Not only is Cole Sprouse a bonafide heartthrob of today, he’s actually pretty well versed in the world of social media. Some might even call him a social media expert. Well, some meaning his older co-stars on Riverdale.

During his appearance on Thursday night’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the actor revealed that he actually teaches some of his castmates about #content, including “when it’s appropriate to show a tasteful amount of nipple on social media.”

“Many of the younger cast members who have been so in tune with social media, since they’ve gone through this entire vetting process, have actually educated some of the older members of the cast on if it’s okay,” he explained to the late-night host.

And after telling Stephen his piece of advice to Luke Perry, of course the 54-year-old just had to know… when *is* the right time to show tasteful amounts of nipple?

“Always,” according to Cole. MOOD!

The Riverdale star’s social media skills come as no surprise. Especially considering the fact that he curates a beautiful Instagram page with pictures of his work as a photographer. Not only that, but the 26-year-old also runs a side account where he takes photos of people trying to sneak photos of him. Very meta.

At one point during the interview, Stephen pulled out a photo from Friends where Cole was standing close to his former co-star, Jennifer Aniston. This then prompted the actor to adorably admit, “That’s when I fell in love with her, yeah.”

The Suite Life alum went on to say, “I remember feeling so intimidated by my crush on her that I completely blanked and forgot every single one of my lines and she just stared at me and was waiting. One of the crew members, it was one of the camera men, you guys know who you are, goes, ‘That little boy’s got a crush!’”

On top of showing off his social media skills and reliving a past crush, Cole also talked about his decision to take a break from acting to attend college. Since his entire childhood and early adolescence was acting, it was completely understandable he would want to take a step back and reassess.

However, when his manager called him about a few auditions during pilot week, CS decided to give it one last shot. He revealed, “I was doing photography and archeology and I said, ‘If I don’t get anything, I don’t think I’m going to come back.’ Sure enough, I booked Riverdale and it all sort of fell into place.”

Could you imagine if the role of Jughead didn’t go to Cole?!

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