(1997 TV Series)
In South Park, Colorado, we follow the adventures of four foul-mouthed fourth-graders: Eric Cartman, the rude, obnoxious, sadistic, racist, fat kid; Stan Marsh, a quiet kid with a huge crush on Wendy Testaberger (he usually vomits whenever he talks to her or when something gross occurs); Kyle Brofloski, the religious Jewish kid who Cartman picks on for being Jewish; and Kenny, the orange parka-hooded kid who dies every episode. Of course, most of the time, something weird usually happens including aliens planting a chip in Cartman's anus and Michael Jackson moves into the neighborhood. Other wild adventures include: the boys blaming their parents for child molestation and Cartman feeding Scott Tenorman his parents in chili. A movie was given in the early seasons in 1999. And the boys enjoy their Terrence & Philip, a Canadian comedy duo (which the parents were against in the movie).
(1997 TV Series)
Episode: The Jeffersons (2004)
A new family moves in to South Park, calling themselves The Jeffersons. It really is Michael Jackson with his son escaping from the earlier Hollywood lifestyle. Stan, Cartman, Kenny and Kyle are invited over to play, but everyone but Cartman soon becomes suspicious of Mr. Jefferson's childlike behavior. At this point, Mr. Jefferson has become Cartman's best friend. The cops are soon involved, but withdraw their attention when they see that Mr. Jefferson is white and therefore there is no need to frame him.
(2009 TV Series)
Episode: The Sue Sylvester Shuffle (2011)
Mr. Schuester and Coach Beiste devise a plot to bring together the warring glee club and football team factions. Meanwhile, Sue, desperate to win cheerleading Nationals, launches a dangerous plan to bring home a trophy, and the New Directions tackle Michael Jackson's iconic hit "Thriller."
(2009 TV Series)
Episode: Michael (2012)
In a special episode celebrating the music of Michael Jackson, the rivalry between New Directions and the Warblers intensifies en route to Regionals. Meanwhile, Kurt and Rachel receive news regarding their admissions process at NYADA, and things continue to heat up between Sam and Mercedes.
|5.||Saturday Night Live
(1975 TV Series)
Episode: Cameron Diaz/Green Day (2005)
Sketches include Papal Debate '05, Cameron Diaz Monologue, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, TV Funhouse: Michael Jackson, The Barry Gibb Talk Show: Nancy Pelosi, Ann Coulter, And Gov. Bill Richardson (featuring cameos from Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake, and Drew Barrymore), The Holland Tunnel Hotel, Weekend Update with guests Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, with a Weekend Update Dramatic Play featuring Jimmy Fallon, Woo The Musical, The Sofabed, Spy Glass. Green Day performs "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and "Holiday".
|6.||Saturday Night Live
(1975 TV Series)
Episode: Hilary Swank/50 Cent (2005)
Sketches include: Michael Jackson on Neverland Ranch, Hilary Swank Monologue, Grayson-Moorhead Securities, Sheila Choad's Los Angeles Face, Grayson-Moorhead Securities II, Hot Plates, Debbie Downer at the Oscars, Weekend Update with Tom Jankeloff and Morgan Freeman, Seasons of Love, City Court with Aaron Neville, After the Grammys, Project Runway.
|7.||Dancing with the Stars
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: Michael Jackson Week (2012)
This week DWTS celebrates Michael Jackson's music on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his "Bad" album. In this semifinal round couples begin performing dances new to DWTS to the odd themes chosen last week. Then the couples dance to Michael Jackson favorites.
|8.||The Wedding Singer
It's 1985. Junk bonds, Michael Jackson, CD players, wealth. Robby Hart lives in his sister's basement and sings in the band at the reception hall. His dreams of being a singer/songwriter are long gone, replaced now by a burning desire to get married. The problem is that no one seems to want to marry him. His fiancee, Linda, doesn't show up on their wedding day, and his new friend, Julia, is engaged to a wealthy Wall Street broker. Where does Billy Idol fit into all this?
|9.||Scary Movie 3
Roving reporter Cindy Campbell sets out to find a hard news story in the middle of television sweeps. She soon uncovers an outrageous onslaught of globe-threatening developments including alien invaders, killer videotapes, freaky crop circles, prophecies of The One, eerie-eyed children, ambitious white rappers and even a run-in with Michael Jackson. Faced with conspiracies of massive proportions, and a crew of very strange people following her around, Cindy must fight to stop evil from taking over the world yet again.
