The Out and Proud Neil Patrick Harris Loves Playing Comedy’s Favorite Pussy Hound

 

In the four years since Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle was released, the movie's fans have all asked themselves the question at least once: What would NPH do? Neil Patrick Harris, the one-time child-star from television's Doogie Howser, M.D., drifted from the spotlight after it was canceled in 1993 after more than four years on the air. And while he never stopped working, shifting between the Broadway stage and small and big screens--remember his Gestapo-dressed mind reader in laughable bug-fest Starship Troopers?--it wasn't until writers Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg wrote the actor himself into their first produced screenplay, Harold and Kumar, that people began to weigh decisions based on how the hyper-reality version of Neil Patrick Harris might handle the situation.

In Hurwitz and Schlossberg's universe, he'd probably pop a few mushrooms and then race 50 miles to the state line with the hood down, a naked stripper straddling him, and four more in the backseat doing lines off of each other's tits.

(City Paper Online)


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