Hamilton debuted this past weekend on Disney Plus.

I couldn't wait. The world couldn't wait.

And the numbers look good for Disney. Really good. I mean they paid $70 million for it so they should get a big return on their investment right?

According to Variety, the Disney+ app was downloaded 266,084 times domestically (513,323 times globally) from Friday through Sunday. Compared to the last four weekends in June, this marks a 72.4 percent increase in U.S. downloads. Worldwide, app downloads shot up 46.6 percent higher than the average.

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And the performance has been picked apart and judged on so many levels. Folks talking about the 2 deleted utterances of the "F-bomb", the camera placement, the conductor's head popping up in the front of the stage.

Overall, the filmed performance has been receiving rave reviews.

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But I have a question. And when I saw it, I wondered if it was part of the performance or not.

Did Jonathan Groff, who plays King George, really mean to do all that spitting while in character. I mean it completely fits during that first appearance on stage (NO, DON'T CHANGE THE SUBJECT!)

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Turns out that even though that all that spitting might just go along with the "madness" of King George, it's just a thing that the actor does and is known for on Broadway.

Groff’s tendency to spit while he’s performing is a feature of his stage presence, one that long predates Hamilton, both in the film and on-stage. He addressed it in a 2009 Vulture interview, noting that “I actually don’t think about it too much, unless I’m in a good scene with someone and I can see it hitting their face. (Daily Dot)

 

Tony-nominee Groff has previously referenced his ‘spitting’ habit. “I spit a lot onstage,” he told Variety last year. “I’ve always been a spitter … I start sweating. I just get wet when I perform onstage. It is just what happens.” (RadioTimes)