Sure, we're happy that most of the fall season has officially premiered, and our favorite shows are back on the air.  We're still missing 'American Horror Story' and 'The Walking Dead,' but no wait has been so devastating as the wait for new episodes of 'Community!'  Even on Friday nights, we'll be front and center to check out the show's new direction under show-runners David Guarascio and Moses Port, but what will the first new episodes of the season bring?

Greendale Seven, your return can't get here fast enough.  NBC has released the full descriptions of the first two episodes of 'Community' season 4, set to premiere on Friday, October 19.  The first episode "History 101" will see the gang preparing for the endgame as Jeff works toward graduating, and not everybody's happy about it!  The following week will see the long-awaited trip to Pierce's mansion for a Halloween-themed episode.  See for yourself:

"HISTORY 101" - THE GREENDALE STUDY GROUP RETURNS FROM SUMMER BREAK FOR THEIR FOURTH YEAR – The Study Group returns from summer break ready to tackle their fourth year of Community College. Jeff (Joel McHale) is particularly focused on graduating and is just a few credits away. When there is a mix-up with a history class registration, Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) institutes an elaborate physical competition for class space. Meanwhile, Britta (Gillian Jacobs) helps Abed (Danny Pudi) deal with the anxiety he is experiencing over the thought of the study group graduating and breaking up.

"PARANORMAL PARENTAGE" - THE STUDY GROUP MAKES AN UNEXPECTED TRIP TO PIERCE’S MANSION ON HALLOWEEN – While on their way to Vicki’s (Danielle Kaplowitz) Halloween costume party, the study group makes a detour to Pierce’s (Chevy Chase) mansion when they learn he accidentally locked himself in his panic room. As Pierce languishes behind locked doors, the group searches the dark and eerie house for the book that holds the code to the door. Along the way they encounter a few of the house’s secrets

What say you?  Do you think the new season of 'Community' will have the same creative spark as under Dan Harmon?  What would you like to see from the fourth season?