Good Times' Jimmie Walker Says DON'T Bring His Book on a Plane - Public Radio's The Dinner Party

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As J.J. in the ’70s sitcom “Good Times,” Jimmie Walker became one of the biggest TV stars of the decade - but his career in comedy goes far beyond that. In the new memoir “Dyn-o-mite!: Good Times, Bad Times, Our Times,” he takes us behind the scenes of his writer’s room - where Leno and Letterman once scribbled away - and reflects on 40 years spent on the stand-up circuit. Jimmie offers listeners advice about faking sick, phone battles, and why NOT to go through airport security next to him.
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