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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The Office -- IRS Edition

The Office Following up on my prior post:  tax fans of NBC's The Office will be happy to learn that the writer (Brent Forrester) is working on a new workplace comedy show for Fox set in an IRS district office in Fresno, California -- Tax Man.  The show is being produced by Ron Howard and directed by Fred Savage and will star:

(Hat Tip: David Carlet.)

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Well, Numb3rs fans, I hope you enjoyed Charlie and Amita's wedding because it looks like David Krumholtz's new tax-themed sitcom is moving forward. When I blogged back in February about the television show set in an IRS district office, the Ron Howard ... [Read More]

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Martin Short? While I loved him in 3 amigos, I pretty much hated him in everything else.

Posted by: Dave | Mar 31, 2010 2:05:04 PM

Is Krumholz bringing Amita from Numbers with him?

Posted by: mike livingston | Mar 31, 2010 6:27:05 PM

The first five episodes will have them wringing their hands over how to handle new Obamacare compliance and fines.

Posted by: Woody | Mar 31, 2010 8:54:16 PM