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How long have James and Florida Evans been married when “Good Times” begins?
Which of the following is *not* a girl J.J. dates (or claims to date)?
The same actor plays Thelma’s boyfriend and her uncle! Who is it?
Debbie Allen made her TV debut as which of J.J.’s girlfriends?
Which of the following men did Thelma *not* consider marrying?
The actress who plays Michael’s girlfriend Yvonne is the daughter of which “Good Times” actor? (Hint: he also appeared on "Sanford and Son.")
Moses Gunn plays Florida’s second husband Carl. He and John Amos (James Evans) both appeared in…
Adam Wade, who plays Willona’s boyfriend Frank, was the first Black host of a network TV game show. What was it called?
Mr. Bookman the building superintendent is married. What’s his wife’s name?
Ben Powers, who played Thelma’s husband Keith in the final season, was also a…
When "Good Times" began in February of 1974, James and Florida had been married for 18 years.
Miss Savannah Jones is gangster Sweet Daddy Williams’ main lady, so J.J. would not date her (but he does paint her picture).
Louis Gossett Jr. plays Thelma’s 42-year-old boyfriend Donald in Oct of 1974, then Florida’s brother Wilbur a year later! Then he’s never seen again!
Debbie Allen’s character Diana is addicted to heroin in the powerful, two-part episode “J.J.'s Fiancée,” originally broadcast Jan 6 and Jan 13, 1976.
Thelma was engaged (either formally or informally) to Donald, Larry and Ibe. Gang member “Mad Dog” Edwards pursued her, but she wasn’t interested.
Ta-Ronce Allen plays Yvonne. She’s the daughter of Raymond Allen, who played Ned the Wino on “Good Times” and Uncle Woodrow on “Sanford and Son.”
Both men were Emmy nominees for “Roots,” originally broadcast in Jan, 1977. Gunn played Kintango and Amos played Kunta Kinte in his later years.
Wade hosted “Musical Chairs” on CBS in 1975. He also had three hit songs in the 1960s and was often called upon to sing on the game show!
Singer and award-winning stage actress Marilyn Coleman plays Mrs. Violet Bookman. She’s mentioned often, but only seen in two episodes!
Ben Powers was a comedian and impressionist who had appeared on shows like LAUGH-IN. “He treated me like a queen,” Bern Nadette Stanis told getTV.
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