In this week’s episode of VCR Party Live!, Robert Klein teaches us how to do your taxes in 1987, a pot-smoking dinosaur intercepts the DEA, and Skip Elsheimer from A/V Geeks shakes hands with danger. Streamed 4/17/18.
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