|A Stone Age Story|
|Air date||November 9, 1991|
|Run time||23 minutes|
|Writer(s)|| David Schwartz|
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| A trunk holding a trunk, a rock picture show, and a knock-out game of baseball.|
|Preceded by||The Unfriendly Giants|
|Followed by||The Land of the Carpet Flyers|
Waldo is invited to a wild party at Wizard Whitebeard’s cave. However once getting there, Waldo is more interested in the cave paintings found on the Wizard’s walls; he soon he decides to travel to a time he’s never been to – back to the Stone Age. Waldo (and Woof) travel back in time and soon meet Sconk, a tribe leader, who shows Waldo the tribe’s latest project. The tribe is building a huge theater, but unlike other tribes, they have enlisted the work of animals to get the job done. As usual, trouble starts as soon as Odlaw shows up. Odlaw teams up with the scheming caveman Carn, and the two convince the animals to go on strike – and stop working until they get more respect. With the help of Waldo, Sconk attempts to restore peace between the animals and caveman and complete the theater. Waldo evens runs into an old ancestor (and his dog Bark). Will the humans be able to come to an agreement with the bears, mammoths, mice, birds, dogs, and other creatures? Will the theater ever be complete?
This episode was based off the illustration “The Stone Age” from Find Waldo Now.
In order of appearance
- The Narrator, Waldo, Woof, Wizard Whitebeard, party girls, Odlaw, cave people, bear, mouse foreman, mammoth, automatic bird toothbrush, Carn, Sconk, red dragon, dog, Caveman Waldo, Bark
- Carn: Say pal you look like the unsavory type most people avoid like the plague. Let's team up and get rid of this Waldo guy.
- Odlaw: Why should I team up with you?
- Carn: Well, I'm a low life, and you're a low life – it's our destiny.