The Jackson 5 show...

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Offline bibi

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The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 13, 2009, 09:57:50 PM
Ok..so I am watching the show and I think some stuff is sort of weird..!!
I mighrt be wrong, but I don't understand how they were planning a Jackson 5 Reunion and reality show before june 25th without Michael. All four brothers are in it, and scenes from date prior to June 25th are shown, yet there is no MJ in their plans of getting back together. Did they just say they were planning this show before so they avoid people saying that they profit of off Michael's "death"?
Also..did anyone else notice those "country"shirts that Jermaine was wearing? One with Ireland and the other one with BAhrain!!!! MAybe they're a clue or something because it seems he wore them on purpose..in my opinion. What do you hink? :?
Oh and by the way...they just said that carrying Michael in a coffin was a "great experience" WOW  :shock:
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 13, 2009, 10:17:47 PM
They actually were planning it, I think. There was an artile in the National Enquirer about it as far back as 2007 or 2008. I'll try to find the article for you
I think it's more proof Michael faked his death. They were planning it without him because they knew he wouldn't be there to star in it....
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 13, 2009, 10:21:25 PM
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Ok..so I am watching the show and I think some stuff is sort of weird..!!
I mighrt be wrong, but I don't understand how they were planning a Jackson 5 Reunion and reality show before june 25th without Michael. All four brothers are in it, and scenes from date prior to June 25th are shown, yet there is no MJ in their plans of getting back together. Did they just say they were planning this show before so they avoid people saying that they profit of off Michael's "death"?
Also..did anyone else notice those "country"shirts that Jermaine was wearing? One with Ireland and the other one with BAhrain!!!! MAybe they're a clue or something because it seems he wore them on purpose..in my opinion. What do you hink? :?
Oh and by the way...they just said that carrying Michael in a coffin was a "great experience" WOW  :shock:
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Seriously, a great experience?  Wow, I don't understand their "mourning".
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 13, 2009, 10:45:24 PM
Woah, one of the guys form 3T just said that they first thought Michael's passing was a hoax... and then realized it "was not a hoax."  Interesting!
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 13, 2009, 11:35:42 PM
Quote from: "bibi"
Ok..so I am watching the show and I think some stuff is sort of weird..!!
I mighrt be wrong, but I don't understand how they were planning a Jackson 5 Reunion and reality show before june 25th without Michael. All four brothers are in it, and scenes from date prior to June 25th are shown, yet there is no MJ in their plans of getting back together. Did they just say they were planning this show before so they avoid people saying that they profit of off Michael's "death"?
Also..did anyone else notice those "country"shirts that Jermaine was wearing? One with Ireland and the other one with BAhrain!!!! MAybe they're a clue or something because it seems he wore them on purpose..in my opinion. What do you hink? :?
Oh and by the way...they just said that carrying Michael in a coffin was a "great experience" WOW  :shock:


whoa now that you mention it yeah jermaine had those shirts. those placs have been considered places of interest. bshh i saw 1 and 1 but i didnt make 2 with it.

yeah i didnt like how they seemed to have excluded Mj completely when they were talking (which was supposed to be before june 25) i mean yeah so Mj was preparing for his comeback but they could have at least called him like they did with Janet when they called her over the phone. when the bros were doing their whole little reuniting thing in jermaines living room they could have called up Mike to include him.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 12:40:43 AM
Quote from: "mjssoulmate"
Quote from: "bibi"
Ok..so I am watching the show and I think some stuff is sort of weird..!!
I mighrt be wrong, but I don't understand how they were planning a Jackson 5 Reunion and reality show before june 25th without Michael. All four brothers are in it, and scenes from date prior to June 25th are shown, yet there is no MJ in their plans of getting back together. Did they just say they were planning this show before so they avoid people saying that they profit of off Michael's "death"?
Also..did anyone else notice those "country"shirts that Jermaine was wearing? One with Ireland and the other one with BAhrain!!!! MAybe they're a clue or something because it seems he wore them on purpose..in my opinion. What do you hink? :?
Oh and by the way...they just said that carrying Michael in a coffin was a "great experience" WOW :shock:
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Seriously, a great experience? Wow, I don't understand their "mourning".

