Camille Grammer says it's not easy to play yourself.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 42, will parody her reality TV persona when she guest-stars on $#*! My Dad Says as — you guessed it — a divorced reality star named Camille searching for a new home.
Exclusive: Camille Grammer to guest-star on $#*! My Dad Says
"It definitely lampoons the whole reality genre," she tells TVGuide.com. "There's some line that my so-called producer says: 'Camille's been rehearsing her spontaneous moment.' So I found that to be very funny."
Still, she "found it difficult" to play a semblance of herself. Grammer also initially felt uneasy about the role, largely because of how she feels she's been perceived on Real Housewives."I wasn't sure what part of me they wanted to see," she says. "You make fun of yourself and you laugh and...
Rod Stewart and Penny Lancaster
It's a boy for singer Rod Stewart and wife Penny Lancaster Stewart.
Aiden was born Wednesday, weighing in at 7 pounds, 12 ounces. "Mother and baby are healthy and blissfully happy," a rep for the couple told People.
How-ard!! With two short but knife-sharp syllables and a whole lot of nosy questions, Wolowitz's overbearing mother on The Big Bang Theory is quickly establishing herself as one of television's great unseen characters. Think Charlie from Charlie's Angels or Rhoda's Carlton the Doorman, but with a Noo Yawk accent and louder. Much louder. We dialed up the actress responsible for the hilarious holler, Carol Ann Susi, whose on-camera credits include Seinfeld's famous episode with Keith Hernandez, "The Boyfriend." And, yes, she really sounds like that in real life.
Discovery has assigned an airdate to Human Planet, its next epic series in the vein of recent hits Planet Earth and Life. The six-part Human Planet will air from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on three consecutive Sundays this spring: April 10, 17 and 24. Human Planet, a co-production between Discovery and the BBC, will look at how humans live in a wide variety of habitats — including the Arctic, rivers and oceans, mountains, grasslands ...
Susan Flannery, Lesley-Anne Down
Hard to believe but CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful has had only two different opening title sequences in its entire 24-year history. Now it's about to get a third. Debuting February 21, the new open will feature a flashy Forrester fashion show created via CGI magic — a first for a daytime ...
Cheers to Modern Family for inviting Matt Dillon to the party.
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Dillon's big-screen career careened wildly off course after he unwisely chose to follow up his Oscar-nominated turn in 2004's Crash by taking a backseat to Lindsay Lohan and an anthropomorphized VW in the all-too-prophetically ...
After endless rewrites and false starts, Michael Scott's action thriller, Threat Level Midnight, premieres tonight in Scranton to an audience filled with past Dunder Mifflin friends, including Karen (Rashida Jones), Roy (David Denman) and David (Andy Buckley). "We all play characters in his movie," says Melora Hardin, returning as Jan, who stars as femme fatale Jasmine.
Fringe (Friday, 9/8c, Fox)
Oh my freaking stars, how great has Fringe been lately? The emotional stakes couldn't be higher as Peter is torn not only between two Olivias, but he's also at the center of the battle between the warring parallel universes. And now there's a baby brewing in Alt-Olivia? Madness! This week, we're back in Our World, as Peter and Real-livia work to repair the recent damage done to their relationship (bringing her the proper coffee would be a good start), and Walter prepares a surprise breakfast for his favorite lovebird agents. Plus, there's a case involving a grieving widow. Hope there are no yucky bugs.