It's 1984, and Michael Jackson is king-even in Waihau Bay, New Zealand. Here we meet Boy, an 11-year-old who lives on a farm with his gran, a goat, and his younger brother, Rocky (who thinks he has magic powers). Shortly after Gran leaves for a week, Boy's father, Alamein, appears out of the blue. Having imagined a heroic version of his father during his absence, Boy comes face to face with the real version-an incompetent hoodlum who has returned to find a bag of money he buried years before. This is where the goat enters.
|11.||Dream a Little Dream
The lives of a crusty old scientist and a bratty, teen Michael-Jackson-wannabe are about to intersect in a paranormal way. Coleman Ettinger seeks to break down the door of reality through studied dreaming; Bobby Keller wants Lainie Diamond, the girlfriend of his high school friend Joel, a handsome school jock. As Coleman persuades his wife Gena to join his experiments, an accident knocks their bodies out of existence, along with Bobby's consciousness. Coleman's consciousness winds up in Bobby's body while Gena's ends up buried and asleep inside Lainie's. Only when sleeping can Coleman contact Bobby and elicit his help in putting things back, except that Bobby smugly prefers limbo over his aggravated life as a modern teenager.
Will, Lisa, and two of their friends attempt to flee man-made and natural disasters and encounter Batman, Hancock, The Hulk, Indiana Jones, Hannah Montana, Michael Jackson, Beowulf, the Love Guru, Iron Man, rabid chipmunks amongst others in their seemingly vain efforts to seek help and shelter from unknown threats.
(2012 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #3.1 (2014)
With both Rob and Sean gone from her life Stella, her hair now dyed blonde, is concentrating on training to become a nurse. She has a new neighbour, lawyer Michael Jackson, a divorced man whose ex-wife has custody of their daughter, and their initial meeting is not of the sunniest. Aunty Brenda meanwhile is appalled when her wayward daughter Verv returns from her travels round the world though Verv's old flame Yanto - or Doggy Man as she calls him - is certainly pleased that she is back. Elsewhere Emma prepares for her interview at a high class hair salon and Alan is told to put Little Alan on a diet.
(1968 TV Series)
Episode: A Face in the Crowd/Three Generations of Punishment/Michael Jackson (2013)
"A Face in the Crowd" examines how the use of computer facial recognition technology is making it harder to stay anonymous. "Three Generations of Punishment" rebroadcasts a segment on a North Korean defector who grew upon in brutal political prison. "Michael Jackson" offers a rare look at the personal effects of the late rock star.
(1968 TV Series)
Episode: March of the Machines/The 9-11 Museum/Michael Jackson (2013)
"March of the Machines" rebroadcasts a segment about technological advancements at workplace. "The 9/11 Museum" rebroadcasts a look at the National September 11 Memorial Museum currently under construction at Ground Zero. "Michael Jackson" rebroadcasts a look at the personal effects of the late rock star.
(1968 TV Series)
Episode: Michael Jackson/Iraq After Saddam (2003)
"Michael Jackson" interviews the famous singer about the sexual molestation charges against him. "Iraq After Saddam" examines the difficulties facing efforts to reconstitute the police forces of Iraq. "Andy Rooney" talks about Christmas and the proliferation of holidays.
|17.||The Nostalgia Critic
(2007 TV Series)
Episode: Children of the Corn (2015)
All hail the King. No, not Elvis. Not Michael Jackson. Stephen King. It wouldn't be Nostalgiaween without him. The Critic looks at a 1984 film adaptation of one King's short stories that features a murderous religious cult made up of children who slaughtered all the adults in their hometown to appease their leader, and their lord, a mysterious monster who lurks in the cornfields. Ha, ha, that's our Stephen.
|18.||Not Going Out
(2006 TV Series)
Episode: Debbie (2011)
Nineteen-year old Debbie turns up at the flat and arranges to meet Lee,whom she believes to be her father following a one night stand with her late mother at a party twenty years earlier. This was the party where Lee first met Tim,who then looked like 'a cross between Gloria Hunniford and a white Michael Jackson' and he too could be the putative father. When DNA results seem to exclude either it is fortunate that Lucy remembers a traumatic experience she had as an eight year old - which solves the mystery.
