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Jeanne Bice Wins an Award from “The Soup” for Her Outstanding Quacker Factory Work on QVC

Jeanne Bice is a rotund lady who sells an appalling line of clothing called the “Quacker Factory” on QVC. Recently the TV program The Soup held their awards for 2007, and Jeanne Bice received the prize for “Creepiest Old Person Moment of the Year: Female”—beating out such luminaries as Barbara Walters (nominated twice) and Tova Borgnine.

Ms. Bice won the award for the following moment on QVC while she was promoting her Christmas line of Quacker Factory clothing:

Most people seem to be focusing on her religious Christmas/Hanukkah comments. But since I had been concerned that the Quacker Factory styles might be getting toned down, I am just glad to see that when Jeanne Bice really puts her mind to it she can still come up with the kind of hideous Quacker Factory monstrosities we have all come to know and hate.

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  • 2 Responses to “Jeanne Bice Wins an Award from “The Soup” for Her Outstanding Quacker Factory Work on QVC”

  • How were we to know that religious superiority was determined by sweater sales?!

    Comment by Canaduck on March 25, 2009 at 9:22 pm

  • I guess most Jews have good taste if her “Channuka” sweaters didn’t sell well.

    Comment by Lindsay on June 12, 2011 at 11:44 am

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