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See Ben Stiller's 'Rejected' Super Bowl Ad About Female Viagra


What happens when one funny man teams up with another? A hilarious spoof of Viagra. 

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Ben Stiller and Jimmy Fallon premiered the ad on The Tonight Show Monday, featuring the Zoolander actor himself pedaling a different version of the erectile dysfunction medication.

"The thing is, even though zero women suffer from erectile dysfunction, over 98% of women over 30 suffer from another condition, called 'not being turned on by their husband anymore,'" Stiller confides in the camera while laying on a bed in a football jersey. 

Dizziness, nausea and “sex with your husband” are among the bogus medicine's side effects, Stiller jokes.  

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"That was a great commercial!" Fallon quips, after airing the clip that Stiller claimed was mysteriously cut from the Super Bowl

“They just bumped it. They didn’t show it at the last minute,” the actor told the host.

Stiller was promoting Zoolander 2, which comes out in theaters February 12. 

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