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About me

Hi, my name is James, and I was born on June 9.

I'm here for a simple purpose to create an encyclopedia for Hanna-Barbera in the most detailed way possible; who appears in what, behind the scenes facts of what went into making everything. I was at Scoobypedia on FANDOM, as well as other HB-themed sites, but I grew to be fairly really unhappy there, and just tried to make the best of it (and I really did). Not only the way FANDOM handled things, but having to deal with rascally users. Some of these guys aren't cute (and I tried to talk to some of these guys and try and guide them the right way, but some of them didn't care or thought I was being bossy, etcetera, etcetera), it gets annoying from small things to bigger things, and it's tough to maintain and Scoobypedia never got the level of a community I expected, especially since I was there for 10 years. It has a wide variety of fans, fans who have made blogs and forums, but nobody of that caliber cared to come to Scoobypedia. I appreciate help, and I got some fine help over the years, but not a lot of it was long term and has been wildly inconsistent at times. I also never really got anybody who was that great with coding. The worries and stress I had over there, I really hope is not here at all. And it has been fairly breezy here in the past year, despite being much bigger than Scoobypedia. We're doing some great things

I have been slowly telling people about the site. People do know about it, and the more it grows, the better more people to know.

Flintstone Kids credits

  • 1. "The Great Freddini" writer: Glenn Leopold (story by), Don Nelson (teleplay by), Arthur Alsberg (teleplay by)
  • 2a. "Frankenstone" writer: Mel Gilden, John K. Ludin
  • 2b. "Yard Wars" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 2c. "Freezy Does It" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 3. "Heroes for Hire" writer: Jim Ryan (story by), Arthur Alsberg (teleplay by), Don Nelson (teleplay by)
  • 4a. "Indiana Flintstone" writer: Kent Zbornak
  • 4b. "Dreamchip's Car Wash" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 4c. "Invasion of the Mommy Snatchers" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 5. "The Bad News Brontos" writer: Barry Blitzer
  • 6a. "Rubble Without a Cause" writer: Wayne Kaatz
  • 6b. "Dressed Up Dino" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 6c. "The Ditto Master" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 7. "Dusty Disappears" writer: John Bradford, Denis Higgins
  • 8a. "Sugar and Spies" writer: L. Lynn Hart (story by), Felicia Maliani (story by and teleplay by)
  • 8b. "The Vet" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 8b. "I Was a Teenage Grown-Up" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 9. "Poor Little Rich Girl" writer: Coslough Johnson
  • 10a. "Freddy in the Big House" writer: Kent Zbornak
  • 10b. "The Butcher Shoppe" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 10c. "Grime & Punishment" writer: Bill Matheny
  • 11. "The Rock Concert That Rocked Freddy" writer: Barry Blitzer
  • 12a. "Bedrock P.I.s" writer: John K. Ludin
  • 12b. "Fred's Mechanical Dog" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 12c. "A Tale Too Silly" writer: Troy Schimdt, Jeff Holder, Lane Raichert
  • 13. "Curse of the Gemstone Diamond" writer: Dennis Marks
  • 14a. "Princess Wilma" writer: Terry Shakespeare, Sue Shakespeare
  • 14b. "The Dino Diet" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 14c. "To Baby or Not to Baby" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), David Schwartz (teleplay by)
  • 15a. "I Think I Shall Never See Barney Rubble as a Tree" writer: Dennis Marks
  • 15b. "Dino Come Home" writer: Dennis Marks
  • 16a. "Monster from the Tar Pits" writer: Wayne Kaatz