OMG .. I just can say one word .. they're completely "crazy" ..  :?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 05:11:05 AM
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Quote from: "bibi"
Ok..so I am watching the show and I think some stuff is sort of weird..!!
I mighrt be wrong, but I don't understand how they were planning a Jackson 5 Reunion and reality show before june 25th without Michael. All four brothers are in it, and scenes from date prior to June 25th are shown, yet there is no MJ in their plans of getting back together. Did they just say they were planning this show before so they avoid people saying that they profit of off Michael's "death"?
Also..did anyone else notice those "country"shirts that Jermaine was wearing? One with Ireland and the other one with BAhrain!!!! MAybe they're a clue or something because it seems he wore them on purpose..in my opinion. What do you hink? :?
Oh and by the way...they just said that carrying Michael in a coffin was a "great experience" WOW  :shock:


whoa now that you mention it yeah jermaine had those shirts. those placs have been considered places of interest. bshh i saw 1 and 1 but i didnt make 2 with it.

yeah i didnt like how they seemed to have excluded Mj completely when they were talking (which was supposed to be before june 25) i mean yeah so Mj was preparing for his comeback but they could have at least called him like they did with Janet when they called her over the phone. when the bros were doing their whole little reuniting thing in jermaines living room they could have called up Mike to include him.

What I read/heard (can't remember) was, that Mike refused to take part, so why would they call him? Did Janet say "no" to them via phone?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 09:14:01 AM
I remember Jackie or Tito one saying on LKL that they got a call from Janet asking if he was driving and telling him to pull over and she told him Michael was dead but last night on the show this same person said that he was driving and he heard it on the radio and he had to pull over.  Now which is it...did Janet tell him or did the radio?  

Also, wasn't Marlon (according to the LKL interview last week) shopping at the Venetian when a fan told him?  Last night on the show he was seen picking up his luggage in an airport and that was when he stated that he found out?  

Can these people really not keep their stories straight?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 09:27:11 AM
I really doubt what show it will be like without Michael. Michael is the soul of the group from the begining. Sorry, if my words hurt you.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 09:27:27 AM
Sorry guys, but do you have a link to watch it online for free? B'cause i am living in Switzerland and i am not able to see it here    also i can't watch it on A&E homepage, it's not available in my country    , i would apreciate if someone could post here a link that works for me... thank you very much!!!  P.s: sorry my english is not so good
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 09:45:58 AM
Hi everyone,

After watching the show, I felt a little weird.  have to keep reminding myself that he is alive; because it seemed really strange if he was really dead.  Sorry, just very weird to me for the jackson five to be working on songs, saying they are going to sing some of michael's songs, etc. without michael.  

Here is the one big clue I caught.  When the brothers met with the lawyer and they were talking about the possibility of doing the comeback show or concert (not sure which it will be?) and right at the end of the meeting, the lawyer said, "you and HIM." I wish I could remember the exact words, but it was something like "I need the thoughts from you and him." It was right at the end of the conversation, and if it comes on youtube, I will look and see exactly what he said, but it stuck out to me like lightning when he said it.

And maybe I shouldn't say this, but the part when Jermaine's wife was tying his shoes, made me want to gag.  Sorry, he just really seemed to enjoy the coddling from her; to each their own, I guess.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 09:58:08 AM
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Sorry guys, but do you have a link to watch it online for free? B'cause i am living in Switzerland and i am not able to see it here    also i can't watch it on A&E homepage, it's not available in my country    , i would apreciate if someone could post here a link that works for me... thank you very much!!!  P.s: sorry my english is not so good

Give this a try...
http://www.reality-tv-fan.com/category/reality/jacksons
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 10:35:15 AM
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Here is the one big clue I caught.  When the brothers met with the lawyer and they were talking about the possibility of doing the comeback show or concert (not sure which it will be?) and right at the end of the meeting, the lawyer said, "you and HIM." I wish I could remember the exact words, but it was something like "I need the thoughts from you and him." It was right at the end of the conversation, and if it comes on youtube, I will look and see exactly what he said, but it stuck out to me like lightning when he said it.quote]

Yes, you are absolutely right! He said : "that will work for him and for you"!

here is the link : http://www.youtube.com/user/komozbolje# ... IglFN5zOAY
It is on 8.00 minut
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 11:06:36 AM
Very good observations, everybody!

