The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons isn't planning on having any kids, at least not right now.
The CBS star stopped by The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Friday night to discuss a few new rumors that recently came from the National Inquirer. According to the publication, Parsons has changed his mind about having children and he and his partner are searching for a surrogate.
"The most recent one is that we're going to get a surrogate. The better part of that one was that I had gotten counseling from Neil Patrick Harris and Neil had told me I could do it, I could handle it," Parsons explained to Leno. "Now, I'm friendly with Neil but I've never seen the inside of Neil's house, he's certainly not counseling me on surrogate children."
If Parsons were to have kids, there's one particular piece of acting they may never want to see. The actor's Quiznos commercial involved him reminiscing about being raised by wolves by showing a grownup Parsons trying to suckle from a 'wolf' (see video below).
"Quite literally, I was young and I needed the money." Parsons said when Leno mentioned how much it traumatized him. "Being involved in it was a tiny bit upsetting too. Not that it was actually dirty; they put on a fake nipple that I could go to. Thank God, right?"
However, there was one little Husky puppy that thought the whole concept was just bizarre and kept trying to push the budding actor out of the way.
Despite any past commercials, Parsons now stars in The Big Bang Theory, for which he has received three Emmys for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.
The Big Bang Theory airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.