The Jetsons

Season 2 Episode 6

Family Fallout

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Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Sep 17, 1985 on ABC
9.0
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Family Fallout
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Mr. Spacely and his family are invited to appear on the game show Family Fallout. So he schemes to find a family dumb enough to compete against them which would be the Jetsons. Who wins the grand galactic prize and who gets zonked?

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  • Our survey said; laughter!

    9.4
    Seeing the Jetsons vs the Spaceleys competing on a game show was inter-planetery cool!



    The only rule they had was computers (Rosie) weren't allowed on the game show. And Astro had to pinch hit for Rosie.



    The funny part, the Jetsons won the prize they wanted while the Spaceleys ended up with a lifetime supply of Cogswell Cogs!
Gregg Berger

Gregg Berger

Additional Voices

Phil Hartman

Phil Hartman

Addiitional Voices

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Orbity (1984-1987)

Tony Pope

Tony Pope

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Chick Vennera

Chick Vennera

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Mel Blanc

Mel Blanc

Mr. Spacely

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: When Mr. Spacely uses the robot claw from his visaphone to bring George to the RUDI computer, the extended arm disappears once he's offscreen as well.

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Jane: Family Fallout?
      Judy: You know mother. It's that show where the M.C. goes around kissing everybody.
      Elroy: YUCK!!!
      George: Elroy, those "yuck" kisses could be worth 5 million dollars if you win.
      Rosie: I'm all puckered, Mr. J!
      George: Hold that pucker, Rosie! Mr. Spacely just got us a tryout. We're not on the show yet.
      Jane: Why do you suppose he's being so nice all of a sudden?
      George: You underestimate him, Jane. Underneath that sneaky, mean exterior lies a kind, caring human being.
      Rosie: I'd have to see the x-rays first.

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