The IRS as a TV star?
The as-yet unnamed show, known around Hollywood as "Untitled Ron Howard IRS," will reportedly star David Krumholtz, currently of the CBS drama "Numb3rs." He will lead a cast that works at an IRS district office. The show's scripts will be penned by "Office" writer-director Brent Forrester.
But a whole show built around an IRS office? How would you make that entertaining? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
| February 12, 2010; 12:50 PM ET
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