| Season 3, Episode 19 |
Number (#56) in series (133 episodes)
|Tape date||January 15, 1976|
|Air date:||January 27, 1976|
|Network/Country:||CBS-TV / United States|
|Written by:||James Ritz|
|Directed by:||Herbert Kenwith|
|IMDB||Sweet Daddy Williams|
Bern Nadette Stanis
|Guest starring:||Theodore Wilson|
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Sweet Daddy Williams is the nineteenth episode of Season 3 of Good Times, and the fifty-sixth series episode overall. Written by James Ritz, the episode, which was directed by Herbert Kenwith, premiered on CBS-TV, airing on January 20, 1976.
J.J. gets his own art exhibit in exchange for painting the local numbers runner's girlfriend.
The Evan's family sees a lot more than they want of Sweet Daddy when J.J. agrees to paint a picture of his girlfriend. In return, J.J. is offered a showcase for his art.
Teddy Wilson makes his first series appearance as menacing neighborhood numbers runner "Sweet Daddy" Williams. J.J. (Jimmie Walker) is delighted when he is commissioned to paint a portrait of Sweet Daddy's girlfriend, especially since he has been promised his own prestigious art display in return. But J.J.'s parents are none too happy with their son's "patron" -- and, as it turns out, they have good reason for their discomfort.