Moonlight And Maintenance

After visiting luxury apartments, Fred decides he wants to live there so he moves there with Wilma and Pebbles. In order to pay for the place, Fred takes a job at Bedrock Towers, a luxury high-rise apartment, moonlighting as the “resident stationary engineer” (i.e., janitor). The luxury apartment features hysterical “high-tech” gadgetry, such as an automatic elevator operated by a brontosaurus with a rope around its neck and automated windows operated by a pair of monkeys perched on the outside windowsills. He finds that working two jobs is too hectic, and things really get sticky when Fred’s boss, Mr. Slate, moves into Bedrock Towers at his wife’s behest.