Can you tell the difference between Wilma Flintstone and Betty Rubble?

Don't take their similarities for "granite."

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Wilma Flintstone and Betty Rubble are two of animated television’s most iconic women. Friends through thick and thin, they often have to clean up the messes made by their well-meaning but reckless husbands.

Wilma and Betty have many similarities. They both enjoy doing charity work, meeting Hollyrock celebrities like Stony Curtis and Ann-Margrock, and going on vacation to Hawaii or Rockapulco.

Still, there are some distinct differences between the two. How well do you know Betty Rubble and Wilma Flintstone? Do you remember what makes each of them unique? Take the quiz below to find out!

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  1. In early episodes her maiden name is Pebble but is later changed to Slaghoople.
  2. She is much taller than her husband.
  3. She makes great gravelberry pie and sold the recipe to Safestone's supermarket.
  4. She was voiced by two different actors (three if you count "The Flagstones" original pilot.)
  5. She adopted her child.
  6. In one episode, she poses as the maid when her husband's boss comes over for dinner.
  7. Rosie O'Donnell played her in the 1994 live action Flintstones movie.
  8. Her eyes are just two black dots.
  9. Her character is heavily inspired by Alice Kramden on The Honeymooners.
  10. She has a bow in her hair.
  11. She dresses as an old lady and unwittingly uses counterfeit money in one memorable episode.
  12. She owns a saber-toothed cat named Baby Puss.
  13. She met her husband while working as a cigarette girl at the Honeyrock Hotel.

Can you tell the difference between Wilma Flintstone and Betty Rubble?

Your Result...

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Sparky 5 months ago
13/13!! Yay! To be honest I guessed on a couple. Love this show. Glad it’s back! Makes me nostalgic.
dethLSMO89 6 months ago
11 out of 13. Now c. I have watched this show since I was a child, about 50 years ago. Yes, could u bring the Jetsons back. That is a good one 2.
JuliaWilliams 6 months ago
Put on your thinking cap and name an actor who had a minor role in the movie version of MASH before putting on boxing gloves. Good luck. Stay safe.
marilyndiggs 6 months ago
So glad there's an old school cartoon to watch on TV again
KathrynJordan 6 months ago
10 out of 13 WOW. Guess watching the re-runs pays off. Brings back my childhood of running down the stairs and watching my Saturday morning cartoons and that was the first one that I watched followed by The Jetsons. Those two and Looney Tunes were my favorites as a child.
KathrynJordan 6 months ago
Love seeing The Flintstones again!! Need to bring back The Jetsons as well!!! We need feel good shows like these two. These two keep you laughing.
Sparky 6 months ago
Thanks for bringing back The Flintstones!! Please please bring back The Jetsons too!!! 🙏🏻We need Feel Good show, especially like those, right now!!
Countrygirl 7 months ago
Thank you MeTV for bringing back the Flintstones my favorite besides the Munsters
truckss12 7 months ago
foxman 7 months ago
She dresses as an old lady and unwittingly uses counterfeit money in one memorable episode. That was the question I messed upon, so I got 12/13.

Kim 8 months ago
12/13 Missed the last one. Loved The Flintstones when I was a child, and love watching them now.
CAT5523 8 months ago
13 out of 13
I was five years old when The Flintstones originally debuted on TV so I literally grew up with them. Now at 65 I still enjoy watching the show.
TelevisionWizard123 8 months ago
I grew up watching The Flintstones in Prime time on ABC. When I was in first grade, my parents
bought a lunchbox with the Flinstones pictured on it.
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