Good Times

Season 3 Episode 10

Willona's Dilemma

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Aired Unknown Nov 11, 1975 on CBS
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Willona's Dilemma
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When J.J. brings home Walter, a man from his art class, he hits it off with Willona. Despite the fact that he's deaf, he and Willona begin a relationship one that Willona thinks is headed for the alter and she is unsure of how to tell him that she's not interested in marrying him without making him think that him being deaf is the reason.moreless

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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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      • Michael: How do you wake yourself up in the morning? You can't hear an alarm clock.
        Florida: Michael!
        Walter: It's okay, I'm not embarrassed. Some deaf people put a bright light over their head and hook it up to the alarm clock so when the alarm goes off, the light shines in their faces. I use a different method that shakes the bed, but I had to get used to that one. The first time it happened I ran out in the streets yelling "Earthquake! Earthquake!" and I wasn't wearing any pajamas.

      • (On their way to dinner)
        Willona: Well, I was saying, before you pick out a restaurant, there something you ought to know about me: I CAN'T eat seafood.
        Walter: Well, as long as we're being honest, there's something you should know about me, too.
        Willona: What?
        Walter: I can't hear a thing, I'm totally deaf.
        Willona: Ain't that a blip?

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