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Edit Cast Series cast summary: Stuart Pankin Earl Sinclair 65 episodes, Jessica Walter Fran Sinclair 65 episodes, Jason Willinger Robbie Sinclair 65 episodes, Leif Tilden Charlene Sinclair 64 episodes, Kevin Clash Grandma Ethyl Phillips 33 episodes, Sherman Hemsley Edit Storyline The Dinosaurs are an animatronics stone-age working-class family created by Jim Henson for Disney.
Taglines: The Funniest Family in 60 Million Years! Edit Did You Know? Trivia Robbie has a teenage mutant ninja caveman on his wall. Quotes [ repeated line ] Baby Sinclair : Not the mama!
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Add the first question. Edit Details Country: USA. Language: English. Robbie : Oh, well, I, uh Grapdelite 1 : We've lost him.
Grapdelite 2 : So try an illustration. Grapdelite 1 : Of course. Robbie : Well, we get to eat whoever we want. Uh, no offense. Grapdelite 1 : Oh, none taken.
Grapdelite 2 : However, if we don't plan for the future, there won't be anymore food. That would be the cost. Robbie : What do you mean "no more food"?
There's always more, that's what "more" means. Grapdelite 1 : Oh, dear Robbie : Um, yeah, so? Grapdelite 1 : Now, suppose that you eat all the grapes.
Robbie : Hm, okay. Grapdelite 2 : Now, suppose you want grapes tomorrow. Robbie : Well, I'll go the market and get some.
Grapdelite 2 : But those were all the grapes in the world. Robbie : Well, then I'll have to eat something else. Grapdelite 1 : Oh, well, you rule the world.
Grapdelite 2 : A world without grapes. Robbie : So you're saying that if we eat them all, there won't be anymore. Grapdelite 1 : I think he understands Robbie : Ha!
I can stretch that to words easy! Grapdelite 1 : Or maybe he doesn't.. Robbie : You guys can help me with my homework everyday, or at least until Mom and Dad's anniversary.
Richfield overhears Earl having Grapdelites for his 20th anniversary and orders him to come to his office] Earl : You wanted to see me, my captain?
Richfield : I hear you got your 20th anniversary coming up, Sinclair! Earl : How suspiciously cordial of you to take an interest, sir.
Richfield : And the wife's probably lookin' forward to that Grapdelite dinner, right? Earl : I'm sure she is, sure. Richfield : Yeah, a little wine, candlelight, and those Grapdelites gonna taste so sweet and satisfyin'!
You and the wife will probably look each other in the eye and tell each other how very much in love you still are, and who knows? Maybe you'll take a little trip upstairs and Earl : It's not?
Earl : What?! Richfield : They're my favorite food, Sinclair! Everybody's out of'em, you got'em, I want'em! You don't give'em to me, I'm gonna bite off your head!
Earl : B-b-b-but I can't give them to your, sir. They're for my wife. If she didn't get them, she'd be very unhappy. Richfield : How much is your wife's happiness worth to you, Sinclair?
Earl : Well, I see what you're getting at there, sir Richfield, but no amount of money is worth taking this away from my wife. My wife's happiness means the world to me.
Earl : It's a small world after all. But with all due respect, you know, there is the matter of my own personal dignity, sir.
You only get one 20th anniversary, and if I sell you by Grapdelites, how much is my personal dignity worth? Earl : That should cover it. Richfield : I think we've taken care of that.
I got an F. Robbie : Oh, sorry. I didn't see you. Grapdelite 1 : He seems distressed. Grapdelite 2 : I hope it's nothing we've done. Robbie : "Why dinosaurs ruled the Earth?
Look what the teacher wrote. That's what 'more' means. Grapdelite 2 : But just because the teacher doesn't understand doesn't mean you failed.
Grapdelite 1 : Oh, no! Robbie : Stanly Kravitz got an A. Grapdelite 1 : Well, what did he write? Robbie : He wrote, "Because we're big.
