The Flintstones

Season 2 Episode 4

Alvin Brickrock Presents

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 06, 1961 on ABC
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Alvin Brickrock Presents
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When his neighbors' domestic fights suddenly end with the disappearance of the wife, Fred suspects Alvin Brickrock of foul play. After reading a detective magazine, he becomes convinced that Brickrock is really Albert Bonehart, wife-murderer.

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    Alan Reed

    Alan Reed

    (voice) Fred Flintstone

    Mel Blanc

    Mel Blanc

    (voice) Barney Rubble/Dino

    Bea Benaderet

    Bea Benaderet

    (voice) Betty Rubble

    Jean Vander Pyl

    Jean Vander Pyl

    (voice) Wilma Flintstone

    Elliott Field

    Elliott Field

    Alvin Brickrock

    Guest Star

    Mel Blanc

    Mel Blanc

    Porcupine/Dog

    Recurring Role

    Don Messick

    Don Messick

    Arnold

    Recurring Role

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      • Barney: Uh, say, Fred, ain't it time for the big fight?
        Fred: Hey, hey! I'm glad you remembered! You fix the chairs. I'll get the soda and the popcorn.
        Wilma: I didn't know there was a fight scheduled.
        Barney: Are you kidding? Tonight's for the Championship. Oh, it should be a real grudge bout.
        Betty: Heavyweight or lightweight?
        Barney: Both. A heavyweight versus a lightweight.
        Wilma: Why are you putting the chairs over there by the window? The TV set is here.
        Fred: This is not on TV. It's a closed circuit.
        Betty: But who's fighting?
        Barney: The new neighbors--Mrs. and Mr. Brickrock.
        Wilma: Fred, you don't intend to eavespeep.
        Fred: Ho ho ho! I wouldn't miss tonight's bout for anything. Those two have been putting on the greatest fight of the century. Last night's bout was a doozy--did you ever hear such hysterics? All that screaming and shrieking in that high voice.
        Barney: Yeah, I thought he'd never stop.
        Betty: Oh, that's terrible. You mean, that meek little man hits his wife?
        Fred: No. In the last 3 bouts, he didn't even lay a glove on her. He's strictly a defensive fighter.
        Barney: You'd think she'd let him win once in a while just to keep up his interest.

      • Wilma: (to Alvin Brickrock) Do you know the Rubbles?
        Barney: Uh, we've never met, but I've admired your footwork many, many times.
        Betty: Uh, uh we--we've been trying to drop in on your wife. Now it looks like we'll just have to meet her to say good-bye.
        Alvin Brickrock: I'm afraid that won't be possible. I had to send Agatha off ahead of me. She didn't like the idea of leaving. She fights moving.
        Barney: I'll say.

      • (After reading about Albert Bonehart)
        Fred: Good evening?!
        Wilma: What?
        Fred: Good evening! Good evening!
        Wilma: I said good night, Fred.
        Fred: I mean Alvin Brickrock.
        Wilma: He said good night, too.
        Fred: B-but--ooh--h-he borrowed my shovel!
        Wilma: Really, Fred. He's only had the shovel 45 minutes. You're not gonna start nagging him already.

      • Fred: Hey Barney, read that on the trunk! What does it say?
        Barney: This end up?
        Fred: Not that, the initials!
        Barney: A.B., Alvin Brickrock!
        Fred: Or Albert Bonehart.
        Barney: Alias Bluebeard!
        Fred: Or Agatha Brickrock!

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