The countdown to the deadline for filing their tax returns finds Dan and Roseanne running around in circles trying to get it done in time.

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Dan Conner / Himself
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Becky Conner (as Lecy Goranson)
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IRS Office Supervisor
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Denise, IRS Information Clerk
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Monty Hoffman ...
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Stephen Prutting
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The countdown to the deadline for filing their tax returns finds Dan and Roseanne running around in circles trying to get it done in time.

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Dan: Okay hunny, come on.
Roseanne: No! Dan. Uh, this stuff is impossible to understand! These laws and explaination of laws; no human being can really understand these things, you know! That's why you gotta go get some $200-an-hour lawyer to even explain the crap to you, you know, and I can't afford $200-an-hour!
Ed - IRS Office Clerk: [shouts] Hey, lady! We don't write the stinkin' laws! You got a complaint, talk to the idiots in Washington!
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