QVC Ladder of Shame

Here’s a classic (i.e., 9 months ago) video demonstrating the ease and reach of the Telesteps 12 1/2 Aluminum Telescoping Ladder. Not recommended for consumers maladroit at landing on their feet…

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  1. AcilletaM says:

    “That has never happened” Thank you caller!


    And, um, is that Gawker Artist picture of the woman in black wearing a strap-on? Are we getting into the Fleshbot series of artists now?

  2. Ben Popken says:

    Yeah, that caller seems to have an undue measure of urgency in her voice. Could the calls be faked OMG! ::wink.

  3. 24fan24 says:

    So nice of the QVC guys to stay on camera instead of going over to make sure their coworker is ok. No, the viewers are far more important.

  4. mschlock says:

    I have that ladder. You really have to be superduper careful that it really is locked into place. It has huge warnings on it not to open it a certain way but really it’s just a bad design.

    Didn’t buy it off QVC, though…

  5. Looking up tv bloopers on YouTube is a total daykiller.

  6. synergy says:

    His head really bounced on the floor.

    The good news is when he gets turned down for workers comp, he has the video to prove it!

  7. EBW says:

    What is the point of product demonstrations like this. “Look! That guy is totally using that ladder! I’ve never seen a ladder so…so climable!”

    Or do most QVC shoppers have no idea how to use a ladder, and thus need a practical demonstration?

  8. Yaotl says:

    Quick, someone post the katana mishap!

  9. Hooray4Zoidberg says:

    @yaotl
    I was just going to say the same, QVC screw ups resulting in personal injury are hilarious. I’d watch QVC all day if that happend more often

  10. Triteon says:

    Could one get a spot on QVC to promote a “QVC Bloopers!” DVD?

  11. filmgeek says:

    This is kinda old. And yes, it’s really from QVC