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John C. McGinley, now star of IFC's "Stan Against Evil," grew up during the heyday of the classic 1970s sitcom when producers like Norman Lear and James L. Brooks ruled primetime. There were plenty of well-written comedies that acted almost like stage plays. But for a young McGinley, there was something extra fascinating about Lear's Carol O'Connor and Jean Stapleton series "All in the Family." We talk to McGinley about his series, acting, Hollywood, and his wide ranging career, which includes everything from "Platoon" and "Office Space" to "Scrubs." And we talk about his favorite episode of TV of all time — "All in the Family's" Season 2 episode "The Elevator Story." (Music by HookSounds.)

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