The Peggy Broom is a fictitious "as seen on TV" product from the YouTube comedy series The Lenny Leggo Show;.
The Peggy Broom is advertised as a revolutionary broom design that's designed to attract crumbs, dirt, etc, similar to that of a magnet. It's advertised as containing some form of attractive "technology" (not literally) within its fibers: other than this, it is no different than any other broom (in fact, its handle is made of excessively cheap plastic, as opposed to some brooms, which are made of wood, a more durable substance). Its advertisements argues that the typical broom actually spreads dust everywhere by failing to actually collect it within its fibers, thus it is responsible for turning sweeping into a living nightmare.
The Peggy Broom is available for only $19;99 plus shipping and handling. However, callers that call during the promotional advertisement can receive a second Peggy Broom and three plastic ash trays for absolutely free (minus, of course, shipping and handling). All major credit cards are excepted.
A 30 minute "infomercial" for the Peggy Broom has been created, which airs exclusively in the early morning hours before mainstream programming begins for the day. The Peggy Broom infomercial is exceedingly over dramatic, as it implies that sweeping has become the equivalent to "becoming the main character in a horror movie or novel". It has also been criticized by television critics for being excessively repetitive.
Callers that call during the promotional advertisement can receive a second Peggy Broom and three plastic ash trays for absolutely free (minus, of course, shipping and handling). However, the company that produces the Peggy Broom is seldom able to obtain such sales, as its infomercial airs exclusively in the early morning hours, when many people are still sleeping or already at work.