History YMMV / JerseyBoys

5th Aug '14 9:39:06 PM Doryna
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: You'd think this would be a wholesome, family-friendly show, considering how wholesome and family-friendly the music of the Four Seasons (and Frankie Valli) is. Then the curtain rises, and the show unfurls -- full of profanities, double entendres, and very adult situations. This is why there's always a big sign posted in the lobbies of theaters showing ''Jersey Boys'' warning parents of the adult content present in the musical.
** This troper saw the play at the age of six. After it ended, Mommy was asked, "What's a blowjob?"

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: You'd think this would be a wholesome, family-friendly show, considering how wholesome and family-friendly the music of the Four Seasons (and Frankie Valli) is. Then the curtain rises, and the show unfurls -- full of profanities, double entendres, and very adult situations. This is why there's always a big sign posted in the lobbies of theaters showing ''Jersey Boys'' warning parents of the adult content present in the musical.
** This troper saw the play at the age of six. After it ended, Mommy was asked,
musical. For example, kids may ask their parents, "What's a blowjob?"
29th Jun '14 7:51:09 AM creader
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* TearJerker: Frankie's relationship with his daughter, Francine, becomes more and more strained. And eventually, just when it was starting to mend, he hears about her death. His reaction is heartbreaking.
25th Jun '14 11:32:20 PM sizzyb123
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** This troper saw the play at the age of six. After it ended, Mommy was asked, "What's a blowjob?"
5th Jan '13 9:08:23 AM vifetoile
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: You'd think this would be a wholesome, family-friendly show, considering how wholesome and family-friendly the music of the Four Seasons (and Frankie Valli) is. Then the curtain rises, and the show unfurls -- full of profanities, double entendres, and very adult situations. This is why there's always a big sign posted in the lobbies of theaters showing ''Jersey Boys'' warning parents of the adult content present in the musical.
8th Aug '12 2:31:59 PM CorahsUncle
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* EarWorm: Lots of the Four Seasons' songs, but "Sherry" and "Walk Like a Man" are notable.
* TearJerker: Frankie's relationship with his daughter, Francine, becomes more and more strained. And eventually, just when it was starting to mend, he hears about her death. His reaction is heartbreaking.
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