REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Host Neil Patrick Harris throws his cards after his loss in the category for best supporting actor in a comedy series at the 61st annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California September 20, 2009.
"Welcome to the brain of one of the sickest puppeteers ever encountered - Neil Patrick Harris. Watch as Neil falls for the serenade of an angelic menagerie."
The video shows Harris falling asleep and later interacting with puppets - while flying. This web series comes in seven parts. And as anyone can predict, there will always be puppets in Neil's dreams.
The puppets are from Jim Henson Studios. Harris' husband hubby David Burtka also appears in the series, while also acting as executive co-producer.
"I love that idea, that what we were - pardon the pun - dreaming, we would actually be able to film," Harris told Mashable.
Harris expressed enthusiasm over the web series, hinting he had fun working on the content even as it proves to be a challenge.
"I had a lot more nail-biting moments in this one than I normally would, but I guess that's what producing content is all about," he said.
Meanwhile, Harris is still busy with "How I Met Your Mother" as Barney Stinson. Next week, HIMYM fans will see Robin try everything to win Barney back.
Review: 'Neil's Puppet Dreams'
A YouTube viewer who has seen "The Lullabye" left the following comment:
It's like Doctor horrible meets the muppets but more adult. Definitely gonna be watching this! - GingerandNuts
VIDEO: "Neil's Puppet Dreams" Part 1
Watch the first installment of Neil Patrick Harris' web series here:
Host Neil Patrick Harris throws his cards after his loss in the category for best supporting actor in a comedy series at the 61st annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California September 20, 2009.