The Flintstones

Season 5 Episode 8

Dr. Sinister

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Nov 05, 1964 on ABC
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Fred and Barney are suddenly thrust into an international spy plot involving a mysterious stranger who passes them an envelope, then beautiful spy Madame Yes, and Dr. Sinister, a villain who seeks world power. The two escape the villains and their nefarious plot, but once home, their wives refuse to believe the wild tale.moreless

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  • After watching a Jay Bondrock movie on televison, Fred and Barney begin to wonder what being a super spy would be like. While on a trip to the supermarket, they soon find out as they are thrust in a world of spies and life or death situations.moreless

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    Hello good lookings! "Dr. Sinister" is without a doubt the best episode of The Flintstones period. There's not a single negative thing to say about this episode, from the seductive Madame Yes to the evil madman Dr. Sinister and his remote volcano island to seeing how Fred and Barney manage to save the day. The episode is just loads of fun from start to finish. You probably will be doing judo chops after you finish watching it! I can't say enough what a terrific episode "Dr. Sinister" is. A judo chop, chop, chop!moreless
  • Nobody Does it Better!

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    Fred and Barney are going to the grocery store when emery spies kidnapped them and take them to a volcanic islland and it going to take them about an half hour to get off the island. this is another very good episode. It's episode like this one that is an indication that the series are getting better by each and every episode. the music score is better and the story is better. Even the music score is better. Not the canned music you get to hear. Madame Yes is such a good character. A better movie with Fred's a spy is "A Man Called Flintstone." That movie will come out later on afte rthis episode.moreless
Alan Reed

Alan Reed

(voice) Fred Flintstone

Mel Blanc

Mel Blanc

(voice) Barney Rubble/Dino

Don Messick

Don Messick

(voice) Bamm-Bamm Rubble

Gerry Johnson

Gerry Johnson

(voice) Betty Rubble

Jean Vander Pyl

Jean Vander Pyl

(voice) Wilma Flintstone/Pebbles Flintstone

Mel Blanc

Mel Blanc

Dr. Sinister/Boss

Recurring Role

Don Messick

Don Messick

Screen/Guy/Thug/Pit Guy

Recurring Role

Gerry Johnson

Gerry Johnson

Girl

Recurring Role

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    • (After seeing a man beaten up and pulled into a car)
      Barney: Gee, did you see that, Fred?
      Fred: Yeah. You suppose they were just giving him a lift?
      Barney: I don't know, but if it was me, I'd rather walk.

    • (Fred and Barney are on an airplane after being kidnapped)
      Barney: Hey, Fred, I'm really disappointed. I thought they served champagne on these flights.
      Fred: Barney, how can you joke at a time like this? We've been dive-bombed, beaten up, kidnapped, and right now we're over the middle of some ocean, and may never see our loved ones again.
      Barney: Hey, you know, Fred, that's your trouble. You always look at the dark side of things.
      Fred: Rubble, you're a nubble--a numbskull!

    • Fred: Listen, Madame Yes, our lives are in danger.
      Madame Yes: Please, I have no time for idle conversation. Did you tell them anything?
      Fred: Tell them what?! We don't know anything!

    • (After leaving Fred and Barney behind again)
      Madame Yes: Remember, don't tell them anything.
      Fred: But we don't know anything!

    • Madame Yes: Aha, good-lookings, you have found me.
      Fred: Uh-oh, Barney, it's that dame again.
      Barney: Help! Dr. Sinister! Save us! Help!

    • (Fred answers a knock at the door)
      Fred: Yes?
      Madame Yes: Good evening. I wonder if you can help me. My car has a flat tire and if you can just--
      Fred: Oh, no! Madame Yes! (slams door)
      Wilma: Fred!
      (Fred begins nailing heavy wood on the door)
      Wilma: Fred, where are your manners? That poor woman is in trouble.
      Barney: (joining Fred) Leave him alone, Wilma. He knows what he's doing.

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