The Flintstones

Season 6 Episode 7

The Great Gazoo

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 29, 1965 on ABC
9.0
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The Great Gazoo
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Fred and Barney discover a visitor from another planet, the two-foot high, green Gazoo, who becomes their servant. An evening out at an expensive restaurant, supposedly with Gazoo treating, becomes a nightmare as the alien disappears, leaving the Flintstones and the Rubbles to wash dishes to pay for the food.moreless

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  • While Fred and Barney are out on the road, a meteor crashes to Earth and barely misses Fred's car. The meteor turns out to be a spacecraft containing a little green man named Gazoo. Gazoo has been banished to earth and now must serve Fred and Barney.moreless

    9.2
    The death of Harvey Korman (Who was the voice of Gazoo) in June 2008 prompted me to take a look at this episode again. While he was only featured on the show for a short time, The Great Gazoo was a welcome addition to "The Flintstones." He provided some very good jokes and very clever dialouge while in the service of those two "dum-dums." While the storyline was a bit predictable (It was obvious Gazoo would not appear to give Fred and Barney the money for the bill), the episode was still funny and very entertaining. Definitely worth your time.moreless
  • A green smart-alikey alien comes to Fred and Barney's service, granting their every wish, but theres, one catch, only those two can see him. How silly!

    6.7
    Fred and Barney meet an alien named Gazoo, sarcastic and refers to them as "dumb-dumbs". This episode is alright but, what the heck has happened to "The Flintstones"?! The show used to be, despite having possibly the most continuity problems than any other show, was realistic, with some humor added of course, now it's just some preschool television show, not expanding to the teenage and adult audience as it used to. Don't get me wrong, the show was still good, but I think they should've dropped Gazoo and thought of something else.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

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  • QUOTES (7)

    • (Fred is wondering why Wilma is behaving so nicely)
      Fred: A: There's a contest for the Fattest Husband in Bedrock, and she's entering me.
      B: She had an accident with the car.
      C: She wants something.
      Wilma: Oh, Fred, I was wondering...
      Fred: The Cs have it. She wants something.

    • (After Wilma asked could the group go to a restaurant called the Chateau Rockinbleau)
      Fred: Wilma, it costs a week's salary just to tip the parking lot boy in that place. We can't afford it! The answer is absolutely no!
      Wilma: We don't ask things very often.
      Fred: Positively no.
      Wilma: Please? Pretty please?
      Fred: Definitely...maybe.

    • Barney: (about their wives) The trouble is, they don't ask for things very often. I didn't know what to say.
      Fred: Barney, you got to be firm. It won't be just a dinner and the tips. It'll mean a babysitter, and a new dress, and a hairdo.
      Barney: Yeah, I know, I know. So what did you tell Wilma?
      Fred: I gave her a firm, definite...maybe.
      Barney: (chuckles) Yeah. That's what I said. I was firm, too.

    • (Gazoo helped Fred and Barney get rid of their things to avoid getting in trouble with a police officer)
      Policeman: (while writing a ticket) Let's see. Um, what else? Uh, oh, yeah. Citation Number 3: Blocking the road.
      Fred: Blocking the road? Why, Officer, whatever do you mean?
      Policeman: All that stuff is...gone. Huh? (closes his eyes) I'll open my eyes and it'll be there again. (opens them) It's still gone. What happened to it?
      Fred: Happened to what?
      Policeman: I saw toys and clothes, furniture! I saw it. I really did. (gets on his bike) I'm not overworked. I don't need a vacation. But I know one thing, I'm getting out of here!

    • (After Gazoo makes a policeman's bike disappear)
      Fred: What do you think you are, a comedian or something?
      Gazoo: Irresistible impulse.
      Barney: No wonder they shipped you back.

    • Gazoo: Well, now, who do we have here? What's your name, little fella?
      Bamm-Bamm: Bamm-Bamm. (gives Gazoo one of his strong handshakes) Bam! Bam! Bam Bam! Bam!
      Gazoo: Gads! What superhuman strength.
      Barney: Why not? That's my superhuman kid. His name's Bamm-Bamm.
      Fred: Tell you something else that's superhuman--he can see you.
      Gazoo: Oh, yes, I forgot to mention...little children and animals can see things the rest of you dumdums can't.

    • Wilma: Fred, is something wrong?
      Barney: (to Fred) I, uh, think it's a good time to open the presents.
      Wilma: You're acting very strange, Fred.
      Betty: Frankly, you both got us worried.
      Wilma: Something's going on and we don't like it. Presents?
      Betty: What presents?

  • NOTES (2)

    • Wilma and Betty are the only main characters who cannot see Gazoo since, aside from Fred and Barney, young children and animals (such as Pebbles, Bamm-Bamm, Dino, and later, Hoppy) are the only ones who can see him.

    • This episode was recorded on 6-17-65.

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