• July 12, 2021

How I got to watch The Flintstones on the big screen

I got a call from the Flintstones’ showrunners a few months back asking me to join them for a visit to their hometown.

In this short clip from the series, a boy named Tobias (the Flintstones’) dad, George, is shown playing in the park while his little sister, Lucy, is watching.

In the background, an older boy (who appears to be George’s nephew) is talking to Lucy about how he feels about being a Flintstones fan.

Lucy’s dad is seen chatting with George, and she can be seen holding her hands up as she says, “I think we should go see the Flintsons.

They’ve got the best TV.”

I had no idea what to expect.

This was not a show that had a particular fondness for big cities or history.

It was a show about a boy from Flint, Michigan, who grew up in an area where he lived a normal life and then went to a city where he became the hero of the world.

The Flintsens were born from a comic book.

There were a lot of them.

I had never seen a Flints cartoon before and thought they looked a little bit like the cartoon.

But then, when I saw The Flinttones for the first time, I instantly fell in love with the characters and their lives.

In fact, I have always loved comics.

I’ve always loved watching the Flintons.

I grew up reading all of their books and my parents always told me that I would be a Flintstone, but I never actually did.

I did, however, read about them in a couple of comics.

The comic books were all about superheroes.

And when I was in elementary school, my father would ask me about my favourite superheroes.

One of the characters he was obsessed with was the Green Lantern.

And I’d say, “Oh, yeah, I like that Green Lantern.”

And he’d say “Yeah, you did, too.”

And I was like, “Yeah.

But I haven’t seen that Green Arrow since I was a little kid.

But he’s the Green Arrow.”

And then, years later, my mom would say, and I was listening to the news, “You were in kindergarten when you heard that Green Archer was killed by the Joker.”

And she’d go, “And that was your favourite comic book character?”

And I would say “No. I haven