The Jetsons

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The Jetsons was an animated prime-time television series about a nuclear family in the space age future, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions from 1962 to 1963. After being re-run on Saturday morning for decades, new episodes were produced in 1985, and 1987 for syndication.

Unilab (Nov 25, 1962)[edit]

George Jetson: It'll be easy. I'll just tell Mr. Spacely I'm very sorry and that I'll never call him names again.
[Nearly has a head-on collision with another car]
George Jetson: Why you big strata-jerk. It's vacuum-heads like you who keep fuselage and fender shops in business. Come on out and face the music.
Mr. Spacely: [Emerges from the other car] 'Morning, Jetson. Nice day isn't it?
George Jetson: M-M-M-Mr. Spacely, I presume?
Mr. Spacely: That's correct. I hope you're wearing your watch, Jetson, because you have exactly 5 MINUTES TO CLEAN OUT YOUR DESK!

George Jetson: I hope you get ulcers in your cyclotron.

George Jetson: I've got a wife, two kids and 10 finance companies to support. How am I supposed to pay my bills?

Elroy's Mob (March 3, 1963)[edit]

Jane Jetson: Our son has run away!
George Jetson: Don't worry, honey, he won't get far. Where can a kid like him go?
Jane Jetson: No place. Just to the moon, Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Saturn...
George Jetson: [blubbering] That's enough! That's enough! That's enough!

Repeated quotes[edit]




The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones (1987)[edit]

Mr. Spacely: Jetson! Thank goodness you're still here! I've got some good news and some bad news...
George: What's the bad news, Mr. Spacely?
Mr. Spacely: We've discovered a very dangerous computer virus that you have to stop right away!
George: But that could take months! By the way... what's the good news?
Mr. Spacely: The good news is I don't have to do it! 'Bye now!

About The Jetsons[edit]

  • I told them 1,000 years from now or a million years, the problem is always going to be parking.

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