Krisha & Frank decided to take a few days off for Easter. They won’t have shows on Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Monday.

Krisha is working full-time at Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud. She worked 66 hours last week. Spring break is one of the peak seasons in Pigeon Forge. The heavy schedule reminds Krisha of the jobs she had performing in Orlando theme parks.

Frank is impressed that all the actors in the show have additional roles behind the scenes or in the front of the house as greeters or photographers or servers.

Today is T.A.C.O. Tuesday when Krisha & Frank Talk About Content Out of a basket. Today’s topic was submitted via email by Bruce Patrick. “What showbiz moment or performance are you most proud of?”

Krisha recalls not getting cast in the Big F.A.T. Holiday Cabaret but being hired as choreographer and stage manager. She said it was a pride-swallowing moment. Four days before the show opened, the actress who was chosen over Krisha dropped out of the show and Krisha was asked to step in. She worked hard to prepare and delivered a performance that made her proud.

Frank is proud of the elaborate live radio plays he directed and produced at KLOS. They recreated famous radio shows from the golden age of the medium.

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Happy Candlemas, also known as Groundhog Day. Krisha & Frank have redecorated the set for February, despite Frank’s original thought that it would be too mushy or gushy. Krisha tries to teach Frank to make a heart-shaped decoration from a chenille pipe cleaner.

Krisha believes in telling her friends that she loves them. A few years ago Frank was finally able to reciprocate. Krisha has a friend who believes that “I love you” should be reserved for romantic partners only. Frank says there are levels of love that are different. For example, parental love is not romantic love.

Krisha & Frank have a good working relationship behind the scenes, as they realized when emceeing the Pigeon Forge Chamber of Commerce Iron Awards. Frank whispered some advice to Krisha, which she found helpful. They have each emceed events with other co-hosts who are not supportive.

After the awards, Krisha went for a run on the greenway. Nature called but the restrooms were locked due to the pandemic. Over the summer, she had found some shrubbery that would conceal her while taking care of business. Unfortunately the shrubs were bare on that January afternoon.

Guys often go outside. Frank recalls some KLOS deejays who didn’t use the indoor bathrooms. Krisha says she can complete the task in less than 30 seconds. Frank is reminded of Tom Hanks in A League of Their Own.

A Tennessee state representative and a state senator introduced a bill to reduce the penalty for public urination but it looks like it hasn’t passed.

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Krisha & Frank are casually sipping from their new coffee mugs featuring the Krisha & Frank logo. The mugs and other merchandise is for sale at https://teespring.com/stores/KrishaAndFrank

Krisha is wearing a new sweater that she bought in the kids section of a clothing store in the mall. Frank makes the mistake of mentioning that the sweater is not stretched out, like some of Krisha’s other sweaters. Krisha has temporarily changed the way she gets dressed because of her new tattoo.

Krisha & Frank realize that Krisha needs a cubby or a locker “at work,” which is actually Frank’s house. He will talk to his wife about giving Krisha a drawer or space in a cabinet.

They used to joke that Krisha was allowed on the podcast porch but not in the house. Frank is reminded of several celebrities’ homes he visited while working at KLOS. All of the celebrities insisted that the radio interviews be conducted in the driveway or on the patio.

Krisha tells Frank that family members couldn’t send books to relatives in prison. The books had to be shipped directly from the publisher. Frank jokes that the policy prevented family members from hiding shivs in the books.

On Tuesday, Krisha & Frank hosted the Pigeon Forge Chamber of Commerce Iron Awards. Krisha wore pantyhose and a dress. Frank made sure that someone in the audience took a picture of her, since she went to all that trouble.

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Krisha’s outfit reminds Frank of the “Choreography” number from White Christmas. Krisha mentions A Christmas Carol and Frank tells her about the time he played Scrooge’s nephew Fred in a production of it at KLOS. The cast was a mixture of KLOS employees and celebrities including Mark Hamill, Kevin Pollak, Jenna Elfman, and Jim J. Bullock. You can watch the radio broadcast at https://youtu.be/8aV27fb3m6U

Krisha noticed some Christmas gifts that Frank’s wife Jere has already wrapped. Frank got them mixed up with other gifts going to his grandchildren, leading Jere to ask, “Were you even there?” Krisha discovers that Jere wraps gifts for herself but labels them “from Frank.”

Frank says it is normal for Jere to buy herself something nice and wrap it up for Christmas. Leave a comment with your opinion. He has also bought her gifts like a mixer and a washer and dryer. Frank checks Jere’s Amazon wish list to see if there’s something she wants this year.

Amazon suggests that Frank buy a Playskool Sit ‘n Spin, which you can order at this link: https://amzn.to/3af54fw They say it is an Amazon exclusive and it is #1 in “spinning tops.”

The top item on Jere’s wishlist is a Chromebook like the one Frank uses. You can order a Chromebook here: https://amzn.to/2JTOo2K

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Krisha is wearing a shirt borrowed from a friend’s Oktoberfest costume. Frank says the shirt’s pattern reminds him of Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz. Krisha says she would want to play the Scarecrow. Frank describes the live Wizard of Oz radio play he directed on KLOS-FM in 1998 with a star-studded cast. Frank also directed a recreation of War of the Worlds. A Mark & Brian listener posted the audio of it on YouTube: https://youtu.be/BrQnkPNGe6Y

Krisha says her shirt is big enough that she could go “lampshading” or “risky businessing” or “Porky Pigging” in it. Krisha wants to know details about when Frank and his wife Jere were dating because she is dating for the first time after a long-term relationship.

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Krisha asks if Frank listens to music. He’s been listening to a classical radio station online. Frank sometimes listens to a local low-power FM station that plays songs from the ‘50s that he’s never heard before. Frank might still have some vinyl records from his WAVA days. Krisha is afraid to meet musicians she admires in case they are having a bad day.

Frank reminisces about the Brian Setzer Orchestra visiting KROQ and KLOS and the time Setzer was the headliner at the National Association of Broadcasters convention. Krisha makes a Spotify playlist each week. She wants to know if Frank would listen to a playlist she made specifically for him. He wants to know what’s on it.

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Krisha suggests asking talented friends to contribute a theme song for the podcast. Frank “Little Timmy,” an accordion player who performed at the Lawrence Welk Resort and Theatre. Krisha reveals that she loves the Lawrence Welk Show, which she watches on East Tennessee PBS.

Krisha is a fan of Big Al the Aldabra tortoise at Zoo Knoxville. Big Al follows Krisha on Twitter. Krisha wants to meet Big Al in person. Frank recommends Zoo Knoxville’s Vimeo channel, which has a Big Al video: https://vimeo.com/462748610

Frank had a pet tortoise in California which died from a common respiratory disease. A taxidermist in Alabama freeze-dried the tortoise.

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Frank is losing sleep with excitement over the podcast. In less than a week, the Krisha & Frank Show received over 500 Facebook likes and over 250 YouTube subscribers. Frank compares Krisha to Lincoln and Churchill.

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Krisha’s daughter Hanah is getting her learner’s permit and just went through her first break-up. She’s 16 but showing great maturity. Frank is reminded of getting fixed up with a date for his high school prom.