Hey, everyone. I apologize for the lack of posts this past week, as work has been kind of hectic lately. However, I'm back for now, and with an all-new video to showcase. For this week, I bring you a segment from a 1991 airing of Entertainment Tonight all about The Flintstones and its 30th anniversary. Included in this video are interviews with Joe Barbera, Bill Hanna, original Wilma voice Jean Vander Pyl, and Henry Corden, Fred's voice actor following the passing of Alan Reed. A pretty fun segment, and it's great to see how quickly Corden and Vander Pyl get into character as Fred and Wilma respectively. And before anyone points it out, yes, The Flintstones debuted in 1960, so technically 1990 would've been the 30th anniversary. I have no idea why the decision was made to celebrate it in '91 instead, but maybe one of my readers does!