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April Fool's Day 

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
Mark Lowenthal ...
Ed - IRS Office Clerk
Monty Hoffman ...
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Woman in Line
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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April Fool's Day (#2.22)
16 March 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It is time to do the taxes and Connors are very stressed. They also get confused about whether they should have received $10.99 and go to the IRS office to get information but don't get a very good service and Roseanne shows them all.

Funny episode. The whole scene in the house with tax making was funny. Including Jackie with her math issues. The scene in the IRS office was especially great. I loved Roseanne yelling at them and at the end give them a fake name.

Wow unbelievable that their house was $30000, in our time this was impossible. I often wondered about how they could afford such a good house. Times have sure changed


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