(1981 TV Series)
Episode: Rock Video Violence (1983)
The episode explores the impact of MTV rock video violence on the youth of the early 1980s. Excerpts from the music videos of Michael Jackson, Duran Duran, KISS, Kansas, Billy Idol, Def Lepard, Pat Benatar and the Rolling Stones are shown. Dr. Thomas Radecki of the National Coalition on TV Violence is interviewed accusing the fledgling rock video business of excessive violence. Night Tracks producer Tom Lynch weighs in on the effects of the video violence controversy. Recording artists John Cougar Mellancamp, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS, along with directors Dominic Orlando and Julien Temple, provide a defense of their work. The episode's conclusion is that the controversy will continue to grow.
|20.||This Is It
In the weeks before his death, Michael Jackson (August 29, 1958 - June 25, 2009) was rehearsing a show, "This Is It," that was to open in July. This film begins with a few of the auditioning dancers speaking to the camera about why they're trying out and what Jackson means to them. Then we plunge into rehearsals at Staples Center in Los Angeles. The film is arranged by musical number with pre-recorded material and footage from Jackson's various rehearsals edited together to take us through what would have been the concert's set list.
In 2008 Michael Jackson announced a history-making epic comeback that wouldn't be topped for decades to come. Calling the shows "This Is It", he booked 50 back to back dates at London's O2 Arena that sold out in a matter of mere minutes. And he certainly wasn't about to disappoint - pulling in a budget for these shows that would rival most feature films and set about updating his classics from "Smooth Criminal", "The Man In The Mirror", "Human Nature", "Beat It", and of course "Thriller" for the modern era. This movie consists of the rehearsal footage of the full set - with a tight back up band and dancers, and some really amazing video sequences and pyrotechnics - that was to be performed at the O2. However - not even the week before his tragic death of an overdose on June 25th, 2009, the band, the crew, and Michael himself were a week away from going to London to pull off the epic comeback. Instead the footage that exists from the rehearsals is only a sad reminder of what could have been: This Is It.
|21.||You Can't Do That on Television
(1979 TV Series)
Episode: Ambition (????)
The cast reveals its ambitions: Christine wants to grow as an actress and practices thanking all the little people in her future academy award-winning acceptance speech. Ben yearns to be the next Michael Jackson and starts dancing about the set. Alasdair persuades Nasti to rehearse for his alternate dream job as a merchant banker; Nasti, in turn, gladly assists Alasdair's dream of basketball stardom. The firing squad amigos reveal their presidential goal, and Barth shares his dream of heading his own burger franchise. Ben and Lisa set the thermos bottle and Disneyland among Man's greatest achievements. Valeire shows pre-archaeologist Doug he needn't leave home to study ruins of the past, and Doug congratulates her on achieving all her life's goals. Alasdair reveals how he, at the arcade, made it into the world book of records, while Blip reveals his own arcade-related world goal. Lisa has a dream job in mind which, unfortunately, has already been filled, and Christine finally gets the chance to show the world she can act - and gets upstaged.
|22.||The Angry Video Game Nerd
(2004 TV Series)
Episode: Michael Jackson's Moonwalker (2009)
The Nerd reviews one of the first Genesis games he ever played which is Moonwalker. He expressed that at the time anything with Michael Jackson was worth buying and the idea of controlling a celebrity in a video game was relatively new back then. As he plays the game the one thing he finds annoying is fact you have to check every single door and window to find a lost kid to rescue while The Nerd couldn't understand why some copies of the game have the Thriller theme while others don't. Especially when the game has a zombie level which features the Thriller dance moves but not proper music to go with.
|23.||Michael Jackson: Thriller
Michael Jackson and his date are watching a movie. They leave, and take a shortcut through the graveyard on the way home. Michael turns into a werepanther-type creature, and then later a zombie, as he gets down and funky in a tremendous dance scene to the tune of his song "Thriller."
|24.||Strictly Come Dancing
(2004 TV Series)
Episode: Week Eight: The Results (2012)
There is a Michael Jackson themed pro dance, plus music from special guests qv##nm3068976##. When judges scores and viewer votes are added together Michael and Natalie, and Victoria and Brendan find themselves in the bottom two and have to perform again in the dreaded dance off.
