"My Fair Freddy" is the twenty-fifth episode of the sixth season and the one hundred and sixty-fifth overall episode of the original series, The Flintstones. It aired on March 25, 1966.


The Flintstones are accepted into the Stonyside Country Club when an overhead conversation about Dino's lineage is misunderstood to be about Fred's. Gazoo sets about helping Fred get culture.


Snobs at the Stoneyside Country Club are looking for new clientele and, on investigating a new applicant (Fred) for admission into the prestigious club, two Stoneyside ladies overhear that Wilma's "pet" has descended from royalty. Although Wilma is really speaking of Dino, whose royal lineage has been confirmed, the Stoneyside women misunderstand and believe that Wilma's "pet" is her husband- and that Fred has royal blood.

Fred and Wilma are therefore both given membership in the club, and though Fred is honored to be included in the Stoneyside clique, he and Wilma both realise that the club's representatives are in error about Fred's entitlement. Nevertheless, Fred is resolved to impress his inductors, and Gazoo offers to improve Fred's poise and mannerisms. Fred insists that Gazoo use conventional means to achieve this (i.e. no magic), and Gazoo is happy to oblige. He trains Fred in ballet.

Joe Rockhead and other Bedrock men assemble outside Fred's garage to peek at the balletic moves of Flintstone-in-tights, and Fred's embarrassment causes him to shrink! Finally, Fred decides to attend a Stoneyside ball as himself, and he and Wilma teach the hoity-toity cream of Bedrock society to do a ducky dance, and nearly everyone present willingly joins in the waddling and "quack-quacking".





  • TV
  • Golf clubs
  • Golf ball



  • Flintmobile
  • Police helicopter (only appearance)
  • Stonyside cab (only appearance)


Alan Reed Fred Flintstone
Jean Vander Pyl Wilma Flintstone
Pebbles Flintstone
Mel Blanc Barney Rubble
Gerry Johnson Betty Rubble
Don Messick Bamm-Bamm Rubble
Harvey Korman The Great Gazoo
Henry Corden Additional voices



  • The title is a spoof to My Fair Lady.
  • The 'Duck Walk' song and dance is obviously borrowed from the 'Chicken Dance', which was composed in the 1950s.


  • None known.

Season 6 of The Flintstones
"No Biz Like Show Biz" • "The House That Fred Built" • "The Return of Stony Curtis" • "Disorder in the Court" • "Circus Business" • "Samantha" • "The Great Gazoo" • "Rip Van Flintstone" • "The Gravelberry Pie King" • "The Stonefinger Caper" • "The Masquerade Party" • "Shinrock A Go-Go" • "Royal Rubble" • "Seeing Doubles" • "How to Pick a Fight with Your Wife Without Really Trying" • "Fred Goes Ape" • "The Long, Long, Long Weekend" • "Two Men on a Dinosaur" • "The Treasure of Sierra Madrock" • "Curtain Call at Bedrock" • "Boss for a Day" • "Fred's Island" • "Jealousy" • "Dripper" • "My Fair Freddy" • "The Story of Rocky's Raiders"
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