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      • "The Long, Long, Long Weekend " is the seventeenth episode of the sixth season and the one hundred and fifty-seventh overall episode of the original series, The Flintstones. It aired on January 21, 1966. 1 Synopsis 2 Plot 3 Characters 3.1 Other Characters 4 Locations 4.1 The Present (Stone Age...
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  1. The Long, Long, Long Weekend. TV-G | 30min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | Episode aired 21 January 1966. Season 6 | Episode 17. Previous. All Episodes (167) Next. Gazoo takes the Flintstones and the Rubbles into the 21st Century.

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    • Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
    • TV-G
  2. The Long, Long Weekend. TV-G | 25min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | Episode aired 10 March 1961. Season 1 | Episode 24. Previous. All Episodes (167) Next. The Flintstones and the Rubbles are invited to a free vacation at a beach hotel by Fred's old friend the owner. Unaware there is a motive for the generosity.

    • (148)
    • Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
    • TV-G
  3. The Long, Long, Long Weekend | The Flintstones | Fandom

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    Fred reclines on his hammock during a holiday weekend on which Wilma's mother, Pearl Slaghoopleis visiting. When Fred scoffs at Barney's Rock Rogers comic book for its supposedly ludicrous prediction of far-future space travel, he is chastised by Gazoo: "Flintstone, when you laugh, you show not only your tonsils but your ignorance." Leaving their children in Pearl's care, the Flintstone and Rubble couples go for a pleasure drive in Fred's car, only to be caught in freeway traffic. Gazoo appears and offers to Fred a glimpse of the future by transporting the Flintstone car and the occupants there, with the road-automobile changing to an air-car of a futuristic design. Gazoo assures Fred and Barney that Wilma and Betty will accept the experience without question and will not remember it after it has ended. So, Flintstones and Rubbles explore a city with shops and restaurants in the clouds, moving sidewalks, jet-powered dinner trays and tiny servings of meat, robot barbers, and public t...

    The Present

    1. Bedrock 1.1. Flintstone home 1.2. Slate Rock and Gravel Company 1.3. Bedrock Hammock Company (mentioned)

    The Future

    1. Bedrock 1.1. Bedrock Discotheque (only appearance) 1.2. Barber shop (only appearance) 1.3. Restaurant (only appearance) 1.4. Slate Rock-N-Gravel Company 2. Mars (only appearance) 3. Venus (mentioned)

    Croquet balls (only appearance)
    Croquet mallets (only appearance)
    Lie detector (only appearance)
    Super Space Stories magazine (only appearance)
    Air-cars (only appearance)
    Rocket bus (only appearance)
    This episode title was used after the episode of the first season, The Long, Long Weekend.
    The city of Bedrock's futuristic design was inspired and used from the series, The Jetsons.
    The company is still called Slate Rock-N-Gravel Company in the future, run by Mr. Slate the 80,000th.
    Rock Rogers is a spoof of the classic character, Buck Rogers.
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    • January 21, 1966
  4. The Flintstones - The Long, Long, Long Weekend | b98.tv

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    The Flintstones - The Long, Long, Long Weekend | b98.tv. Fred borrows money from Mr. Slate to fix up his backyard for a long weekend. He plans to spend the whole weekend in Bedrock with his family and the Rubbles. But Gazoo invites the Rubbles and Flintstones to spend the weekend in the 25th Century A.D. instead.

  5. The Long, Long Weekend | The Flintstones | Fandom

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    Fred thinks his old buddy, Gus Gravel, has invited him for a relaxing weekend at his hotel, but it's really a ploy to get him, his wife, and friends to work, as his old staff have quit.

    Fred discovers in his mail an advertisement personally addressed to him by seaside hotel owner Gus Gravel, "old Smoo", a buddy from his teenage years. Fred telephones Gravel to ask if Flintstones and Rubbles could stay for a leisurely three-day weekend at Gravel Hotel at a discount price. Gravel has gambled and lost the payroll for his hotel staff, and is therefore unable to remunerate his bellhop, chef, and maids, who quit their jobs, leaving Gravel desperate for help in accommodating a 200-people Water Buffalo convention due to patronize his hotel on the same three-day weekend. Gravel regards Fred's request for lodging on that weekend as fortuitous in that he will oblige Fred, for friendship's sake, along with Wilma and the Rubbles, to assist him. Willfully neglecting to mention the circumstances to Fred, Gravel replies that he would be delighted to inexpensively host Fred and company, who come to Gravel Hotel and are greeted with compliments and grace by "old Smoo". After Fred an...

    This episode introduced the Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes, which would eventually replace the Loyal Order of Dinosaurs.
    Edna Flintstone, Fred's mother was first mentioned in this episode before the Saturday morning series, The Flintstone Kids.
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    • March 10, 1961
  6. The Flintstones - The Long, Long Weekend | b98.tv

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    Home/ Cartoons/ The Long, Long Weekend. The Long, Long Weekend. 5399views. Fred’s old friend Gus Gravel invites the Flintstones and Rubbles to his seaside hotel for an all-expense-paid vacation. However upon arriving, the foursome finds that the hotel’s planned “activities” seem more like work, because the entire hotel staff has quit their jobs just prior to the foursome’s arrival.

  7. "The Flintstones" The Long, Long, Long Weekend (TV Episode 1966) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  8. Fred, Wilma, Barney and Betty spend a joint vacation at a seaside resort and end up working there after the real staff quits.

  9. "The Flintstones" The Long, Long, Long Weekend (TV Episode 1966) Alan Reed as Fred Flintstone

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