In "Oh Say Can You Sing," the Hardy Boys drive their van to Spencer Valley, U.S.A., so Joe can sit in with some band and sing a couple of songs as part of Spencer Valley's Independence Day festivities. I'm not exactly sure where Spencer Valley is supposed to be. I guess it's in driving distance of the Hardy's home in Bayport, but it looks like it was a long drive.
Joe Hardy seems to inexplicably famous in Spencer Valley, as the crowd goes nuts when he takes the stage. Now this would make sense if it was happening in real life, and Shaun Cassidy was taking the stage, but I don't think his character Joe Hardy is supposed to have a legitimate music career. As far as I know, he's just some kid who plays local gigs around his town with his friends. So seeing the crowd get all excited for him seemed a little weird, but it was still fun to watch Joe Hardy prance around the stage.
|Frank Hardy ignores Joe's singing and has a conversation with some creepy guy on the side of the stage.|
|The Electric Kool-Aid Man|
|Joe Finds a Mystery Note|
- The lead singer of the band Joe was sitting in with was played by Debra Clinger, who is most famous as Superchick from Kaptain Kool and the Kongs. Kaptain Kool and the Kongs were a fake glam rock band created by Sid and Marty Kroft to act as hosts of The Krofft Supershow. The Krofft Supershow was a live action variety show that aired on Saturday morning in the 1970s, featuring segments of shows like Electra-Woman and Dyna-Girl, Dr. Shrinker, Bigfoot and Wildboy, and Magic Mongo, among others, interpsered with songs and jokes performed by the Kongs.
|Superchick Keeps a Fake Smile Plastered on Her Face at All Times While She is Singing, It's Kind of Creeping Me Out.|
|Joe Hardy Rocks the Mike|
BONUS! MUSIC VIDEOS:
Kaptain Kool & The Kongs on the Brady Bunch Variety Hour
Jimi Hendrix - The Star-Spangled Banner
More Hardy Boys screencaps after the jump...