Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland Neil Patrick Harris Talks About His Kids’ “Weird” Cameo in A Series of Unfortunate Events


Neil Patrick Harris talks about working with his kids on the set of A Series of Unfortunate Events, his hesitance to let them start an Instagram account and making a crossword puzzle for The New York Times.
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36 thoughts on “Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland Neil Patrick Harris Talks About His Kids’ “Weird” Cameo in A Series of Unfortunate Events”

  1. For a man to say about another man, that’s my husband… like it’s perfectly normal…. The world we live in is getting more wicked by the day.
    Gay and men and women should really consider how God feels about Homosexuality.

  2. It was so cute. When they appeared I was like ” OH MY GOSH THE TWINS” and then I had to stop and explain to everyone who was watching with me 😂

  3. Anyone in their right mind would never hand over children to two men but because the men happen to like giving each other blow jobs and sodomy it makes them worthy.

    1. mem T For every one story like that, there are many more on heterosexual couples doing the same and worse. The amount of stepfather stories abusing kids is horrendous.

    2. +Peter Yes, child abuse happens far too often everywhere, but why increase the chances? Children are not objects to be bought and sold and women are not just ovens for making babies.

    3. mem T Well better than then being in a foster home where abuse happens. It’s a touch subject for sure. I’m sure these two are great dads. I only wish happiness to these kids and all others that are fortunate to find a loving family

    4. +mem T I assume you would be for birth control and accurate sexual health and education, a woman’s right to choose abortion or not, and donating to foster care, and perinatal support for parents in low socioeconomic status. Because otherwise I can’t imagine how to stop kids from needing adoptive parents. Maybe also stopping natural disasters, too.

      In an ideal world, children should be raised by loving families who are well equipped to meet their physical and emotional needs. Being Christian, you know ur world is far from being ideal. Instead of condemning their life style and make assumptions of their parenting ability, perhaps we should celebrate the fact that their kids are being raised by loving parents, heterosexual or not.

    5. +Peter I hear you wishing and assuming the best for these men and the kids but you haven’t addressed any of the other issues.

  4. You can spot them because they are the ones with the empty hearts that have never known a mother’s love so two silly men could play house.

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