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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Mighty Megalosaurus

26 April 1991
Earl tells Baby the story of how he came into the world... a story in which he asks for a raise from Mr. Richfield and has to choose between buying Fran a new cookware set or buying himself a 90-inch television set.

Season 1, Episode 2: The Mating Dance

3 May 1991
Fran grows sick of her marital life, but Earl has no idea what the real problem is. So she leaves for a while in order for Earl to better himself, which he does by taking a class on the so-called "Mating Dance."

Season 1, Episode 3: Hurling Day

10 May 1991
It is a dinosaur custom that when they turn 72, they are to be hurled off a cliff into a tar pit. Ethyl's time is coming near, and Earl (as the ceremonial son-in-law) is looking forward to tossing her... until Robbie realizes Ethyl still has a lot to live for.

Dave Goelz ... Earl Sinclair

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair
Mitchel Evans ... Fran Sinclair (as Mitchel Young Evans)

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair / B.P. Richfield

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair / Ethyl Phillips / Dinosaur Chief (voice)
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
David Greenaway ... Roy Hess

Pons Maar ... Roy Hess

Sam McMurray ... Roy Hess (voice)

Sherman Hemsley ... B.P. Richfield (voice)

Florence Stanley ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips (voice)

Harold Gould ... Dinosaur Chief (voice)

Terri Hardin ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Arlene Lorre ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Michelan Sisti ... Mr. Ugh (voice)

Frank Welker ... Animals' vocal effects (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: High Noon

17 May 1991
At the market, a t-rex named Gary hits on Fran, then-- according to dinosaur law-- shows up outside the house one day to challenge Earl to a fight to the death. The prize: Fran.

Season 1, Episode 5: The Howling

24 May 1991
The Howling is a sacred dinosaur tradition in which, to avert prophesied disaster, male dinosaurs of age climb a cliff and howl at the moon. But when Robbie refuses to participate, it looks like he has, in fact, brought about the apocalypse!

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Golden Child

18 September 1991
A massive sugar high has Baby bouncing off the walls, which is how he gets a mysterious bump that morphs into a majestic golden horn. It turns out that the horn is the sign of the prophesied leader of the dinosaurs, so Baby becomes the king... which is perfectly fine with Earl.

Season 2, Episode 2: Family Challenge

25 September 1991
Fran thinks that the family spends far too much time in front of the TV. So when a freak accident destroys it, she sees it as a blessing-- but Earl is looking for another way out. So he enters the family in a game show in which the prize is a deluxe television set.

Season 2, Episode 3: I Never Ate for My Father

2 September 1991
Earl insists Robbie isn't acting carnivorous enough, so the teen stages a protest by becoming-- gasp!-- a vegetarian.
Steven Banks ... Folk Singer (voice)

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair / Grandma Ethyl Phillips (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Dave Goelz ... Earl Sinclair
David Greenaway ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Dave Greenaway)

Terri Hardin ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Brian Henson ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair / Folk Singer
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair
Arlene Lorre ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Pons Maar ... Fran Sinclair

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair / Folk Singer

Florence Stanley ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips (voice)

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Season 2, Episode 4: Charlene's Tale

9 October 1991
Charlene notices that the other females are getting their tails before her. So while Fran tries to teach her that a beautiful body doesn't make a beautiful mind, Charlene thinks of quick fixes and the males in the house tease.

Season 2, Episode 5: Endangered Species

16 October 1991
It's Fran and Earl's twentieth anniversary. To make it very special, Earl buys a delicacy for dinner: a species called grapdelites, who, thanks to his fellow snackers, are virtually extinct. While Earl desperately tries to keep everybody's prying paws off of his, Robbie fights to save their species.

Season 2, Episode 6: Employee of the Month

23 October 1991
To drive up employee morale (or possibly to keep from getting sued), Mr. Richfield decides to create an idiot example of perfection and call him the "Employee of the Month." And who should make the grade but Earl?

Season 2, Episode 7: When Food Goes Bad

30 October 1991
Fran and Earl go out to dinner, leaving Robbie and Charlene alone to watch Baby. However, that's the perfect opportunity for a group of oppressed food items to revolt by kidnapping the youths!

