Fred and Wilma switch places for a day so that each can see how hard the other's job really is.
The razing of a famed honeymoon hotel reminds the Flintstones and the Rubbles how the couples met.
Fred dresses as a monster as part of an advertising campaign for a new horror movie.
Fred antagonizes his friends with home movies of Pebbles, but in the process, he helps jail some thieves.
Betty and Wilma's curiosity gets the better of them and they decide to dress as men in order to see what goes on at Fred and Barney's lodge.
Fred and Barney's friendship is tested when they build an addition to the Flintstone house.
The Flintstones and Rubbles go camping, but their seclusion is ruined by Boy Scouts.
Fred befriends what he thinks is a kitten, but which soon grows into a troublesome lion.
Fred inherits a shack from his hillbilly relatives--along with their one-hundred-year-old feud.
While the Flintstones vacation in Rockapulco, jewel thieves hide a million dollars in stolen diamonds on Fred.
A flying saucer lands and ten robots, all modeled after Fred, begin their invasion of Earth.
Robbed without defending himself, Fred tries to prove to Wilma that he is not a coward.
Barney and Fred do an impromptu dance at a party and find that the frolic has been filmed for TV.
Fred and Barney join a club to avoid weekend chores, while their wives think they are out pushing baby carriages.
Fred is determined to enter Pebbles into a beauty contest even though Wilma hates the idea.
When a jewel thief places a valuable bracelet on Pebbles, Fred mistakenly believes that his daughter has "sticky fingers".
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.
The misadventures of a modern stone-age family and friends.
The Flintstones starring Rosie O'Donnell, Rick Moranis, John Goodman, Elizabeth Taylor