Can you tell the difference between the first and last episodes of The Flintstones?

Guess if these scenes are from the premiere or the finale of this iconic cartoon.

 

Joseph Hanna and William Barbera broke ground with their 1960 primetime animated sitcom The Flintstones. It paved the way for modern shows like The Simpsons and showed that cartoons weren't just for kids.

Over the course of six seasons, The Flintstones went through many different phases. New characters were brought in, the now classic theme song was added and even the show's look changed in subtle ways.

Here are 12 scenes from the first and last episodes of the iconic cartoon. Can you properly identify which episode each image is from?

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Can you tell the difference between the first and last episodes of The Flintstones?

Your Result...

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73 Comments

graceful1970 9 months ago
You got 9 out of 12
Great job! Grandpa Flintstone would be proud!
Coolrain 9 months ago
You got 11 out of 12
Great job! Grandpa Flintstone would be proud!
KawiVulc 9 months ago
11/12... missed #9. Didn't remember the bikes.
MikefromJersey 9 months ago
"You got 10 out of 12. Great job! Grandpa Flintstone would be proud!"

I remember when the last episode aired, there had been a lot of publicity leading up to it.
Our whole family was gathered around our color TV to watch. I watch that episode today
and I'm transported back to our old living room.
Ernie 9 months ago
12/12 I will never get tired of watching these,or to old.lol
Rick 9 months ago
11/12.

You're a mean man with a map, Flintstone!
Wendy57 9 months ago
8/12
Don’t watch it now, but, I sure did as a youngster. My favorite parts were the closing theme when the saber tooth tiger put Fred outside for the night and all of the crazy household “appliances” they used.
Adamtwelvia Wendy57 2 months ago
Never ever understood how they could have a tv without electricity!
Wendy57 Adamtwelvia 2 months ago
Guess they didn’t have some animal running on a treadmill or something else to generate a charge ? 🤷🏻‍♀️
Adamtwelvia Wendy57 2 months ago
If they did, I don't remember seeing one!
hazy321 9 months ago
12/12 great shows in the first few seasons! I lost interest when they started adding new characters. Pebbles was enough!!
Bapa1 9 months ago
10/12, the animation style improved.
CoreyC 9 months ago
12/12 The first episode the animation was cruder.
Steve67 9 months ago
12/12 Subtle changes in animation made it pretty easy
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