Good Times

Weeknights at 6p ET | 3p PT

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

May 24th 6:30p ET

Love Has A Spot On Its Lung (Part 2)

After Carl calls off his relationship with Florida, a furious J.J. confronts Carl, who makes up an excuse that a war injury in the groin is the reason why he's breaking up with Florida. Later, a drunken J.J. stays out all night with a drunken Carl, worrying Florida to death. Later, Carl reveals the truth to Florida and he proposes marriage and she readily accepts. Meanwhile, Bookman tries his best to get the Evans apartment re-painted, with the not-so helpful assistance of two lazy painters.

May 27th 6:00p ET

Evans Get Involved, The (Part 1)

When a young girl, Penny Gordon follows J.J. home, she quickly insinuates herself into the Evans household and makes up stories about her life, including forgetting to mention she has an abusive mother. Meanwhile, the Evans family is getting ready for an upcoming carnival and Willona finds an old dress that would be perfect for Penny. When Penny begins to change into the dress, a stunned Willona and Thelma discover Penny's badly bruised back.

May 27th 6:30p ET

Evans Get Involved, The (Part 2)

Willona and the Evans children are convinced that Penny is being abused but are unsure of what to do next. Meanwhile, everyone prepares for the carnival and they get decked out in costumes. On the way to the carnival, Willona and the kids discover Penny, with a possible broken arm, caused by her abusive mother. When Willona takes Penny to see a doctor about a broken arm, he refuses to believe she's being abused.

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