Good Times

Season 2 Episode 6

Thelma's Young Man

Aired Unknown Oct 15, 1974 on CBS
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Thelma's Young Man

Thelma's been seeing the same man for two months and hasn't introduced him to the family yet. However, when she comes home with an engagement ring, Florida and James demand that they meet him and they are in for a surprise when they finally do.

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Ja'net DuBois

Ja'net DuBois

Willona Woods

Esther Rolle

Esther Rolle

Florida Evans (1974-1977), (1978-1979)

John Amos

John Amos

James Evans (1974-1976)

Jimmie Walker

Jimmie Walker

James "J.J." Evans, Jr.

Ralph Carter

Ralph Carter

Michael Evans

Bern Nadette Stanis

Bern Nadette Stanis

Thelma Evans Anderson

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • James: You ain't a halfway bad dude...
      Donald: Hey. (clinks glasses with James)
      James: For somebody else's daughter.
      Donald: You sure know how to flatter a man.

    • Willona: Michael, why don't you come over to my house and look at television for a while, honey?
      Michael: Oh, why?
      James: 'Cause this discussion ain't for no little boys.
      Michael: I ain't no little boy, Daddy. I'm 12 years old!
      James : You want to make thirteen?
      Michael: Come on, Willona.

    • JJ: (talking about Thelma) Donald is recruiting her into the Communist Party!
      James: Number One Son, not too bright.

    • James: Florida, you have to have a talk with your daughter.
      Florida: My daughter?
      JJ: Yeah, Dad tried having a talk with his daughter, but it didn't work out at all.

    • JJ: Well, Thelma, bad news. You put up a good fight, but your chicken done died.
      Thelma: What happened?
      JJ: It looks like your Shake 'n Bake done shook and burn.

  • NOTES (3)


    • James: Number One Son, not too bright.
      This is a take-off on the popular Charlie Chan movies of the 30's & 40's. The lead character, Charlie Chan refered to his boy as Number One Son.