Did anybody happen to notice that when Marlon was in one of the interviews and being asked about Michael's "death", or anything related, he seemed to be trying to hold back a laugh? I'm not sure if he always appears to be like this, but he's so.... Well, I don't know how to describe it, exactly, but he seems so full of himself, like he's the best thing on the planet Earth. And it continues to appear as though he's hiding something, but that's just me.

And, I believe it was Tito whom did this.... But they were talking about Michael, and appeared to be breaking down. I didn't see a tear, however.

I like reading what everyone observes. :D
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 11:24:22 AM
Last night when I was checking out the show, my mom asked me what I was watching & I told her I was just "Checking out" the Jack5on reality show & she told me she felt that the whole family was trying to "Profit off Michael's" "death"(or make money that is) & to her, she thought that was quite pathetic/sad.

To me, I wasn't really Too interested in seeing the show so I highly doubt I'll see it again.  :roll:
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 11:26:29 AM
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I remember Jackie or Tito one saying on LKL that they got a call from Janet asking if he was driving and telling him to pull over and she told him Michael was dead but last night on the show this same person said that he was driving and he heard it on the radio and he had to pull over.  Now which is it...did Janet tell him or did the radio?  

Also, wasn't Marlon (according to the LKL interview last week) shopping at the Venetian when a fan told him?  Last night on the show he was seen picking up his luggage in an airport and that was when he stated that he found out?  

Can these people really not keep their stories straight?

I believe it was Jackie shopping at the Venetian not Marlon.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 12:01:11 PM
I'd really like to throw my 2 cents into this pot.  The one thing I came away with was this:

WOW!  Michael could not have died at a more opportune time for these brothers!  How CONVENIENT of him to pass away right when they were taping the first episode of their reality show!  If you ask me...TOO DAMN CONVENIENT!  NO ONE would watch that TRIPE if it weren't for Michael's "death"!  NO ONE would watch their interviews on The Today Show or LKL or anywhere...people only watch the interviews and the show HOPING to hear something about MICHAEL!  Something really big had to happen in the news regarding Michael to make that show a success...what's bigger than the super-star's death???

I'm not saying that Michael staged his death to coincide with the show...I think they started filming the show to coincide with Michael's "death"....follow?

All of this leads me to believe that they KNEW that Michael was going to "die" while they were filming the first episode, and the only way they could know that is if his "death" was planned.

Just my opinion, do with it what you will.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 12:04:34 PM
i noticed that on i think it was Jackies shirts
there was one with 3,one with 4,and one with 7?
wonder if that is anything? and when Marlon was talking
i think right before they met with the lawyer, he said, about
the meeting, "this will be the first time we've all got together
since the burial, uh, i mean passing of michael"?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 12:34:16 PM
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Here is the one big clue I caught.  When the brothers met with the lawyer and they were talking about the possibility of doing the comeback show or concert (not sure which it will be?) and right at the end of the meeting, the lawyer said, "you and HIM." I wish I could remember the exact words, but it was something like "I need the thoughts from you and him." It was right at the end of the conversation, and if it comes on youtube, I will look and see exactly what he said, but it stuck out to me like lightning when he said it.quote]

Yes, you are absolutely right! He said : "that will work for him and for you"!

here is the link : http://www.youtube.com/user/komozbolje# ... IglFN5zOAY
It is on 8.00 minut

I think by 'him' he is referring to the concert promoter.

It's not related to the hoax, but I have to say - watching this show made me understand, why the brothers never achieved any success after Michael left. They are LAZY! They have absolutely no drive. I mean I know they're older now, but I doubt they were that much different when they were younger. They are just so boring! As curious as I am about the Jackson family, the only member I enjoy watching is Katherine.

