Willona becomes the head buyer of the boutique, she walks in and announces that she and Penny are also moving out of the projects. Willona then reveals that her new apartment is in the same apartment building to which Keith, Thelma and Florida are also moving; once again, she and Penny become the Evans' downstairs neighbors. Cable network TV One aired reruns of the show since its launch on January 19, Minisodes of the show are available for free on Crackle.
Additionally, digital multicast network Antenna TV also aired episodes of the show until January 1,when GetTVoperated by Sony which distributes the showbegan airing the program. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment released the entire series on DVD in Region 1 between February and Augustwith a complete box set following the separate seasons on October 28, On August 27,it was announced that Mill Creek Entertainment had acquired the rights to various television series from the Sony Pictures library including Good Times, Good Times.
The program premiered in February ; high ratings led CBS to renew the program for the —75 seasonas it was the seventeenth-highest-rated program that year. The Nielsen ratings for the series declined over time, partly because of its many time slot changes and the departure of John Amos. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Download as PDF Printable version. Patrick Macneethe British actor who played bowler-hatted secret agent John Steed on the s spy series "The Avengers," died on June Dick Van Pattenthe seemingly ubiquitous actor perhaps best known for his starring role as the father on the s series "Eight Is Enough," died on June Academy Award-winning composer James Hornerperhaps best known for scoring "Titanic," died June 22 after the small plane he was piloting crashed in central California. Dusty Rhodes -- the rotund, easy-bleeding, easy-talking professional wrestler who billed himself as "The American Dream" -- died June 11, the WWE said on its website.
Ornette Colemanthe adventurous and influential saxophonist whose experimental sounds helped create what he called "free jazz," died on June Indie rapper Pumpkinhead died June 9, according to friends. The cause of death was not made public. Christopher Leethe British actor who mastered horror and Dracula roles before his turns as a Bond villain and the wizard Saruman in the "Lord Good Times the Rings" trilogy, died June 7, a London borough spokesman said.
Vincent Bugliosithe Los Angeles prosecutor who became a best-selling author with "Helter Skelter" -- his true-crime account of the Manson family killings -- died June 6, his wife said.
Singer Ronnie Gilberta member of the influential s folk group the Weavers, died June 6. Actress Betsy Palmer died May 29 of natural causes at a hospice care center near her home in Danbury, Connecticut, according to her manager Brad Lemack. Comedian and actor Reynaldo Rey died on May 28 of complications from a stroke, according to his manager. Mary Ellen Markone of the premier documentary photographers of her generation, died May Mark's photography spanned decades, and her subjects included celebrities, world leaders and people on the fringe of society.
John Forbes Nash Jr. The body of extreme-sports legend Dean Potter was found in Yosemite National Park during a helicopter search May 17, park spokesman Scott Gediman said. Potter was 43, and Hunt was Blues legend B. Kingwho helped bring blues from the margins to the mainstream, died May 14 in Las Vegas, according to his daughter Patty King. Two weeks earlier, it was announced that King was in home hospice care after suffering from dehydration.
Elizabeth Wilsona longtime character actress who played Dustin Hoffman's mother, Mrs. Braddock, in "The Graduate," died May 9. Brown was The Texas Democrat's congressional career spanned more than three decades. Ellen Albertini Dowperhaps best known as the rapping granny in the movie "The Wedding Singer," died May 5 at the age of She also appeared in "Wedding Crashers" and dozens of TV shows.
Russian ballerina Maya Plisetskayawho was considered one of the greatest ballerinas of the 20th century, died on May 2.
Singer Ben E. Kingwhose classic hit "Stand by Me" became an enduring testament of love and devotion for generations of listeners, died on April Jack Elyco-founder of the early '60s band The Kingsmen and best known for his rendition of the party classic "Louie, Louie," died April 28 after a long battle with an illness. Andrew Lesniethe Oscar-winning cinematographer who spent more than a decade collaborating with Peter Jackson on the "Lord of the Rings" and "Hobbit" films, died April Sawyer Sweetenleft, Good Times up before millions as a child star on the family sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond.
Sawyer was a year and a half old when he started on "Raymond," playing alongside his real-life twin brother, Sullivan, at right. He is believed to have drowned at a beach in Montego Bay, the Jamaica Constabulatory Force said in a press release.
