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Hector Elizondo stars as Ed in Last Man Standing. — ABC/Randy Holmes

HECTOR ELIZONDO, 74: Elizondo plays Ed, owner of Outdoor Man sporting goods, for which Tim Allen serves as marketing director, on ABC's Last Man Standing. He tells us Ed is "a delight. It's a great opportunity to explore a character this eccentric. He's going through his past-mid-life crisis into another crisis." His character and Allen's are long-time friends, but in real life, Elizondo barely met Allen before beginning the show. "It took us about 30 seconds to get accustomed to each other," he says.

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James Spader stars as Robert California in The Office. — Chris Haston/NBC

JAMES SPADER, 51: Fans of The Office who feared the show might not survive the departure of Steve Carell were heartened to learn that James Spader's cocksure character, Robert California, Dunder-Mifflin-Sabre CEO, would be returning to the show as its new star. The three-time Emmy winner has said the evolution of his role into a full-time job came as a surprise to him, and he's looking forward to more surprises. His hair-raising creepy stare is featured in Season 8 promos and makes you want to see more.

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