The Flintstones: Season 2, Episode 4

Alvin Brickrock Presents (6 Oct. 1961)

TV Episode  |  TV-G  |   |  Animation, Comedy, Family
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Fred and Barney have been eavesdropping on a new, mysterious neighbor and his wife. When the man brings over a trunk and asks Fred to keep it for him, Fred suspects the man's wife's body ... See full summary »

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Fred and Barney have been eavesdropping on a new, mysterious neighbor and his wife. When the man brings over a trunk and asks Fred to keep it for him, Fred suspects the man's wife's body may be inside. Written by Morganalee

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Fred Flintstone: I wouldn't miss tonight's fight for anything. Those two have been putting on the greatest fight of the century. Last night's bout was a doozy. Did you hear all that screaming and shrieking and that high voice?
Barney Rubble: Yeah, I thought he'd never stop.
Betty Rubble: That's terrible, you mean that meek little man hits his wife?
Fred Flintstone: No, in the last three rounds he never laid a glove on her, he's strictly a defensive fighter.
Barney Rubble: Yeah, you'd think she'd let him win once in a while to keep his interest.
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