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"Willona's Mr. Right"
Season 5, Episode 14
Number (#99) in series (133 episodes)
Tape date November 10, 1977
Air date: January 11, 1978
Network/Country: CBS-TV / United States
Written by: Laura Levine
Directed by: Gerren Keith
Production code: 514
IMDB Willona's Mr. Right
Cast Information
Starring: Jimmie Walker
Ja'net Dubois
Janet Jackson
Johnny Brown
Bern Nadette Stanis
Ralph Carter
Guest starring: Adam Wade
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Willona's Mr. Right is the fourteenth episode of Season 5 of Good Times and the 99th episode overall. Written by Laura Levine, the episode, which was directed by Gerren Keith, premiered on CBS-TV, first airing on January 11, 1978.

SynopsisEdit

Willona's ex-boyfriend returns to try to rekindle their romance. But she declines his marriage proposal because it would cause the family to constantly move. However, Penny feels like a burden on them and runs away.

StorylineEdit

Willona's former boyfriend calls her. He is back in town from Alaska and wants to marry Willona. She turns him down because she now has Penny to consider. When Penny finds out, she runs away because she thinks she is ruining Willona's life.

Plot summaryEdit

Willona's former boyfriend Frank (Adam Wade), a globetrotting contractor, comes back into her life with a marriage proposal. Though flattered, Willona (Ja'net DuBois) turns Frank down, worried that his constant moving about would disrupt the carefully cultivated stability of Willona's adopted daughter, Penny (Janet Jackson). Upon learning of this, Penny becomes convinced that she is ruining Willona's life -- and runs away from home.

Guest starringEdit

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