Betty audition for roles in the film and end up going ga-ga upon meeting movie stars Rock Pile and Wednesday Tuesday.
S01 E07Nov 12, 1960
The Babysitters Nov 12, 1960 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 befriends Joe's pet runtosaurus and dresses the creature up in his baby clothes, which results in chaos when the pet--whom Fred and Barney mistake for the baby--escapes from the house and dashes up a tree.
Season 2Rent or Buy
S02 E01Sep 16, 1961
The Hit Song Writers Sep 16, 1961 After discovering that Barney is a closet poet, Fred manages to link him up with songwriter Hoagy Carmichael and the three set out to write a hit song. The resultant tune garners the boys a moment of fame as songwriters.
S02 E02Sep 23, 1961
Droop Along Flintstone Sep 23, 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.
S02 E03Sep 30, 1961
The Missing Bus Sep 30, 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.
S02 E04Oct 7, 1961
Alvin Brickrock Presents Oct 7, 1961 When his neighbors' domestic fights suddenly end with the disappearance of the wife, Fred suspects Alvin Brickrock of foul play. After reading a detective magazine, he becomes convinced that Brickrock is really Albert Bonehart, wife-murderer.
S02 E05Oct 14, 1961
Fred Flintstone Woos Again Oct 14, 1961 Needled by Wilma about his lack of romanticism, Fred takes his wife on a second honeymoon to Rock Mountain Inn, accompanied by the Rubbles. When the Flintstones learn that the official, Judge Wedrock, who married them was never licensed, Wilma takes advantage of the situation by making Fred court her all over again.
S02 E06Oct 21, 1961
The Rock Quarry Story Oct 21, 1961 Movie star Rock Quarry has had enough of Hollyrock, and decides to move to Bedrock, where he is stalked by star-struck Wilma and Betty for an autograph. Meanwhile, Fred has an auto collision with the actor and invites him home to dinner, where he is recognized by Wilma despite his insistence that he is not Rock Quarry.
S02 E07Oct 28, 1961
The Soft Touchables Oct 28, 1961 Part-time detectives Fred and Barney take their first case from Dagmar, The Peroxide Kid, who is really working for Boss Rockhead, a crook posing as a bank president. Rockhead stations Fred and Barney as bank guards while he and his gang transport the money to a ""safe place.""
Season 3Rent or Buy
S03 E01Sep 15, 1962
Dino Goes Hollyrock Sep 15, 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.
S03 E02Sep 22, 1962
Fred's New Boss Sep 22, 1962 When Barney loses his job, Fred approaches Mr. Slate about hiring his friend for the quarry. He is mortified, however, when Barney lands the position of vice president, and becomes Fred's boss!
S03 E02Sep 21, 1962
Fred's New Boss Sep 21, 1962 Barney ends up being Fred's boss at the quarry.
S03 E03Sep 29, 1962
Invisable Barney Sep 29, 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.
S03 E04Oct 6, 1962
Bowling Ballet Oct 6, 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.
S03 E05Oct 13, 1962
The Twitch Oct 13, 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.
S03 E06Oct 20, 1962
Here's Snow in Your Eyes Oct 20, 1962 The Lodge delegates Fred and Barney depart for a convention at Stone Mountain Ski Resort, leaving their disappointed wives at home. The girls congratulate themselves on being so understanding until they become involved in a big diamond theft and beauty contest at the resort.
Season 4Rent or Buy
S04 E01Sep 20, 1963
Ann Margrock Presents Sep 20, 1963 Fred and Barney learn that local talent is being sought for the Bedrock Bowl's premiere event, a television special starring Ann-Margrock (voiced by Ann-Margret). The boys go home and prepare for an audition, and are aided by Ann-Margrock herself (whom they fail to recognize), who comes in to the Flintstones' home to use the phone after her car breaks down.
S04 E02Sep 27, 1963
Gloom Groom Sep 27, 1963 Frustrated that paperboy (and part-time babysitter) Arnold always beats him at table-tennis, Fred has a nightmare in which an older Arnold elopes with his grown-up daughter Pebbles.
S04 E03Oct 4, 1963
Little Bamm-Bamm Oct 4, 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.
S04 E04Oct 11, 1963
Dino Disappears Oct 11, 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.
S04 E05Oct 18, 1963
Fred's Monkeyshines Oct 18, 1963 After Wilma insists that Fred have his eyes examined, he mistakenly puts on the wrong pair of prescription lenses. As a result of his temporarily faulty eyesight, he ends up taking a performing monkey to the circus, believing it is Pebbles.
S04 E06Oct 25, 1963
The Flintstone Canaries Oct 25, 1963 Fred forms a barbershop quartet to compete on the ""Hum Along With Herman"" television show, and in the process discovers that Barney is a natural lead tenor. The catch is that Barney can sing only when he's in the bathtub.
