The Jack5ons: A Family Dynasty (Reality Mini-series Show)

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Offline MSMJFANFOREVER

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I just watched it and am curious...

They kept referring, emphatically, to being on LOCKDOWN.  Then when a clip of next weeks episode, came on.  Again, the announcer stated how they are ON LOCKDOWN!!
O.k. we GET it!  I just have a feeling that it's a "clue" of come sort!

Also, I usually dislike Jermaine and find his "tactics" questionable. However,
I do agree with him in wanting to go with JIMMY JAM/TERRY LEWIS, as opposed to this "other" producer (Mark? whom, I THINK is a LOOSE cannon).  Jermaine seems ADAMANT on NOT going with this guy.  Possibly because Jermaine is in cahoots with
"MICHAEL" and they have a specific "strategy", in place.

I'm getting a "vibe" from Salima (Jermaine's wife), that she's been coerced into being IN on the "HOAX"  She'd HAVE to be, if Jermaine is the ringleader of it (or "second" in command...ie...MJ).   Did you see how after the TII premiere, as they were leaving and someone was aking Jermaine questions, she had a look on her face as if to say....this whole HOAX is getting way out of hand and I have NO choice BUT to follow along.

I think behind-the-scenes, Jermaine may be "controlling" (with her). Much like, his "father" (UNFORTUNATELY). He seems a times, dismissive, when she's trying to make a POINT or show him affection.  IE...dont get LIPSTICK on "me".

What's up with TITO? Is he going through a midlife crisis or WHAT?  He reminds me of that "dirty" old uncle that always gets a little carried away.  
I wanted to yell CUT! when he was at that bar, telling his GF to get DRUNK, so he could "do what he DOES"?!!!   Eeeew.
 "TITO".....haven't you been listening?  SLOOOOWW DOWWWNNNN!
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Offline q0txciityl0ve

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Jermaine's wife is GORGEOUS. i really just dislike how he treats her though.

i noticed no tears from Tito after he left from the premiere since he was grieving & couldn't understand why michael had to die.
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Offline kingofmystery

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A separate thread was started for this week's show.  (Sorry, I didn't know people were posting here, as well.)  Here's the link for more observations...
viewtopic.php?f=24&t=2815&p=42522#p42522
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Quote from: "Crescendo"
does anybody remember the J4 about to make a comback before june 25th? this show is basically implying that they had planned a reunion before Michael "died" i dont remember that


That's what I was thinking.   Basically this show is all about Michael isn't it?  It opens with a song Michael is singing, MIchael is subject of just about every conversation and scene in the show.  Makes you wonder who really is producing the show doesn't it?
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There were no tears from Tito regarding leaving the premier, because he didn't go.
He "wasn't ready" to see it yet.
And there were plenty of tears from Tito when he was talking about Michael.  
He did use the "died" word too.
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Quote from: "q0txciityl0ve"
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i just thought about something..it may be nothing but idk

on the last episode of the show when jermaine went to indian he looked in the camara and said " i love indian, im home, these are my people" i think thats what he said

really remeber on the mj unauthorized interview mike asked someone where they were from and they said india and he said oh ok "those are my people"

maybe im trippin but i think thats weird
what MJ interview was that?
 :shock:

Yeah that was the interview outside the Havenhurst mansion. I don't think I ever saw him give another intimate interview like that. He was saying "my people" like the way many African Americans say "that's my dog, we peoples, or he's my man" I hope I explained that well. It's basically slang for saying I love this or that thing, person, place. He loved the Indian culture and I hope many people on here know I mean East Indian and not the term used to described Native Americans (which they despise being called since they are not from India).
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Quote from: "yitsy"
There were no tears from Tito regarding leaving the premier, because he didn't go.
He "wasn't ready" to see it yet.
And there were plenty of tears from Tito when he was talking about Michael.  
He did use the "died" word too.

If what we think is true about Mike, Tito and Jackie should win Oscars.  :lol:  I cry everytime one of them become emotional. What drives me crazy is I beLIEve and I still cry... :oops:
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Quote from: "mjfanforever"

Yeah that was the interview outside the Havenhurst mansion. I don't think I ever saw him give another intimate interview like that. He was saying "my people" like the way many African Americans say "that's my dog, we peoples, or he's my man" I hope I explained that well. It's basically slang for saying I love this or that thing, person, place. He loved the Indian culture and I hope many people on here know I mean East Indian and not the term used to described Native Americans (which they despise being called since they are not from India).
Yes they made it clear it was east indian in the clip...lol I love that interview because it was the one I seen after he passed and it made me fall in love with him again plus that shows he loves being black and all ethnic groups...its just a really good interview
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Quote from: "q0txciityl0ve"
Jermaine's wife is GORGEOUS. i really just dislike how he treats her though.

i noticed no tears from Tito after he left from the premiere since he was grieving & couldn't understand why michael had to die.

yes, i think she's pretty too.
i feel so bad for her when she kisses him or tries to hug him and he just pushes her away.
what is up with that? she's beautiful! he should be all over her!
clearly, michael needs to give jermaine some lessons in the love department ;l
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Maybe they will win Oscars...or maybe they don't know what's going on. Think about "The Godfather".
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Latest "tweet" from Marlon about the finale show tomorrow (Sunday) night:

