One of my all time favorites.
Don't listen to the negative reviews
The Flinstones is one of the greatest animes of all time. The show starts off with Grand Dad and his friend SiIvaGunner as they attempt to win the high quality ripping business. After they become very successful, they run into Smol Nozomi, who can help them become the most subscribed channel on YouTube with her amazingly memey music. The performance of Grand Halation (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x88KWbzHmYM) is an amazing moment that all anime creators need to watch, so anime can be great again. Classic animes like Cory in the House and Shrek can still learn a thing or two from this amazing program. With it's hundreds of episodes with original material in each one, you'll defiantly have a grand old time while watching it.
Julia Arsenault (ja_kitty_71)
"The Flintstones" is one of my favorite TV series from Hanna/Barbera and I have seventy-six favorite episodes. You know, I had never know that the show was the first animated prime-time series prior to "The Simpsons" and aimed for adults; until now. Of course throughout the six seasons that had aired, the series is now loved by kids as well as with adults.My favorite characters from the show are Wilma, Betty, Hopparoo (Hoppy), little Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm. After I had re-watch my Flintstone box-sets, Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm are my favorite Hanna/Barbera couple. Like Scooby Doo, "The Flintstones" had gained popularity that the studio had made spin-offs series and movies too - live action as well as animated. My favorite spin-off series is "The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show" from 1971.
I grew up on shows like Scooby Doo and Tom Jerry and this is no exception. I love the Flintstones:- it is funny and incredibly smart, and at 17 I can still watch it and there is very seldom a dull moment. What makes it great? Well, the detailed and colourful animation contributes hugely. Also the theme tune, has to be one of the most catchy theme tunes on any animated TV show. Then there's the humour, the whole show is constantly funny and is guaranteed to have you chuckling away. Finally we have the characters. Fred is one zany cartoon, and Alan Reed was the perfect choice for him. Another hilarious character, perhaps even more so than Fred is Barney, who is quite goofy yet completely lovable. Who'd better to voice him than the immortal Mel Blanc? Then we have Wilma, who is a great sexy female character and wonderfully voiced by Jean Vader Pyl. Plus the voluptuous Betty, voiced to perfection by Bea Benaderet. The writing constantly is incredibly witty, sharp and smart, the story lines are outstanding and the supporting characters namely the hilarious Mr Slate and cute as a button Pearl are just as great. All in all, I loved this when I was a kid, and as a near-adult I still love it. Adults will enjoy it as well as kids. 10/10 Bethany Cox
I wouldn't have thought about writing a comment for this cartoon simply because its been ages since I watched an episode, but after walking into a cousins house I noticed that my youngest cousin was watching the Flintstones and singing along to the song. So I have recollected all the wonderful memories of my childhood.The cartoon itself is based on a citizen of Bedrock named Fred Flintstone who we follow through the endless adventures that he has with friend Barney Gumble. The show has great kid humour and considering that it was produced in 1960 it still holds up against any of the crap thats on TV today.I loved how the writers incorporated the cave man lifestyle with modern day advances, the mammoth that operates as the shower, the cars that run by human power.....Pure genius.