  • 16b. "What Price Fleadom" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 16c. "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow" writer: Bill Matheny
  • 17. "The Fugitives" writer: Wayne Katz, Kent Zbornak
  • 18a. "The Twilight Stone" writer: Mary Jo Ludin
  • 18b. "The Terror Within" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 18c. "Day of the Villains" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 19. "Freddy's Rocky Road to Karate" writer: Barry Blitzer
  • 20a. "Betty's Big Break" writer: Sue Shakespeare
  • 20b. "Revenge of the Bullied" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 20c. "Curse of the Reverse" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 21. "Barney's Moving Experience" writer: Coslough Johnson
  • 22a. "Dino Goes Hollyrock" writer: Wayne Kaatz
  • 22b. "The Chocolate Chip Catastrophe" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 22c. "Capt. Caveman's First Adventure: writer: Lane Raichert
  • 23a. "The Little Visitor" writer: Dennis Marks
  • 23b. "Grandpa for Loan" writer: Dennis Marks
  • 24a. "Philo's Invention" writer: Kent Zbornak
  • 24b. "Watchdog Blues" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 24c. "Leave It to Mother" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 25. "Freddy's First Crush" writer: Coslough Johnson
  • 26a. "Bedrock'n Roll" writer: Terry Shakespeare
  • 26b. "Captain Cavepuppy" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 26c. "Greed It and Weep" writer: Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert
  • 27a. "The Flintstone Fake Ache" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), John Bates (teleplay by)
  • 27b. "Killer Kitty" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 27c. "Captain Knaveman" writer: Laren Bright
  • 28a. "Better Buddy Blues" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), Billy Matheny (story by), John Bates (teleplay by)
  • 28b. "Who's Faultin' Who?" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 28c. "Attack of the Fifty Foot Teenage Lizard" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), Bill Matheny (story by), John Bates (teleplay by)
  • 29a. "A Tiny Egg" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), Mary Jo Ludin (teleplay by)
  • 29b. "Little Rubble, Big Trouble" writer: John Bates (story by), Lane Raichert (story by), Mary Jo Ludin (teleplay by)
  • 30a. "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Betty" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), Mary Jo Ludin (teleplay by)
  • 30b. "Haircutastrophe" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), Mary Jo Ludin (teleplay by)
  • 31a. "Camper Scamper" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), Alan Swayze (story by), John Bates (teleplay by)
  • 31b. "Bone Voyage" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 31c. "The Cream-Pier Strikes Back" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), Bill Matheny (story by), John Bates (teleplay by)
  • 32a. "Rocky's Rocky Road" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), Mary Jo Ludin (teleplay by)
  • 32b. "World War Flea" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 32c. "Captain Caveman's Super Cold" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), Laren Bright (teleplay by)
  • 33a. "Freddy the 13th" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), John Bates (teleplay by)
  • 33b. "A Midnite Pet Peeve" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 33c. "The Big Bedrock Bully Bash" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), Laren Bright (teleplay by)
  • 34a. "Philo's D-feat" writer: Lane Raichert (story by), John Bates (teleplay by)
  • 34b. "The Birthday Shuffle" writer: Lane Raichert
  • 34c. "Captain Cavedog" writer: Lane Raichert
  • The Flintstone Kids "Just Say No" Special writer: Lane Raichert, Laren Bright

