The Monkees Band Member Who Shared an Iconic Moment With SpongeBob SquarePants

There have been many iconic guest stars who have appeared on the Nickelodeon animated series SpongeBob SquarePants. These have included Victoria Beckham, Gene Simmons, Pink, David Bowie, and Biz Markie, to name a few. However, one The Monkees star appeared in an episode that seemed to be tailor-made for him as it included his full name used as context and became one of the greatest moments ever inserted into the series.

The Monkees cast includes Davy Jones, Mike Nesmith, Mickey Dolenz, and Peter Tork.
Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork, and Mike Nesmith | Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Who was The Monkees band member who shared a moment with SpongeBob?

In an episode titled Spongebob Squarepants vs. The Big One, Davy Jones appeared in a live-action segment.

Jones played himself as he fought the Flying Dutchman.

Therefore, the Flying Dutchman was sent to, where else, Davy Jones’ Locker, where he got caught in an actual locker filled with smelly gym socks, reported the website SpongeBob Fandom.

What occurred in the episode?

Davy Jones attends a live reading of SpongeBob SquarePants.
Davy Jones | Jemal Countess/WireImage

Davy Jones’ locker was rusty and filled with smelly socks. In prior episodes of the series, it appeared to have a green goo at its bottom. Its purpose is to torture whoever has the unfortunate circumstance of being in it.

Most importantly, Jones threw the smelly clothing items at the Flying Dutchman, laughing as he did so.

“Yeah, that’s right baby,” said Jones in a YouTube clip seen here. “Welcome to my locker.”

He treated fans to a moment from his Monkees past, singing a verse of The Monkees song, “Daydream Believer,” as the original tune played in the background.

Davy Jones made several iconic guest-starring appearances on TV

Davy Jones and Maureen McCormick photographed together in 1971.
Davy Jones and Maureen McCormick | ABC Photo Archives/Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images

After The Monkees television series ended in 1968, Jones continued to make television appearances.

In a Dec. 1970 episode of Make Room for Granddaddy, Jones appeared as a teen singing idol. The character kept his marriage a secret to protect his public image, reported the Ultimate ’70s. The series ran for only one year and starred Danny Thomas and Marjorie Lord. The couple was tasked with taking care of their young grandson reported IMDb.

Following, Jones played himself on a season 3 episode of The Brady Bunch titled “Getting Davy Jones.”

Marcia Brady, played by Maureen McCormick, promised her school’s prom committee. She claimed Jones would sing at her school’s prom. Marcia claimed Jones would see her when he was in town as she was the president of his local fan club.

However, the problem was that she could not ask him to attend, and her school had already made the announcement.

Subsequently, after a series of mishaps to meet the teen idol, Marcia snuck into a recording studio where Jones was working. He heard her pour her heart out to his manager.

Consequently, Jones showed up at the Brady doorstep. He held a signed album and agreed to perform only if Marcia would be his date.

SpongeBob SquarePants airs on Nickelodeon.

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