Ad from 2008, when the P’Zone became a permanent feature of the Pizza Hut menu.
I don’t want to depress you nice people, but it’s worth noting that the guy who decided to call Pizza Hut’s calzone the “P’Zone” almost certainly makes more money than you do. In his fantasy world, the apostrophe is a tidy and obvious stand-in for "izzaHut’sVersionOfACal," but to me it creates a pronunciation quandary that far outweighs its intended pith. TV commercials make it clear that we're supposed to call it a “pizz-own,” but I keep reading it as “pee-zone,” which sounds less like a foodstuff than it does a euphemism for the place we’re not supposed to touch each other without explicit consent.
Does the P’Zone pass the taste test? Well, one variety does, says Turner:
The Supremo is sausage with red onion and green pepper. The pepper was mushy and bland and irrelevant, but the onion was surprisingly crisp and bright. The presence of the humble onion managing to just sit there and do its job while all else falls to hell around it is enough to make the Supremo the best of this bad bunch.
More about Pizza Hut branding here.