S04 E07Nov 1, 1963
Glue for Two Nov 1, 1963 Fred's formula for a new soft drink, which he hopes will make him rich, instead acts as a kind of glue. Not only does Fred get stuck to Barney, but both of them become affixed to Barney's bowling ball.
Season 5Rent or Buy
S05 E01Sep 18, 1964
Hop Happy Sep 18, 1964 Barney and Fred get a Hopparoo (a Stone Age kangaroo) for Bamm-Bamm as a pet. After causing momentary chaos for Fred, Hoppy is accepted and invited along on a picnic with the group, where he and Dino end up saving the families from near catastrophe.
S05 E02Sep 25, 1964
Monster Fred Sep 25, 1964 Conked on the head by a bowling ball, Fred awakens believing he is a baby. Barney then takes Fred to see Dr. Frankenstone, who has been experimenting with switching personalities in animals.
S05 E03Oct 2, 1964
Itty Biddy Freddy Oct 2, 1964 Inventor Fred comes up with a weight-loss potion that doesn't just shed pounds, it drastically reduces Fred's size. Capitalizing on the weird situation, Barney goes on ""The Ed Sullystone Show"" as a ventriloquist, with Fred acting as his dummy. But during the act, Fred returns to his normal size, and they are thrown off the show.
S05 E04Oct 9, 1964
Pebbles' Birthday Party Oct 9, 1964 In trying to organize a birthday party for his daughter and a Lodge party on the same night, Fred mixes things up. As a result, a clown shows up to the Lodge party, while dancing girls arrive at the Flintstones' home to entertain the tots.
S05 E05Oct 16, 1964
Bedrock Rodeo Round-Up Oct 16, 1964 Fred's ego takes a serious bruising when an old friend of Wilma's, rodeo champion Bony Hurdle, arrives in town for The Bedrock Rodeo and enchants young Pebbles, who even calls him ""Dada."" To win his daughter's affection back, Fred joins the rodeo himself.
S05 E06Oct 23, 1964
Cinderella Stone Oct 23, 1964 Fred is upset to learn he is the only company employee not invited to Mr. Slate's party. After reading the story of ""Cinderelly"" to Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm, he falls asleep and dreams that his fairy godmother appears to escort him to Slate's party. Fred's disappointment that it was all a dream turns to glee when Mr. Slate promotes him to foreman, explaining that a mysterious executive at the party recommended him.
S05 E07Oct 30, 1964
A Haunted House is Not a Home Oct 30, 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.
Season 6Rent or Buy
S06 E01Sep 18, 1965
No Biz Like Show Biz Sep 18, 1965 Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm develop remarkable musical talent, which is exploited by teen impresario Eppy Brianstone. Soon the tots have no time to their fathers, which prompt Fred and Barney to kidnap them. After a frightening police chase, Fred awakens and realizes the whole episode has been a dream.
S06 E02Sep 25, 1965
The House that Fred Built Sep 25, 1965 When Wilma gets a letter from her mother saying that she is moving in with her favorite son-in-law and his wife, Fred begins refurbishing a dilapidated shack to house Mrs. Slaghoople. But soon Wilma learns that he mother was not referring to Fred, but her other daughter's husband. Fred is delighted, until he realizes how much he spent on the shack.
S06 E03Oct 2, 1965
The Return of Stony Curtis Oct 2, 1965 Through a publicity contest, Wilma and Betty win movie star Stoney Curtis (voiced by Tony Curtis) as a ""slave boy"" for a day. Jealous Fred works him unmercifully, until Stoney offers him a job as his stand-in for a new movie. Fred quits his job and prepares for life as a star, which, of course, is not all it is cracked up to be.
S06 E04Oct 9, 1965
Disorder in the Court Oct 9, 1965 A criminal named ""The Mangler"" vows revenge on Fred, the foreman of the jury (which included Barney) who put him away. When the criminal escapes from prison, the Flintstones and the Rubbles go into hiding. Through a series of mishaps, Fred actually manages to recapture ""The Mangler.""
S06 E05Oct 16, 1965
Circus Business Oct 16, 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.
S06 E06Oct 23, 1965
Samantha Oct 23, 1965 Samantha and Darrin Stephens guest star from television's ""Bewitched"" (voiced by series star Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York). Darrin goes boating, while Samantha joins the Flintstones and the Rubbles for a camping trip, which ends up pitting the men against the women. Aided by Samantha's witchcraft, the women manage to out-do the men at every turn.
S06 E07Oct 30, 1965
The Great Gazoo Oct 30, 1965 Fred and Barney discover a visitor from another planet, the two-foot high, green Gazoo, who becomes their servant. An evening out at an expensive restaurant, supposedly with Gazoo treating, becomes a nightmare as the alien disappears, leaving the Flintstones and the Rubbles to wash dishes to pay for the food.