I'm under the impression, that they started filming the show after MJ's death (if he IS dead). Like somebody else said, nobody would have watched the show if MJ wasn't 'dead'. And I'm sure they knew that. This is so disgusting (if it's not a hoax).
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 02:04:13 PM
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Here is the one big clue I caught.  When the brothers met with the lawyer and they were talking about the possibility of doing the comeback show or concert (not sure which it will be?) and right at the end of the meeting, the lawyer said, "you and HIM." I wish I could remember the exact words, but it was something like "I need the thoughts from you and him." It was right at the end of the conversation, and if it comes on youtube, I will look and see exactly what he said, but it stuck out to me like lightning when he said it.quote]

Yes, you are absolutely right! He said : "that will work for him and for you"!

here is the link : http://www.youtube.com/user/komozbolje# ... IglFN5zOAY
It is on 8.00 minut

I think by 'him' he is referring to the concert promoter.

It's not related to the hoax, but I have to say - watching this show made me understand, why the brothers never achieved any success after Michael left. They are LAZY! They have absolutely no drive. I mean I know they're older now, but I doubt they were that much different when they were younger. They are just so boring! As curious as I am about the Jackson family, the only member I enjoy watching is Katherine.

I'm under the impression, that they started filming the show after MJ's death (if he IS dead). Like somebody else said, nobody would have watched the show if MJ wasn't 'dead'. And I'm sure they knew that. This is so disgusting (if it's not a hoax).


Yeah, someone on the other forum told me that they were referring to the promoter and that is what "him" meant. Oh well.

I agree with comments above.  A show where they sit around at restaurants talking about what they want to do; they go to someone else asking for a hit song, and then they try to throw in drama of jermaine trying to make up his mind about doing something with his brothers... yawn. yawn.  my opinion; michael's death is the only reason that show is on.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 02:25:59 PM
I saw the series last night and the thing that caught me off guard was and I quote " unfortunately June 25-our world changed for ever, it was a surprise to us as it was for you".  I am sorry but it was not a surprise to me it was a shock-a tragedy but not a surprise.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 02:50:34 PM
What made me raise my eyebrows was the part where Jermain is being asked a question about the critics saying that the brothers are trying to cash in on Michael's death. Right after the question is asked, the camera shows Halima's face with a smirk.  :? She either knows something, or she is well aware, that the critics are RIGHT.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

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Another thing that caught me after watching the show again was that when the brothers are all meeting with the attorney in the restaurant, the attorney makes a statement in regards to this having to be huge because Michael was the biggest entertainer in history.  When it pans to Jermaine's face during this comment he has a scowl of jealousy that made me cringe.  Anyone else notice this?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 03:43:55 PM
I love reading about everyone's reactions to the show! To me, honestly, the 4 brothers seem so boring and melodramatic...I did  the part where they showed the old house in Gary, Indiana, though.
When is their tour starting anyways? I wonder if they're going to have the success they expect..I bet NOT!
And how is it that they always say something stupid? For example the "great experience" thing...the different ways they found out about Michael...just like Janet completely lied about being in New York, when actually she was in Atlanta...etc. Either they suffer from short term memory or they lie and forget what they say, so they make up another lie.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 04:28:31 PM
There was one part where jackie was talking about after michael died he wasnt afraid of dieng and he was going to meet him soon and started smiling which to me was a big clue, and also when tito's kids were talking about uncle michaels death and one of them said they thought it was a hoax then stutters a little and say that it isn't a hoax why would they say that in the show?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 05:18:25 PM
Damn y'all hella negative....lol umm I liked it..the hoax comment caught me 2 and there outfits also

They had on clothes they wore on the "day" he died or way after that we seen them wearing on other days on tmz or hollywood tv...

Basicly the timeframes don't match
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 07:01:42 PM
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I'd really like to throw my 2 cents into this pot.  The one thing I came away with was this:

WOW!  Michael could not have died at a more opportune time for these brothers!  How CONVENIENT of him to pass away right when they were taping the first episode of their reality show!  If you ask me...TOO DAMN CONVENIENT!  NO ONE would watch that TRIPE if it weren't for Michael's "death"!  NO ONE would watch their interviews on The Today Show or LKL or anywhere...people only watch the interviews and the show HOPING to hear something about MICHAEL!  Something really big had to happen in the news regarding Michael to make that show a success...what's bigger than the super-star's death???

I'm not saying that Michael staged his death to coincide with the show...I think they started filming the show to coincide with Michael's "death"....follow?