Season 2, Episode 8: Career Opportunities

6 November 1991
Robbie goes to see the Job Wizard who dictates what careers everybody has for the rest of their lives. He hopes to be picked to be a rock legend but his dream falls flat when it's announced he's going to be a tree pusher like his father.

Season 2, Episode 9: Unmarried... with Children

13 November 1991
After meeting new neighbor Monica, Fran learns that dinosaurs have to renew their marriage licenses after a certain amount of time... and then realizes that her marriage to Earl is technically invalid. Which is fine, until she realizes Earl doesn't know her at all.

Season 2, Episode 10: How to Pick Up Girls

20 November 1991
Robbie realizes he has no idea how to talk to girls. Desperate, he asks for help from Spike, a troublemaker who does very well with the ladies. Unfortunately, Spike's advice causes more harm for Robbie than good.

Season 2, Episode 11: Switched at Birth

27 November 1991
After Fran realizes she switched nests in Lamaze Class with Glenda Molehill, she starts to think that Baby isn't their baby. Her fears don't seem well-founded, though... until she meets the Molehill baby, Aubrey, who looks like Baby with Earl's green skin! After an unbearable baby swap, the two families ask for help from the wise Solomon the Great.

Season 2, Episode 12: Refrigerator Day

11 December 1991
Refrigerator Day is a day to celebrate dinosaurs' crowning achievement: the fridge. However, Earl's plans to give great presents does not sit well with the fact that he's not getting a Fridge Day bonus this year. So when authorities come to take back their presents (and fridge), the entire family loses the holiday spirit.

Season 2, Episode 13: What 'Sexual Harris' Meant

18 December 1991
Monica gets a job pushing down trees for Wesayso but is fired after refusing the advances of new coworker Al "Sexual" Harris, popular for his double entendres. Determined not to let the males in the workforce hold her down, she takes the matter to court but doesn't get much help in her case.

Jason Alexander ... Sexual Harris (voice)

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair

Julianne Buescher ... Monica Devertebrae
Kevin Carlson ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair / Howard Handupme (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Roy Hess / Grandma Ethyl Phillips
Jack L. Harrell ... Mr. Harold Heffer (voice)

Sherman Hemsley ... B.P. Richfield (voice)
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene / Sexual Harris / Harold Heffer

David Leisure ... Mr. Teddy Wolfe (voice)

Pons Maar ... Roy Hess

Sam McMurray ... Roy Hess (voice)

James Murray ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Suzie Plakson ... Monica Devertebrae (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair

Florence Stanley ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips (voice)

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Sexual Harris

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / Mr. Otto Lynch (voice)

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair / B.P. Richfield / Mr. Mason Dixon (voice)
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair / Mr. Teddy Wolfe

Season 2, Episode 14: Fran Live

8 January 1992
Fran watches a TV show, Just Listening, where the host takes calls from troubled dinosaurs but doesn't offer to help them. When she suggests to the host he advise his callers about their problems, he refuses and Fran becomes the new host of the show, Just Advising, much to Earl's dismay.

Season 2, Episode 15: Power Erupts

15 January 1992
Robbie designs a science project that if executed in real life, could naturally power dinosaurs' houses and lower their heating bills. This proves to be bad business for Wesayso and B.P. Richfield is out to ruin Robbie's image and credibility to the public.

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / Scientist / Interviewer / Mr. Pulman (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair / B.P. Richfield

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair / Howard Handupme / Mr. Ashland

John Vernon ... Mr. Ashland (voice)

William Schallert ... Wesayso Scientist (voice)
David Greenaway ... Spike

Christopher Meloni ... Spike (voice)

Sherman Hemsley ... B.P. Richfield (voice)

Julianne Buescher ... Shopper

Edie McClurg ... Shopper (voice)

Sam McMurray ... Wesayso Interviewer (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Pons Maar ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Clip Show

22 January 1992
A paleontologist speculates on the amazing survival instincts of dinosaurs.

Season 2, Episode 17: A New Leaf

5 February 1992
An important lesson is learned by all when Robbie brings home a mysterious happy plant which makes everyone feel all groovy-like. As things spiral out of control, Fran finally has to put her foot down.

