AceShowbiz - "Good Times" star John Amos gave audiences a treat when he made a surprise appearance during the live U.S. TV revival of the beloved sitcom.
The second instalment of "Live in Front of a Studio Audience" aired on Wednesday night, December 18, and the Jimmy Kimmel-produced event featured Andre Braugher, Viola Davis, and Tiffany Haddish taking on roles in the 1970s Norman Lear classic, as well as "All in the Family".
But the unexpected appearance of original cast member Amos proved a highlight of the evening.
Amos, who initially starred as family patriarch James Evans, portrayed Alderman Fred Davis, a man running for local office.
The first "Live in Front of a Studio Audience" aired earlier this year.