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If you haven’t even seen an episode of “Good Times,” especially if you’re over 35, your black card may have to be revoked. Just about everyone from that era remembers the joys and struggles of the Evans family who loved each other despite the harsh conditions in their Chicago project. Jimmie Walker, who played the family’s oldest son J.J. Evans on the show for its 6-year-run from 1973-1979, has penned his memoir, called, appropriately enough “Dy-no-Mite!”

http://www.blackamericaweb.com/entertainment/entertainment-news/dy-no-mite

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