- You may also be looking for the fictional game show itself, Family Fallout (game show).
|Premiere date:||September 23, 1985|
Jean Vander Pyl
|Music composed by:||Hoyt Curtin|
|Directors:||Gordon Hunt (voices)|
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"Family Fallout" is the sixth episode of The Jetsons season two, and the thirtieth overall. It aired on September 23, 1985 in syndicated markets that featured The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera programming blocks. It was written by Mark Seidenberg, and voice directed by Gordon Hunt.
Spacely conspires to win against George on Family Fallout.
In order of appearance:
- Las Venus
- Mars (mentioned)
- Titanus (mentioned)
- Dwarfus (mentioned)
- Squeegie (mentioned)
- Supersonic Big Dipper Deluxe Menulator
- Cogswell answering machine
- TV Galactic Guide (mentioned)
- Flying cars
- Alpha Beta Romeo flying car
The music was composed and conducted by Hoyt Curtin.
Dates are in order of release:
- United States: September 23, 1985 in syndication
Behind the scenes
- Astro's collar is apparently electronic, which Rosie can control Astro, as well as pick up her voice.
- Richard Rocketeer and Family Fallout are parodies of Richard Dawson and Family Feud, respectively.
- Jet Screamer's song "Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah" was performed in "A Date with Jet Screamer."
- Calvin Clone is a parody of fashion designer, Calvin Kline.
- TV Galactic Guide is a parody of TV Guide.
- Mogzilla is a parody of Godzilla.
- R.U.D.I. originally appeared in "The Good Little Scouts" as simply a voice wave representation on a small rectangular monitor, whereas from this appearance, he's a face on a giant screen.
- McDippers is a parody of the McDonald's fast food restaurant chain.
- "I Left My Chip in Supernova" is a parody of the song, "I Left My Heart in San Francisco".
- The Monkey Boys may be a parody of the band, Monkees.
- John Starbuck's Of Mice and Martians is a parody of the novel, Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck.
In other languages
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