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Good Times is a sitcom, which ran from February 8, 1974 to August 1, 1979 on CBS-TV. The series was created by Eric Monte and Mike Evans and developed for television by Bud Yorkin and Norman Lear. It was a spin-off of the show Maude, which characters Florida and James Evans, Sr. originated on that sitcom.
|About the Show|
Florida and James Evans and their three children live in a rented project apartment, 17C, at 963 N. Gilbert Ave., in a housing project (implicitly the infamous Cabrini–Green projects, shown in the opening and closing credits but never mentioned by name on the show) in a poor, black neighborhood in inner-city Chicago.
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Nathan Bookman (Johnny Brown) - Ever so affectionately referred to as "Booger" or "Buffalo Butt", Nathan Bookman is the housing project's indolent superintendent. The part of Bookman is played on the series by Johnny Brown. First appearing in the episode "The Family Business" in Season Two, Bookman, who started out as a recurring character before becoming a main character in Season 3, appears in a total of 58 episodes throughout the show's run.