Former "Friends" stars Matthew Perry and Courteney Cox will team up on television again.

The former onscreen couple will reunite on Perry's hit comedy "Go On" in April, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

And romance will once again be in the mix. The secretary of Perry's character Ryan King tries to fix him up on a date with Cox. Hilarity will no doubt ensue.

According to webswite W.E.N.N. the reunion is just the latest "Friends" get-together. Cox and David Schwimmer guest starred on Lisa Kudrow's "Web Therapy," Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston appeared on an episode of Cox's "Cougar Town," and Aniston also guest starred on Cox's comedy "Dirt."

CHRIS BROWN ALLEGEDLY LIED ABOUT COMMUNITY SERVICE: Authorities say Chris Brown violated his probation from the Rihanna assault case by submitting fake documentation of the community service work he was supposed to do.

You can't expect a busy celebrity like Chris Brown to have the time for doing community service when he already has a packed schedule of punching people, taking Instagram photos with Rihanna, and ranting on Twitter about how he's so misunderstood.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney says in court documents that Brown lied when he claimed he had performed all of his community service in connection with the Rihanna beating case, according to TMZ.

Right -- that's his ex-girlfriend. And his new girlfriend -- the one in all the new photos.

Bryan T. Norwood, the Chief of Police in Richmond, VA., wrote a letter to the judge in September, saying Brown completed 202 days of community service (he was supposedly only required to perform 180).

Norwood provided documents reportedly proving Brown worked at Tappahannock Children's Center -- where his mother was once a director -- doing odd jobs like painting, washing windows, waxing floors, cutting grass and picking up trash.

The judge got suspicious and the D.A. investigated, finding no "credible, competent or verifiable evidence" that Brown did the 180 days community service, sources told TMZ.

D'oh.

Apparently, some of the days Brown was allegedly doing community service, he was also out of the country doing concerts.

Maybe he has a really, really fast plane.

The D.A. said Brown's documentation is "at best sloppy, and at worst fraudulent reporting," and is asking the judge to reject the Virginia community service hours and make him fulfill his obligation in Los Angeles County.

TMZ reported that the D.A. said Brown's mother was responsible for orchestrating work at the Children's Center outside of normal operating hours and a key administrator told the D.A. she never saw Brown working at the center.

ROBERT DE NIRO GETS EMOTIONAL ABOUT MENTAL ILLNESS: Robert De Niro became highly emotional while talking about mental illness during an interview with Katie Couric on Monday, according to the Huffington Post. The actor appeared with "Silver Linings Playbook" co-star Bradley Cooper and director David O. Russell. The other two men discussed bipolar and mood disorders -- Russell's son suffers from bipolar disorder, which inspired the director to make the movie.

De Niro didn't say much, but when asked about how he related to the movie, the 69-year-old acting legend -- who has four sons -- started talking, then stopped. "I don't like to get emotional, but I know exactly what (Russell) goes through," De Niro said, voice cracking. He appeared to be holding back tears.

Russell said De Niro related deeply to the movie, telling Couric he saw a strong visceral reaction from the actor after he read the script. "I thought he was having hay fever, then I realized he was having an emotional reaction and I sat there and watched Robert De Niro cry for 10 minutes and I said, 'Wow he's really connecting with this material and this would be beautiful thing if it could work out, because I think his heart would be there' and it is there."

"Silver Linings Playbook" is nominated for eight Academy Awards, including De Niro for best supporting actor.

Kristen Wiig will join the cast of the much-anticipated sequel "Anchorman: The Legend Continues," director Adam McKay said on Facebook, adding "Couldn't be more excited."

KRISTEN WIIG TO STAR IN NEXT 'ANCHORMAN': Kristen Wiig will appear in the next "Anchorman" film.

The "Bridesmaids" star will join returning stars Will Ferrell, Christina Appelgate, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell, and Dave Koechner.

There's no official word on what role Wiig will play, though some reports have her playing the love interest of Carell's weatherman, Brick Tamland.

"Anchorman: The Legend Continues" is set for release on Dec. 20.

JUSTIN BIEBER STILL 'HANGING OUT' WITH SELENA GOMEZ: Robert De Niro became highly emotional while talking about mental illness during an interview with Katie Couric on Monday, according to the Huffington Post. The actor appeared with "Silver Linings Playbook" co-star Bradley Cooper and director David O. Russell. The other two men discussed bipolar and mood disorders -- Russell's son suffers from bipolar disorder, which inspired the director to make the movie in the first place.