Season 2, Episode 18: The Last Temptation of Ethyl

12 February 1992
When Ethel unexpectedly dies, she goes to the afterlife and finds out how beautiful it is. Before she can be reunited with her husband, it's revealed she's only unconscious and will wake up. Anxious to soon return to the afterlife, Ethel goes on TV and tells the viewers how wonderful it is. But the afterlife has its own message for Ethel.

Season 2, Episode 19: Nuts to War: Part 1

26 February 1992
A news bulletin announces a nationwide shortage of pistachio nuts, which is blamed on the four legged dinosaurs. War breaks out between the two-leggers and four-leggers and Robbie and Spike are drafted into the battle. Earl supports the fight at first but questions how truthful the government is being with them after a news reporter mistakenly reveals all is not going as well as planned.

Season 2, Episode 20: Nuts to War: Part 2

26 February 1992
Earl and Roy impersonate USO girls and go with Charlene to the front to find out what's happened to Robbie. Earl returns home without his son and he and Fran are moved to panic and grief when the news reports one of the soldiers was killed in battle.

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair / B.P. Richfield

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair / Sarge / Bob Hack
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair / General H. Norman Conquest

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
David Greenaway ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips / Spike / Roy Hess

Florence Stanley ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips (voice)

Sherman Hemsley ... B.P Richfield (voice)

Christopher Meloni ... Spike (voice)

Pons Maar ... Roy Hess

Sam McMurray ... Roy Hess (voice)

Julianne Buescher ... Monica Devertebrae

Suzie Plakson ... Monica Devertebrae (voice)
Jack Tate ... Sarge / Bob Hack

G.W. Bailey ... Sarge (voice)
John Kennedy ... General H. Norman Conquest / Baby Sinclair

Jason Alexander ... General H. Norman Conquest (voice)

Gary Owens ... Narrator

Fred Travalena ... Bob Hack (voice)

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Characters

Terri Hardin ... Additional Dinosaur Characters
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Characters (as Star Townshend)

Chuck Varesko ... USO Stage Manager (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: And the Winner Is...

27 March 1992
The Chief Elder dies after naming the Baby, and B.P Richfield runs for new Chief Elder. His picks Earl for his opponent to beat; Earl is fine with running against Richfield and losing, until his conscience convinces him it's in everybody's best interest not to let Richfield become ruler over the public. But is he cut out to win the election?

Season 2, Episode 22: Slave to Fashion

30 March 1992
Charlene thinks having an expensive coat will make it easier for her to fit in with the popular girls. But once she acquires the talking coat, it does help her to become popular, at the price of alienating herself from her friends and turning against her family.

Season 2, Episode 23: Leader of the Pack

24 April 1992
Robbie is fed up with being beaten up by a wild pack. So he enlists the help of his friend, Spike, to help him. Spike introduces Robbie to the other members of his gang, the Scavengers; but Robbie finds himself in more trouble when after a night of drinking with the Scavengers, it seems he's eaten their leader.

Shaun Baker ... Lingo (voice)

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair

Julianne Buescher
Stephen Caffrey ... Scabby (voice)
Ken Hudson Campbell ... Crazy Lou (voice)
Kevin Carlson ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair / Pterodactyl (voice)

Tim Curry ... Pterodactyl (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Lingo
David Greenaway ... Spike
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair / Scabby

Pons Maar ... Scabby
Noel MacNeal ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Sam McMurray ... Andre (voice)

Christopher Meloni ... Spike (voice)

James Murray ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair / Crazy Lou

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Andre

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Charlene Sinclair (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / Lingo

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair / Andre

Season 2, Episode 24: Wesayso Knows Best

8 May 1992
Wesayso attempts to present a positive image of its company to the public with the perfect family, 'The Wesayso Family'. However, the company decides that it would be better if Roy becomes the head of the Sinclair household, and Earl moves out.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Nature Calls

18 September 1992
Earl decides it's time to potty train Baby so he can avoid changing anymore diapers. But the idea doesn't go over well with Baby and he runs away into the wilderness.

