Subverted with Ann Margrock, who was voiced by the real Ann-Margret. Not The Honeymooners with any sort of gimmick, just vanilla The Honeymooners. When the doctor examines his x-ray, Fred jokes "How 'bout that, Doc? Every character or locale on the show has one, based on some variant of "rock" or "stone. Downplayed later on thanks to Character Development as they both became more sweet-natured, although Wilma isn't above hitting Fred whenever he behaves in an exceptionally bad way, usually giving him a Dope Slap to keep him in line. Nero's "baby blue" eyes, visibly receding hairline, terrible rendition of Rodolphe Kreutzer's Etude No.
The show in its original run did not feature its famous "Meet the Flintstones" theme song until the third season. Fred isn't a bad person , per se , but he's not putting as much effort into the marriage as Wilma, who is often forced to suffer his tantrums and schemes. It could be explained that he lost it as he grew up, except it later came back in the TV movies. From the third season onward, with the completely revised "Meet the Flintstones" opening sequence. Betty apparently kept her pledge paddle, when asked what it was used for she simply took a big swing and said "Whacko" A number of times, including once where Fred and Dino swap bodies. This was the plot of the prime-time special "Fred's Final Fling". In "The Story of Rocky's Raiders", the final episode of the original series, Fred is reading from his grandfather's diary of Stone World War I and the adventures of Rocky's Raiders, which abruptly ends with no further writing. In one episode, Wilma, Betty and Barney are led to falsely believe Fred has an ailment that will kill him if he falls asleep. A few episodes appear to qualify, most notably the "Rip Van Flintstone" episode in which Fred dreams that he's slept for years and he finds a teenaged Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm getting ready to be married. There is a Western themed show that is resolved when a stone-age version of the Cartwright family , with no warning whatsoever, charge in out of nowhere to rescue the main characters. Fred is having some sort of problem, making him almost completely lethargic. Flintstone in an x-ray-ted picture! Not The Honeymooners with any sort of gimmick, just vanilla The Honeymooners. He reverts to a standardly intelligent non-talking cartoon animal in the next episode he features in and stays that way. Fred thinks there's an earthquake. Betty has the least amount of screentime among the four main characters and possibly has the weakest characterization of them all. Betty had a different hairstyle in the original pilot "The Flagstones"; itself an example , and in the first episode. In "The Time Machine", the Flinstones and the Rubbles' first stop is Imperial Rome, where the gladiatorial games in the Colosseum are stopped so that Emperor Nero can "entertain" the crowd on the violin. Turns out it was Bamm-Bamm inexplicably destroying an addition to Fred's house. Which may explain why for decades the syndicated version of the series transplanted the later theme song. Roxy and Chip from Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby. The screen fades to black just as the rocket is about to ascend into space. In the dream sequence from "Rip Van Flintstone", an elderly Fred walks to his house and decides to surprise Wilma. It is not related to the later slang term for testicles. It was extraordinarily rare to see any of the characters wearing any outfit other than what you see in the picture at the top of this page.
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