As part of his scheme to find the fall guy, Vandercave holds a company-wide aptitude test, where the worker with the highest score would become the new vice president of the company. Knowing how much Fred wants the promotion, Barney secretly switches his completed test with Fred's, since he knows that he has a better chance than Fred. Fred receives the promotion, complete with many fancy perks including a large executive office and a beautiful secretary whom he immediately develops an infatuation for. But his first order as vice president is to terminate Barney’s employment since Barney's score, having been switched with Fred's, is the lowest in the company. Fred is unwilling to fire his friend, but Vandercave threatens to fire both Barney and him if he refuses. Fred reluctantly accepts, but does his best to help Barney support his family, and even invites the Rubbles to live with the Flintstone family so that they can rent out their home for extra income. However, Fred's job and newfound wealth puts a strain on his relationships with Wilma and the Rubbles. Vandercave eventually tricks Fred into dismissing more workers, over the objections of his office Dictabird. Later, Barney confronts Fred after seeing worker riots on a television news channel, and in the heat of the argument, reveals that he switched tests with Fred. The Rubbles move out, despite having nowhere to live. Wilma grows weary of Fred's increasingly snobbish behavior, especially after catching him in the middle of an intimate moment with his secretary and she leaves him to go to her mother's house with their daughter Pebbles, leaving Fred alone.
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