All of this leads me to believe that they KNEW that Michael was going to "die" while they were filming the first episode, and the only way they could know that is if his "death" was planned.

Just my opinion, do with it what you will.

Basicenvy,
I feel that there is some truth to your thoughts. Those same thoughts go through my head. As I recall, Michael did not want to reunite with his bros for the last reunion concert (the Victory tour) but caved because his mom pleaded with him. And, as we all know he loves his mom and didn't want to disappoint her.  I highly doubt that Michael's feelings about touring or giving even one concert with his brothers would have changed. I know Michael has forgiven his family and moved on but that doesn't mean he wants to relive those times.  I think he had moved on and was content/confident and super busy in/with his solo career. I have to agree with Basicenvy that it is rather slick how this all coincides perfectly with MJ's "death". After all, the Jackson 4 or 5 really haven't been a household name for decades now. I still want to know if this scheme is cleverly planned around a real death (if MJ is deceased I believe he was terminal and had time to plan all this hoopla out to create the illusion that he is alive) or if he was that selfless to put himself through this to benefit his family. If he is alive (and I hope and pray daily he is) it would be incredible to see this J5 reunion tour go through with MJ appearing on stage with his brothers when no one (except us, of course) expects it!  If the latter is, in fact, true I believe that may be why the family and even Michael in the recent past (as evidenced in the movie, This Is It) keeps saying "it's all for love, family comes first" etc. etc.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 08:32:21 PM
I noticed that Jermaine was wearing a shirt that said Bahrain. Didn't Michael go to Bahrain?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 14, 2009, 09:14:57 PM
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I noticed that Jermaine was wearing a shirt that said Bahrain. Didn't Michael go to Bahrain?


Yes, he did.  He also went to Ireland in June 2006 to work in the studio with Will.i.am. Jermaine was wearing an Ireland shirt as well.  What can we make of that?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 17, 2009, 12:12:58 PM
There are two main things irritating me...

1. It's hard for me to believe their tears within this documentary, because they didn't cry that much during the memorials, although they are somehow touching me and I can't help but letting a little tiny bit of doubt into my mind...

2. Everything they say seems to be somehow rehearsed, because they often use the exact same words in the documentary like they did at Larry King's Show. It's like a script they've learned by heart...

3. Numerous things appear to be staged anyway.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 17, 2009, 12:13:38 PM
well, ok, I mentioned 3 instead of 2 things now :D
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 17, 2009, 01:54:20 PM
I only found one episode. Has the second been aired yet?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 19, 2009, 06:51:35 PM
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I only found one episode. Has the second been aired yet?
yes the 2nd aired on the same night and the 3rd comes on tomorrow
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 20, 2009, 02:07:18 AM
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Woah, one of the guys form 3T just said that they first thought Michael's passing was a hoax... and then realized it "was not a hoax."  Interesting!

This among some of the other things already mentioned here is what also made me raised my brow! Very interesting choice of words to use if you ask me. He could have said He thought it was a joke but why use the word "hoax"????
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 20, 2009, 03:51:08 AM
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Another thing that caught me after watching the show again was that when the brothers are all meeting with the attorney in the restaurant, the attorney makes a statement in regards to this having to be huge because Michael was the biggest entertainer in history.  When it pans to Jermaine's face during this comment he has a scowl of jealousy that made me cringe.  Anyone else notice this?

I did notice that!  I really don't trust Jermaine, and I'm starting to honestly think if Michael hoaxed his death that Jermaine doesn't know anything about it.  I know that might seem crazy, but the more I learn about the family, the less likely I think it is that the whole family is in on it.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 20, 2009, 07:26:36 AM
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I only found one episode. Has the second been aired yet?
yes the 2nd aired on the same night and the 3rd comes on tomorrow


