This show is a parody of the classic 60s cartoon The Flintstones, which involved a prehistoric family and first aired in 1960. The show makes references to a number of things that the Flintstones have such as cars "powered by feet" and a remote control "powered" by a bird who would fly up to the TV and switch it on. It also referred to the habit of animators showing a cartoon character or characters on a continuous "loop" background scene.
This show is the tenth show visited in "Channel Chasers", after Timmy Turner wished for a Magic TV Remote that allowed him to travel through television as if the programs were real worlds. Shortly after arriving in this program and Timmy suggesting about becoming a modern stone-age family, Cosmo aggravates a saber-toothed tiger, which begins to chase him and the others. Timmy and his fairies flee in a foot-powered stone car, but the masked man from the previous show continues to pursue Timmy and his fairies on a pterodactyl and orders Timmy to surrender, forcing Timmy to jump programs with the remote yet again.
Connections with The Flintstones
- The pterodactyl and the saber-toothed tiger are based on the ones from the 1994 live-action movie version of The Flintstones.
- Cosmo's outfit resembles Fred Flintstone's outfit.
- Timmy's outfit resembles Bam-Bam's outfit.
- The foot-powered stone car that Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda are getting into resembles the one in The Flintstones.
- Timmy suggesting about being a modern stone-age family is similar to what The Flintstones are.