Ben Stiller Hawks Female Viagra in 'Tonight Show' Ad

'The Tonight Show'

"You only take it when you need it, like anniversaries, special occasions or when your husband rolls over and says, 'Wanna have sex?' "

Ben Stiller appeared on The Tonight Show on Monday and revealed to Jimmy Fallon that in addition to starring in Zoolander 2, he's gotten into the TV commercial game — starring in an ad (or as he put it "more of a public service announcement") for female Viagra.

He explained that the commercial was supposed to air during the Super Bowl, but at the last minute it got "bumped." Luckily, Fallon happened to have a copy of it lying around.

In the spot, Stiller rolls around on a bed in a football jersey while he delivers his message directly to camera a la the jersey-clad women in those Viagra ads.

"The thing is, even though zero women suffer from erectile dysfunction, over 98 percent of women over 30 suffer from another condition called 'not being turned on by their husband anymore,' " Stiller says in the ad. "You only take it when you need it, like anniversaries, special occasions, or when your husband rolls over and says, 'Wanna have sex?' "

Then while Stiller gazes at himself in a mirror, applies cologne and blows on an enormous dandelion, a voiceover lists a series of disclaimers about the drug including "ask your doctor if you’re mentally prepared to see your husband without his shirt on" and "if sex with your husband lasts more than four hours, God help you."

Watch the full clip below.

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