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VIDEO: 'Hank' Interview With Kelsey Grammer and Melinda McGraw

by Maggie Furlong, posted Sep 30th 2009 6:00AM
HankLet's face it: the economy is in the toilet. So who wants to watch a bunch of sitcoms about upper-class families with zero money problems? That's why the timing of 'Hank' (premieres Wed., Sept. 30, 8PM ET on ABC), a new riches-to-rags sitcom, is so perfect.

You probably associate star Kelsey Grammer with snooty, holier-than-thou characters like Dr. Frasier Crane, but with the help of a more real-to-life storyline and a supporting cast including Melinda McGraw and David Koechner, Grammer might finally be seen as an Everyman.

Watch the full video to hear Grammer reveal why he's more like Hank than any other character he's played, McGraw talk about her glorious stint on 'Mad Men' (in the present tense!) and one of them doing a very impressive Paula Deen impersonation. And yes, a glass of milk with some fudge pie does sound delicious, doesn't it?HankLet's face it: the economy is in the toilet. So who wants to watch a bunch of sitcoms about upper-class families with zero money problems? That's why the timing of 'Hank' (premieres Wed., Sept. 30, 8PM ET on ABC), a new riches-to-rags sitcom, is so perfect.

You probably associate star Kelsey Grammer with snooty, holier-than-thou characters like Dr. Frasier Crane, but with the help of a more real-to-life storyline and a supporting cast including Melinda McGraw and David Koechner, Grammer might finally be seen as an Everyman.

Watch the full video to hear Grammer reveal why he's more like Hank than any other character he's played, McGraw talk about her glorious stint on 'Mad Men' (in the present tense!) and one of them doing a very impressive Paula Deen impersonation. And yes, a glass of milk with some fudge pie does sound delicious, doesn't it?

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