Good Times (1974–1979)
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Sweet Daddy Williams 

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.

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Florida Evans
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James Evans, Sr.
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Willona Woods (credit only)
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Michael Evans
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Thelma Evans (as Bern Nadette Stanis)
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James 'J.J.' Evans, Jr.
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Sweet Daddy Williams (as Theodore Wilson)
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Savannah Jones (as BeBe Drake-Hooks)
Adrian Ricard ...
Adrian
Ernie Barnes ...
First Hood
Larry Greene ...
Second Hood
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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.

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20 January 1976 (USA)  »

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This episode introduces Theodore Wilson as hoodlum/loan shark Sweet Daddy Williams, repeating the role in several more. See more »

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Good Times
Music by Dave Grusin
Lyrics by Alan Bergman & Marilyn Bergman
Performed by James Gilstrap and Blinky (as Blinky Williams)
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Theodore Wilson debuts as Sweet Daddy Williams
28 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

"Sweet Daddy Williams" marked the series debut of Theodore Wilson in his signature role of neighborhood hoodlum Sweet Daddy Williams, a total of six episodes (plus one other as a nightclub owner). JJ's newest portrait is recognized as Savannah Jones (Bebe Drake-Hooks), Sweet Daddy's current squeeze, intended to be a surprise for her when she returns from Las Vegas. James and Florida are stunned to learn that Sweet Daddy plans to showcase JJ in a one man art exhibit, an opportunity to put bad money to good use. However, when JJ starts wearing the same outre duds as his sponsor, James decides to put his foot down. Savannah herself is proud to be 'immoralized on canvas,' until she sees the finished product!


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