Sunday, October 26, 2008

QVC Doorbell Prank Phone Call Endorsed By Blogger

When people think of West Chester based media powerhouses they think of two organizations -That Blue Yak and QVC. Do the two get along? Absolutely not. But that's a story for another day as the Eagles game starts in 10 minutes.

Since there is a QVC/That Blue Yak feud going on, I have no problem showing this video I found that shows a caller doing a great prank call to QVC. The product - the Tabletop Doorbell Kit.

18 comments:

Falwless said...

I love how they just keep him on the line, even after he says he lives in a shoebox. They act like, "Yes, it is perfectly normal to live in a shoebox." Dummies.

Vodka Mom said...

oh sweet baby jesus. that was TOOO much.

Slyde said...

that is OUTSTANDING!

Dale said...

Ding dongs.

Andrew Rodriguez said...

My money is on Dr.Zibbs in any Media Powerhouse throwdown!

philly said...

Good one Dr.

I'm sad to say that I cheat on you with QVC.

#1

words words words said...

Frank is awesome! I love the dumb looks on these guys' faces. The added laugh track detracts from the clip though. Hacks.

Gwen said...

I like that doorbell. Reminds me of Benny Hill.

greeneyesmcl said...

Oh my God, that is too funny, I'm still giggling. I think it's a QVC requirement that you have a same sex partner, not that there's anything wrong with that....

Some Guy said...

Classic! I'm a sucker for well-executed crank calls.

Micgar said...

That one was funny and the one about the Dell Dimension PC's was good too! Hmm I have that exact brand....

Candy's daily Dandy said...

Classic.. Question? Was that you Dr, Zibbs???

LYDIA said...

I love how the "boyfriends" smile the entire time.

Dr Zibbs said...

Candy - I only wish I had recorded all of the prank phone calls I've done over the years. I'd have enough to fill a blog.

Caffeine Court said...

HA!!! I love how the hosts are grinning! Duh!


A little trivia...I WORKED at QVC. It was my first job out of college. It was way back in 1988. We had so much fun. I was on TV all the time, modeling clothes and drawing the "lucky numbers" I even dressed up as the Easter Bunny. Ah the good old days. Guess how much I made? $15,000 a year!!! Cheapskates.

Dr Zibbs said...

Caffeine Court - I've had a few meeting with them and know some people that work there. I hear it's not the best place to work anymore.

Chris said...

Sweet mother of gawd that was funny.

Now I got to go, people's at the door.

enc said...

I love that. Best laugh all day.