The long, long, long gestating new Ghostbusters movie finally has an official green light. Paul Feig, the director behind Bridesmaids and Freaks and Geeks, will team up with Katie Dippold, the writer behind Parks & Rec, to create the script. And, as rumored, the new Ghostbusters will be all women, which gives Bill Murray's awesome dream team a shot at becoming a reality.

Reportedly, Emma Stone has already passed on the film, which opens up the possibility for a little more diversity than Murray's lineup included. And, wouldn't you know it, Yvette Nicole Brown's schedule just opened up ... Discuss

When fans heard that Alfonso Ribeiro—the actor made famous by playing Will Smith’s nerdy cousin Carlton on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air—would be appearing on Dancing with the Stars, there was really only one question on viewers’ minds: When would he break out the iconic dance that is now synonymous with the character? Last night, when he appeared on stage in a bowtie and Tom Jones’ “It's Not Unusual” kicked in, we all finally got the moment we’ve been waiting for since this heartbreaking scene aired 18 years ago ... Discuss

The Groundlings are a relatively well known improv/comedy troupe out in LA who has enjoyed a fairly happy relationship with Saturday Night Live. Saturday Night Live is, well, you know who they are. Or do you? The events of today suggest none of us may know what dark secrets lie the heart of sketch comedy's brightest star. Last weekend, guest host Sarah Silverman joined Cecily Strong and Sasheer Zamata as some Tina Turner-lookalikes using "Proud Mary" to complain about their personal lives. The following day, two Groundlings named Kimberly Condict and Vanessa Ragland took to Twitter to point out the sketch had an awful lot of similarities with an old sketch of theirs, in which they, well, played Tina Turner-lookalikes using "Proud Mary" to complain about their personal lives.

A rep from SNL dismissed the comparisons. “It’s a common idea since Tina Turner is such an iconic figure," he says. "The similarities represent parallel thinking in the comedy world.” Of course, the sketch isn't really about Tina Turner, but about Tina Turner impersonators singing "Proud Mary" and complaining about their personal lives, which doesn't seem like that common of an idea ... Discuss

Twin Peaks, a little watched but hugely influential ABC mystery that aired only two odd, disorienting, surreal frequently disturbing seasons back in 1990 and 1991, is coming back to TV. As you probably know, the show was macabre master David Lynch's first foray into television and largely centered around the mysterious death of Laura Palmer. Showtime is picking up nine episodes of the reboot, which will air in 2016. “There was always a sense that we were slightly handcuffed by the network restrictions of the time and place," the show's co-creator Mark Frost told The New York Times. "Obviously, all that will be gone. We’re really free to do and go wherever we see fit." A David Lynch unfettered by network restrictions often means some sleepless nights for viewers ... Discuss

It's true. As promised, (and after a brief, one-off video earlier this year) Matt Chapman has returned with a new update to the series that made him famous, giving us our first real Homestar Runner update in ages: an insane, very funny rap video about fisheye lenses. Purists will be glad to know that Chapman isn't fixing what ain't broken, still relying on flash animation and a too-small video player. And, yes, it's still hilarious.

For those not in the know, Homestar Runner is the grand daddy of the Internet's current brand of non sequitur, nostalgia-laced comedy. It was the first truly successful web series, paving the way for everything from OK Go's music videos to Orange Is the New Black, with a deliciously weird but undeniably sweet cast of characters. This video is a great addition to the lineup, but Chapman has yet to deliver that golden goose everyone is really waiting for: another new Strong Bad email ... Discuss

Greendale is losing another one of its favorite alum. According to TV Guide, Yvette Nicole Brown—who plays one of our favorite characters on TV, Shirley—will not appear in the upcoming season of Community so that she can spend time with her father, who is sick. She told the magazine, “It was a difficult decision for me to make, but I had to choose my dad." With the departure of Donald Glover and now Brown, the show is in the process of casting two new characters for sixth season ... Discuss