Joe: Hiya, Mrs. Flintstone. Is Flintstone around?
Wilma: Oh, uh, hello, Joe. Uh, eh, Fred?
Joe: Yeah, you know, your husband. Say, what's, uh, going on in the garage? (looks through garage window) Oh, no. Flintstone in tights doing a ballet? (laughs)
Wilma: Joe, Joe, wait. You wouldn't repeat this to anyone, would you?
Joe: Are you kidding? This is the scoop of the century!
(Joe leaves laughing)
Wilma: Oh, boy. And they call us women gossipy.
This episode was recorded on 10-20-65.
This was the last episode of the series to be produced.
The 'Duck Walk' song and dance is obviously borrowed from the 'Chicken Dance', which was composed in the 1950s.
Episode Title: My Fair Freddy
The episode's title and main story line of a person of low means learning how to pass themselves off in society were inspired by the Broadway play My Fair Lady which was adapted into a hugely successful movie in 1964,