Neil Patrick Harris is starring in his out YouTube series called "Neil's Puppet Dreams."
The series’ first episode features Harris putting his children to sleep before he passes out giving way to his first raunchy puppet dream.
Falling from the sky to his eminent death, Harris is joined by three fuzzy puppets who sing him a hilarious song about his looming death. It's adorable and twisted.
RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS RELEASED
EP OF CLASSIC COVERS
Fresh from their drama free induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, multi-platinum rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers released a very special digital-only EP, entitled We Salute You, to commemorate the occasion. The covers EP will feature six songs from previous Hall of Fame inductees, all of whom have influenced the band musically: The Ramones, Iggy & The Stooges, Neil Young, David Bowie, The Beach Boys, and Dion and the Belmonts.
Five of the six tracks have never been available digitally. "A Teenager In Love" was released as an international maxi-single; "Havana Affair" was released as a 7"-single and featured on the compilation We're A Happy Family: A Tribute To The Ramones; "Search & Destroy" has only appeared on a now out-of-print maxi-CD, "I Get Around" was first played during Brian Wilson's 2005 MusiCares induction speech; and "Suffragette City" was previously only available as a B-side to the band's single "Aeroplane." "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" was recorded live during Red Hot Chili Peppers' current tour supporting their album I'm With You. It will also be available via their website.
The track-listing for We Salute You is as follows:
"A Teenager in Love" (Dion and the Belmonts)
"Havana Affair" (Ramones)
"Search & Destroy" (Iggy and the Stooges)
"Everybody Knows This is Nowhere" (Neil Young) [live]
"I Get Around" (The Beach Boys) [live]
"Suffragette City" (David Bowie) [live]
The Red Hot Chili Peppers will headline two sold out nights at Staples Center on August 11 and 12, in addition to playing Lollapalooza on August 4 in Chicago, and San Diego on September 23.