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"House Hunting"
Season 6, Episode 13
Number (#122) in series (133 episodes)
The Evans get Involved (6x19) - Mr. Rutherford sobs
A.J. Rutherford, a bank loan officer (Charles Siebert) sobbingly grieves over the Evans' plight, as he approved an FHA loan for a house in a area that was scheduled for demolition in the episode "House Hunting" in Season 6.
Tape date October 19, 1978
Air date: January 3 1979
Network/Country: CBS-TV / United States
Written by: Gene Farmer
Directed by: Gerren Keith
Production code: 613
IMDB House Hunting
Cast Information
Starring: Esther Rolle
Jimmie Walker
Ja'net Dubois
Johnny Brown
Bern Nadette Stanis
Ralph Carter
Janet Jackson
Ben Powers
Guest starring: Charles Siebert
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House Hunting is the thirteenth episode of Season 6 of Good Times, and also the 122nd series episode overall. Written by Gene Farmer, the episode, which was directed by Gerren Keith, premiered on CBS-TV, originally airing on January 3, 1979.

SynopsisEdit

The Evanses decide to buy a house, but have difficulty convincing the bank manager to give them a loan.

StorylineEdit

Florida tells the family they are ready to move into their own house. After they find the house, they have trouble finding a loan.

Plot summaryEdit

The good news: Florida (Esther Rolle) has decided to move her family out of the ghetto and into a decent house. The bad news: This move will require a rather sizeable bank loan, and banker A.J. Rutherford (Charles Siebert) is not exactly the sympathetic or generous type. First telecast January 3, 1979, "Househunting" turned out to be the last Good Times episode until May of that same year.

Guest starringEdit

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