George Osmond Collapses Like Marie, but Dies. Nobody Notices Until Hours Later


With the prospect of this hanging over his head, is it any wonder that Papa Osmond decided to do a permanent swan dive similar to Marie?

A bizzare case of death imitating art?

The entire surviving Osmond family of more than 100 had been scheduled to attend a special taping of The Oprah Winfrey Show on Friday. However, the death of the family’s patriarch could now scuttle the filming.”

I bet he was a real nice guy and he seems to have done a good job raising a family. If I knew him I wouldn’t be poking fun. But I don’t, so I did.

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George Osmond Collapses Like Marie, but Dies. Nobody Notices Until Hours Later — 8 Comments

  1. This here is a test comment from Sixty’s personal backyard WordPress mechanic (he has me on retainer). I’m currently working on why there ain’t no email bein’ sent out.

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  2. You jerks… this is not funny about George Osmond. He worked hard, led a decent life, and raised a family who have all succeeded in music or business. Have some respect!

  3. Ohhhh, I knew nothing of this! Poor guy, Mormon with all those kids. At least he’s got lots of people to mourn him. When I was eleven, I wanted to marry Donny Osmond.

    Our local news is right now taken up with Orange County Sheriff Michael Carona, who is embroiled in a nasty scandal.

  4. Turning snarky for a moment — Michele is probably just pissed off because she is a Mormon herself and was forced to marry Warren Jeffs when she was thirteen.

    I’m kidding of course, but like my mum used to say: If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything. (Too bad I just broke my own rule.)

    I once got a very nasty comment from a Scientologist when I mentioned Suri Cruise.

  5. @Gretchen: George O. dying didn’t make Nancy Grace or anything. He just croaked. No young babe around (that wasn’t related.)
    My mom used to say “it’s better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.” Neither apply in this case.