Thanks
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 20, 2009, 11:57:20 AM
This video may explain why one of the nephews mentioned that they thought it was a hoax. Because six months earlier prior to his death ,it was reported that Michael had died of a cardic arrest.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gY60Vg_zGI
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 20, 2009, 01:05:51 PM
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This video may explain why one of the nephews mentioned that they thought it was a hoax. Because six months earlier prior to his death ,it was reported that Michael had died of a cardic arrest.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gY60Vg_zGI

thats weird that there would be a previous hoax that Michael "died" of the same thing 6 months before JUne 25th..
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 20, 2009, 11:26:52 PM
Did anyone catch on tonight's show that Jermaine's wife had a shirt on that says "Michael lives"? I busted out with a loud "HAAAAAAAA!" and rewound it to see it again. lol
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 21, 2009, 08:56:39 AM
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Did anyone catch on tonight's show that Jermaine's wife had a shirt on that says "Michael lives"? I busted out with a loud "HAAAAAAAA!" and rewound it to see it again. lol


no way. i gotta watch it. i recorded it.

anything else? cant believe i missed it.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 21, 2009, 09:05:20 AM
I noticed that immediately and looking at the way she normally dresses on the show that style of T-shirt and jeans just didn't seem like something she would wear.  She always looks to me to be in the highest of fashion so as soon as I seen that I sat straight up and took notice!!!
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 21, 2009, 10:19:08 AM
A little OT, but I think MJ looks like Jackie...especially the profile. ;)
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 21, 2009, 12:29:14 PM
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A little OT, but I think MJ looks like Jackie...especially the profile. ;)
They have always looked the most alike 2 me
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 21, 2009, 01:29:29 PM
Can somebody post a link for the full 3rd episode? I missed it last night.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: December 23, 2009, 03:40:01 PM
Yes please, can somebody post a link to watch the show online??????????????

THANK YOU :P
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 04, 2010, 12:24:27 PM
Does anyone feel like Tito is the only one "out of the loop"? It seems like he is genuinely clueless. Everyone else seems to be in on the hoax. The whole show is just weird. I'm just watching it for the first time online as I don't get that channel. So I apologize for any repeated topics. The whole thing is just a little too convenient for me....

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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

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don't yall think it was weird how tito was describing goin to the premiere as a double edged sword? like he said im darned if i go to the premiere and im darned if i dont. like when someone is in mouring are they gonna really pay attention to what people think about them? i would think theyre grief would overshadow anything and if tito really wanted to see the move he would have gone or if he didnt because it would have been too difficult then he wouldn't. he wouldn't be concerned what the people think. y'know?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 07, 2010, 11:43:48 PM
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And maybe I shouldn't say this, but the part when Jermaine's wife was tying his shoes, made me want to gag.  Sorry, he just really seemed to enjoy the coddling from her; to each their own, I guess.
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Well, HECK!  :?  I thought that's what people actually get MARRIED for--to touch each other any time they want! And "coddle" the stuffing out of each other. I think little boys need it even more than girls(and that's A LOT). [You GO, good  girl! :D ]

Jermaine's pretty and loving wife GETS it. And she didn't look like she was suffering through it at all :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

If you're too good to tie the boy's shoes, you DON'T get it---those are YOUR cute toes in them there shoes....Good thing they didn't show all that  :x yucky ;)  ;)  ;)  ;)  :lol: sloppy  :lol: kissing on camera, too, eh? EEEEWWWW. 8-) You tickled me! Thank you
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 09, 2010, 07:56:31 AM
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Ok..so I am watching the show and I think some stuff is sort of weird..!!
I mighrt be wrong, but I don't understand how they were planning a Jackson 5 Reunion and reality show before june 25th without Michael. All four brothers are in it, and scenes from date prior to June 25th are shown, yet there is no MJ in their plans of getting back together. Did they just say they were planning this show before so they avoid people saying that they profit of off Michael's "death"?
Also..did anyone else notice those "country"shirts that Jermaine was wearing? One with Ireland and the other one with BAhrain!!!! MAybe they're a clue or something because it seems he wore them on purpose..in my opinion. What do you hink? :?
Oh and by the way...they just said that carrying Michael in a coffin was a "great experience" WOW  :shock:
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Seriously, a great experience?  Wow, I don't understand their "mourning".

I really think your post is great, about the Bahrein shirt, I also noticed an "Ireland" shirt,
But I really have to make a comment about this:

they just said that carrying Michael in a coffin was a "great experience" WOW
Seriously, a great experience?  Wow, I don't understand their "mourning".


