Get Klee Irwin as Your Very Own Stalker

Infomercial superstar Klee Irwin, best-known for his Dual Action Cleanse colon cleanser and Libido-Max sex pills, is back with a brand new TV infomercial. And it is a good one. In fact, dear reader, I am so excited about Klee’s latest infomercial that I wish I could give you a high-five right now through the computer screen!

This time Klee peddles a weight loss program called “Power to Live.” In addition to Klee, the infomercial features Dr. Fredric Vagnini and hostess Charlie Robbins, who continues the recent trend of gratuitous cleavage on infomercials—though heaven knows she ain’t no Tina Milano.

The Power to Live package consists of a diet book, training CDs, exercise DVDs, and supplements. On the surface such a product doesn’t seem to offer as many opportunities for laughs as a colon cleanser or a sex pill, and indeed most of this infomercial is pretty straight forward. But just when you think this infomercial will be a snoozefest, the old Klee Irwin we know and love manages to stun us with yet another unexpected piece of off-the-wall strangeness.

In order to make sure you stick with the diet program, you get customized “coaching” videos starring the one and only Klee Irwin himself. This infomercial shows us one of these creepy videos in which Klee Irwin acts as your virtual buddy:


Are videos of greasy Klee Irwin “motivating” you really going to make people more likely to buy this product?

And are you really eager to start getting harassing emails and vaguely threatening text messages when you fail to watch Klee’s scraggily visage on your PC? You’ve seen plenty of movies and read lots of news stories about people getting stalked by some strange-looking weirdo—now the Power to Live program lets you experience that for yourself!

I am tempted to go to and sign up for the program, just so I can see for myself what kind of bizarre videos the ever-unpredictable mind of Klee Irwin has in store for his customers.


  • 14 Responses to “Get Klee Irwin as Your Very Own Stalker”

  • After the text message, it is messages at work, and calling you at home at 2 AM.

    Comment by Conservative Cat on March 7, 2008 at 1:24 pm

  • Gasp! That’s the chick who hosts the libido max infomercial I saw awhile go. I haven’t seen it since though. :tear:

    Comment by Mel on March 7, 2008 at 1:57 pm

  • Well, you shouldn’t be surprised. I speak for everyone in my home when I say that Klee motivates me everyday. I dont know what i would do without him.

    Perhaps my favorite part of this video clip is something that klee irwin says which is very humorous with clever typing:

    “And if that doesn’t work, if you still ignore us guess what we do…WE SHOOT YOU (a text message).”

    Comment by dan on March 11, 2008 at 2:15 pm

  • i just love klee irwin

    Comment by dan on April 23, 2008 at 7:06 am

  • I hope I come across this infomercial soon on TV. I don’t really like the more recent Dual Action Cleanse infomercial where he’s being interviewed by the James Lipton look-a-like.

    Comment by Bathroom On The Right on May 26, 2008 at 5:23 pm

  • Klee if it wasn’t for you I wouldn’t be pooping twice a day. Thank you my poop homie

    Comment by Carl Lewis on June 18, 2008 at 12:40 pm

  • I can’t believe not one person has mentioned the VFN (Vehicle Finance Network) infomercial. Has anyone seen it?? Gorgeous stacked brunette!! But I still bought a car somewhere else. . . .

    Comment by dk on August 4, 2008 at 10:49 am

  • I loathe this oily little scumbag with a raging passion; he’s not even a physician (even if he was, I wouldn’t put it past any physician endorsing some product on a low-grade infomercial to lie to make some erroneous claim about a product in order to make a quick buck). I mean, does this pissant REALLY think that he can convince people into buying some sh*t product looking like a product of Little Richard, John Waters, Count Chocula, and a light bulb rubbed in Vaseline? Instant vomit inducer.

    Comment by IHatePhonies on August 30, 2008 at 6:10 pm

  • Paul Lucas, you are one funny dude. I love this stuff!!!

    Comment by Jeff Miller on March 7, 2009 at 11:54 am

  • This program is straight-up creepy. That’s really all I can say about it. But I suppose the Adidas exercise suit he wears in the “personalized message” is supposed to add to the hip, athletic and upbeat vibe of this fitness program. It’s zipped up all the way to the neck–I believe Klee is definitely hiding the sleezy weird chest hair he’s got. Klee’s definitely a sleezy weird chest hair guy.

    Comment by Nils Barton on March 26, 2009 at 2:13 pm

  • When Klee comes on my TV, I feel that doo doo about to drop. I run into the bathroom, pop a squat and listen for the…

    … plop.

    Comment by Will on July 7, 2009 at 1:22 pm

  • “Personalized” coaching messages. “Based on a question you just answered two seconds before”.

    Uh Klee, this type of “technology” has been around since the 50’s. Reminds me of my days working with BASIC, Pascal, COBOL etc. many moons ago.

    And the videos of him are downright creepy. This guy looks like a skinny, little ax murderer, snake oil salesman and pedophile all wrapped up into one.

    And of course, we all love it. 🙂

    Comment by NosferatusCoffin on May 8, 2010 at 2:16 pm

  • Methinks Charlie Robbins needs some of that “Power to Live”.

    Comment by BOTR on January 16, 2012 at 4:48 pm

  • I had a dream that Klee was the assistant pastor at a church and that he coerced me join only to stage a shoot out when everyone tried to leave. It scared the shit out of me, which is Klee’s mission right? Seriously, he doesn’t need to sell a product to promote weight loss. All he needs to do is plaster his picture on the walls of food shops and text his picture to people who are about to eat something unhealthy. One look at his face will cause people to lose their appetite and run away from the food, and presto! The weight is lost.

    Comment by she's back on May 11, 2014 at 6:18 am