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Hanna-Barbera Up! I had been watching Hanna-Barbera all my life (more so with Scooby much later in life), but I didn't get seriously into it until 2012.

I would like a Twitter break. I prefer Instagram, because I can just slap a photo on there and go or do as many as I'd like and it still felt okay. I like the audience we've built there. I can either entertain myself if I'm not entertaining a follower. But Twitter, which is always so much more involved, has ended up taking up more time than I cared to spend there originally, and I've ended up somehow getting carried away, when I was always supposed to be something I could casually go to every now and then.

About me

Hi, my name is James, and I'm a millennial who was born on June 9, which is also Bill & Ted Day, something I'm never gonna forget from now on.

I was an admin on Fandom's Scoobypedia for 10 years, and admin on several other HB-themed wikis there too. All the time, Fandom wasn't the easiest place to be, whether it was certain people there or just the way every time Fandom updated its look, it made it harder to edit. When a fellow editor at Arthur Wiki, was tired of the same problem and was duplicating it on Grifkuba, I finally was given an opportunity to do the same, except I didn't just want to bring my Scoobypedia over, I wanted the chance to be able to cover all of Hanna-Barbera (which caused some confusion). So, I had to start from the ground up and left to my own devices (which basically left me back at square one, not being very technologically sophisticated to begin with). Despite that, words cannot express how much I appreciate them giving me the chance to do this when they didn't have to, and I can't believe we've been here for more than two years now. True it doesn't have a large number of editors, but the site is still growing, and I don't think it's the quantity, but the quality that is important.

I did ask a couple of long time editors at Scoobypedia to join, but they weren't interested. Except for one particular person there who I was seeing crop up increasingly throughout the HB-themed wikis was Snoopy The Dog, who became a very valued companion over at Fandom, who I could knew I could trust to help me nurture and grow this wiki, and I'm happy to say we're both still here.

In the real-world, my life outside is being a carer, which is all kinds of things. Maybe I'll tell you about it one day.

Flintstone Kids credits

  • "Double Trouble Date" prod code: 8214
  • "The Comic Book Caper" prod code: 8217
  • "Movie Monster Menace" prod code: 8205
  • 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


| Yeti |- ! Becky Thyre | Roxanne |- ! Alex Zimmerman | Accuser |- ! Tommy Terrell | Accuser |- ! Tabbie Brown | Accuser |- ! Dean Cundey | Technician

| Dean Agate |- ! Nora Burns | Party guest |- ! Mark Kubr | Party guest |- ! Matt Griesser | Booth worker |- ! Mary Jo Smith | Gambler woman |- ! Duane Davis | Goon |- ! Kevin Grevioux | Associate goon |- ! Steven Schirripa | Croupier |- ! Lucille M. Oliver | Hotel worker |- ! Joel Virgel Vierset | Keyboard player |- ! John Stephenson | Showroom announcer

  • Was February 5, 2022 the premiere of "Cat and Mouse Burglars" / "Caterpillar and Mouse" / "The Pied Piper of Harlem" / "Lazy Jerry" on Teletoon?
  • Is February 12, 2022 the premiere of "To Your Health"/"Golf Brawl"/"Tom's Swan Song"/"King Spike the First and Last" on Teletoon
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
    • Cave Construction Co. ("The Entertainer")
    • Slate Rock and Gravel (I Yabba-Dabba Do!)
    • Slate Rock and Gravel Construction (Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby)
    • Slate and Company (Slate and Co.) (The Flintstones)
    • 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
    • "Menace II Secret Society:" Kabong sound on piano?
  • 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
    • "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
    • "Ink:" Bryan mentioned the Super Friends as a favourite superhero team, also mentioning the Wonder Twins. Kevin Smith mentions Marvin and Wendy and their dog Wonder Dog
    • "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.
    • "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
  • Teen Titans Go!
    • "Cy & Beasty" UK air date: November 8, 2021

The Other Get a Clue order

  1. Shags to Riches
  2. More Fondue for Scooby-Doo
  3. High Society Scooby
  4. Lightning Strikes Twice
  5. Party Arty
  6. Smart House
  7. Chefs of Steel
  8. Mystery of the Missing Mystery Solvers
  9. Don't Feed the Animals
  10. Almost Ghosts
  11. Pole to Pole
  12. Big Trouble
  13. Operation Dog and Hippy Boy
  14. Shaggy and Scooby World
  • 24 Almost Purr-fect (and at this point, the numbering seems made up)

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 was it on Boomerang before that?), storyboard by TJ House
  • "Counting Sheep" (season 4, episode 21?) - November 29, 2020 on ITV (first airing?) (but 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 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 was it on Boomerang before that?), storyboard by John McClenahan
  • "Balloonatics" (season 4, episode 25?) - December 12, 2020 on ITV (first airing?) (but 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 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

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

Shorts may not be on Prime anymore

  • 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

In New York UK order

  • Museum Peace/Put a Ring on It
  • Muscle Beach Tom
  • Down Beat Bear
  • Blue Cat Blues
  • Mucho Mouse
  • Happy Go Ducky
  • Royal Cat Nap
  • Robin Hoodwinked