We r excited. SECRET FINALE of The JACK50NS Dynasty Sun on A&E at 10pm! It will make you laugh, cry, think & cherish ur loved ones-Marlon
http://twitter.com/ALLJACK5ONS
about 14 hours ago from web

Mission accomplished, Marlon...I'm very curious and will be watching!
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I just finished watching the last episode. The secret finale is the brothers go to MJ's grave at Forest Lawn. But you don't see MJ's grave. The brothers do decide to work with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and continue to work on the 40th anniversary show and cd. It was a little emotional. But I still believe that MJ's alive.
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Having watched the finale, I just kept looking at Jackie's hat, that said "Bacara".... it's some spa in CA.... but one of the first things that came up  was Bacarda Brazil. It's in the Amazon.
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I'd saw that too. Is this letting us know that MJ could be there or was there? I also noticed in the previous show that Jermaine was wearing Ireland and Bahrain on his shirts.
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There is Bacara Ethiopia, too...though it looks like in the middle of nowhere....but still!
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Having watched the finale, I just kept looking at Jackie's hat, that said "Bacara"....


CC-1138, also known as Bacara, was a clone marshal commander who served in the Grand Army of the Republic. After receiving training in the traditions and culture of the Journeyman Protectors, CC-1138 was given command of the 21st Nova Corps, . . . During this time he developed a reputation as a loner—this was due to his training in the culture of the Journeyman Protectors, as opposed to his clone brothers who had mostly been taught the ways of the Mandalorians. His loner's reputation carried over into his career as a soldier, but it never stopped him from putting the needs of his troops ahead of his own.

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Hi starling10!  It's great to have you here!  The information that you posted is interesting... where is it from?
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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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Yes, that was last one when the brothers visited MJ's grave. There were only six episodes.
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mehere, I also noticed the picture/painting with the butterflies behind Jermaine. On a side note I thought Muslims were forbidden to have pictures depicting faces i.e. no false idols. I could be mistaken on this point though. There was also another painting behind JJ which looked similar in style to the Paul Oz painting of MJ which was seen on this site.
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Some things I noticed from episode no? of the reality show that are not probably relevant but I want to mention them anyway. Mainly because they don't make any sense to me. It could also indicate that the show is a work of fiction. Firstly I thought that Jermaine was a vegan. It was talked about on the show. So I was surprised to see JJ tucking into some shark jerky when the brothers were frequenting a fish market. Also back at the lockdown retreat JJ quite happily had some tuna steak. I'm a veggie and would not eat animal flesh, so how come a vegan whom are stricter with what products they eat be eating a juicy tuna?  I don't want to sound judgemental of JJ eating habit's but if this show is true then he is the worst vegan ever. On an incidental point regarding the wine which was poured over the tuna, I think it is disrespectful to disregard JJ's stance on no alcohol. I thought Muslims adhered to strictly no alcohol even in food? The last issue is regarding what looked like a crocodile or alligator guitar case that JJ had on his back when he was standing outside with Tito. A sincere vegan would not have a real skin/hide from an animal. If indeed that is what it was, maybe it was fake croc/'gator?
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Some things I noticed from episode five of the reality show that are not probably relevant but I want to mention them anyway. Mainly because they don't make any sense to me. It could also indicate that the show is a work of fiction. Firstly I thought that Jermaine was a vegan. It was talked about on the show. So I was surprised to see JJ tucking into some shark jerky when the brothers were frequenting a fish market. Also back at the lockdown retreat JJ quite happily had some tuna steak. I'm a veggie and would not eat animal flesh, so how come a vegan whom are stricter with what products they eat be eating a juicy tuna?  I don't want to sound judgemental of JJ eating habit's but if this show is true then he is the worst vegan ever. On an incidental point regarding the wine which was poured over the tuna, I think it is disrespectful to disregard JJ's stance on no alcohol. I thought Muslims adhered to strictly no alcohol even in food? The last issue is regarding what looked like a crocodile or alligator guitar case that JJ had on his back when he was standing outside with Tito. A sincere vegan would not have a real skin/hide from an animal. If indeed that is what it was, maybe it was fake croc/'gator?

I found an article about the different types of vegetarians. It does mention that vegetarians can have fish. I do know a few vegetarians they do eat fish and chicken.  About the Alcohol, that was Tito's idea. He said he hope Jermaine would not see that episode of him pouring wine on the fish.  I think he just wanted to his brother to lighten up a little. Enjoy the fruits.  Here's is the link
http://http://www.passionatevegetarian.com/vegetarian_types.htm
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techdiva, Thank you for posting the link. I know there are various degrees of vegetarianism and veganism but being a true veggie/vegan does not include animal flesh or in the case of vegans any animal derivatives. I don't think Jermaine can really class himself as a vegan. A vegetarian in my book would be pushing it. JJ maybe likes the tag "vegan" but I think he is kidding himself on. :roll:
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Quote from: "mjjveritas"
techdiva, Thank you for posting the link. I know there are various degrees of vegetarianism and veganism but being a true veggie/vegan does not include animal flesh or in the case of vegans any animal derivatives. I don't think Jermaine can really class himself as a vegan. A vegetarian in my book would be pushing it. JJ maybe likes the tag "vegan" but I think he is kidding himself on. :roll:
Yeah, I agree with you about Jermaine. He tries to be something he not. He is all show. I use to like Jermaine, but looks like the green monster has taken over him. I hated way he treats his wife.  I wonder how long this marriage will last.
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