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December 6, 2001
* The film and television actor stars in the NBC series "Scrubs." Friday Night Fever: Friday I would go pick up my son Max, 4, and we'd have a sleepover. That would mean going to Coogie's Beach Cafe in Malibu. Then we'd come home, where I have the garage set up like a big playroom with mirrored walls. For kids with Down syndrome, there's a thing called hippotherapy, where riding horses helps them build up their strength.
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July 17, 2002 | JANICE RHOSHALLE LITTLEJOHN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The vistas of the Santa Monica Mountains and Pacific Ocean pour into the wall-length windows of John C. McGinley's Malibu home. Taking in the beauty of this perfect July afternoon, one wonders why he spends time holed up in a dark, sparsely decorated basement. Yet it is there, in his "rehearsal room," where the actor pores over scripts to give life to the mercurial Dr.
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July 17, 2002 | JANICE RHOSHALLE LITTLEJOHN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The vistas of the Santa Monica Mountains and Pacific Ocean pour into the wall-length windows of John C. McGinley's Malibu home. Taking in the beauty of this perfect July afternoon, one wonders why he spends time holed up in a dark, sparsely decorated basement. Yet it is there, in his "rehearsal room," where the actor pores over scripts to give life to the mercurial Dr.
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December 6, 2001
* The film and television actor stars in the NBC series "Scrubs." Friday Night Fever: Friday I would go pick up my son Max, 4, and we'd have a sleepover. That would mean going to Coogie's Beach Cafe in Malibu. Then we'd come home, where I have the garage set up like a big playroom with mirrored walls. For kids with Down syndrome, there's a thing called hippotherapy, where riding horses helps them build up their strength.
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April 17, 1999 | DAVID CHUTE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In the hands of director John Badham, "The Jack Bull" is a moral drama in genre drag, with an impressive physical sweep. A Canadian mountain vista, standing in for a swath of the American frontier, is referred to as "a church without a roof," and it lives up to the description.
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September 17, 1995 | Kevin Thomas
Tom Flynn's scintillating yet serious 1993 romantic comedy stars Peter Gallagher (right) as a young Texan visiting his cousin (Jon Tenney) in a Chicago suburban home. Tenney and his two roommates (John C. McGinley and Tom Sizemore) are all dedicated--and potentiallynasty--pranksters. Flynn comments on the all-American tendency of men to grow older without growing up as Gallagher, meanwhile, finds his cousin's girlfriend (a radiant Suzy Amis, left), propelled into his own arms.'
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January 31, 1994 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Car 54, Where Are You?" (general release), based on the popular Joe E. Ross and Fred Gwynne TV series of the '60s, bombs on the big screen in the '90s. Thanks to a relentlessly terrible script by many hands, it's a dumb movie about dumb cops that should have remained on the shelf, where it's been sitting for over two years. Gravel-voiced David Johansen stars as Gunther Toody, not exactly Brooklyn's finest, who gets a new partner in John C.
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September 26, 2002 | SCOTT SANDELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Scrubs" begins its second year of residency on NBC tonight at 8:30 facing a critical test: Can it live up to the expectations that come with its new time slot, after ratings heavyweight "Friends," which won its first Emmy for best comedy series on Sunday? Only time will tell. Interestingly enough, that wait-and-see sentiment is also one of the themes with which the young doctors of Sacred Heart Hospital must grapple tonight. For J.D.
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August 26, 1994 | CHRIS WILLMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
John Candy has one truly funny moment in "Wagons East!," the Western comedy that had nearly finished shooting when he died suddenly early this year. As the reluctant wagonmaster James Harlow, he turns back to the barful of eager-for-exodus townsfolk who're counting on him and proclaims, "We leave at dawn." The cloud of a second thought passes over his face, then a shrug: ". . . Noonish," he wavers.
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November 6, 2013 | By Jessica Gelt, A correction has been added to this post, as indicated below.
TBS has greenlighted a police procedural spoof called "Tribeca" from Steve Carell and his wife, actress Nancy Carell. The single-camera, half-hour comedy was developed by the Carells in conjunction with Steve's production company, Carousel Television. TBS' new comedy vice president, Thom Hinkle, headed up Carousel during the show's development and helped sell it to TBS before joining the network early last month. PHOTOS: Fall TV sneaks 2013 "Tribeca" seems to be in the same vein as the new Fox cop comedy and Andy Samberg vehicle, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
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June 1, 2001 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"The Animal" is an outrageous and imaginative summer comedy aimed primarily at young males, but it is often so funny that it may well connect to a broader audience. "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo's" Rob Schneider stars in a script he wrote with Tom Brady, a TV veteran making his theatrical feature debut. With his comic talent honed on "Saturday Night Live," Schneider is wonderfully expressive, a gift essential in mining the film's exuberantly crude humor.
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