The Flintstones

Season 6 Episode 15

How to Pick a Fight With Your Wife Without Really Trying

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jan 07, 1966 on ABC
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How to Pick a Fight With Your Wife Without Really Trying
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Gazoo's bad martial advice not only fails to help Fred and Wilma, it actually leads to their separation. The couple reunite only after they each have nightmares warning them that the other is in trouble.

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    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

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      • In Fred's dream of seeing a line of dancing girls who all appear as Wilma dressed in pink, the music played was used when dancing girls had showed up at Pebbles'birthday party by mistake.

      • Usually when Fred is shown shirtless, his chest is hairless, but this time you see a few strands of hair.

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      • Peytonrock Place was a reference to the mid-1960s nighttime soap opera, which introduced Mia Farrow and Ryan O'Neal. Peyton Place was originally a novel published in the 1950s but set in the 1930s. It was made into a theatrical film in 1957, with a sequel made in 1961. It was adapted as a series in the 1960s, but set during current day, and it was not a continuation of the movies. It was the first night-time soap, and aired for several nights in a row.

      • Episode Title: 'How to Pick a Fight With Your Wife Without Really Trying'

        The title is a take-off of the Broadway musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

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