A film based on an incredible true story. Desert Dancer is a classic hero story about brave young people risking their lives to rebel against their government and fight for their dreams. Set in Iran, where it is currently forbidden to dance, the story follows Afshin Ghaffarian and his friends who despite the dangers form an underground dance company where, via hacking into YouTube, they learn from the very best - Michael Jackson, Pina Bausch, Gene Kelly and Rudolf Nureyev. Reveling in the freedom of expression that dance gives them, they set upon putting on a performance deep in the desert, away from the watchful eyes of the military police.
(2014 TV Series)
Episode: Sunjai in Stilettos (2014)
The Dancing Dolls head back to Memphis to compete against two fierce rivals, the Prancing Tigerettes and the Divas of Olive Branch. Meanwhile, Sunjai earns a spot front and center in the team's Michael Jackson-inspired performance and Kayla finally asks her father to attend one of her performances.
|27.||The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: Day of the Orphan/King Mario of Cramalot (1989)
A girl called Patty arrives at Mario and Luigi's claiming to be an orphan without a family or a place to go, so the plumbers invite her in for a stay. Mario becomes the King of Cramalot in order to drive out Koopa's forces. Episode is based on The Sword in the Stone. Featured song: Bad (Michael Jackson) The Super Mario brothers are spoiling Patty, when her parents show up, ashamed that she's been taking the plumbers for granted, but they enjoy a family reunion.
(2003 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #8.5 (2007)
Megan Good helps a senior cross the street, only to see her own car stolen and be scolded for bullying, false accusations and lying to the police. Jewel ignores a restaurant's builders crew's orange 'no parking' cone, supposedly causing an accident. Her friend, professional bull rider Ty Murray, is in cahoots. A fake Michael Jackson receives a young artist for potential collaboration. Luiz play a die-hard fan who initiates him in the king of pop's ludicrous 'audience protocol', and hands him chocolates which turns out to be a 'nut-poisoned' gift.
(1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 26 June 2009 (2009)
An Appreciation Of Michael Jackson With Kelefa Sanneh Of "The New Yorker" And Producers Quincy Jones & L.A. Reid || A Conversation With Roger Cohen Of "The New York Times" And "International Herald Tribune" About Iran || A Conversation About The Film "The Hurt Locker" With Director Kathryn Bigelow
|30.||Soundbreaking: Stories from the Cutting Edge of Recorded Music
(2016 TV Series)
Episode: Sound & Vision (2016)
The penultimate episode in our series proceeds from the once-preposterous notion that music is a visual art form. Chronicling the era in which MTV forged an indelible and inextricable link between recorded music and the newly emergent music video, Sound and Vision considers what it means to see music as well as hear it. Offering unprecedented exposure to artists with a knack for the form-- Michael Jackson, Madonna, Billy Idol, the Eurythmics--MTV turned singles into smash hits and musical performers into international celebrities. It also created new expectations of musical entertainment and imposed new burdens on recording artists. Tracking the music video from MTV to the internet, Episode Seven tells the story of how a one-time marketing tool became a powerful mediator between artist and audience, and illuminates the music video's role in the popular music of today.
|31.||True Crime with Aphrodite Jones
(2010 TV Series)
Episode: Michael Jackson (2010)
He was one of the world's greatest entertainers. But for the past twenty years Michael Jackson was haunted by allegations of child abuse. Crime writer Aphrodite Jones sets out to prove those charges were as responsible for his early death as drugs.
(1997 Short Film)
The story tells of a small town that is very much bothered by a very strange and weird man living in a visually haunted house. One day the mayor decides to go with a couple of people from his town to the weird man who's living up the hill, and tell him to leave. When they reach the mayor starts convincing him to leave his town, but the people with the mayor started liking Michael Jackson, and he started singing to them and scaring the mayor. Until in the end the mayor gets too scared and runs away, and the people come to know that Michael isn't too bad after all.
|33.||Siskel & Ebert
(1986 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 30 January 2010 (2010)
Michael Phillips and A.O. Scott review "Edge of Darkness", "When in Rome", "Saint John of Las Vegas", "Legion", "Tooth Fairy" and "44 Inch Chest". Their DVD picks for the week are "Michael Jackson's This is It", "Zombieland", and "Whip It". They also warn viewers to avoid the DVD releases of "Love Happens", "Amelia", and "The Time Travel's Wife" at all costs.
|34.||Ripley's Believe It or Not!
