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WILL SMITH CALLS AN EMERGENCY FAMILY MEETING IN NEW 'RED TABLE TALK' EPISODE: Will Smith called an emergency family meeting on the upcoming epidote of his wife Jada Pinkett Smith's show Red Table Talk. As Will gathered his family for the meeting, Jada said that it was "a first." She added, "Will has called an emergency red table, he called the executive producer himself, brought production together to have a mandatory meeting with his family." Red Table Talk returns to Facebook Watch on Monday, Sept. 23rd.

'FRIENDS' CREATORS HAVE NO IDEA WHAT PHOEBE'S SANDWICH NOTE SAID: Friends co-creator David Crane has revealed that he has no idea what Phoebe Buffay wrote for Ross Geller to keep his co-workers away form his "moistmaker" sandwich on season 5 of the hit sitcom. Crane told Page Six, "Oh my God." He continued, "I'm standing here going, ‘She wrote a note for his sandwich?' I don't know. This is the problem with being 25 years older, I don't have a clue, I can't even make up something." Co-creator Marta Kauffman added, "I have absolutely no idea what that note said, but now I'm going to look into it because I really want to know!"

SHANE GILLIS PERFORMS STAND UP SET AFTER BEING FIRED FROM 'SNL': Comedian Shane Gillis has performed his first stand up set since being fired from Saturday Night Live. Gillis was fired after Twitter users discovered clips from his podcast where he used racist and homophobic slurs. On Wednesday (September 18th), he performed in New York City. According to Variety, Gillis talked about his SNL drama, saying, "Everybody's been like, you can't say s— and not expect consequences. I'm fine with the consequences. I'm not arguing. F— it. But I do want everyone to know that I've been reading every one of my death threats in an Asian accent."

MAYIM BIALIK AND JIM PARSONS TO REUNITE IN FOX COMEDY 'CARLA': According to Entertainment Weekly, The Big Bang Theory stars Mayim Bialik and Jim Parsons are set to reunite for a new comedy on Fox entitled Carla. According to the network, the show is based on the UK series Miranda. Carla, played by Bialik "is a 39-year-old woman who struggles every day against society and her mother to prove that you cannot have everything you want — and still be happy, which is why she spent the money her parents set aside for her wedding to open a cat cafe in Louisville, Ky." The show will debut next year.

LINDSAY LOHAN IS WORKING ON A NEW TV SHOW: Lindsay Lohan is reportedly working on a new TV project. In an interview on Australia's Studio 10 this week, Lohan revealed that she is "writing a TV series that will come out in America. Almost like a reality show, but not a reality show." Lohan went on to say that she will play at "kind of being a puppet master," and will star in the series with her siblings.

'SOPRANOS' STAR JAMIE LYNN SIGLER TO VOICE DISNEY'S FIRST JEWISH PRINCESS: Sopranos star Jamie Lynn Sigler is set to star as Disney's first Jewish princess. According to Page Six,the character, whose name and image haven't been announced yet, will guest star on the third season of "Elena of Avalor." The hit children's TV show is about a teenage royal princess and her adventures in monarchy. Sigler tweeted, "I am so excited to voice Disney's first Jewish princess."