I had the right answer, and I let you guys talk me out of it! Why did I let you talk me out of it? Grapdelite 2 : Because it's wrong.
Robbie : Yeah, but the teacher thinks it's right. Grapdelite 1 : Well, what if the teacher's wrong? Robbie : Yeah, right.
Anyway, the teacher said there would be enough grapes and there would always be enough of everything, then she called me a radical! Grapdelite 1 : But there's not gonna be always enough of everything?
Robbie : Ah, leave me alone. I already flunked once, and that's what I get for letting food do my homework. Robbie : What?! Grapdelite 2 : That's why they can't find anymore of us, they're aren't any.
Grapdelite 1 : We're the last of our kind. Robbie : How can that be? Grapdelite 2 : Because we're delicious.
Grapdelite 2 : Oh, boy. What a blow to your teacher. Robbie : You guys should try to escape or something. Grapdelite 1 : No, no, we need to help you with your paper.
Grapdelite 2 : It's very important. Grapdelite 1 : Yes, very. Robbie : But this is your last night on Earth. Forget the paper!
The assignment is over! Grapdelite 2 : No, it's not. Not if you don't the answer yet. Grapdelite 1 : No, no. Here, Robbie. Try it again. Robbie : Alright.
Grapdelite 1 : Now, why do dinosaurs rule the Earth? Robbie : Why? Earl : Robbie! Grapdelite 1 : That's your father! Grapdelite 2 : Happy anniversary!
Robbie : Shh! Career Opportunities [ edit ] [ Earl is watching television, dejectedly, after becoming disillusioned with his job ] TV : Why are you stuck in a boring dead-end job?
Earl : I don't know. TV : Why does your boss always yell at you? Earl : Can't figure it out. TV : Why is your life such a complete mess?
Earl : Will you stop pickin' on me? TV : Why ask 'Why'? Drink alcohol! Nobody likes a thinker! You may not be able to change your life, but you can change the way you look at it.
The more you drink, the less you think! What Sexual Harris Meant [ edit ] Fran : Earl, Monica needs a job, and there's going to be an opening down at work, right?
Earl : Right. Fran : So Earl : So? Fran, will you stop talking in riddles? Fran : I want you to take Monica to work and get her interview with Mr.
Earl : A female tree-pusher? You can't be serious! It's ludicrous! I'd be a laughingstock! Earl : Mr. Richfield : What?!
Earl : There's someone I'd like you to meet. Richfield : [looks out the window of his trailer and sees Monica] Well, you brought me a female, eh, Sinclair?
Earl : Well, I, uh Richfiend : That's mighty nice, but I already got a wife. Nice gesture, though. Earl : Oh, thank you, but, she's here for the Richfield : [jumps in shock] WHAT?!
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Dave Goelz Seasons 1—2 Mak Wilson Seasons 2—4. The patriarch of the Sinclair family, Earl is the protagonist. He is a Megalosaurus and is depicted as being thick-headed and suggestible.
Earl works as a Tree Pusher at the WESAYSO Development Corporation. Mitchel Young Evans Seasons 1—2 Tony Sabin Prince Seasons 2—4 Pons Maar occasionally.
The mother and homemaker of the Sinclair family. Fran is mentioned on the show as being an Allosaurus. On rare occasions, Fran wears fuzzy house slippers.
Earl affectionately calls his wife "Frannie". Steve Whitmire Rob Mills occasionally Julianne Buescher eyes.
Earl and Fran's son and oldest child, he is a Hypsilophodon. Robbie stands out with his red varsity jacket and bright red sneakers. Michelan Sisti Star Townshend occasionally Arlene Lorre Season 1, episode 1 only.
Earl and Fran's only daughter and middle child, she is a Protoceratops. Charlene stands out by wearing sweaters, necklaces, and earrings.
Terri Hardin arms, Season 1—3 Julianne Buescher arms, Season 4. Earl and Fran's son and youngest child, he is a Megalosaurus as stated by Earl. In the episode "Out of the Frying Pan," Baby is shown as a Ceratosaurus.