Notes

  • The German mice in The Tom and Jerry Show: Rolf has the scratchy voice, Rutger has the lightest voice, Rudy has the second lightest voice (I think they're always shown in this order anyway)
  • Legends of Tomorrow:
    • "Zari, Not Zari:" Nate refers to Zari and her brother as the Wonder Twins
  • Centaurian planet eater - In the Doghouse
  • Matt O'Sullivan: February 3, 1989-June 14, 1999
  • ThunderCats Roar
    • "Schnorp:" Papa Schnorp is probably a reference to Papa Smurf
  • It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
    • "The High School Reunion:" Captain Caveman
    • "Philadelphia Phillies:" Scooby-Doo
  • https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/zxr0j/we_are_barbara_pyle_and_nick_boxer_cocreators_and/c68tfgz/?utm_source=reddit&utm_medium=web2x&context=3
  • The Goldbergs
    • "Happy Mom, Happy Life:" Smurf ravioli appears
  • American Dad
    • "The Scarlet Getters:" Something about Smurfs
    • "Honey, I'm Homeland:" Something about Captain Planet
    • "My Affair Lady:" HB sound effect
    • "Standard Deviation:" HB sound effect
    • "Bahama Mama:" Smorfs
  • Something to maybe add https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/benjamin-welton-white-nationalist-elementary-school-teacher-writer_n_60ae5e89e4b0d45b753140fb?ri18n
  • Resume Unmasked History Mark Hoffmeier interview at 18:44
  • Football teams of Slateberg Stoners and New Rock Brontos mentioned in "Capt. Caveman's First Adventure"
  • Fred was called Frederick in "No Help Wanted", "Freddy's First Crush"
  • Barney was called Bernard in "The Split Personality", "The Fugitives"
  • Flintstones' address: 201 Cobblestone Lane - "No Help Wanted", 1139 Flint Drive - Flintstones: Little Big League
  • Slates' address: 555 Gravel Road - Flintstones: Little Big League
  • Young Barney's address: 313 Rocky Road - "Heroes for Hire"
  • Flintstones/WWE aired on Boomerang UK on July 17, 2017
  • Fred's workplace
    • Slate Rock and Gravel (I Yabba-Dabba Do!)
    • Slate Rock and Gravel Construction (Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby)
    • Slate & Co. (The Flintstones: On the Rocks)
    • Slate Rock and Gravel (The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown!)
  • Rubbles' rules
    • #3. It's not how you win or lose, it's how cold the shower is after you strike out. - "The Bad News Brontos"
    • #12. Cleanliness is next to impossible. - "The Bad News Brontos"
    • #13 A bird in the hand is worth an "A" in the class. - "Freddy's First Crush"
    • #10. Like father, like son. Unless you're in a different family. - "Heroes for Hire"
    • #19 or #90. When you shoot for the stars, keep both feet on the ground. - "Rubble Without a Cause"
    • #22. (original) When the going gets tough, make a run for it. - "The Fugitives"
    • #22. Parting is such sweet sorrow. Don't fall on your face or they'll be no tomorrow. - "Barney's Moving Experience"
    • #34. What goes up, comes down like magic. - "Dino Come Home"
  • The Jetsons' Way with Words (Mattel Electronics, 1984)
  • The Jetsons: George Jetson and the Legend of Robotopia (Commodore, 1990)
  • The Jetsons in By George, in Trouble Again (Hi-Tech Expressions, 1990)
  • Jetsons: The Computer Game (Hi-Tec Software, 1991)
  • The Jetsons: Cogswell's Caper! (Taito Corporation, 1992)
  • The Jetsons: Robot Panic (Taito Corporation, 1992)
  • The Jetsons' Space Race (Philips Interactive Media, 1993)
  • The Jetsons: Invasion of the Planet Pirates (Taito Corporation, 1994)
  • Flintstones/Jetsons: Timewarp (Philips Interactive Media, 1994)
  • The Jetsons in... Mealtime Malfunction (Microsoft, 1998)
  • Space Ghost and Teen Force are in "The Night of the Crab"
  • Teen Force and Jan are in "Reverso"
  • Superstore
    • "Scanners": Dina said to a kid about him having "Droopy Dog" face after hearing his mum couldn't afford his STEM program
  • The Cleveland Show
    • "The Curious Case of Jr. Working at the Stool": sound effects
    • "Harder, Better, Faster, Browner": The "Happy Housewife" song appears on the Billboard for the Hot 100 Cartoon Songs.
    • "Like a Boss": Boo Boo reference
    • "Mama Drama": A shooting star transition, accompanied by a narrator, occurs when Cleveland and Auntie Mama go to the Hall of Records, which resembles the Hall of Justice.
  • Droopy's name is Sergeant McPoodle in Northwest Hounded Police, Droopy Poodle in The Chump Champ, Pa in Homesteader Droopy, John Pettybone in Dixieland Droopy
  • Boo Boo Runs Wild caption: Boo Boo's not cancelled but his VA certainly is
  • Helstrom
    • "The One Who Got Away": Fangface board game
  • The Brady Bunch
    • "Adios, Johnny Bravo" - In Nick at Nite's pop-up version, they mentioned that Johnny Bravo had 12 fan clubs (the CN Johnny? Have to recheck this one day if it hasn't been removed)
  • Samurai Jack
    • "Jack and the Gangsters": The gangsters are a parody of the Anthill Mob
  • Toys of Terror: Speed Buggy and Snorky toys are possessed
