Frankie Shaw and Kaitlin Olson have many things in common besides being super cute young comedic actresses on the upward trajectory.

They both star in television shows that are incredibly funny, electric, eccentric and extremely raunchy.

Their shows are so often about sex but not remotely sexy. Sometimes a little erotic though if you are kind of kinky. Behind closed doors aren’t we all?

Scratch that.

My back that is. Yes, right there. Lower……lower…..lower…..ah yes. Perfect.

These crazeeee chicks are infectious.

In terms of meeting babes, they’re definitely the girl friend. Not the wife. Nor the fiancé.

Oh yeah, maybe the one stand too.

What (while getting dressed)? Do I want your phone number? Ah…..yeah, yeah, yeah, of course, sure.

You’ll never bring these two home to meet mother unless you’re still pissed off at mum from your teenage years.

Hopefully they have some cute girlie friends who are even crazier than they are.

When the late great cool singer Sammy Johns sang Chevy Van, he must of had these two chicks in mind.

Chevy Van” is a 1973 song, written and sung by Sammy Johns with instrumental backing provided by Los Angeles-based session musicians from the Wrecking Crew. The song was a hit single in the United States and Canada in 1975, reaching #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and becoming a million seller.

It was the male teenage anthem for being free, picking up some adventurous babe in a small town and letting her out before you reached the end of Main Street with some heavy love making stops in between.

It certainly is more memorable than Me And You And A Dog Named Boo.

And as brand spanking new and innovative as these two darlings seem to be, they did have some predecessors that turned the lights on to krazee female television.

Remember Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.

What a hilarious understated show.

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Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman is an American satirical soap opera that aired in daily (weekday) syndication from January 1976 to May 1977. The series was produced by Norman Lear, directed by Joan Darling, Jim Drake, Nessa Hyams, and Giovanna Nigro, and starred Louise Lasser. The series writers were Gail Parent and Ann Marcus.

The show’s title was the eponymous character’s name stated twice, because Norman Lear and the writers believed that dialogue within a soap opera was always said twice.

Then later we became addicted to The Days And Nights Of Molly Dodd.

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The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd is an American comedy-drama series that aired on NBC from 1987 to 1988, and on Lifetime from 1988 to 1991. It was created by Jay Tarses and stars Blair Brown in the title role.

The show depicts the life of Molly Bickford Dodd, a divorced woman in New York City with a lifestyle that could be described as both yuppie and bohemian.

Molly seems to drift from job to job and relationship to relationship. Nearly every man she meets adores her. Her warmth and emotional accessibility are the root cause of most of Molly’s problems in life.

That’s why we loved the show. It was unpredictable and engrossing.

We always rooted for Molly.

We always root for Frankie’s character Bridgette and Kaitlin’s character Mackenzie, even when they find themselves in self-destructive situations that can get you enrolled in the three Step Insane Asylum Program.

Let’s get a closer look with a condom in our back pocket.

Super Sexy Frankie Shaw

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SMILF is an American comedy television series starring, created, written, and directed by Frankie Shaw. It is based on her short film of the same title.

The series premiered on Showtime on November 5, 2017. The name SMILF stands for Single Mother I’d Like to…….sleep with.

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Rosie O’Donnell co-stars as Tutu (as opposed to Boo Boo), the mother of Shaw’s character Bridgette.

The fans love the show since it is being renewed for another season. The critics as well though they have some reservations about the title. I mean who wouldn’t?

Well maybe Howard Stern would be okay with it.

Here is what avclub.com had to say about this great show with a really horrible title that in all fairness is easy to remember, “Not since Cougar Town has there been such a repellant title doing a disservice to the show contained within. But whereas Cougar Town at least let you know you were watching absurd comedy, the name SMILF conjures visions of an outrageous sex farce miles away from the dark and incisive dramedy on display here.”

Hmm, we’re not so sure about that. The title actually seems to be right on the mark, if you’re 18 or over. I mean, we sure got it right off the bat. We knew what this show would be about and decided to watch it anyway.

For research purposes of course.

Didn’t you?

Give the girl her street creds. Frankie Shaw is brilliant and art indeed seems to imitate real life.

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She used to be a Lobster Fisherman. I mean Fisherwoman. I mean Fisher Person.

Anyway, its really true. We bet she used to take some live lobsters home and place them upside down in her big fish tank.

Then have fun with someone while they watched.

The incisive beta.latimes.com shares, “SMILF” marks a crowning moment for Shaw, whose son, Isaac, is now 9 years old. After years of fitting into someone else’s narratives, with mostly background roles in such TV series as “Mr. Robot” and “Good Girls Revolt” and films like this year’s “Stronger,” Shaw is now both the face of and the creative force behind a premium cable show.”

What we like about Bridgette is virtually everything.

She is super cute, very down to earth, witty, broke, hungry for sex, a binge eater and among other things a really good basketball player.

Oh by the way, she often fantasizes about having men run a train on her. Not over her.

Now if that is not krazeeee, I don’t what is.

Well, yes I actually do. Its Kaitlin Olsen’s character Mackenzie.

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The Mick is an American sitcom television series broadcast on Fox. Created by Dave Chernin and John Chernin, the series stars Kaitlin Olson, who is also an executive producer.

The series premiered on January 1, 2017, and resumed in its regular Tuesday night slot on January 3, 2017.

On January 11, 2017, Fox picked up the series for a full season of 17 episodes.

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On February 21, 2017, Fox renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on September 26, 2017.

Now about that title? Hmm must be talking about Mick Jagger.

MacKenzie takes over the household of her sister’s children while her wealthy sister is away.

Away where you ask?

No not in France.

In prison.

Makes for some great storylines.

So, thankfully as women’s television roles have begun to expand and change, fortunately in some ways they stay the same.

Cute crazy chicks involved in between some really crazy sheets.

Ah, the girlfriend experience.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankie_Shaw

http://variety.com/2017/tv/features/smilf-frankie-shaw-connie-britton-miguel-gomez-series-premiere-interview-1202585369/

http://beta.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/la-et-st-frankie-shaw-smilf-20171104-story.html

http://ew.com/tv/2017/11/03/smilf-frankie-shaw-interview/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMILF

https://www.avclub.com/smilf-is-a-good-show-with-a-horrible-title-1820023105

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Hartman,_Mary_Hartman

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Days_and_Nights_of_Molly_Dodd

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mick_(TV_series)