His legal name is Baby Sinclair, which was given to him by the Chief Elder. Baby is sarcastic and wisecracking. His favorite thing to do is to hit Earl on the head with a frying pan.
His catch phrases are "I'm the baby. Gotta love me. Earl will often call his youngest son "Junior". Brian Henson seasons 1—2 Rickey Boyd seasons 3—4 Kevin Clash occasionally David Greenaway occasionally Julianne Buescher face, occasionally.
Ethyl is an Edmontonia who is Fran's mother, Earl's mother-in-law, and the maternal grandmother of Robbie, Charlene, and Baby.
Ethyl comes to live with the Sinclairs, and is revealed to have a son named Stan Fran's brother. Ethyl always wears house slippers and is wheel chair bound.
Ethyl enjoys making fun of Earl and hitting him with her cane. Pons Maar body Julianne Buescher arms. Roy is Earl's co-worker at the WESAYSO Development Corporation and best friend.
He is a dimwitted Tyrannosaurus who also has a brother named Roy. Steve Whitmire Rob Mills occasionally Allan Trautman occasionally. Steve Whitmire Rob Mills occasionally.
Richfield is Earl, Roy, Ralph, Gus, and Sid's heartless boss at the WESAYSO Development Corporation where he oversees the Tree Pushers.
He is a Styracosaurus. In "Hungry for Love," it is revealed that Mr. Richfield has a daughter named Wendy. A Brontosaurus and Fran's best friend who is the only four-legged dinosaur on the show.
She is usually seen from the neck up where it took up to three to four people to operate the neck and head. He is a semi regular character who resembles a Polacanthus with a bandana, a black leather jacket , and biker boots.
Spike is Robbie's best friend who often refers to him as "Scooter. A Troodon who is a co-worker of Earl and Roy at the WESAYSO Development Corporation.
The Full-Bodied costume used for Ralph is often used for one-appearance minor characters. A Ceratosaurus who is a co-worker of Earl and Roy at the WESAYSO Development Corporation.
The Full-Bodied costume used for Gus is often used for one-appearance minor characters. A Psittacosaurus who is a co-worker of Earl and Roy at the WESAYSO Development Corporation.
Sid is seen more than the other characters. He enjoys bagels and donuts. The Full-Bodied costume used for Sid is often used for one-appearance minor characters.
Bruce Lanoil first time Tom Fisher later appearances. A bespectacled Troodon who is Robbie, Charlene, Mindy, and Spike's teacher at Bob LaBrea High School.
The Full-Bodied costume used for Mr. Pulman is often used for one-appearance minor characters. A female Corythosaurus who is Charlene's best friend.
There are two different characters with the same name that are both friends of Charlene. There are also two unrelated characters called Mindy: One green-skinned character named Mindy only appeared in "Slave to Fashion.
A Walter Cronkite -esque Pachycephalosaurus who is the newscaster for DNN short for Dinosaur News Network which is a spoof of CNN.
He is one of a few characters that isn't a Full-Bodied character. Chief Elder. Also known as the Elder-in-Chief, the Chief Elder presides over all of the government in Pangaea.
It is assumed that he is the head of the Council of Elders. There had been different Chief Elders in different appearances: The first Chief Elder appeared in the two-part episode "Nuts to War" where he was a Protoceratops.
He was performed by Steve Whitmire and voiced by George Gaynes. The Dryptosaurus Chief Elder who died in the episode "And the Winner Is Hero performed by Allan Trautman and voiced by Jason Bernard.
He was about to name Baby Sinclair, but he was dying with the Stegosaurus name announcer thinking the Chief Elder named Baby "Aagh Aagh I'm Dying You Idiot Sinclair".
This was the only Chief Elder that was a Full-Bodied character. A suited Chief Elder that appeared in "Green Card" is performed by Mak Wilson and voiced by Joe Flaherty.