When my father died, I was asked if I wanted to help carrying his coffin, it was hard but at the same time a "great" expierence, because this way you can deal with losing you're family member better, and it sort of feels "good" to bring them to their final resting place. :) So I'm sorry I don't agree on this one :)

OR it could be..if you think back to Mike saying "This is all a great adventure" that they might be referring to that... :) If not, I don't think anything is strange about this remark :)
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 09, 2010, 08:45:20 AM
enyone has recorded the show till now?
i only saw the first and the second episdoe
if someone can recorde it please do it and post a link here coz i didnt see it
:( please...
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 09, 2010, 10:38:10 AM
yeah that would be great!
I also didn't see any other episodes... :(
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 09, 2010, 10:41:22 AM
Hmm? Where do you guys see all the show? Is it aired? It's not aired here in Singapore.  :(
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 09, 2010, 07:10:55 PM
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Another thing that caught me after watching the show again was that when the brothers are all meeting with the attorney in the restaurant, the attorney makes a statement in regards to this having to be huge because Michael was the biggest entertainer in history.  When it pans to Jermaine's face during this comment he has a scowl of jealousy that made me cringe.  Anyone else notice this?

I did notice that!  I really don't trust Jermaine, and I'm starting to honestly think if Michael hoaxed his death that Jermaine doesn't know anything about it.  I know that might seem crazy, but the more I learn about the family, the less likely I think it is that the whole family is in on it.

I agree with Jermaine being jealous.

But, did you also hear what the attorney said before he left?  The brothers were concerned about the 2 months time limit and the attorney said something like " Think it through and let me know what works for him and you all.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 17, 2010, 01:20:58 PM
At this point in time I've only seen the first two shows. In two different scenes I noticed the time on the clock was 2:26pm which is also the official time of "death". One of the scenes was with Jermaine and Halima in their house and the other was with Mrs. Jackson and Jackie in Encino. Maybe a coincidence? Update: I am mistaken about the scene with Mrs. Jackson and Jackie and the time on the clock. There is no clock in that scene. I re watched and the clock with the 2:26pm is at Tito's house. It can be seen when all the family are gathered outside. The clock seems to be on a windowsill.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 17, 2010, 10:12:55 PM
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At this point in time I've only seen the first two shows. In two different scenes I noticed the time on the clock was 2:26pm which is also the official time of "death". One of the scenes was with Jermaine and Halima in their house and the other was with Mrs. Jackson and Jackie in Encino. Maybe a coincidence?


wow. now thats a big coincidence. :|  :?:

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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 17, 2010, 11:13:38 PM
What a disappointment, huh?  :?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 17, 2010, 11:16:50 PM
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What a disappointment, huh?  :?
what happened?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 17, 2010, 11:18:30 PM
I'm missing something here....what was supposed to "Blow Our Minds?" All I did was cry! Even though we know he is alive, when they do that kind of stuff it still makes me cry!!  : (((
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 18, 2010, 09:15:13 AM
Crescendo, Thanks for your comment. I've updated my previous post on this thread because I'm mistaken over the clock in the scene with Mrs. Jackson and Jackie. There is no clock. The clock with the 2:26pm is in the scene at Tito's house where the family have gathered outside. The clock is positioned on a windowsill with that time. The scene with Jermaine and Halima and the clock still stands.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 18, 2010, 10:28:22 AM
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Crescendo, Thanks for your comment. I've updated my previous post on this thread because I'm mistaken over the clock in the scene with Mrs. Jackson and Jackie. There is no clock. The clock with the 2:26pm is in the scene at Tito's house where the family have gathered outside. The clock is positioned on a windowsill with that time. The scene with Jermaine and Halima and the clock still stands.

but still the clock there at titos house is still 2:26 right which is the same time that Mj was pronounced. and that one where theyre gathered outside is from the first episode which was filmed before Mj "died".

still something there, i think.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 18, 2010, 10:37:07 AM
I was not able to watch the show, I am in Europe  :cry:  what happened?
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 18, 2010, 10:44:59 AM
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I was not able to watch the show, I am in Europe  :cry:  what happened?

Nothing. lol They talked about themselves for the majority of the show.Then towards the end Jermaine was telling Halima he had a dream. After much encouragement from halima, jermaine went and talked to his brothers and they all decided to go to Forest lawn. They filmed them walking into the building where Michael supposedly is buried. but they didnt show the crypt.

