The Flintstones

Season 6 Episode 14

Seeing Doubles

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Dec 17, 1965 on ABC



  • Trivia

    • Fred's car license number is 26537.

    • The location of the park bench appears to be different throughout the episode. In the middle of the episode, Fred says it is six miles from home, but then at the end, he and Barney get there very quickly from the house, and they don't appear to have driven there.

  • Quotes

    • Gazoo: Now, hear this, Fred and Barney Nothing. While you are Flintstone and Rubble, you'll be able to say only one word each. You, Fred, will only say yes. And you, Barney, will only say no. Is that clear?
      Fred Nothing: Yes. Yes. Yes.
      Barney Nothing: No. No. No.
      Gazoo: Good. Good. Good.
      Barney: My nothing doesn't understand. He said "No. No. No."
      Fred: Don't be so dumb, Barn. That's all he can say. When he says no, he don't mean no.
      Barney: No?
      Fred: No!
      Barney: Well, what does he mean?
      Fred: He means yes!
      Barney: Yes, what?
      Fred: Not "Yes, what," yes, no! You see, if he...he...forget it, Barn!

    • Betty: Barney, did you order the champagne?
      Barney: Uh, no. I thought it was a little too expensive.
      (Waiter arrives with champagne)
      Waiter: The champagne you ordered, sir.
      Fred: Ooh, boy.
      Barney: I'm sure I said no, no, no.
      Fred: Yeah, but I, no doubt, said yes, yes, yes.

    • Fred: Wilma, honey, I can explain everything.
      Wilma: You don't have to explain. Mr. Slate told us all about those clumsy waiters. Were you hurt?
      Fred: Hurt? Why...uh, uh, well...
      Barney: Uh, uh, we went into shock.
      Fred: Yeah, yeah, that's right. We found ourselves wandering down the road.
      Wilma: Oh, you poor dears. We'll get you right home and take care of you. Incidentally, Mr. Slate paid the check.
      Fred: Well, that was darn nice of him.
      Barney: Boy, that's good news.
      Betty: He said he'd take it out of Fred's salary, a little each week.
      Fred: He always was a...cheapskate!

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