Wilma Flintstone
Wilma Flintstone
Drawn Together Character
Full Name Wilma Flintstone
Gender Female
Race Caucasian
Hair Red
Age Unknown
Job Housewife
Sexuality Heterosexual
Religion Christian
Voiced by Unknown
Wilma Anna Flintstone (née Pebble or Staghoople) is a character from the Hannah-Barbera cartoon The Flintstones. She is the wife of Fred Flintstone. She appeared in the Drawn Together episode The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist, Part II, as one of the contestants for a replacement for Wooldoor on the show. She explained how she was a very old-fashioned person who still used an armadillo as an iron, a pterodactyl as a record player, and a prehistoric worm as a tampon. She then exposed her worm tampon. The worm said "It's a living." and a red paintbrush painted blood into it.


  • Wilma mentions that she uses a pterodactyl as a record player. The Drawn Together housemates use a pterodactyl record player too, as seen in a gag from the episode Gay Bash. They do not take pride in it, however, as Wooldoor mentioned that he wanted to replace it with a new one.
  • Wilma's prehistoric worm tampon would be played with again in The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!, where Toot used a prehistoric worm as a dildo and then took out a similar looking worm and have it also say "It's a living".