Frank was advised to leave the pool pump running all winter. In previous years, a crew would close the pool and turn off the pump. This year, the water was much cleaner when the pool crew removed the cover.

A woman approached Frank at a fundraiser and told him that her husband was the one who broke Frank’s diving board. It happened several years ago when Frank was out of town and the woman’s sister was keeping an eye on the pool for Frank.

Krisha thinks she has worked up the nerve to go on a helicopter flight over the Smokies. Frank and his daughter once went on a daring helicopter flight above Los Angeles with a radio traffic reporter.

The former Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre has a new tenant as of this month. Frank saw some of the costumes from the theatre being used in a high school production of 42nd Street.

One of the high school students in the play has the last name Valderrama. Krisha went to high school with Wilmer Valderrama of That ‘70s Show.

The lead character, Peggy Sawyer, was played by Kristin Farley’s daughter Madison. She taught herself how to tap dance before the audition. The actress who plays Peggy needs to be the best dancer in the cast.

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Frank and his wife Jere had some palm fronds from several Palm Sundays around the house. Some were in a vase, some were tucked behind a framed picture. A few months ago, Frank placed them in the barbeque grill. He and Jere forgot about them until this past weekend when they opened the grill to smoke some chicken.

Krisha saves dead flowers, which causes Frank to mention Morticia Addams. He compares Morticia to Lily Munster.

Krisha purchased some costumes from Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. The theatre had its last performance on December 31 and is now selling all the props, fixtures, and costumes.

Frank was hoping to buy a tuxedo but he realized that the actors who wore them to perform are very skinny. He tried on some loud sport jackets and a bandleader costume that also looks like a circus ringleader costume.

Some of the costumes were purchased from the Ice Capades in the 1960s. Krisha wore a former Ice Capades dress in a show at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre.

Fans of the theatre are buying some mementos and decor. Other performers and directors are buying costumes to be used in their future productions. Frank says it’s nice that the spirit of Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre will live on through those shows.

Krisha purchased some signs from the walls including “Please Wait to Be Seated” and “Please No Video.” The sale continues today and tomorrow.

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Krisha is house and dog sitting for some friends, one of whom is a local actor. Frank said hello to the actor at the Lampshade Kroger but it was very awkward. Krisha usually shops at the Fellini Kroger but would prefer to go to the Bougie Kroger if she could.

Frank found some of his old headshots from the Comedy World Radio Network. You can see the photographer reflected in Frank’s glasses. He stapled one to the wall at a barbeque joint in Burbank.

Krisha received a coffee mug with a photo of her at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. Frank thinks she shouldn’t use the mug but Krisha disagrees. Frank says that type of mug stains too easily.

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Krisha has a new haircut and style. The cast got choked up at the end of the last show ever at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. Their friend Tim Coleman worked at Sweet Fanny since before Krisha was born.

Krisha spent New Year’s Day in the emergency room. She has a cracked rib and an irregular heartbeat. She might have cracked the rib while being squeezed into a tight costume. While in the ER, Krisha organized her purse and wrote songs about her heartbeat.

Krisha is on a social media hiatus. She removed the apps from her phone and has received emails from Facebook, Instagram, and others trying to get her to log back in.

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Merry 5th day of Christmas! Krisha went to see Zoo Lights at Zoo Knoxville. They are illuminated silk lanterns in the shapes of exotic animals. Krisha especially loved seeing the real-life red pandas. Zoo Knoxville has a nocturnal animal building that houses skunks, raccoons, possums, and owls.

Frank met the new neighbors moving into the house behind him. They have two dogs. He is a little concerned about the dogs barking during the podcast. Krisha is proud of Frank for getting to know his neighbors during these pandemic times.

A raccoon lives in the ceiling above the ladies’ room at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. Krisha wants to keep the raccoon as a self-sufficient pet when the theatre permanently closes on New Year’s Eve.

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Krisha & Frank are thankful that Jay Fox, the top wedding deejay in Dallas, sent money with a note saying “Don’t stop ‘til you get to the top.” You can send money via PayPal to KrishaAndFrank @ gmail .com

Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre closes forever after their New Year’s Eve show. Krisha auditioned for a role at another theater starting in January. Krisha talks about dealing with the sting of not getting cast in a play.

Krisha & Frank talk about their individual parenting styles and the virtues of attending college or learning a trade. The Apple Car Play in Frank’s car needed to be rebooted. Krisha has a friend whose car’s engine shut off while driving due to a computer malfunction.

Your homework assignment is to ponder the relatively new word “sonder.” It means “the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own.”

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Krisha & Frank are off to a rough start because Frank is stressed about some things planned for later in the day. Doing the show relaxes Frank, similar to a time that Krisha & Frank did a two-person improv set and had to follow a performance artist who poured water over her head.

Krisha and her friend Jennifer want to excuse their kids from some chores so they can just be kids. Frank comments that our electronic devices eat up a lot of our time.

Krisha is very tired after starting rehearsals for the Christmas show at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. During the finale of Tuesday’s regular show, Krisha put on a different wig and was told she looks like Imogene Coca. Frank says that if Imogene was Sid Caesar’s sidekick, Sid could simultaneously be Imogene’s sidekick. They discuss other famous comedy duos.

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Krisha & Frank noticed raccoon footprints near the podcast porch. Krisha had a raccoon on the roof of her new place. Frank spoke with a new viewer who thinks Krisha is cute. Frank says she reminds him of Carol Burnett.

Krisha has an update on her possibly haunted house and the energy-saving ghost. Victoria Henley posted photos of Krisha performing at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. Krisha asks if Frank has ever worn a dance belt.

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Krisha & Frank both wore maroon without planning it advance. Krisha says she gets most of her clothes from the kids section. Krisha was having dinner with her fellow cast members from Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. They saw a guy attack a soda machine and then get into a vehicle that surprised Krisha.

Krisha thinks Frank should go on the flea market circuit. She saw a Pee-wee Herman doll for sale for $60 even though its pull-string was broken. Frank thinks Krisha wants him to do the “Swedish death cleanse challenge.”

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