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In the 40s, married couple Ozzie and Harriet had their own radio sitcom, “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,” in which they played a married couple named Ozzie and Harriet Nelson.

Grant plays Spence Westmore, a daytime soap actor whose wife "isn't the nicest." As Grant tells toofab's Lawrence Yee, Spence "might have to find solace in the maid."Read on to see what Grant says about his new role and all the gossip from "Melrose Place" days.toofab: How is Spence different from the characters you've played? You'll have to watch.toofab: Have you had scenes with Susan Lucci? toofab: There's been a lot of controversy about the show focusing on Latino women as maids. Grant: They're not just Latino maids, they're people. Personally, I think it's great to have a show with six Latin leads. Grant: The most outrageous thing is when Kimberly (Marcia Cross) blew up the building and no one died [Editor's note: guest character Mackenzie Hart was killed off]. I'd say a horrible lawnmower accident.toofab: So who would fans be surprised to learn hooked up on the show?The 80s “Growing Pains”: Towards the end of the show’s run, Kirk Cameron became a born-again Christian.His character, Mike Seaver, started dating some girl named Kate, played by Chelsea Noble, who was also big into Christianity.Real-life couples playing fictional couples were apparently big in the 50s, so we also had “I Love Lucy,” which starred real-life married couple Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz as Lucy and Ricky Ricardo.Their fictional counterparts certainly had their arguments, but they always made up by the end of the episode.If we want the fights and drama we go to the "Real Housewives" for that.toofab: Speaking of "Melrose Place," who do you keep in touch with. Grant: Heather [Locklear] and I used to keep in touch, but I got married. I was dating Laura Leighton (Sydney) and Courtney [Thorne Smith] (Allison) was dating Andrew Shue (Billy).

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