'$#*! My Dad Says' finale: 'Real Housewives' Camille Grammer on playing herself, but sweeter


Camille Grammer is embarking on a new chapeter in life. She's currently single again, negotiating her possible return to Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," and now she's taking on scripted TV when she guest stars in Thursday's (Feb. 17) season finale of the CBS comedy, "$#*! My Dad Says." "I hope people like it," Grammer tells Zap2it when we ask what fans will think of the role. "Hey, I didn't know what they would think of me on 'Housewives' either [laughs]. I didn't even know what would happen with 'Housewives.' Believe me, it was a shocker. Like, whoa! What's going on here?"She'll be playing well, Camille, a San Diego 'Real Housewife' and divorcee who's looking for a new home for her and her children with Bonnie (Nicole Sullivan) and Vince's (Will Sasso) help. It's a role that Grammer herself says hits very close to home for her, but she enjoyed lampooning herself."It felt great," she says....



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