Recently, I saw the complete series of The Flintstones for sale at my local Walmart. I batted around the idea of purchasing it, but eventually left the store without it. A few days later, I went back and the only set they had left (the one I looked at) was gone. I was a little sad, but no harm was done. In saying that, seeing the DVD box set --- which looked rather nice --- rekindled my interest in the modern stone age Flintstone family. Several years back, I purchased the complete first season, and I recollect enjoying those episodes when I watched them. It's been some time since I have watched those, but seeing the box set that Walmart had/has certainly has made me want to dust off my old DVDs and perhaps even buy some more of them. The Flintstones was the first long-running and successful animated situation comedy. Initially aimed at adult audiences, it was pitched as a prehistoric re-imagining of The Honeymooners, which starred Jackie Gleason. Over time, however, the series became more youth-orientated, especially following the additions of the Flintstones' daughter, Pebbles, and the Rubbles' adopted son, Bamm-Bamm. What's your thoughts on this beloved animated classic? Any opinions on any other Hanna-Barbera classics?