Neil Patrick Harris
Neil Patrick Harris was not nominated for his role as Count Olaf at the 2017 Emmys. Pictured: Harris speaks onstage during Neil Patrick Harris: In Conversation in the AT&T Studio during the 2017 Vulture Festival at Milk Studios on May 21, 2017 in New York. Getty Images/Bryan Bedder

“How I Met Your Mother” alum Neil Patrick Harris has the perfect response to his 2017 Emmy snub!

On his Twitter account, the actor posted a creepy photo of himself as his “A Series of Unfortunate Events” character, Count Olaf. He captioned the snap by jokingly cursing at the Emmys and saying that vengeance will be his. But Harris was simply making light of the situation. He concluded his post by asking if someone could give him a ticket to the event.

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Harris is not the only actor who has failed to nab an Emmy nomination this year. “This Is Us” star Mandy Moore didn’t get a best actress nomination after playing the role of Rebecca in the hit NBC series. But her co-stars Chrissy Metz, Milo Ventimiglia, Sterling K. Brown and Ron Cephas Jones all received a nomination.

Lena Dunham, who starred and created HBO’s “Girls,” didn’t get a nomination this year as well, but she showed no hard feelings towards her co-stars Riz Ahmed and Matthew Rhys.

According to Variety, Ahmed and Rhys are just two of the other actors who received multiple nominations at the 2017 Emmys. Both actors are nominated for their very memorable guest-starring stint in “Girls.” Ahmed is also nominated as best lead actor in a limited aeries or TV/movie for “The Night Of,” while Rhys is nominated for his lead acting role in FX’s “The Americans.”

Alec Baldwin and Ann Dowd are nominated in multiple categories at the 2017 Emmys. The former is being recognized for his portrayal of President Donald Trump in “Saturday Night Live” last season. He is also nominated for outstanding reality host for ABC’s “Match Game.” Dowd, who has been in the industry for several decades, just received her first two Emmy nominations. She is competing in the best supporting actress category for “The Handmaid’s Tale,” while her guest-starring gig in “The Leftovers” earned her a nod in the guest actress in a drama series category.

The 2017 Emmys will air on CBS on Sept. 17 at 8 p.m. EST.