141. THE HOUSE THAT FRED BUILT
Written by Joanna Lee, Rec 3-2-65, Air 9-24-65
Fred and Barney restore an
old house for Fred's mother-in-law.
BIZ LIKE SHOW BIZ (P-142)
Written by Joanna Lee, Rec 4-13-65, Air 9-17-65
Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm's
miraculous singing ability leads to overnight stardom.
DISORDER IN THE COURT (P-143)
Written by Herb Finn and Alan Dinehart, Rec 4-23-65, Air
Jury foreman Fred fears for
his life after he delivers a guilty verdict for vicious
Mangler--who escapes from prison.
THE RETURN OF STONY CURTIS (P-144)
Written by Harvey Bullock and R. Allen, Rec 6-21-65, Air
Fred wins Stony Curtis's
services in connection with the star's upcoming picture,
THE GREAT GAZOO (P-145)
Written by Joanna Lee, Rec 6-17-65, Air 10-29-65
||Gazoo, a political exile
from the planet Zetox, is assigned to serve prehistoric
"dumb-dumbs" Fred and Barney.
146. CIRCUS BUSINESS (P-146)
Written by Herb Finn and Alan Dinehart, Rec 6-10-65, Air
Fred buys a circus, whose
unpaid acts all walk out--leaving the Flintstones and
Rubbles to fill in.
RIP VAN FLINTSTONE (P-147)
Written by Tony Benedict. Rec 6-15-65, Air 11-5-65
Fred falls asleep at the
quarry's annual picnic and finds himself in Bedrock's
future, where Barney is a millionaire, Pebbles and
Bamm-Bamm are married, and Wilma is a lonely old woman.
Written by Harvey Bullock and R. Allen, Rec 6-24-65, Air
Unknowingly aided by the
magic of their new neighbor Samantha, Wilma and Betty
compete with Fred and Barney in the area of woodland
THE GRAVELBERRY PIE KING (P-149)
Written by Herb Finn and Alan Dinehart, Rec 7-1-65, Air
Once again fired by Mr.
Slate, Fred attempts to market Wilma's gravelberry pies,
but finds he is losing money on the deal.
THE STONEFINGER CAPER (P-150)
Written by Joanna Lee, Rec 7-8-65, Air 11-19-65
Barney and Fred are
kidnapped by Stonefinger and his henchmen, who have
mistaken Barney for scientist Dr. Rockenheimer. Will Gazoo
rescue the boys?
THE MASQUERADE PARTY (P-151)
Written by Warren Foster, Rec 7-15-65, Air 11-26-65
The promotional campaign
for a new singing group, the Wayouts, has Bedrock's
panic-stricken populace fearful of an alien invasion--and
Fred is wearing a spaceman outfit for the Lodge costume
Written by Barry Blitzer, Rec 7-22-65, Air 12-3-65
Fred injures his foot and
creates a dance sensation, "The Frantic." "Shinrock"
host Jimmy O'Neillstone is so impressed he books Fred to
appear on the program.
ROYAL RUBBLE (P-153)
Written by Tony Benedict, Rec 7-27-65, Air 12-10-65
Barney is mistaken for
Stonyrock-arabian prince Barbaruba and given the royal
treatment, but Fred is suspicious.
SEEING DOUBLES (P-154)
Written by George O'Hanlon, Rec 8-3-65, Air 12-17-65
Fred and Barney go bowling
while "Fred and Barney nothing" (Gazoo- created
duplicates who can only say "Yes, yes, yes" and
"No, no no") take the wives to dinner.
HOW TO PICK A FIGHT WITH YOUR WIFE WITHOUT REALLY TRYING
Written by Herb Finn and Alan Dinehart, Rec 8-4-65, Air
A fight sparked by
differing beliefs as to which gender has "the
superior mind" causes Fred to move in with Barney,
and Betty to stay with Wilma.
TWO MEN ON A DINOSAUR (P-156)
Written by Walter Black, Rec 8-17-65, Air 2-4-66
betting tips prove too accurate, and Fred and Barney are
targeted by Big Ed and his bookies.
FRED GOES APE (P-157)
Written by Barry Blitzer, Rec 8-5-65, Air 1-14-66
The wrong bottle of pills
turns Fred into an ape instead of curing his sneezing.
THE LONG, LONG, LONG WEEKEND (P-158)
Written by Herb Finn and Alan Dinehart, Rec 8-19-65, Air
Fred is skeptical of
Barney's magazine about the future, until Gazoo transports
the Flintstones and Rubbles there.
THE TREASURE OF SIERRA MADROCK (P-159)
Written by Joanna Lee, Rec 8-20-65, Air 2-11-66
Fred and Barney are tricked
into purchasing a worthless claim of land. When they
suddenly find gold, the two con men who sold them the land
set about getting the claim back.
CURTAIN CALL AT BEDROCK (P-160)
Written by George O'Hanlon, Rec 9-7-65, Air 2-18-66
Fred turns down the leading
male role in "Romeorock and Julietstone", but
replacement Barney seems hopeless in the part.
BOSS FOR A DAY (P-161)
Written by Walter Black, Rec 9-13-65, Air 2-25-66
Gazoo lets Fred experience
what it's like to run the show for a change.
FRED'S ISLAND (P-162)
Written by Barry Blitzer, Rec 9-14-65, Air 3-4-66
Tricked into painting Mr.
Slate's yacht, Fred and Barney are cast adrift and find
themselves on a seemingly deserted island.
Written by Harvey Bullock and R. Allen, Rec 9-24-65, Air
Fred fakes a headache so he
can go bowling, but the thought of Wilma's old boyfriend
and new dinner date, Wilbur Terwilligerock, keeps him from
concentrating on his game.
Written by Barry Blitzer, Rec 10-1-65, Air 3-18-66
Dripper, a performing
sealosaurus, follows Barney home from the Oceanrock
Aquarium, but a pair of criminals have followed Dripper.
165. THE STORY OF ROCKY'S RAIDERS
Written by Joanna Lee, Rec 10-5-65, Air 4-1-66
The perusal of Grandpa
Flintstone's diary tells the story of his World War I
FAIR FREDDY (P-166)
Written by Tony Benedict, Rec 10-20-65, Air 3-25-66
The Flintstones are
accepted into the Stonyside Country Club when an overheard
conversation about Dino's lineage is misunderstood to be
about Fred's. Gazoo sets about helping Fred get culture.