Bryan Cranston dropped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, where he took part in a puppy-adoption program called “Rescue Dog Rescue.” It was like other such programs, except Colbert and Cranston introduced the dogs with made-up stories and greatly embellished the puppies’ abilities.
Cranston promoted a sweet little puppy named Brody, claiming the pup was a national hero, saying, “Brody can’t confirm that he was part of the mission that killed Bin Laden, but let’s just say he’s ‘Well traveled.'”
Colbert introduced his dog with, “Ginger has Benjamin Button disease and Memento disease. So every time you see her, she’ll be even cuter and more excited to meet you for the first time.”
Apparently, embellishing helps, because the last time Colbert had a Rescue Dog Rescue, all of the dogs that appeared on the show were soon adopted. Hopefully these fuzzy little creatures will find a loving home as well.
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on CBS.
See Aubrey Plaza take part in “Rescue Dog Rescue”: