Good Times

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Another hit sitcom from Norman Lear, Good Times is a spin-off of Maude, which was itself a spin-off of All in the Family, making Good Times the first spin-off of a spin-off. The series follows the Evans family and their three children as they live, work, and get by in a public housing project in inner-city Chicago.

Next Airings

Jun 21st 6:30p ET

Florida's Favorite Passenger (Part 2)

After a near fatal accident, Larry's mother finally realizes that Larry has a hearing problem. Unable to take him to the doctor because she has to work, Mrs. Baker allows Florida to take him to the doctor, which is where Larry makes the announcement that he plans on running away from home.

Jun 24th 6:00p ET

Where Have All The Doctors Gone?

When Willona goes out of town, she leaves Penny in Florida's care. Shortly after, Penny comes down with a virus and Florida takes her down to the free clinic to be examined. Florida quickly comes face to face with the hardnosed doctor who's out of touch with the people in the ghetto and who's also planning to leave, right in the middle of what seems to be an epidemic.

Jun 24th 6:30p ET

J.J. And T.C.

A tomboy who's been helping out Bookman, wants J.J. to ask her to a dance. However, J.J. thinks of her as just one of the guys, that is until he has an encounter with her at a seedy pick-up bar.

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