|Season 1, Episode 4 |
Number (#4) in series (133 episodes)
Rev. Sam, James's old army buddy (center), introduces him to Ed. his limo driver and fellow crusade worker, in "God's Business is Good Business".
|Tape date||January 28, 1974|
|Air date:||March 1, 1974|
|Written by:||Roland Wolpert|
|Directed by:||Donald McKayle|
|IMDB||God's Business is Good Business|
Bern Nadette Stanis
|Guest starring:||Roscoe Lee Browne|
Danny "Big Black" Rey (uncredited)
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God's Business is Good Business is the fourth episode of Season 1 of Good Times. The episode was written by Roland Wolpert and directed by Donald McKayle and Bob LaHendro. It aired on March 1, 1974 on CBS.
An old army buddy of James named Reverend Sam, (Roscoe Lee Browne) who is now a shady local televangelist, stops by the Evans apartment and offers James a job that would pay $150 a day. James is set to take it, however, Florida is dead set against James accepting the job, believing the job goes against his morals and values.