Good Times

Season 5 Episode 14

Willona's Mr. Right

0
Aired Unknown Jan 11, 1978 on CBS
8.0
out of 10
User Rating
13 votes
0

EPISODE REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

EDIT
Willona's Mr. Right
AIRED:
Willona's old boyfriend arrives back in town and asks Willona her hand in marriage. However, Willona turns him down since his job would have her and Penny constantly moving. Meanwhile, Penny, feeling like she's holding Willona back, decides to run away.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Thursday
No results found.
Friday
11:00am
TVONE
11:30am
TVONE
12:00pm
TVONE
12:30pm
TVONE
1:00pm
TVONE
1:30pm
TVONE
2:30pm
TVONE
3:00pm
TVONE
3:30pm
TVONE
4:00pm
TVONE
8:00pm
TVONE
8:30pm
TVONE
11:00pm
TVONE
11:30pm
TVONE
Saturday
9:00am
TVONE
9:30am
TVONE
10:00am
TVONE
10:30am
TVONE
11:00am
TVONE
11:30am
TVONE
12:00pm
TVONE
12:30pm
TVONE
1:00pm
TVONE
1:30pm
TVONE
2:00pm
TVONE
3:00pm
TVONE
3:30pm
TVONE
SUBMIT REVIEW
    Ja'net DuBois

    Ja'net DuBois

    Willona Woods

    Jimmie Walker

    Jimmie Walker

    James "J.J." Evans, Jr.

    Ralph Carter

    Ralph Carter

    Michael Evans

    Johnny Brown

    Johnny Brown

    Nathan Bookman (1977-1979)

    Janet Jackson

    Janet Jackson

    Penny Woods (1977-1979)

    Bern Nadette Stanis

    Bern Nadette Stanis

    Thelma Evans Anderson

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

    FILTER BY TYPE

    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (Willona turns Frank's proposal down and gives back the ring)
        Frank: I'm going to be in this town for seven more days, and I'm going to try my damnedest to make you change your mind.
        Willona: I don't think you can, but I'm going to enjoy every minute of you tryin'.
        Frank: Well, right on to the tryin'.

      • Penny: Do they really eat blubber?
        Frank: Blubber? Blubber is very big in Alaska.
        (Bookman walks in from the bathroom)
        Willona: It's very big here, too.

    • NOTES (2)

      • This episode was videotaped on November 10, 1977.

      • A few years earlier, Adam Wade became the first African-American male to host a daytime quiz show when he hosted the show Musical Chairs. Incidentally, Ralph Carter made several appearances on that show which was a variation on Name That Tune.

    • ALLUSIONS (0)

    More
    Less