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'The Jacksons' really ought to say goodbye, right now

Somebody should tell these guys that sometimes you really can say goodbye. For 30 years now, all Jacksons we've heard from the Jackson 5 minus Michael is bickering, bitching and back-biting. And the quarrelsome cacophony reaches unbearable levels with their new A&E reality series, The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty.

The show documents -- if the word can be used for such a contrived piece of work -- an attempt to put together a reunion album that absolutely nobody (including the Jacksons) is interested in hearing, and its unpleasantness is rivaled only by its irrelevance. Read my full review of The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty, in Sunday's Miami Herald.

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