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What Neil Patrick Harris' Kids Really Thought About A Series of Unfortunate Events

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Neil Patrick Harris' kids, six-year-olds Harper and Gideon, got a sneak preview of A Series of Unfortunate Events, which stars NPH sporting various looks as the dastardly Count Olaf. They thought it was silly," Harris told E! They were a little freaked out at times, but just when it gets too dark, it gets silly again," Harris promised.

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