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / Lieutenant / Rocco (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair / Richard Simmons Dinosaur / Pteranodon

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)

Pons Maar ... Roy Hess
David Greenaway ... Roy Hess

Sam McMurray ... Roy Hess (voice)

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair / Grandma Ethyl Phillips (voice)

Florence Stanley ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips (voice)

Julianne Buescher ... Monica Devertebrae

Suzie Plakson ... Monica Devertebrae (voice)
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair

Brian Henson ... Arthur Rizzic

Richard Simmons ... Richard Simmons Dinosaur (voice)

Sally Kellerman ... Pteranodon (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Season 3, Episode 2: Baby Talk

2 October 1992
When the dirty word 'smoo' is said for the first time on television and Baby repeats it constantly; getting Earl in trouble with his boss, Earl gets the parents together to protest the network to get the new shows with bad words taken off the air.

Season 3, Episode 3: Network Genius

16 September 1992
Earl's new job involves picking hit shows for television; but the show he puts on the air make their viewers unbelievably stupid and he must find a way to make everybody smart again to save society.

Season 3, Episode 4: The Discovery

23 October 1992
The search for a missing golf ball leads Earl into a new world that he proclaims as his own territory; but Robbie suspects that the land really belongs to the cavemen who inhabit it.

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Rickey Boyd ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Julianne Buescher ... Thighs of Thunder

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Roy Hess

Sherman Hemsley ... B.P. Richfield (voice)
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair / Walter Sternhagen

Pons Maar ... Roy Hess / Walter Sternhagen

Sam McMurray ... Roy Hess (voice)
Rob Mills ... Robbie Sinclair / B.P. Richfield

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Suzie Plakson ... Thighs of Thunder (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Thom Sharp ... Walter Sternhagen (voice)
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair / Elder Caveman

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Thighs of Thunder (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Season 3, Episode 5: Little Boy Boo

30 October 1992
After the Baby pulls a stunt that scares Robbie half to death, he decides to tell the Baby a true, terrifying story; he has been bitten by a bloodthirsty creature known as a wereman and will become one when the moon is full.

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair / Rabid Caveman
Rickey Boyd ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips

Julianne Buescher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair

Pons Maar ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair

Florence Stanley ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips (voice)

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Kirk R. Thatcher ... Wereman (voice) (as Kirk Thatcher)

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Season 3, Episode 6: Germ Warfare

6 November 1992
The Baby gets sick and Fran demands Earl take them to the doctor. Modern medicine only makes the Baby sicker; leaving Fran and Earl to ponder an alternative healer and Ethel knows the perfect dinosaur for the job, a guy in the woods.

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Rickey Boyd ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips

Julianne Buescher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Dan Castellaneta ... Zabar (voice)

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Zabar
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair

Charles Kimbrough ... Dr. Ficus (voice)
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair / Dr. Ficus

Pons Maar ... Dr. Ficus
Rob Mills ... Robbie Sinclair (as Robert Mills)

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair / Zabar

Florence Stanley ... Grandma Ethyl Phillips (voice)

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Season 3, Episode 7: Hungry for Love

13 November 1992
Robbie falls in love with a new girl, Wendy, who to Earl's horror, happens to be Richfield's daughter. Richfield takes well to Robbie dating his daughter, but Robbie's friend Spike and his sister Charlene warn him that Wendy's involved in a dangerous secret involving her previous boyfriends.

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Rickey Boyd ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Julianne Buescher ... Wendy Richfield

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Spike

Sherman Hemsley ... B.P. Richfield (voice)
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair

Pons Maar ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Christopher Meloni ... Spike (voice)
Rob Mills ... Robbie Sinclair / B.P. Richfield

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair / Wendy Richfield

Wendie Jo Sperber ... Wendy Richfield (voice)

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Season 3, Episode 8: License to Parent

20 November 1992
When Earl loses his temper at the baby, he also loses his parenting license. When he flunks the test to get it back, the parenting police move in the house and monitor how Fran parents the kids by herself.

