The Hardy Boys – Of Freedom and Pleasure

by Alan Rapp on January 4, 2021

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The Hardy Boys - Of Freedom and Pleasure TV review

With each continuing to separately investigate different threads of the same mystery, the Hardy Boys hit the carnival in “Of Freedom and Pleasure” which offers the return of the Tall Man (Stephen R. Hart) and J.B. Cox (Atticus Mitchell). Frank (Rohan Campbell) gets a history lesson from the carnival’s psychic Anya Kowalski (Joan Gregson). Meanwhile, Joe (Alexander Elliot) discovers what the thief hid in his room, and even more importantly what was hidden inside the bust which somehow seems to improve Joe’s luck at carnival games and allow him to survive being pursued by the Tall Man. It’s only at the end of the episode that Joe and Frank come to realize they know things which could help the other, suggesting that we might finally see the Hardy Boys work together to solve the mystery about the odd artifact and how it relates to the murder of the boys’ mother.

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