You've probably already seen the tragic trailer, which gives you the first look at Neil Patrick Harris in disguise as the most despicable villain of them all, Count Olaf. Maybe you even saw the terrible teaser before that, with Patrick Warburton dressed as a spurious #LemonySnicket and warning viewers to stay away from #Netflix on January 13, the premiere date for #ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents.
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If, even after all these signs, you still — for some unknown reason — feel the need to look at pictures of the three Baudelaire orphans and the adults in their miserable lives, well then, you've come to the right, visually-rich-yet-morally-bankrupt place.
Lemony Snicket In A Mysterious Mansion
Lemony Snicket In Lucky Smells Lumber Mill
Dr. Orwell, Shirley And Sir
What Is Olaf's Acting Troupe Doing In The Reptile Room?
Leave That Nice Receptionist Alone
Undoubtedly Thinking Up Evil Plans
Justice Strauss In Her Library
Hurricane Herman Is En Route
Where Is The Roast Beef!?
Captain Sham And Mr. Poe At The Anxious Clown
You Can Almost Smell His Bad Breath...
Children Must Do Chores
The Wide Window
Violet And Stefano
Aunt Josephine, Smitten With The Rotten Captain Sham
Dr. Orwell And 'Shirley'
Sir, Violet and Charles (Sir's Assistant)
Uncle Monty, Completely Fooled By Stefano
Count Olaf In Disguise As Stefano
Dr. Georgina Orwell (L), Klaus Baudelaire (M), Phil? (R)
The Honorable Justice Strauss
Count Olaf In Disguise As Captain Sham
The Baudelaire Orphans Meet Their New Guardian
The Baudelaire Orphans' New Guardian
Aren't Raspberries Delicious?
The Reptile Room
Count Olaf's Mansion
Which Baudelaire orphan are you?
Still want to see the trailer for A Series of Unfortunate Events? Alright, go ahead. I tried to warn you...