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / Narrator / Officer Brazelton (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair / Officer Bettelheim

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)
David Greenaway ... Officer Bettleheim

Michael McKean ... Officer Bettleheim (voice)
Rickey Boyd ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Julianne Buescher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Pons Maar ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Season 3, Episode 9: Charlene's Flat World

4 December 1992
When told to come up with an original idea for school, Charlene hits upon the notion that the world is round. However her discovery lands her in jail, and on trial for heresy; which begs the question how free dinosaurs are to think and say what they believe.

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Rickey Boyd ... Stenographer

Julianne Buescher ... Prosecutor

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)

Pat Crawford Brown ... Stenographer (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

John Glover ... Prosecutor (voice)
David Greenaway ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair / Muse
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair

Pons Maar ... Prosecutor

Michael McKean ... Guy in the Lab Coat (voice)

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Robert Picardo ... Muse (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair / Muse
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / Mr. Pulman (voice)

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Paxton Whitehead ... Judge (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair / Judge
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair / Guy in the Lab Coat

Season 3, Episode 10: Wilderness Weekend

18 December 1992
Earl and his friends drag Robbie and the Baby off for a wilderness journey (camping trip) while Fran and her girlfriends stay at home to visit; but the dinosaur gender roles become reversed when the females drink beer and discover what it's like to be a guy, and the men get in touch with their softer side as they cower from a giant monster in the woods.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Son Also Rises

8 January 1993
Robbie gets fed up with Earl always telling him what to do, so he challenges Earl for male domination and wins; but he quickly becomes aware of how much responsibility is involved in being the male of the house.

Season 3, Episode 12: Getting to Know You

15 January 1993
Charlene signs up for a foreign student exchange program to get away from her family who doesn't understand her; and the Sinclairs get a bitter taste of a different culture when a French bird moves in with them in Charlene's place, who has an unfortunate encounter with the Baby.

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Rickey Boyd ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Julianne Buescher ... Simone Poupon (voice)

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)

Tim Curry ... Henri Poupon (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Roy Hess
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair / Francois Jean-Marie Poupon (voice)

Jessica Lundy ... Mindy (voice)

Pons Maar ... Roy Hess

Sam McMurray ... Roy Hess (voice)
Rob Mills ... Robbie Sinclair

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Mindy (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / Henri Poupon

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Season 3, Episode 13: Green Card

29 January 1993
The Chief Elder passes a law that forbids four legged dinosaurs from living in Pangea and demands in 24 hours they either marry a two legged dinosaur or retreat back to the other side of the swamp. Monica is fired and threatened with deportation until Roy proposes to her so she can stay.

Season 3, Episode 14: Out of the Frying Pan

5 February 1993
Baby becomes a hit sensation when he and Earl star in a series of commercials for the Myman P-2000, a new and improved frying pan that is strong enough to endure hitting Earl's head. Earl is fired from the commercials and he and Monica start to worry that fame is going to the Baby's and Fran's heads.

Jason Alexander ... Grown Baby (voice)

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Rickey Boyd ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Julianne Buescher ... Monica Devertebrae / Leeza / Sally

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)
Elizabeth Collins ... Leeza (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Mr. Myman
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair / Grown Baby

Pons Maar ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Michael McKean ... Mr. Myman (voice)

Sam McMurray ... John (voice)

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Suzie Plakson ... Monica Devertebrae / Sally (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Grown Baby

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair / Mr. Myman
Star Townsend ... Charlene Sinclair / Sally (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / John

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Season 3, Episode 15: Steroids to Heaven

12 February 1993
Robbie tries to bulk up to impress a girl, but her attention seems to be drawn to a bigger guy named Dolf. When exercise doesn't cut it for Robbie, he resorts to Thornoids and finds out his new, bulky body comes at a high price.

Season 3, Episode 16: Honey, I Miss the Kids

19 February 1993
Fran finds being a housewife and mother unfulfilling and does volunteer work at a halfway house for amphibians; Earl gets stuck taking on the household chores and the kids and finds out what it's like being the mother.

