The Flintstones find an old diary recounting the daring World War I exploits of Grandpa Rocky Flintstone, the "Flying Ace."
Fred learns a lesson in just being himself when he decides to join a swank country club.
A performing seal causes some slippery problems for Barney.
Jealous Fred follows Wilma and her old school friend, Wilbur, on an evening out.
Mr. Slate gives Fred's family use of his yacht for a day--with certain conditions.
Gazoo grants Fred's wish that he could be boss at the quarry for just one day.
Barney pretends to be sick so Fred will overcome his stage fright and play the lead in Wilma's production.
Two con artists trick Fred and Barney into buying a gold mine.
Fred and Barney get in trouble when Gazoo helps them pick the winners at the dinosaur races.
A glimpse of the 21st century, courtesy of Gazoo, makes Fred appreciate his own time.
When Fred gets the wrong pills at the pharmacy, he turns into an ape!
Fred and Barney feel their wives nag them too much and decide to live on their own.
Fred and Barney get Gazoo to make clones of them so that they can be in two places at once.
Barney is told he is a long lost Prince and must take his place on the throne--alongside his new harem!
When Fred hops around after his foot is hurt, a TV music show host thinks Fred has created a new dance.
Fred tries to win the lodge costume party for the sixth year in a row but is mistaken for a creature from space.
The Flintstones starring Rosie O'Donnell, Rick Moranis, John Goodman, Elizabeth Taylor
A Yabba Dabba Dynamite comedy for the whole family. Steven Speigelrock takes an all-star cast back to the Stone Age where Cliff Vandercave plots to steal a fortune from Slate and Co. using Fred as his fall guy.
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