Watch Jim Parsons tell white lies to help puppies find forever homes.
Jim Parsons of "The Big Bang Theory" joined "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert to help some delightful doggos find homes.
An estimated 3.3 million dogs enter U.S. animal shelters each year, so Parsons and Colbert were not above a few funny falsehoods to help some puppies from New York's North Shore Animal League find loving families during a hilarious segment on Colbert's show.
There's Max, the retriever mix who thought up the idea for Uber before anyone else.
He probably could've pulled it off if the Series A funding round went better.
Little Penny is a dachshund/miniature pinscher mix — and a fashion maven.
She insists cargo pants are making a comeback. (Don't hold it against her.)
The life story of border collie mix Jack Reacher was recently adapted for the big screen.
Sadly, test audiences didn't care for a dog shooting humans, so the lead role went to Tom Cruise. Hollywood, amirite?
And sweet Lola is a shepherd mix who is great with kids — though be warned, she's a moon-landing denier.
Please go easy on the Neil Armstrong stanning in her presence. She's not buying it.
The rest of the segment was filled with armloads of truly amazing doggos.
All of the puppies in the segment are adoptable, so if you're in the New York tri-state area and looking for a new furry family member with a beautiful and mysterious past, check out North Shore for more information.