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This video image from an Internal Revenue Service video shows an IRS employee portraying Mr. Spock a scene from a video parodying the TV show "Star Trek" that was made for a 2010 IRS training and leadership conference. The agency says the video, filmed at an agency studio in Maryland, along with a training video that parodied the TV show "Gilligan's Island," cost about $60,000. The "Star Trek" video accounted for most of the money. The IRS on Friday, March 22, 2013 said it was a mistake for employees to make the six-minute video. (AP Photo/IRS)

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This video image from an Internal Revenue Service video shows an IRS employee portraying Mr. Spock a scene from a video parodying the TV show "Star Trek" that was made for a 2010 IRS training and leadership conference. The agency says the video, filmed at an agency studio in Maryland, along with a training video that parodied the TV show "Gilligan's Island," cost about $60,000. The "Star Trek" video accounted for most of the money. The IRS on Friday, March 22, 2013 said it was a mistake for employees to make the six-minute video. (AP Photo/IRS)
This video image from an Internal Revenue Service video shows an IRS employee portraying Mr. Spock a scene from a video parodying the TV show "Star Trek" that was made for a 2010 IRS training and leadership conference. The agency says the video, filmed at an agency studio in Maryland, along with a training video that parodied the TV show "Gilligan's Island," cost about $60,000. The "Star Trek" video accounted for most of the money. The IRS on Friday, March 22, 2013 said it was a mistake for employees to make the six-minute video. (AP Photo/IRS)
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