The Flintstones

Fred Strikes Out

Season 2, Ep 24, Aired 3/20/62
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  • Episode Description
  • Once more, Fred forgets the anniversary of the night he proposed to Wilma. After being chastised by Wilma, he agrees to take her on a date to the movies, but she wants to go on the same night he is supposed to be captaining his bowling team in the bowling alley, Fred tries to do both.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Alan Reed

    (voice) Fred Flintstone

  • Mel Blanc

    (voice) Barney Rubble/Dino

  • Bea Benaderet

    (voice) Betty Rubble

  • Jean Vander Pyl

    (voice) Wilma Flintstone

  • Joanna Lee

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • (Fred is trying to guess what's troubling Wilma) Fred: It's not your birthday? It's not my birthday? I don't see anything from your mother, so it's not our anniversary. Wilma: Don't remind me--throwing out that beautiful plant she sent last year. Fred: It was poison ivy, and I won't take that from anyone!

    • Fred: If I don't take Wilma to the movies tonight, she's going home to live with her mother. Barney: (while weightlifting) Well--6, 7, 8--that's one way to keep her mother--10, 11, 12--from coming to live with you. Fred: Barney, are you going to help me or not? Barney: Uh, sure, Fred, sure. Now tell me your problem. Fred: I already told you! Barney: Yes, sir, it's just like Rock Whammy says. "A fat man is a grouchy man." Fred: WHO'S GROUCHY?! I'M PERFECTLY CALM!

    • (Fred berates Wilma for taking a newspaper quiz that claims he's a "beast" to her...) Fred: You mean to tell me you take that stuff seriously? Wilma: (somewhat hurt) There must be something to it, if you could forget what tonight is... Fred: (exploding) Tonight is the night you're gonna nag me to death, that's what's tonight is! (Wilma starts crying again)

    Notes (2)

    • This episode was recorded on 9-7-61.

    • The first episode written by Joanna Lee, who wrote more than anyone else except Warren Foster.

    Trivia (3)

    • The men's club this time is completely different. It's the Exulted Lodge of Elegant Elks.

    • This time, it's the Flintstones eighth anniversary.

    • Wilma's voice is a little nasal. It sounds like Jean VanderPyl may have had a cold when she recorded this.

    Allusions (2)

    • The movie actor mentioned this time is Stony Gherkins (Tony Perkins).

    • This episode is a remake of The Honeymooners episode entitled 'The New Bowling Ball,' from Sept. 20, 1952.

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