Season 3, Episode 17: Swamp Music

26 February 1993
Robbie is introduced to the wailing, funky blues sounds of 'swamp music.'

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Rickey Boyd ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Julianne Buescher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Julius Carry ... Mudbelly (voice)

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair / Howlin' Jay (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Spike
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Ty Warner

Pons Maar ... Ty Warner

Christopher Meloni ... Spike (voice)
Rob Mills ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Jon Polito ... Ty Warner (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair / Sonny (voice)
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair / Mudbelly

Season 3, Episode 18: Dirty Dancin'

12 March 1993
Robbie starts doing the mating dance in his sleep and at school. Fran finds out and decides since Earl won't talk to his son about it, that the school needs to offer a course to the teenagers so they'll understand all about the mating dance, and Robbie is mortified when Fran is volunteered to teach it.

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Rickey Boyd ... Baby Sinclair

Julianne Buescher ... Sitcom Wife / Caroline Foxworth (voice)

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)

Conchata Ferrell ... Shelly (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Spike
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair / Spike
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair / Shelly

Jessica Lundy ... Sitcom Wife (voice)

Pons Maar ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Christopher Meloni ... Spike (voice)
Rob Mills ... Robbie Sinclair

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Shelly

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Season 3, Episode 19: If I Were a Tree

18 April 1993
Ethel reads the Baby a story called If You Were a Tree, about a dinosaur tree pusher (Earl) who gets struck by lightning and swaps souls with the tree he's trying to demolish.

Season 3, Episode 20: We Are Not Alone

2 May 1993
Robbie tries to get Earl interested in preserving Pangea just as his boss is ordering him to bury drums of toxic waste in his back yard. On one such night, Earl and Roy get a visit from an extraterrestrial from the planet Kyron who warns them to change their ways or face annihilation.

Jason Alexander ... UFO! Host / Announcer (voice)

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Rickey Boyd ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Julianne Buescher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Roy Hess

Sherman Hemsley ... B.P. Richfield (voice)
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair / UFO Host / Announcer

Pons Maar ... Roy Hess

Sam McMurray ... Roy Hess (voice)

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair / UFO Host / Announcer

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair

Chuck Varesko ... TV Announcer

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair / B.P. Richfield
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Season 3, Episode 21: Charlene and Her Amazing Humans

9 May 1993
Charlene feels her family is neglecting her, so she gets their attention by winning the school talent show; but her rising fame is riding on the backs of three young cavelings she found in the forest whose mother is looking for them.

Season 3, Episode 22: The Clip Show II

2 July 1993
Sir David Tushingham offers a home-study course on the dinosaurs.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Monster Under the Bed

1 June 1994
Earl lets the Baby stay up to watch a monster movie and then he can't sleep and won't let Fran or Earl sleep because of a monster under the bed. Fran and Earl retreat to a motel to sleep and let the kids babysit, and Charlene and Robbie find out he wasn't imagining things.

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Rickey Boyd ... Decker / Chief Police Parish

Julianne Buescher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair / Howard Handupme (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair

Pons Maar ... Decker

Michael McKean ... Police Chief Parish (voice)

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Thom Sharp ... Decker (voice)
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair / Chief Police Parish

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / Monster (voice)

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Season 4, Episode 2: Earl, Don't Be a Hero

8 June 1994
Earl falls into toxic waste and develops the powers of flight, heat ray vision, and accurate weight guessing. He decides to become a real life superhero and hopes it will make him a hero to the Baby, who idolizes TV's Captain Action Figure.

Season 4, Episode 3: The Greatest Story Ever Sold

22 June 1994
When the Baby asks Earl where dinosaurs came from and why, the questions are repeated throughout all Pangea and raise a panic; until the chief elders declare all questions can be answered by their newfound religion: Potato-ism.

Season 4, Episode 4: Driving Miss Ethyl

29 June 1994
Earl's plans for the weekend are shot when he has to drive Ethyl to her high school reunion. Fran takes advantage of getting Earl out of the house to set up a family portrait for his birthday present, much to the dismay of Robbie, Charlene and the Baby.

Season 4, Episode 5: Earl's Big Jackpot

6 July 1994
When a tree falls on Earl at work and he breaks his foot, B.P. fires him and Robbie sues WeSaySo for medical costs. But the jury decides to award Earl a sum of $800 million and Earl lets his new-found wealth go to his head and turns his back on his friends when WeSaySo astronomically raises the prices of everything in Pangea to get back the money.

Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Tim Blaney ... Additional Dinosaur Performer
Rickey Boyd ... Baby Sinclair

Julianne Buescher ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Kevin Clash ... Baby Sinclair (voice)

Tim Curry ... Winston (voice)
Tom Fisher ... Additional Dinsoaur Performer
David Greenaway ... Roy Hess

Sherman Hemsley ... B.P. Richfield (voice)
John Kennedy ... Baby Sinclair
Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair / Judge (voice)

Pons Maar ... Roy Hess
Drew Massey ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Sam McMurray ... Roy Hess (voice)

Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)

Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair

Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
Jack Tate ... Additional Dinosaur Performer

Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Star Townsend ... Additional Dinosaur Performer (as Star Townshend)

Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / Winston

Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)

Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair / B.P. Richfield
Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)

Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair

Season 4, Episode 6: Terrible Twos

13 July 1994
Baby reaches his second birthday and it's anything but a celebration as he enters the dreaded Terrible Twos and wreaks havoc on the entire Sinclair household.

Season 4, Episode 7: Changing Nature

20 July 1994
The series finale: Every May 14th the Bunch Beetles are supposed to return to Pangea and the eat the rapidly growing cider poppies; but only one Beetle remains as the WeSaySo wax fruit factory has killed them all. B.P. enlists Earl's assistance as the company attempts to fix the poppy problem by bombing the entire continent with defoliant which kills all plant life. Richfield next decides making it rain will bring the plants back, and to make it rain they need clouds, and they decide to make clouds by dropping bombs in volcanoes; but snow falls instead and the newscaster predicts the clouds will block out the sun for tens of thousands of years. Earl apologizes to his family for taking nature for granted over technology and bringing about the end of the world as they ponder what will become of them.

Season 4, Episode 8: Scent of a Reptile

7 September 1994
Charlene's scent gland comes in and Fran explains the one boy who is attracted to her scent is the one she's destined to marry. But Charlene puts out fumes of burning rubber and attracts the school janitor who aspires to be a tree pusher.

Season 4, Episode 9: Earl and Pearl

14 September 1994
Robbie and Charlene go against Earl's orders and sneak out to see his estranged sister, Pearl, a country star, perform. Roy falls in love with Pearl and plans to settle down with her, despite Earl's protests.

Season 4, Episode 10: Life in the Faust Lane

21 September 1994
After seeing the TV show "Lifestyles of Those We Envy", Earl makes a deal with the devil for a Fernhill mug thinking it will make him happy. As a result he alienates himself from his friends, who he thinks are beneath him now, and his family, who thinks he's gone crazy.

Season 4, Episode 11: Variations on a Theme Park

28 September 1994
When too many overworked employees drop dead from exhaustion, businesses give dinosaurs two weeks off for a vacation; B.P. Richfield advises Earl to bring his family to WeSaySo Land, which is supposed to be a fun amusement park for the family. What the Sinclairs find is an overpriced, cow themed park that is newly under construction, and they have to stay for 14 days.

Season 4, Episode 12: Working Girl

5 October 1994
Charlene attempts to break into the male-dominated workforce and get a job to pay for her summer wilderness trip; but finds all businesses work under the Old Boys Network that is determined to keep females tied down. When her letter to the Chief Elder about equal job opportunities for females is chosen for an accepted requirement for all businesses with government contracts, B.P. Richfield hires Charlene as the new supervisor and Earl has to deal with having his daughter for a boss.

Season 4, Episode 13: Into the Woods

12 October 1994
Earl's game day is interrupted when he has to take Baby into the woods for a traditional ritual to show the Baby that the world doesn't revolve around him and that he needs his family. But when Earl, Roy and Robbie unknowingly step into a tar pit, they need the Baby to save them.

Season 4, Episode 14: Georgie Must Die

19 October 1994
When Earl dresses up as Georgie, an orange hippo that is the latest hit in children's television but the parents' latest nightmare, to put on a show for the Baby, he is arrested for copyright infringement. In jail, Earl finds out that Georgie has a sinister plan in mind for his merchandising empire and breaks out to join the Parents' Resistance and enlists Roy's help to take the evil hippo down.

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