That’s the “dyno-mite” bombshell dropped by former “Good Times” creator Normal Lear.Walker, known as JJ on the hit TV series “Good Times,” and Coulter, known as the conservative activist who appears on cable TV news channels, would seem an unlikely match.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.In an Entertainment Weekly interview with “Black-ish” creator Kenya Barris, Lear said that Walker, 69, dates Coulter.M., Simon & Garfunkel 9780323054850 0323054854 Skills Performance Checklists for Clinical Nursing Skills and Techniques, Anne Griffin Perry, Patricia A.Potter 9781443717977 1443717975 Making Tin Can Toys, Edward Thatcher 4988006806986 Phoenix, Grand Funk Railroad 9780521280570 0521280575 Plays by David Garrick and George Colman the Elder, David Garrick, George Colman, E. Wood 4988006854505 Siren, Sasha & Shawna 9781843834410 1843834413 The History of the Kings of Britain - An edition and translation of the De gestis Britonum (Historia Regum Brittannie), Geoffrey, Michael D.Reeve, Neil Wright 9781427799586 142779958X The Law School Labyrinth - A Guide to Making the Most of Your Legal Education, Steven R.
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Coulter's comments came two days after Lear, 94, claimed she and Walker, 69, were an item.
"I love [Walker]; he's a wonderful guy, but I'll tell you something about him that'll astound you: He dates Ann Coulter," Lear told Black-ish creator Kenya Barris during an interview with Entertainment Weekly on Monday, April 3.
In an interview later with The Blade, Walker was asked if the two share political views. “But that is what is missing in this country today: you should still be able to have friendships with people with whom you have philosophical differences with.
” said Kenya Barris, the creator of “black-ish” who did the interview for Entertainment Weekly. ” “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 Barris, explaining that he and his wife had dinner with Coulter and Walker. Coulter and Walker were first linked romantically a decade ago when they showed up together to the 2007 TV Land Awards.