Kelsey Grammer, Camille Grammer

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In case you missed it, Kelsey Grammer has not been holding back lately when it comes to reminiscing about the bad old days with his ex-wife, Camille Grammer (Real Housewives of Beverly Hills).

And now it seems that real-life drama has inspired a new TV comedy.

Sources confirm exclusively that Kelsey is producing on a new sitcom called Generations, and you'll never guess what it's about...

It's about a man who is married to a younger woman—and he's got an ex-wife (who is dating a younger man) that is constantly driving him nuts.

According to insiders, Kelsey has been shopping around this new comedy—in which he serves as a producer but will not star—and Fox has given it a script commitment.  The script will be written by Adam Resnick (Saturday Night Live, Late Night with David Letterman). It is one of many projects in consideration for a pilot pickup and may or may not make it to air.

You Frasier and RHOBH fans hoping to see it?

In the meantime, there's sure to be more Camille and Kelsey drama as he continues to drop little bombshells while promoting his new Starz drama series, Boss, premiering Friday.

During appearances on Piers Morgan and an Australian morning show, Kelsey claimed his marriage to the RHOBH star was a "very difficult decade" and that she thought she "married Frasier." Camille tweeted she didn't watch Kelsey's interview because she knew he would be "mean and disrespectful."

Kelsey married Kayte Walsh, 30, in February, after famously fast-tracking his divorce from Camille two weeks earlier in order to wed the British flight attendant.

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