Legendary TV producer Norman Lear dropped a little bombshell in a recent interview that exploded heads all over the place. ” In an interview with Huff Post Live in 2013, Coulter confirmed the two were friends but said Walker was “spreading that rumor” that their relationship was more than platonic. Evans on Lear’s 1970s sitcom, “Good Times,” dates conservative commentator Ann Coulter, Lear revealed. “Ann is a good friend and I enjoy our conversations,” Walker said. Truth be told, at the TV Land Awards she was probably just using me to get to Greg Brady!!!!In speaking about the show “Good Times,” Lear said that he knew Walker’s role on the show “could make him a star” before he dropped the news: “I love him.
The same woman who is so reviled in celebrity circles that last year’s Roast of Rob Lowe turned into a roast of Coulter. more It was revealed in an Entertainment Weekly story on April 4, 2017 that Ann Coulter may be dating Jimmie Walker of the 1970's sitcom Good Times. Image source: Twitter less It was revealed in an Entertainment Weekly story on April 4, 2017 that Ann Coulter may be dating Jimmie Walker of the 1970's sitcom Good Times. NOT IMPRESSED: Ann Coulter shreds Donald Trump, Paul Ryan over healthcare plan "I love him; he's a wonderful guy, but I'll tell you something about him that'll astound you: he dates Ann Coulter," Lear told the magazine. The television writer and producer told Entertainment Weekly that Jimmie Walker - - more commonly known as J. from the 1970's hit "Good Times" - - is dating conservative commentator Ann Coulter. ” Social media’s reaction was more like this: “Um, what?!The tall blonde pundit told the New York Post that the rumor spreads every once in a while, but “it’s never been true.” The rumor spread again courtesy of Norman Lear, 94, the famed producer of progressive 1970s TV comedies like “All in the Family,” “The Jeffersons” and “Good Times,” on which Walker skyrocketed to fame for his “Dy-no-mite” catchphrase.