I used to volunteer as an usher at a performing arts center. Bob Saget, who was starring in a family friendly sit-com, came to do his stand-up act. The show was advertised as adults only, all of the advertising had a banner across it that said "adult content, not appropriate for children". When people ordered their tickets, the CS reps were instructed to tell them that the material was not appropriate for children. The day of the show comes, and there are at least a hundred young kids in the audience, probably a lot more. The show started and parents were outraged. They were calling over ushers and wanted the theater manager to force the comedian to tone down his act. When they were informed that that was never going to happen, they wanted refunds. They were informed that there are no refunds once the show starts, a fact that was printed on the tickets, just below "Not Suitable for Children". I couldn't believe the number of enraged parents who thought that just because their little darling wanted to see Michelle's daddy from TV that taking them to a stand-up performace was a good idea.