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Which Major Sitcom Is Camille Grammer Guest Starring In?
- Can television handle Camille Grammer and William Shatner on one screen? We're about to find out. TV Guide breaks the news that the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' st...
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Legendary actor William Shatner stars in this comedy series based on a popular Twitter feed. Shatner plays Ed Goodson, a forthright father who is not afraid to express his opinions, regardless of how politically incorrect they may be. Ed's sons are no strangers to their father's rants. When one of his sons, struggling writer-blogger Henry, can no longer pay his rent, Ed invites Henry to move into his house, making Henry his captive audience.
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