Just when you thought you’d seen it all, along comes Rent-A-Friend. Released in 1987, this video was intended for lonely people with VCRs. Pop in the tape and, voila, your new friend, Sam, is in your living room. We dare you to attempt a conversation. More RAF on FFF Volume 5 and the full Rent-A-Friend DVD from the FFF Store.
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