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‘Good Times’ star Jimmie Walker says he was kicked out of Seattle hotel for brandishing ‘finger gun’

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SEATTLE —  Comedian and former sitcom star Jimmie Walker says he was asked to leave a Seattle hotel for reportedly making his fingers into the shape of a gun and pointing it at a clerk.

Walker recounted the story, which he says happened several years ago, on Q13 FOX News This Morning.

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Walker rose to fame in the 1970s appearing on the popular television show Good Times.

His character is known for using the catchphrase 'Dy-no-mite.'

The comedian first recounted the story to David Letterman in 2012.

Walker was set to perform his stand-up routine at Parlor Live in Bellevue Friday night.


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