Dyn-O-Mite! ‘Good Times’ with Comedian Jimmie “JJ” Walker, How Our Political, Racial and Gender Divide Has Changed Comedy

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Jimmie Walker, known as the wisecracking J. J. Evans on the TV series Good Times

Comedian Jimmie Walker, who starred in and won an Emmy in Chicago-based TV hit ‘Good Times’ and helped develop the writing careers of David Letterman and Jay Leno, joins Dave Plier to talk about his new stand-up special with Michael Winslow entitled We’re Still Here, his new album and his thoughts on how our political, racial and gender divide is changing comedy.


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