Can you find the ONE word that is not in the Flintstones theme song?

You can sing the song… but do you remember every lyric?

 

It's one of the greatest theme songs in television history — certainly one of the catchiest. Fair warning: It's about to be stuck in your head for hours. 

Perhaps what's most surprising about "Meet the Flintstones" is how long it took to come along. The song is forever associated with the cartoon series, but it was not used until the third season. Before then, an instrumental called "Rise and Shine" was used. We bet you recognize that melody, too.

As soon as "Meet the Flintstones" was introduced, it became an immediate hit. You've heard it countless times over the years.

So let's see how well you remember the lyrics! We're talking about the entire song — including the second verse used in the closing credits!

Try to find the one word that does NOT appear in "Meet the Flintstones!" If you find the Gruesomes, you are singing the wrong tune! Keep clicking until you find the right answer!

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  1. Find the ONE word that is NOT in the lyrics for "Meet the Flintstones"!

Can you find the ONE word that is not in the Flintstones theme song?

Your Result...

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RobertK 16 months ago
Got it on the third try. Surprisingly, In the 60s, I actually knew a little girl in my grade school named Wilma! Hmm, I wonder how her parents came up with that name...
djw1120 16 months ago
Sorry MeTV, but Wilma IS in the closing theme song. Fred is yelling it at the top of his lungs when the cat locks him out of the house.
bradyguy djw1120 16 months ago
Right. But that's not MEET THE FLINSTONES - that's the closing theme. Also, it's not in the song...Fred yells it.

Objection Overruled. LOL
djw1120 bradyguy 16 months ago
And I overrule your objection.
Dugan 16 months ago
First pick. Love my cartoons. On Medicare and still love my cartoons. Did I say cartoons enough?

Timothy “Dum Dum” Dugan
cperrynaples Dugan 16 months ago
Oh did you used to be the Great Gazoo....LOL!
Dugan cperrynaples 16 months ago
Google Timothy “Dum Dum” Dugan
Dugan cperrynaples 16 months ago
It’s only a coincidence that my name has reference to Gazoo
cperrynaples Dugan 16 months ago
Not to mention that Endora called Darren that among other things!
Wenatchee7 16 months ago
1st try but I echo the comments of everyone else about Fred screaming Wilma.
Wendy57 16 months ago
Got it on the 1st try.
Singing the song over and over in my old head.
I think I could use an aspirin now or an Excedrin as they used to say.
geatornez82 16 months ago
I got it on the first try, though it was a tricky question, considering the classic moment when Fred pounds on the door and screams "WIIIIIIILLLLLLLMAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!"
AllisonWunderland 17 months ago
I had to hum the song, and that’s kind of a tricky question coz Fred hollers “Willlllmaaa” at the end….🤨🤷‍♀️
Runeshaper 17 months ago
Ok, I consider "Wilma" to be in the song. Whatever LOL
Runeshaper 16 months ago
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Runeshaper daDoctah 16 months ago
I have no idea lol
bradyguy daDoctah 16 months ago
Probably VOLKSWAGEN? That's a good one.
MikefromJersey 17 months ago
A guy at my buddy's Legion hall claimed that during the Vietnam war a patrol from another battalion that had been cut off for a week approached his company's position, from across a minefield and in
some woods at night time.
They had no working radios and didn't know the current password, so their Lt. yelled out not to
shoot, they were Americans, to which a doubting sergeant barked "prove it".
A pause, then cross the minefield came the first few lines of The Flintstones theme.
The sergeant laughed and sent a man to go guide them in, as no way did the VC or NVA
watch Fred and Wilma and laugh at The Great Kazoo.
cperrynaples CaptainDunsel 16 months ago
And let's not forget the Great Galoo! That was a bad toy robot from Marx that didn't work! I only know it from Howard Stern!
CaptainDunsel cperrynaples 16 months ago
Can't possibly have forgotten The Great Galoo! Never heard of it to forget. But I'll do my darnedest now!
Ummm.. what were we talking about?
gypsy 17 months ago
Yaba Daba Doo!!
bradyguy gypsy 16 months ago
TWO Bs each time...sorry.
justjeff 17 months ago
Third try's the charm... It's funny how the obvious words - when isolated - look as if they don't fit...
MrsPhilHarris 17 months ago
Okay about 5 tries. Disappointing but I kept singing “Wilma”.
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