Jimmy Johnson Endorsing ExtenZe Pills

Football coach and sports broadcaster Jimmy Johnson follows in the tradition of Ron Jeremy, Bridgetta Tomarchio, and countless porn stars in endorsing the ExtenZe male enhancement pills. Here is a clip from The Soup featuring Jimmy Johnson’s ExtenZe commercial:

And here is more of Jimmy Johnson’s work for ExtenZe:

Unlike Ron Jeremy, who admitted he didn’t use ExtenZe himself in the infomercial (although he may have used VigRx), here Jimmy Johnson claims, “It works for me…Go long with Extenze. I do.” Johnson also says the question he gets asked most often these days is “Does ExteZe really work?” So in just a few months all of Jimmy Johnson’s achievements on the gridiron have been forgotten and he is primarily known as someone peddling pills for growing “that certain part of the male body.”

Is the “invitation to have dinner with Jimmy Johnson” really going to get men who are on the fence to go ahead and purchase ExtenZe? Are the men who attend the “ExtenZe dinner event” going swap stories with Coach Johnson about the trials of having a small member? Will bratwurst be served?

In one way he is the ideal spokesman for the product because both his first name “Jimmy” and his last name “Johnson” are slang terms for penis.


  • 3 Responses to “Jimmy Johnson Endorsing ExtenZe Pills”

  • I saw the Jimmie Johnson commercial a few months ago but I don’t remember any invitation to have dinner with him. LOL!

    I also have seen the more recent infomercial that takes place mainly at a race track. The thing that sticks out the most about this bland version is that everyone has gotten away from saying things like “size matters” and “Extenze will make you larger” and is now mainly just promising that you will “perform your best”.

    The other thing I noticed was that the male host who I thought was Lawrence Ross (or just Ross) is now called Milton. Did he change his name?

    Comment by Daniel on June 9, 2010 at 4:10 pm

  • Comment by Paul Lucas on June 9, 2010 at 4:54 pm

  • Thanks Paul. I must have missed that post the first time.

    Comment by Daniel on June 10, 2010 at 3:45 am