(1999 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #4.15 (2003)
A mountain boarder attempts a 360 over a pit of alligators; A 15-year-old attempts to sail the Atlantic Ocean alone; Eight-year-old children in Rajastan, Indian, are married; A woman attempts to blow the world's largest bubble gum bubble with her nose; A man has undergone nine surgeries to look like Michael Jackson; A golden retriever that can hold five tennis balls in his mouth; 1967: World's fastest helicopter; Hot dog eating contest; Fossilized whale eardrum.
|35.||Beverly Hills Pawn
(2013 TV Series)
Episode: Models, Money and Michael Jackson (2013)
Glamour, glitz and some mind-blowing surprises from the world of rock and roll. Cory is wowed by a precious relic from the psychedelic sixties, in the shape of a vintage organ once played by Jim Morrison and The Doors. Aria deals with a leggy blonde model who's selling a pair of beautiful earrings to raise a few bucks for new head shots. But then Yossi starts flirting and ends up making the model's day, and making her a fortune. The next customer arrives with an inflated view of what her treasure is worth, but it is a truly one of a kind item, a painting by the late and legendary Michael Jackson which she hopes has a six figure price tag! Cory accompanies Yossi on a trip to the ritzy hillside home of a glamorous client who's selling a Golden Globe from the movie Rocky. Cory's worried her boss would rather be getting a workout with the super hot client. Back at the store, there's more temptation for the boss when a burlesque performer with a BIG budget drops by looking for the perfect pair of earrings.
|36.||Beverly Hills Pawn
(2013 TV Series)
Episode: Forest and Flash (2014)
In this episode of Beverly Hills Pawn, Yossi and Dominique are presented with an on-stage jacket worn by the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Next, the 1980's Gordon Flash storyboards are brought to Aria, but require an expert's help on deciding its authenticity. Later, Yossi and Cory take a trip to Gretchen Bonaduce's house to take a look at her booty, but during the visit something else entirely catches Yossi eye. At the store, with a little push from Aria and Cory a happy costumer exchanges Cartier watches. Finally, Yossi's good family friend returns to recover a very sentimental pair of earrings she had previously pawned.
|37.||Beverly Hills Pawn
(2013 TV Series)
Episode: McQueen & Masquerades (2014)
In this episode of Beverly Hills Pawn, a lady and her bodyguard pooch come in excited to sell a piece of Michael Jackson's wardrobe. Later, actor Patrick Muldoon brings in a truck previously owned by Steven McQueen. Next, Yossi and Dominique take a trip to Tarlton Morton's house to look at a gorgeous piece that belonged to Elizabeth Taylor. Back at the store, Cory and Aria are presented with a jacket worn by legend Barbra Streisand in the movie Yentl. Then, actor Jamie Walters accompanied by his daughter as back up brings in his own Les Paul guitar that once had brought him around the world. Finally, a huge fan of pop-star Britney Spears offers Yossi and Aria an original Britney outfit worn in her teen years.
|38.||Beverly Hills Pawn
(2013 TV Series)
Episode: Pale Man & Piaget (2014)
On this episode of Beverly Hills Pawn, a man comes in with an iconic Michael Jackson piece that leads Yossi to do something out of character. Next, one of the Dina Collection's loyal clients brings in a one-of-a-kind spooky prop from the movie Pan's Labyrinth. Later, Yossi and Dominique make a house trip to the massive home of Yossi's good friend, who collects fine watches, to show him a beautiful watch set that's perfect for him and his wife. Finally, Yossi brings in actor Doug Jones to show him his new purchase that-almost literally, deserves to belong to him.
|39.||Beverly Hills Pawn
(2013 TV Series)
Episode: Hitchcock and the Moonwalk (2013)
At Beverly Hills Pawn, it's a day full of surprises, and treasures from Hollywood legends. A walk-in customer hopes to unload a pair of sunglasses that once graced the face of the late Michael Jackson. Yossi and Aria head out to an actor's swanky house to bid on an exquisite family heirloom heavy with diamonds - and end up haggling over a scary-looking primate costume from Planet of the Apes. Later, Yossi invites a top memorabilia collector to shell out big bucks for an even more disturbing memento from a vintage Hitchcock classic - an extremely realistic shrunken head. A local DJ drops in looking for a special something to decorate his studio. He tries to justify handing over big bucks for MJ's sunglasses, and tries even harder to teach Cory Michael's famous moonwalk moves, with limited success!