The Chief Elder that appeared in "The Greatest Story Never Sold" is performed by Allan Trautman and voiced by Tim Curry. The Chief Elder that appeared in "The Golden Child" is voiced by Michael Dorn.
The Chief Elder that appeared in "Working Girl" is performed by Allan Trautman and voiced by Joe Flaherty. Lizard is a gray Iguanodon who is the star of Baby's favorite TV show "Ask Mr.
Lizard" a parody of the television show Watch Mr. His show helpfully taught generations of children about science that was vaguely related to scientific principles, but mostly existed as a way of ridding the world of young dinosaurs named Timmy.
After the often violent death of his assistant, Mr. Lizard would cheerfully call off-camera "We're going to need another Timmy! Dilophosaurus dinosaur whose feet can only be seen.
He appeared in the Dinosaurs episode "High Noon". He takes a romantic interest in Fran, and challenges Earl for her. Henri Poupon is an Archaeopteryx appeared in the Dinosaurs episode "Getting to Know You.
The Poupons are a family of birds who come from an unnamed country, clearly based on France. Henri is irritated by exchange student Charlene Sinclair.
He is disappointed by the consumption of his own son, but feels that a big screen TV would help the healing process. Blarney is a red Deinonychus hand-puppet character on Dinosaurs, intended as a spoof of Barney the Dinosaur.
He appeared in Dinosaur TV segments in two fourth-season episodes — "Terrible Twos" and "Into the Woods. He appears on videotapes released as part of the Blarney Home Video Library.
Parents who order will "get a new video delivered to their child every hour for the next decade.
Allan Trautman normal voice , Edward Asner evil voice. Georgie is a dinosaur dressed as a full bodied European hippopotamus. He is a children's TV icon who appeared in the Dinosaurs episode "Georgie Must Die.
Georgie is actually a megalomaniac planning to take over the world through his financial empire and the devotion of the dinosaur children.
After Earl was arrested for impersonating Georgie, Fran invited Georgie down to the police department to clear things up where he showed off his bad side when alone with Earl while stating that he was not pleased with Earl posing as him.
Later that night, Earl learned about his motives from Jean-Claude and Brigitte upon them springing Earl from the police department. Earl later fought Georgie on his television show and ended up defeating him.
During the credits, Howard Handupme reported that Georgie was arrested for tax evasion and racketeering following an investigation from what happened on his TV show.
It was also mentioned that the Chief Elder has pardoned Earl of his crime of posing as Georgie and gave him the Key to the City.
Roy ended up taking his place on TV as the eponymous "Uncle Roy. A generic green Dryptosaurus. This Unisaur was used for: Ansel from the episode "Driving Miss Ethyl".
His face was performed by Julianne Buescher , his body was performed by Pons Maar , and voice was provided by Michael McKean.
The Babysitter from the episode "Terrible Twos". His face was performed by Bruce Lanoil , his body was performed by Tom Fisher, and voice was provided by John Glover.
Buddy Glimmer from the episode "Family Challenge". His face was provided by David Greenaway, his body performed by Jack Tate, and his voice was provided by Sam McMurray.
The Devil from the episode "Life in the Faust Lane". His face was performed by Bruce Lanoil , his body was performed by Pons Maar , and his voice was provided by Tim Curry.
Ficus from the episode "Germ Warfare". His face was performed by Bruce Lanoil , his body was performed by Pons Maar , and his voice was provided by Charles Kimbrough.
Ed from the episode "Scent of a Reptile". His face was performed by David Greenaway, his body was performed by Jack Tate, and his voice provided by Thom Sharp.
Mel Luster from the episode "The Mating Dance". His face was performed by Bruce Lanoil , his body was performed by Jack Tate, and his voice was provided by Richard Portnow.
Walter Sternhagen from the episode "The Discovery". His face was performed by Bruce Lanoil , his body was performed by Pons Maar , and his voice was provided by Thom Sharp.
A tall dinosaur resembling a Troodon with an elongated snout. In addition to being used for Mr.