Dinosaurs follows the life of a family of dinosaurs, living in a modern world. They have TV's, fridges, microwaves, and every modern convenience. The Dinosaurs are an animatronics stone-age working-class family created by Jim Henson for Disney. Incredibly overweight, even for a dinosaur, Earl Sinclair is married to Fran and tries/fails to support 14-year-old valley girl Charlene, 16-year-old Robbie (whose crest eventually turns into a Mohawk and gets dyed purple), widowed, cranky Grandma Ethel, and terrible-twos Baby, the true master of the house. Sharp social commentary is featured surprisingly often; Earl is a tree-pusher for the Wesayso Development Corp., which regularly implements schemes to screw their workers even more and destroy the world for marginal profit increment. Chilled but live prey are kept in the refrigerator and are helpful when you can't find the milk, and caveman Humans make occasional appearances as wild animals and pets.
It's a big problem when the government blames its poor economy on four-legged dinosaurs and enacts anti-four-legged laws. So in order for Monica to stay in the land of Pangia, Roy marries the outlawed Monica so that she can stay in the country for good, but this also causes big effections and errors on Roy's friendship with Earl and his job the WeSaySo Corporation.
Robbies got the hots for a young attractive female dinosaur named Caroline Foxworth. But he's plan to woo her fails, so he turns to Spike for some help and when it get's ruined the two end going to jail and almost arrested. Luckily the police send Robbie and Spike home which brings Earl and Fran the arguments to the two. But what Earl doesn't realize is that Spike confesses that the females are causing alot of troubles with the males. Then fran comes and punishes Robbie untill furthur notice. Later Robbie finds out that Spikes been dating Caroline, which turns him to the point to confront him after all the trouble he went from him. But caroline isn't please and rejects Robbie.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Earl steams up when his sister Pearl, who only comes around once in 15 years, shows up to see the Baby. She's a country folk singer and invites Robbie and Charlene to the Bunkin' Bronto to hear her sing, Earl forbids it, but they go anyway. Down there, Roy meets Pearl and falls head over heels for her, but Earl forbids him to be in love with her, claiming she walked out on the whole family. Pearl explains to the kids when their father died, Earl dropped out of school to become a tree pusher and support their mother, and she packed up and left to pursue a singing career, and a rodeo clown named Buttons, and Earl never forgave her for walking out. Roy starts to see more of Earl in Pearl when he tries to kiss her and walks out, Pearl invites the whole family down to the Bunkin' Bronto for one last performance, and asks her baby brother to come up on stage for a duet that explains her apology.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
After research shows too many exhausted dinosaurs are dying from overwork, vacation is invented. Richfield opens WeSaySoland for the employees, while Fran has her heart set on a swampland adventure. Earl shows the baby a brochure of WeSaySoLand, leading to days of protesting against the swamplands. And when they finally give into WeSaySoLand, they arrive on a 14-day package, leaving them held hostage in a theme park that's only half constructed. After a plot to escape after dark fails, Fran shows the family with a lack of other fancy things to do, they can do things as a family.
Robbie searches to find a first ever career opportunity for him to prove that he's grown and that can he can handle with hit. When the Job Wizard gives him the job of ""tree-pushing"" Robbie isn't comfortable, but makes Earl feel happy that he can finally spend time helping his son with his new job.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
When Charlene's class is assigned to think of an original idea, her world-is-round theory falls flat, and she's tried for heresy. She get's arrested stating that the world is round and everybody believes that the world is flat. So she decides to prove them wrong by traveling with Robbie to the end of the earth to there sudden death. But they return and everyone realized now the world was round.
Robbie comes up a excellent idea for his science project. He creates a project about 'power eruptions' when it becomes a popular hit around dinosaur world, the family expect more from him to be with Robbie with his sucessful project. But B.P. Richfield has a plan to make his worker Earl's son Robbies project become a worst rumor ever.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
When Baby's constant whining gets to be too much for the Sinclair household to put up with, Earl decides it's time to continue a male dinosaur tradition. The father takes the infant son out into the woods, and sets him on a flat stone, and leaves him, then the baby is to learn to do for himself and make his way back home. Unfortunately after Earl, with the help of Robbie and Roy, put Baby on the stone and leave, they end up in a tar pit, which leaves them sinking helplessly while the baby is clueless as to what to do. Finding an elderly dinosaur who is seeking his now grown son he left in the woods, the Baby comes to the rescue just as the boys are about to completely sink in the tar. They find out the elder is searching for his son ""Roy"" who never made it home. Roy says that his father left him out there and he never found him, so he sees this as a sign to help the man find his son. As they leave, Robbie asks Earl, ""Do you think they'll figure it out?"" to which he responds, ""figure wh