  • Gilmore Girls
    • "Run Away Little Boy": Lorelei mentions to Rory about buying Powerpuff Girls shot glasses
    • "Teach Me Tonight": Rory has a Powerpuff Girls shot glass, a Scooby toy is in Luke's
    • "Haunted Leg": Kellog's box with Cartoon Network characters
    • "One's Got Class and the Other One Dyes": Rory uses the same cereal box.
    • "Application Anxiety": Lorelei mentions how she and Rory stuck their heads out of carved out holes of Johnny Bravo and SpongeBob SquarePants
    • "Lorelei Out of Water": Lorelei once used Powerpuff Girls stationary to tell a charity worker to go into their garage to pick up some boxes.
    • "Welcome to the Dollhouse:" Scooby reference.
    • "Introducing Lorelei Planetarium:" Jetsons reference
  • Riverdale
    • "Chapter Forty-Three: Outbreak": When Cheryl hears from Veronica that Hiram is working with Cheryl's uncle, Cheryl says it's "Shades of the Legion of Doom"
    • "Chapter Eighty-Five: Destroyer": Veronica mentions the commissioner and his Legion of Doom
  • Batman: Year One: Huckleberry toy pops up. (Need to see for context.)
  • A Podcast Named Scooby-Doo interview with Ed Scharlach
    • 22:10 and 58:09 talks about a Jetsons reboot at HB, script was written about having a real life person as a housemaid, which was revolutionary for them, kids sad, housemaid was obnoxious and her feelings got to the Jetsons, who ended up bringing back Rosie
    • around 11:30, he says Nickeloden gave critical notes on how his mysteries for The Wild Thornberries were too Scooby-Doo
    • from 26:00, he talks about his What's New, Scooby-Doo? hiring
    • around 27:30, never had a writer's room, he jokes about hating those
    • from 28:50, he says why; from 29:50, he talks about why he was hired, the sitcom and mystery sensibilities he could bring
    • 32:34, he talks about not doing something like SCOOB!, which his friends warned him against seeing
    • From 33:00, Scharlach would learn how to keep WNSD faithful from Krieg, Doty IV, and Keenan
    • From 34:00, he talks about never having watched Scooby-Doo before WNSD, during WNSD, and after WNSD, he simply learned what he had to know from his partners on the show.
    • From 35:40, he talks about being warned against watching A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
    • From 36:16, he talks about WNSD being written to appeal to grown-ups
    • From 37:32, he talks about how his son suggested the dragon in "Block-Long Hong Kong Terror". At 38:14, he made an attempt to get his son a story credit, but he was too young.
    • From 38:46, he named characters after his son, his son's friends, and his teacher. From 39:10, he says Linda Rauch (from "Uncle Scooby and Antarctica") was named after his son's kindergarten teacher.
    • From 40:28, he talks about Shaggy being a vegetarian because they thought it would be hip at the time
    • From 40:50, he compares Daphne to McGyver.
    • From 48:50, he talks about the transition from episodes to movies.
    • From 53:48, he says that Barbera came to work every day
    • From 54:48, he talks about adding Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner to "New Mexico, Old Monster"
    • From 56:34, he talks about Mr. B/Joe Barbera tribute, and how Barbera suggested the Secret Six
  • Saturday Night Live
    • Dan Levy/Phoebe Bridgers - In the Universal lot tour sketch, the guide mentions to the tourists they can see the Flintmobile (seen off-screen) from the live-action Flintstones movie
    • "Maya Rudolph/Jack Harlow" - Cindy Powell (Cecily Strong) is in the Weekend Update, telling Michael Che she looks like she's dressed like Fred Flintstone's mother-in-law
  • Clerks: The Animated Series
    • The Super Friends safety tips inspired Jay & Silent Bob's safety tips. Mentioned by Kevin Smith in the commentary for episode 1
  • Potamus' hookup, Kimberly: "X, the Exterminator", "Evolutionary War", "Sebben and Sebben Employee Operation"(?)
  • Yabba Dabba Dinosaurs
    • Teletoon lists it as "AVP: Aliens Vs Pebbles", why is that (I get the reference, but still)
  • Comic Book Men
    • "The Clash at the Stash": A seller mentions Hanna-Barbera in the Underoos line
    • "USS Ming": DC Comics' Space Ghost #5 in the background; there was also a poster in the background.
    • "Stashbusters": A seller brings in a Soaky of Secret Squirrel.
    • "Dragging Rights": A HB collector brings in a Happy Days cel to sell with Fonz and Mr. Cool. Bryan buys it for Walt for £200.
    • "Daughter of the Demon": A seller comes in with Dynomutt #1, and Walt buys it for £15. Walt says that Hanna-Barbera is better than Disney in terms of original characters
  • Venture Bros.
    • "Operation: P.R.O.M.": Dr. Venture mentions Thundarr, and indirectly Ooka when mentioning a Mok.
    • "The Devil's Grip": Wacky Races is mentioned, and Dick and Muttley are referred to.
    • "It Happening One Night": A Legion of Doom parody.
  • Teen Titans Go!
    • "Cy & Beasty" UK air date: November 8, 2021

