Stephen Colbert has assumed a variety of personas during his comic career. On his April 5 CBS late night show a new, sort of tax-focused character appeared.
Hello Otto Sanchez, hoax H&R Block tax professional. As the company itself asked on its Facebook page, what could go wrong?
From singed and mistakenly shredded tax documents to an impromptu concert to beer during the consultation, three customers of the country’s largest franchised tax preparation service were amazingly good-natured victims of Colbert’s skewed tax humor.
I hope the Late Show host and/or CBS at least paid these folks’ fees for tax advice from real H&R Block representatives.
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