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 Episodes - Season 6 - 1965-1966


141. THE HOUSE THAT FRED BUILT (P-141)
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.


142. NO 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.


143. DISORDER IN THE COURT (P-143)
Written by Herb Finn and Alan Dinehart, Rec 4-23-65, Air 10-8-65

Jury foreman Fred fears for his life after he delivers a guilty verdict for vicious Mangler--who escapes from prison.


144. THE RETURN OF STONY CURTIS (P-144)
Written by Harvey Bullock and R. Allen, Rec 6-21-65, Air 10-1-65

Fred wins Stony Curtis's services in connection with the star's upcoming picture, "Slave Boy".

145. 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 10-15-65

Fred buys a circus, whose unpaid acts all walk out--leaving the Flintstones and Rubbles to fill in.


147. 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.


148. SAMANTHA (P-148)
Written by Harvey Bullock and R. Allen, Rec 6-24-65, Air 10-22-65

Unknowingly aided by the magic of their new neighbor Samantha, Wilma and Betty compete with Fred and Barney in the area of woodland survival.


149. THE GRAVELBERRY PIE KING (P-149)
Written by Herb Finn and Alan Dinehart, Rec 7-1-65, Air 11-12-65

Once again fired by Mr. Slate, Fred attempts to market Wilma's gravelberry pies, but finds he is losing money on the deal.


150. 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?


151. 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 party.


152. SHINROCK-A-GO-GO (P-152)
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.


153. 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.


154. 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.


155. HOW TO PICK A FIGHT WITH YOUR WIFE WITHOUT REALLY TRYING (P-155)
Written by Herb Finn and Alan Dinehart, Rec 8-4-65, Air 1-7-66

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.


156. TWO MEN ON A DINOSAUR (P-156)
Written by Walter Black, Rec 8-17-65, Air 2-4-66

Gazoo's dinosaur-race betting tips prove too accurate, and Fred and Barney are targeted by Big Ed and his bookies.


157. 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.


158. THE LONG, LONG, LONG WEEKEND (P-158)
Written by Herb Finn and Alan Dinehart, Rec 8-19-65, Air 1-21-66

Fred is skeptical of Barney's magazine about the future, until Gazoo transports the Flintstones and Rubbles there.


159. 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.


160. 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.


161. 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.


162. 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.


163. JEALOUSY (P-163)
Written by Harvey Bullock and R. Allen, Rec 9-24-65, Air 3-11-66

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.


164. DRIPPER (P-164)
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 (P-165)
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 adventures.


166. MY 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.

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