The Bank of America Theater in Chicago, which stages the hit musical Jersey Boys, was evacuated late Tuesday after a bomb scare, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Two suspicious boxes were spotted behind the theater. No explosives were found inside of them. On each box was a note. One note said, “This is not going to end good.”
Clearly, the Chicago police are dealing with an English major.
The incident did end well. No one was hurt. Unfortunately, theatergoers Tuesday didn’t get a chance to find out how the Jersey Boys ends. (One of them dies.)
Sorry, spoiler alert.
Of course, the lesson here, besides don't plant fake bombs, is that verbs require adverbs, not adjectives. The note said "end good." The verb is "to end"; it requires the adverb "well."
Here's the Schoolhouse Rock! explanation: