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Good Times - The Complete Series
DVD | Box Set
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All 133 Dy-No-Mite episodes!
Enjoy old-school laughs and tears with one of TV's smash sitcoms from the '70s, Good Times: The Complete Series.
Developed by legendary producer Norman Lear (All in the Family, The Jeffersons, Maude), Good Times centered upon the Evans family living in an inner-city project in Chicago. James (John Amos) and Florida (Esther Rolle) struggle to make ends meet while raising their three children, JJ (Jimmy Walker), Thelma (Bern Nadette Stanis) and Michael (Ralph Carter). Despite the economic difficulties they face, the Evans family, along with their downstairs neighbor Willona (Ja'net Dubois), always kept a positive attitude.
Starring: Esther Rolle (Driving Miss Daisy), Jimmie Walker (Airplane!), John Amos (Die Hard 2), Ja'net DuBois (Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle), BernNadette Stanis (N-Secure), Ralph Carter (Donny's House), Johnny Brown (Life) and Janet Jackson (Music Superstar)!
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The inside has the title of each episode listed for every disc. There is no synopsis, but if you are a fan of the show the titles give the hint you need in most cases. You can get a complete description of every show just by going on the internet, and then print the episode guide from the site you like best. Doesn't seem like much effort to me.
I wish Sony would do everyone a favor and do all their series like this, especially the ones that apparently aren't going to be finished (The Jeffersons, Maude, Different Strokes, etc, etc). Their costs would be lower and fans would get their shows in their ENTIRETY. Not just a few seasons and vanish when sales aren't what Sony would like.
On a final note the picture quality and sound are just fine, especially if played on a blu ray player with good upconversion. And how sweet it is not to have to watch a bunch of clueless commercials that networks edit the shows in favor of (although I did pay $45 just 2 weeks ago when it is now $30, thanks Amazon!).