Good Times (1974–1979)
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Willona, the Other Woman 

Bookman's wife finds Bookman in Willona's apartment and they are caught in a compromising position. Is Willona a new girlfriend for Bookman?

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Willona Woods (as Ja'net Du Bois)
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Michael Evans
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Thelma Evans (as Bern Nadette Stanis)
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Nathan Bookman
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Millicent 'Penny' Woods
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James 'J.J.' Evans, Jr.
Marilyn Coleman ...
Violet Bookman
Hope Clarke ...
Brenda Gordon
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Bookman's wife finds Bookman in Willona's apartment and they are caught in a compromising position. Is Willona a new girlfriend for Bookman?

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27 February 1978 (USA)  »

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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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Last appearance of Marilyn Coleman as Mrs. Bookman
25 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

"Willona, the Other Woman" opens with Violet Bookman (Marilyn Coleman, introduced in "Bye, Bye, Bookman") lamenting her husband Nathan's frequent absences, figuring that he's having an affair (understandable, as his previous impersonation as 'Barry Belafonte' would attest!). Willona invites him to her apartment to discuss the matter, which he mistakes as an attempted seduction, an assumption that leaves her in stitches. One spilled drink and Bookman is forced to take off his pants for Willona to wash off the stain, just in time for Violet to drop by in search of her husband! Bookman throws Willona under the bus as just another lie for his unforgiving spouse, while the truth turns out to be more mundane, apart from the presence of the actual 'other woman' (Hope Clarke).


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