The best Quotes by Wilma Flintstone

The best Quotes by Wilma Flintstone

Wilma Flintstone is a fictional character in the television animated series The Flintstones. Wilma is the red-headed woman married to caveman Fred Flintstone, daughter of Pearl Slaghoople, and mother of Pebbles Flintstone. Her best friend is her next door neighbor, Betty Rubble.

And another thing. If you don't take that insulting commercial off the air, I'll sue, report you to the FCC, and... slap your face!
The Flintstones - Season 1 Episode 28

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Barney Rubble has been my neighbor, my lodge brother and my best friend since the first time I went through the fifth grade.
Barney: "You're afraid to tell Wilma, aren't you?"
Fred: "Afraid? Now let's get this straight, Rubble, I don't need permission from my wife to make a decision. In my cave, I reign supreme!"
Barney: "I won't tell her, Fred."
Fred: "Thanks, pal."
Fred: "How can you be so stupid?"
Barney: "Hey, that's not very nice. Say you're sorry!"
Fred: "I'm sorry you're stupid."
Sorry I'm late, had car trouble. I picked up a nail. [Shows everyone a bandaid on his dirty foot]
Barney: "You know, Fred, I hear that eatin' too much red meat is bad for you."
Fred: "What a load of bunk. My father ate it every day of his life and he lived to the ripe old age of 38."
Fred: "Aww, she looks like a chip off the ol' block."
Barney: "Actually, more like a pebble off the ol' Flintstone."
Wilma: "It's been weeks since you had a good word for anybody or anything."
Fred: "Oh yeah, what about that thing I said about your mother last week?"
Wilma: "My mother?"
Fred: "I said, good riddance she lives 50 miles away."
Fred Flintstone in The Flintstones - Season 3 Episode 8
We'll make new friends, there's 4,000 other people in this world.
Wilma: "I cannot believe you just sat there and let them walk out on us."
Fred: "At least I can walk around the house in my underwear again."
Wilma: "And that is more important to you than 20 years of friendship?"
Fred: "It is - on a hot day."
Fred Flintstone: "Barney, what would you do if you were holding the queen alone?"
Barney Rubble: "I don't know, Fred, it all depends on what time the king gets home."
Barney Rubble in The Flintstones - Season 2 Episode 4
Fred Flintstone: "I seem to have lost my appetite. What is this stuff, anyway?"
Pearl Slaghoople: "Health food, sonny. Just what the doctor ordered."
Fred Flintstone: "Then let the doctor eat it."
Fred Flintstone in The Flintstones - Season 2 Episode 25
He was a midget in the big house, see? And he tried to escape by wiggling through a mouse hole after lights out, but he outsmarted himself, see? 'Cause it wasn't a mouse hole, it was a light socket, and somebody turned the lights on.
Fred Flintstone in The Flintstones - Season 2 Episode 4
Put daddy down, Bam Bam. Ouch! Not on the head!
Why can't they invent something for us to marry instead of women?
We're not defined by what we los. We're defined by what we survive.
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They're exhausting to inflate, they scare the shit out of you when they pop, and uninflated they just look like a pile of clown-condoms.
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Lip: "Hey, whoa. You really think they deserve your hard-earned money for that service?"
Frank: "Dine and dash?"
Lip: "Bite and bolt."
Frank: "Eat it and beat it?"
Shameless - Season 3 Episode 12
What can I say, once you go white, you always stay tight. Hey, I think I just insulted myself.
Kevin Ball in Shameless - Season 3 Episode 12
Frank: "What did they get you for again?"
"Beat my ex-wife to death with a telephone."
Frank': "Cordless or landline?"
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