(1971 TV Series)
Episode: Jermaine Stewart/Pebbles/Busboys (1988)
1st song danced to was Lovin' On Next To Nothin' by Gladys Knight & The Pips 2nd song danced to was Love Struck BY Jesse Johnson 1st performance was a lip-sync of Say It Again by Jermaine Stewart [ former dancer on Soul Train ] 3rd song danced to was Da Butt by E.U. and the Scrabble Board answer was Andre Dawson 2nd performance was a lip-sync of Never Giving Up by Busboys [ lead by another former Soul Train dancer, Brian O'Neal ] 3rd performance was a lip-sync of Mercedes Boy by Pebbles 4th song danced to was Get It by Stevie Wonder & Michael Jackson 4th performance was a lip-sync of Don't Talk Dirty To Me by Jermaine Stewart Line Dance was to Smooth Criminal by Michael Jackson Last performance was a lip-sync of Do Me Right by Pebbles
(1971 TV Series)
Episode: Kool Moe Dee/Vanity/Angela Winbush & Ronald Isley (1988)
1st song = "Thinking Of You" by "Earth, Wind & Fire" [ #3 R&B ]. 2nd song = "The Way You Make Me Feel" by "Michael Jackson" [ #1 R&B & Pop ]. 1st lip-sync = "How Ya Like Me Now" by "Kool Moe Dee" [ #22 R&B ]. 3rd song = "I Want Her" by "Keith Sweat" [ #1 R&B ]. 2nd lip-sync = "Hello Beloved" by "Angela Winbush & Ronald Isley" [ #26 R&B ]. 4th song = "Pump Up The Volume" by "M/A/R/R/S" [ #8 R&B ]. 3rd lip-sync = "Faraway Eyes" by "Vanity" [ LP Cut ]. 5th song = "Dark & Lovely" by "Stevie Wonder" [ LP Cut ]. 4th lip-sync = "Wild Wild West" by "Kool Moe Dee" [ #4 R&B ]. Line Dance = "Rocket 2 U" by "The Jets" [ #5 R&B ]. 5th lip-sync = "Undress" by "Vanity" [ LP Cut ].
(1971 TV Series)
Episode: Freddie Jackson/Lace/Whodini (1987)
1st song = System Of Survival by Earth, Wind & Fire [ #1 R&B ]. 2nd song = Bad by Michael Jackson [ #1 R&B ]. 1st lipsync performance = Be Yourself by Whodini [ #20 R&B ]. 3rd song = Skeletons by Stevie Wonder [ #1 R&B ] / Scramble Board answer = Marla Gibbs. 2nd lipsync performance = My Love Is Deep by Lace [ #10 R&B ]. 4th song = Don't You Want Me by Jody Watley [ #3 R&B ]. 3rd lipsync performance = Look Around by Freddie Jackson [ #69 R&B ]. 5th song = Sho You Right by Barry White [ #17 R&B ]. 4th lipsync performance = Life Is A Dance by Whodini [ LP cut ]. Line Dance = So Emotional by Whitney Houston [ #5 R&B ]. 5th lipsync performance = Jam Tonight by Freddie Jackson [ #1 R&B ].
(1971 TV Series)
Episode: Angela Bofill/Con Funk Shun (1983)
1st song = "Little Red Corvette" by Prince [ #6 Pop / #15 R&B / #61 Disco ]. 2nd song = "Joy" by Marvin Gaye [ #78 R&B ]. 1st lip-sync = "Love's Train" by Con Funk Shun [ LP cut ]. 3rd song = "Atomic Dog" by George Clinton [ #1 R&B / #38 Disco / #101 Pop ]. History Book clip = "Rise" by Herb Alpert [ #1 Pop / #4 R&B / #17 Disco - see goofs ]. 4th song was an unidentified snippet. Posssibly "I'm Freaky" by O'Bryan. 2nd lip-sync = "Too Tough" by Angela Bofill [ #2 Disco / #5 R&B ]. 5th song = "Boogie Down" by Al Jarreau [ #9 R&B / #77 Pop ]. 3rd lip-sync = "You Are The One" by Con Funk Shun [ #47 R&B ]. Line dance to "P.Y.T." by Michael Jackson [ #1 Disco / #10 Pop / #46 R&B - see goofs ]. 4th lip-sync = "Tonight I Give In" by Angela Bofill [ #12 R&B ].
