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Okay...there's an episode of "The Flintstones" that I vaguely remember watching on TV quite a few years ago that I can't seem to find online to watch.

There's not much I remember from the episode, except for when the Rubbles and the Flintstones go out to watch a movie.  The movie makes the wives cry at one point while the husbands enjoy eating popcorn.  After the movie, they go out for pizza, but the wives decide not to eat and claim they're on a diet while the husbands share a large slice of pizza.

I know I've seen this episode on TV, but for some reason, I can't seem to find it online anywhere.  If only I could remember the name of this particular episode, it would be a lot easier to Google it.

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I'm afraid I can't help too much, all I ever saw were a few rerun episodes, but I found this list of plot summaries. Maybe you can find the one you are looking for there.



Unfortunately, the episodes listed don't give out enough information to know which one matches the one I remember seeing.  I don't think I dreamed it.  I could have sworn I saw this episode on TV while I was awake.  I know it was many years ago, but I'm almost certain I was awake when I saw this episode.

I'm not sure if the Flintstones already had Pebbles or not.  All I remember is what I wrote in my description in the question.

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I am afraid that I cannot help; you ought to go through the link provided by TheOtherTink and look for the individual episodes on-line.


I did, but as I told TheOtherTink, the episodes don't give enough information to know which one matches the episode I saw.  In the link, the episodes listed only give a brief summary of what they're about.  But, none of them mention the Flintstones and Rubbles going out to a movie and then, out to eat.


I am afraid that I can't help you further. You'll have to look into the public or private TV archives of animated cartoons series in your state. Here in Europe, we have TV archives of such series, but in other languages - except for the U.K. (in this case, I would suggest to ask BBC).

Unless you try the videos available on YouTube, etc. - there are many:

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