Nothing we havent seen before.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

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Crescendo, I've checked and yes the clock with 2:26pm at Tito's house is in the first episode and filmed in May. We know this because the press conference scene is in June and Tito's house scene is "one month earlier".
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 18, 2010, 11:07:01 AM
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Crescendo, I've checked and yes the clock with 2:26pm at Tito's house is in the first episode and filmed in May. We know this because the press conference scene is in June and Tito's house scene is "one month earlier".


Well if the episode was filmed a month earlier, they almost, every so coincidentally, predicted the time michael would be pronounced and month later. and for some reason they made note of it in the episode.

Theres something weird there. Do I make sense? its morning here and I'm not a morning person.  :lol:
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 18, 2010, 11:28:31 AM
Crescendo, You make complete sense and I'm not a morning person either. I'm just about nocturnal. There are too many coincidences and odd things for this whole thing to be real. In the first episode when three of the brothers were introducing themselves to camera they said something about MJ's death being a "surprise" or them being "surprised". Now if MJ was gone that word is not really the best word under the circumstances. Surely "shocked", "devastated" or "saddened" would be more fitting. The word "surprise" could apply because MJ's death took them unawares/unexpected/astonishment but the second dictionary definition is "to fill with wonder or amazement".
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 19, 2010, 12:50:43 PM
In the first episode of the reality show at Jermaine's house there is a painting/work of art on the wall behind JJ. It can be seen in the scene where JJ is sitting with his IPod on. The style and coloring of this picture reminds me of a similar looking painting of MJ that I remember seeing posted on this site. Does anyone know the painting I'm referring to? Update: I've found out the answer to my own question, the artist who did the MJ painting is a guy called Paul Oz.
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 19, 2010, 01:53:27 PM
I'm confused... when is the Jackson show finale? Was it the episode when they visit Michael's "grave" or is there still another one? I've heard rumor about a secret finale...was that it? Is the first season over or is there one more episode?

(I'm in the US).

Thanks!
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 20, 2010, 04:48:01 AM
Say, did anyone happen to get  a GOOD look at the red shirt Halima was wearing (on the finale show) for just about 4 or 5 minutes in the show? I couldn't tape it, and she was trying HARD to cover it with a scarf, AFTER she showed the entire front once. It was a white form on the front, which looked like a silouette of MJ tipping his hat---unless I'm just wishing. I could not READ what it said under the figure. HELP? It has to be a clue--she was fussing too much!!!!!!!!

I was hoping it said something MORE ("mind blowing"!!), than the white shirt she had on the other show. You've heard the expression, "need to get something off my chest"?  SHE was trying hard to keep a secret, on there! I know it!

RED shirt, white graphic. somekind of logo or fancy word(s).

Sorry, I can't get any colors or smileys to stick!
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 20, 2010, 08:16:11 AM
I noticed her shirt too and all her fussing!....but was unable to make out anything either. I thought the same thing that it might mean something just like her white one that said "Michael Lives". Will have to see if we can find that episode on you tube or on TV again. ;)
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 20, 2010, 10:04:31 AM
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Re: The Jackson 5 show...

  • on: January 23, 2010, 10:48:53 AM
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Is THIS IT? The picture you posted, is it what was on the red shirt Halima was wearing on the last program, or where is it from?
I see a teenage Michael looking AT the camera as if "Who's Bad?", and everyone of the other brothers (well, except Jermaine, who ALWAYS has to do his own thing just to assert his presence and --and probably was supposed to,  but looked away at the second the shutter opened, like a typical attention-seeking smart-alek!) is looking UP, at the larger than life drawing of Michael, looming over the four of the brothers who are actually on the reality show.  What does this mean? Just thinking out loud...help? What are we looking at?

 A) What is the significance of the DRAWING as opposed to a PHOTO of Michael, as he looked last?

B) What does the adult brothers' pose mean?

C) Is the year snapped or something ELSE about the younger boys' picture significant in some way?

D) Why is everything so dark, one can barely see..?
E) Anything else?  Could this be the "mind-blowing" thing, in ANY way??
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