If you think your family is dysfunctional, spend a few harrowing hours with the Tyrones: Mother (Bethel Leslie) is doing dope, Dad (Jack Lemmon) is a tightfisted thesp who closely watches the level on the whiskey bottle, son Jamie (Kevin Spacey) is a drunken drifter, and his brother Edmund (Peter Gallagher, brooding beautifully) spends his time coughing ominously into a crumpled handkerchief. Jonathan Miller's feverish revival of Eugene O'Neill's masterpiece Long Day's Journey into Night (originally broadcast on Showtime) is more a fast sting than a slow burn and showcases some very fine acting particularly by Lemmon and Spacey, whose camaraderie is so natural it's no wonder they became fast friends and frequent costars. EXTRAS An hour-plus chat with Miller isn't nearly as exciting as the equally long audio interview with Spacey, who recalls his ''phenomenally annoying'' campaign to get this part (which involved stealing a cocktail-party invite out of a sleeping old lady's purse!). He also impersonates Lemmon's reaction to seeing him at a Glengarry Glen Ross read-through (''Can't you get a job without me?'') and reveals that the late actor wrote to a co-op board to help Spacey get an apartment: ''I was an upstanding young man, and to his knowledge the only thing I had ever stolen were his scenes.''