Crombie died from complications of a brain hemorrhage, "Anne of Green Gables" producer Kevin Sullivan said. Nobel literature laureate Gunter Grassbest known for his novel "The Tin Drum," has died, his publisher said April Law," has died at the age of 86, it was reported on April 9. Stan Frebergacclaimed satirist, died of natural causes at a Santa Monica, California, hospital, his son and daughter confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter on April 7.
James Bestthe actor best known for his portrayal of bumbling Sheriff Rosco P. Robert Lewis Burns Jr. The Rev.
Robert H. Schullertelevangelist and founder of the Crystal Cathedral church in California, died on April 2, according to his family. Good Times was 88 years old. Cynthia Lennonthe first wife of John Lennon, died April 1, according to a post on the website of her son, Julian. Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew died on March 23, according to a statement released by the Prime Minister's office.
Lee, credited for transforming the colonial trading post into a prosperous financial center, was admitted to a hospital in February with severe pneumonia. Peroa longtime drummer for the metal band Twisted Sister, died on March 20, according to the band's Facebook page and Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider.
Pero was For more than two decades, bassist Mike Porcaro was a rock star with the band Toto, playing venues around the world.
Best-selling British fantasy author Terry Pratchett died at the age of 66, his website said March Pratchett wrote more than 70 books, including those in his "Discworld" series. He had been diagnosed with a rare form of Alzheimer's disease in Glatzer was Windell D. His family also posted a statement on his Facebook page confirming the year-old's death.
No cause of death was provided. Sam Simonthe nine-time Emmy Award-winning writer and producer who helped develop "The Simpsons," made millions after leaving the show in and then donated his riches to charity, has died, his foundation announced on Facebook on March 9. Albert Maysleswho collaborated with his late brother David in a documentary film career that included the troubling concert documentary "Gimme Shelter," died March 5. Character actor Daniel von Bargenseen here in the film "Lord of Illusions," was better-known for playing George Costanza's inept boss Mr.
Kruger on "Seinfeld" and a hard-nosed military commander on "Malcolm in the Middle. Leonard Nimoywhose portrayal of "Star Trek's" logic-driven, half-human science officer Spock made him an iconic figure to generations, died on February Actor Ben Woolf died February 23 at the age of The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed that he had been hit by a car's side mirror several days earlier in Hollywood.
Mexican telenovela actress Lorena Rojas died February 17 at her Miami home. The year-old had been battling cancer since Lesley Gorewhose No. According to People magazinethe cause of death was cancer. Former U. Voice-over performer Gary Owens died Friday, February 13, at the age of Owens, a former radio disc jockey, was known as the voice of Space Ghost, Batman and many other characters. He gained nationwide fame in the late s as the straight-laced announcer on TV's frenetic "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In.
New York Times media columnist David Carr died suddenly after collapsing in the newspaper's newsroom on Thursday, February Jerry Tarkaniana legendary basketball coach who won the national championship at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, died Wednesday, February Basketball coach Dean Smith, who led the University of North Carolina from to and won two national championships over his illustrious career, died February 7 at the age of 83, according to the university's official athletics website.
Billy Caspera pioneer of professional golf whose career spanned more than four decades, died at the age of 83, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported on February 7. His resume included three major titles and 51 PGA Tour wins. Sifford was Ernie Banksa Hall of Fame baseball player nicknamed "Mr.
Cub," died January 23 in Chicago, family attorney Mark Bogen said. Banks was It wasn't immediately clear how he had died. The death of punk music producer Kim Fowley was announced on January But he will be likely be remembered most for helping form the Runaways. Anita Ekbergthe actress and international sex symbol best known for her role in "La Dolce Vita," died in Italy on January Actor and comedian Taylor Negron died after a long battle with cancer, according to his family on January Andrae Croucha seven-time Grammy winner and gospel music legend, died January 8 at a Los Angeles-area hospital, his publicist said.
Edward Brookethe first African-American to be popularly elected to the U. Brooke was Country music star Little Jimmy Dickensa fixture at the Grand Ole Opry for decades, died January 2 after having a stroke on Christmas, according to the Opry's website.
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