In this satire of the I.R.S., George Segal plays an Average Joe targeted for the Audit from Hell. His bank accounts are frozen, his home and business are attached by the government, and his wife leaves him. Segal is forced to move into the house of his obnoxious brother-in-law where lot of Odd Couple-type comedy ensues. Segal then plots to turn the tables on the I.R.S., and win back his wife and life. Written by
The IRS is picking on Bud Robinson. It's not a fair fight. The IRS doesn't stand a chance.
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We've only had one real weapon in the war against the taxpayer - Fear. And the level of fear is dropping out there and it's got me worried. Study history? One guy that always fascinated me was Ghengis Khan...He had a rather ingenious method for keeping his vast empire under his thumb. He'd occasionally pick out a village at random and burn it to the ground. That would frighten all the other villages into towing the line. His theory is still sound today.
That may be a little drastic for our ...