Sorry for no post yesterday, to those of you that may have noticed. I couldn't handle all of the Justin Bieber news, so I stepped away from the internet. But I'm making it up for you today, because the headlines and links and articles I found for you this morning are really great and you're going to want to spend some time on a bunch of them.

I am sososo excited that Colin Jost is taking over for Seth Meyers at the Weekend Update desk. If you're unfamiliar with him and want to know how great of a choice this is, catch up on Jost's work.

I just watched Death Race 2000 the other day, so I really enjoyed IFC's list of timeless comedies from the 70s.

Ellie Kemper guest-hosted for Ellen and was adorable (naturally):

I'm loving Hank Azaria's web series, Fatherhood. Watch the newest episode here.

Craig Johnson and Mark Heyman discuss what it's like to have a hit movie at Sundance.

At this point I'd fall over in shock if a Steven Spielberg project didn't include aliens: ABC is working on a drama pilot involving aliens, executive produced by Spielberg.

Gal Gadot signed a three-picture deal for playing Wonder Woman.

Benched, the USA comedy pilot starring Eliza Coupe, got a series order.

I am getting so excited for 24: Live Another Day. Check out Kiefer Sutherland and Mary Lynn Rajskub filming in London.

Oh my god. Jimmy Fallon recreated The Dick Cavett Show's set for the man himself:

Rob Lowe received a pilot order from NBC on a comedy that he is set to star in and executive produce.

Grantland has an amazing oral history of Swingers that you shouldn't miss.

How I Met Your Mother's opening sequence will look different for the 200th episode.

Check out Vanity Fair's profile on Jimmy Fallon.

I love Broad City so I devoured this long piece about how Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer made the show a reality.

Don't miss this interview with Brian K. Vaugn in which he discusses Saga and Y: The Last Man.

Nick Offerman is working on a second book.

Unsurprisingly, Girl Meets World has received a full season order before the pilot has even aired.

The latest (and last) Greatest Event in Television History was a recreation of Bosom Buddies' opening sequence:

Enjoy your weekend, friends.