1. No more watching you pitch The General Car "Insurance." You don't use The General, a company that aims it's "product" at people with crappy driving records and worse credit. Stop telling how awesome a "service" you wouldn't be caught dead using (I doubt O'Neill even KNOWS what car insurance he has, but it's most definitely NOT The General) is.
2. No more using a body double carefully photographed from the neck down to sell Gold Bond Medicated Cream. Maybe you use it- but that's not YOU using it in the commercial, no matter how much you want us to think it is- because you do NOT have the body of a 25-year old athlete. Not anymore. Not even close.
3. No more trying convince us that you give a flying damn what printer cartridges are the highest quality, what copying machines do the best job, etc. You aren't the least bit concerned about any of this because you're a former NBA star and now pimp for basically anyone willing to hand you a fistful of money to throw on the already-massive mountain of gold you already have. You aren't the least bit credible, Mr. O'Neill. Not anymore. Probably not ever- but certainly, not anymore.