The other Be Cool order

  • "Party Like It's 1899" - episode 2 (have yet to see this on ITV Hub, but I imagine this would be the number)
  • "The Norse Case Scenario" - episode 24
  • "The People vs. Fred Jones" - episode 25

The other Guess Who order

  • Episode 1 - Batman
  • Episode 2 - Sia
  • Episode 3 - Sherlock
  • Episode 4 - Wonder Woman
  • Episode 5 - Weird Al
  • Episode 6 - Funky Phantom
  • Episode 7 - Chris Paul
  • Episode 8 - Wanda Sykes
  • Episode 9 - Ricky Gervais
  • Episode 11 - Urkel
  • Episode 12 - Jim Gaffigan
  • Episode 13 - Whoopi

Tom and Jerry Show stuff

  • User:MisterJames/Jabberwock stuff
  • "The Devil You Know" (season 4, episode 20?) - November 28, 2020 on ITV (first airing) (but did was it on Boomerang before that?), storyboard by TJ House
  • "Counting Sheep" (season 4, episode 21?) - November 29, 2020 on ITV (first airing?) (but did was it on Boomerang before that?), storyboard by Scott O'Brien
  • "The Old Grey Hair" (season 4, episode 22?) - December 5, 2020 on ITV (first airing?) (but did was it on Boomerang before that?), storyboard by Len Simon
  • "Chutes and Tatters" (season 4, episode 23?) - December 6, 2020 on ITV (first airing?) (but did was it on Boomerang before that?), storyboard by John McClenahan
  • "Balloonatics" (season 4, episode 25?) - December 12, 2020 on ITV (first airing?) (but did was it on Boomerang before that?), storyboard by Neal Sternecky
  • "Ball of Fame" (season 4, episode 25?) - December 13, 2020 on ITV (first airing?) (but did was it on Boomerang before that?), storyboard by Todd Cronin
  • "Mega-Tom" (season 4, episode 27?) - December 19, 2020 on ITV (probably not first airing) - writer Jordan Gershowitz, storyboard Tod Carter
  • "Jabberwock" (season 4, episode 28?) - December 20, 2020 on ITV (first airing? probably not for any of them?), Will Finn, storyboard Dave Farber

The Powerpuff Girls (2016) stuff

  • User:MisterJames/Salamander stuff
  • "Bucketboy!" - storyboard by Benjamin P. Carow, Caitlin Vanarsdale
  • "In the Doghouse" - storyboard by Kyle Neswald, Jaydeep Hasrajani

Tom and Jerry shorts on my Prime (beyond my Blu's)

  • Polka-Dot Puss
  • Hatch Up Your Troubles
  • Heavenly Puss
  • Little Quacker
  • Jerry and the Lion
  • The Framed Cat
  • Jerry and the Goldfish
  • Jerry's Cousin
  • Cat Napping
  • The Flying Cat
  • Little Runaway
  • Fit to Be Tied
  • Cruise Cat
  • The Dog House
  • The Missing Mouse
  • Jerry and Jumbo
  • Johann Mouse
  • Just Ducky
  • Puppy Tale
  • Posse Cat
  • Pet Peeve
  • Southbound Duckling
  • Pup on a Picnic
  • The Flying Sorceress
  • Busy Buddies
  • Muscle Beach Tom
  • Down Beat Bear
  • Blue Cat Blues
  • Mucho Mouse
  • Happy Go Ducky
  • Royal Cat Nap
  • Robin Hoodwinked