(1971 TV Series)
Episode: Chic/High Inergy/Dick Gregory (1980)
1st dance to "And The Beat Goes On" by The Whispers [ #1 R&B and Disco / #19 Pop ]. 2nd dance to "The Second Time Around" by Shalamar [ #1 R&B and Disco / #8 Pop ]. 3rd dance to "Move Your Boogie Body" by Bar-Kays [ #3 R&B / #57 Pop / #90 Disco ]. 1st lip-sync = "Skate To The Rhythm" by High Inergy [ "Frenzy" LP cut - Did Not Chart ]. Comedy and Interview Segment with Dick Gregory. 4th dance to an unidentified song. 2nd lip-sync = "My Feet Keep Dancing" by Chic [ #3 Disco / #42 R&B / #101 Pop ]. 5th dance to "Sexy Dancer" by Prince [ #2 Disco ]. 3rd lip-sync = "I Love Making Love" by High Inergy [ b-side of "Make Me Yours" single #68 R&B ]. Line Dance to "Working Day & Night" by Michael Jackson [ b-side of "Rock With You" single #1 R&B/Pop ]. 4th lip-sync = "Good Times" by Chic [ #1 R&B and Pop / #3 Disco ].
|45.||Spicks and Specks
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #2.5 (2006)
The teams were Alan Brough, Christine Anu and Adam Richard, and Myf Warhurst, Billy Field and Denise Scott. The games played were Know Your Product (on Jazz Composers and Michael Jackson), Look What They've Done... (the songs were played backwards), Something's Missing, Substitute (the singers were Christine and Billy), and The Final Countdown. The show concluded with the theme song 'Spicks and Specks' played backwards.
(2008 TV Series)
Episode: Good Deeds Punished (2011)
In July of 2005, elderly couple Carol and Reggie Sumner go missing from their Jacksonville, FL home. A few days later, their abandoned car turns up about an hour away from home. Then someone starts withdrawing cash from their bank accounts at ATM's in Charleston, SC, where they used to live. Investigators follow the paper trail right to Michael Jackson and Tiffany Cole. The young couple has a connection to the Sumner's. Tiffany Cole used to be their neighbor. Jackson and Cole, along with friends Alan Wade and Bruce Nixon, have committed an unspeakable crime.
(2009 TV Series)
Episode: Chorophobia (Fear of Dancing) (2009)
Figaro switches on an old gramophone only to discover his horror of 1920's dance tutorial polka. Figaro proceeds to emulate the dance moves of 20th century dance heroes Michael Jackson and John Travolta, only to discover that he has been observed by a very appreciative grandma Dorothy from next door.
|48.||The IMDb Studio
(2015 TV Series)
Episode: Spike Lee on Academy Changing Its Rules to Include More Diversity (2016)
Spike Lee, who is debuting his new film 'Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to Off the Wall' at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, spoke with IMDb about the January 22 announcement that the Academy will be changing its rules to include more diversity in its voting process. Watch the video above to hear why Spike isn't changing his stance on boycotting the Oscars but why he commends the recent decision.
|49.||The IMDb Studio
(2015 TV Series)
Episode: Spike Lee on 'Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to Off the Wall' (2016)
Director Spike Lee talks to IMDb about his latest documentary "Michael Jackson's Journey From Motown to Off the Wall.' Plus, find out how he feels about Michael Jackson's collaboration with Quincy Jones in 'The Wiz' and why working with Amazon Studios on his film 'Chi-Raq' has been an amazing experience.
(2010 TV Series)
Episode: Marion and the Myocardial Infarction (2011)
Nelson meets Robert,a chimp who once earned a living as a Bubbles impersonator but,after Michael Jackson's demise and the popularity of bland music is unemployed. Nelson gets him an audition with Scott Mills but has reckoned without Robert's unfortunate habit of playing with himself when stressed. Destiny befriends a camp,wise-cracking chihuahua whom she persuades to become gay whilst Marion gets himself lots of owners but has a narrow escape from one who is a taxidermist and Kali joins a group of other pigeons,all of whom want sex with her before she can quit the group.