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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Coolrain 1 month ago
12/12 - Serious Flintstones fan here
KathrynJordan 13 months ago
12 out of 12! Love the Flintstones. Still watch it on MeTV at 6:00 PM. Brings back all my childhood memories.
Mario500 13 months ago
"Joseph Hanna and William Barbera"

(senses errors in this part of the article; imagines corrections ("Joseph Barbera and William Hanna"))
Daizy531 13 months ago
9/12 the houses tripped me up but you can tell first from last by the drawings
tekamc 13 months ago
Put on, "Eight is Enough", that was my favorite show in high school. or start airing, "Men in Trees. Thank You and have an awesome day. Love, Teka McLaurin
JewelsChuck 13 months ago
9/12 - A couple of them had the same look on Wilma and Betty!
Runeshaper 13 months ago
You got 6 out of 12
Just like Fred's sundial watch, you didn't have 12. HAHAHAHA! :)
edway57 Runeshaper 12 months ago
It did have 12
Runeshaper edway57 12 months ago
Tell that to MeTV lol
Barry22 13 months ago
10/12, and guessed on a few.
GordARebelato 13 months ago
You can the difference when they show the characters up close, the drawings are so much different. I always wondered if they had the same artists throughout their 6 year run?
You want to know the answer to your question? Do what anyone else probably does: GOOGLE!
CaptainDunsel 13 months ago
9/12
Just not that sharp-eyed, I guess.
idkwut2use 13 months ago
Boy, you can easily tell by the way they’re drawn! Just like The Simpsons, SpongeBob, Berenstain Bears, etc.
TheDavBow3 13 months ago
8/12. Made some good guesses based on Fred and Barney's 5 o'clock shadow shade. 😉
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