De Niro didn't say much, but when asked about how he related to the movie, the 69-year-old acting legend -- who has four sons -- started talking, then stopped. "I don't like to get emotional, but I know exactly what (Russell) goes through," De Niro said, voice cracking. He appeared to be holding back tears.

Then he stood up and yelled "You lookin' at me?" at the cameraman.

No he didn't.

Russell said De Niro related deeply to the movie, telling Couric he saw a strong visceral reaction from the actor after he read the script. "I thought he was having hay fever, then I realized he was having an emotional reaction and I sat there and watched Robert De Niro cry for 10 minutes and I said, 'Wow he's really connecting with this material and this would be beautiful thing if it could work out, because I think his heart would be there' and it is there."

"Silver Linings Playbook" is nominated for eight Academy Awards.

NEXT 'STAR WARS' MAY BE ABOUT YODA: A good idea, is this?

Ever since Disney bought LucasFilm, speculation has been rampant as to what the first new "Star Wars" movie will be about.

IMDB.com said Ain't It Cool News reported the first "Star Wars" spinoff will be about Yoda.

Didn't he die?

"To start with, they're going to focus on established characters and do solo films," the website's Harry Knowles said about Disney's plans. "The first stand-alone film is going to center upon Yoda. At this stage specifics are sparse, but Kathleen Kennedy is putting together a 'Star Wars' slate."

J.J. Abrams, who reportedly has been tapped to direct the first "Star Wars" movie, has not commented on the news.

Ain't It Cool also said George Lucas has floated the idea of a Jabba the Hutt story. Because, you know, we all want to look at him for two hours.

You can depend on us to bring you the next unfounded "Star Wars" rumor as soon as we hear it.

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FEBRUARY 6 IN HISTORY

Wednesday is Feb. 6, the 37th day of 2013. There are 328 days left in the year.

1788: Massachusetts became the sixth state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. The United States won official recognition from France with the signing of a Treaty of Alliance in Paris.

1899: A peace treaty between the United States and Spain was ratified by the U.S. Senate.

1911: Ronald Wilson Reagan, the 40th president of the United States, was born in Tampico, Ill.

1922: Cardinal Archille Ratti was elected pope; he took the name Pius XI.

1933: The 20th Amendment to the Constitution, the so-called "lame duck" amendment, was proclaimed in effect by Secretary of State Henry Stimson.

1943: A Los Angeles jury acquitted actor Errol Flynn of three counts of statutory rape.

1952: Britain's King George VI died at Sandringham House in Norfolk, England; he was succeeded as monarch by his daughter, who became Queen Elizabeth II.

1959: The United States successfully test-fired for the first time a Titan intercontinental ballistic missile from Cape Canaveral.

1973: Dixy Lee Ray was appointed by President Richard Nixon to be the first woman to head the Atomic Energy Commission.

1992: Sixteen people were killed when a C-130 military transport plane crashed in Evansville, Ind.

1993: Tennis Hall-of-Famer and human rights advocate Arthur Ashe died in New York at age 49.

1998: President Bill Clinton signed a bill changing the name of Washington National Airport to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Pop music star Falco, who'd had a 1986 hit with "Rock Me Amadeus," died in a traffic accident in the Dominican Republic; he was 40.

2003: Edging closer to war, President George W. Bush declared "the game is over" for Saddam Hussein and urged skeptical allies to join in disarming Iraq. ABC's "20/20" aired a British documentary, "Living With Michael Jackson," in which the King of Pop revealed he sometimes let children sleep in his bed.

2008: At least 57 deaths were reported after two days of tornadoes that plowed across Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama. The White House defended the use of the interrogation technique known as waterboarding, saying it was legal -- not torture as critics argued -- and had saved American lives. The Phoenix Suns acquired Shaquille O'Neal in a stunning blockbuster deal that sent four-time All-Star Shawn Marion and Marcus Banks to the Miami Heat.

2012: The U.S. closed its embassy in Syria and Britain recalled its ambassador to Damascus in a new Western push to get President Bashar Assad to leave power and halt the murderous grind in Syria. Jeremy Lin scored a career-high 28 points in his first career start as the New York Knicks beat the Utah Jazz 99-88.

BIRTHDAYS

Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor (96), actor Rip Torn (82), actress Mamie Van Doren (82), actor Mike Farrell (74), former NBC News anchorman Tom Brokaw (73), singer Fabian (70), actress Kathy Najimy (56), rock singer Axl Rose (Guns N' Roses) (51), singer Rick Astley (47).

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