Hanna-Barbera

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*[[Strong Badia the Free]] — In [[Strong Badia the Free Cave Girl Squad|Cave Girl Squad]], Ogg drives a car similar to the one from ''The Flintstones''.
*[[Strong Badia the Free]] — In [[Strong Badia the Free Cave Girl Squad|Cave Girl Squad]], Ogg drives a car similar to the one from ''The Flintstones''.
*[[Most in the Graveyard]] — [[Homsar]] dresses as [[Wikipedia:Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels|Captain Caveman]].
*[[Most in the Graveyard]] — [[Homsar]] dresses as [[Wikipedia:Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels|Captain Caveman]].
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*Email [[unnatural]] ([[unnatural#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]]) — Strong Bad and Mike talk about clickers, both a mouse and a remote control, and Strong Bad mentions that his great-grandma would call the remote control clicker "the pterodactyl that flies out of a stone box that turns the TV on for you". This refers to how one of the gadgets on ''The Flintstones'' might be used.
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Hanna-Barbera was an animation studio founded by William Hanna and Joe Barbera, who were originally known for the Tom & Jerry theatrical shorts produced for MGM. Hanna-Barbera productions were a staple of television animation from the 1960s until William Hanna's death in 2001. In keeping with The Brothers Chaps intention with creating Saturday morning cartoons, references to these shows occasionally appear in the toons, mostly to their sound effects.

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