"Hamilton" is making its way to Disney+, but fans might notice two things -- or, in this case, words -- will be missing: two F-bombs, specifically.
In a Twitter thread on Monday, creator and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda explained the Tony-winning show drops the F-word three times. However, for it to appear on the streaming platform, he had to drop two of them.
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"On July 3, you’re getting the whole show, every note & scene, & a 1-minute countdown clock during intermission (bathroom!)," he wrote. "But MPAA has a hard rule about language: more than 1 utterance of "F---" is an automatic R rating. We have 3 "F---s" in our show."
"So… I literally gave two f---s so the kids could see it," he cracked, then revealed other differences between the stage and streaming versions.
"1. In Yorktown, there's a mute over 'I get the f___ back up again' 2. 'Southern *record scratch*kin' Democratic Republicans,'" Miranda shared.
Despite the change, the 40-year-old reminded viewers the rules don't necessarily have to apply while in the comfort of their own homes.
"You can sing whatEVER you like at home (even sync up the album)!" he wrote. "Love you. Enjoy."