Season 4 of Community is finally underway after way too long a hiatus!

At this year’s PaleyFest, Wetpaint Entertainment caught up with two members of the Greendale gang — or, at least, their real-life alter-egos, Jim Rash (Dean Pelton) and Yvette Nicole Brown (Shirley).

Luckily for us, Jim and Yvette gave us a few teases on what to expect from the rest of the senior-year season. (Just don’t tell the professor we cheated!)

Jim Rash

Wetpaint Entertainment: What should fans be most excited about this season?
Jim Rash: Oh, God, I don't know! There's lots of things to be excited for, you know, because it's senior year! You know we get to meet Jeff's dad — that's exciting. We have a little Freaky Friday episode/body-switching thing... so lots of good stuff.

What are your top three tips for going to community college?
I like the idea to at least know what you're passionate about before you go to school. If you have a Dean like Greendale’s, be careful because he will try to get into your life and he might pick seven people and you could be one of the seven. And I would hope that many weird things would happen.

What is coming up for your character?
Well I think the dean is dealing with the fact that Jeff and the other students are leaving or at least getting to their senior year. I think he's passionate that he believes he can fix Kevin or Changnesia, and I think it's a pretty safe bet that he's proven wrong.

If you could add a class, what would it be?
Be the Dean's Best Friend Class.

What will the Dean's coping mechanism be when Jeff and his study group leave?
It will be something new — like Dalmatians. Something he can sink himself into and get lost in.

Yvette Nicole Brown

Wetpaint Entertainment: What should fans be most excited about this season?
There is an episode coming up that I cannot talk about. I'm surprised it has not leaked. It's actually two.

[Cough, cough] ...Leak it... [cough, cough].
You can cough all you want, but I'm not leaking it! There's two coming up, and I think one might be announced tonight, and if it is, I will talk about it on Twitter to my heart’s content. So there's two that I'm excited about, but I can't say anything about them, but you'll love them when you see them.

What are the top three things your character would advise people going into community college?
Study a lot, find a good group of friends that can help you through the hard times and nap when you can.