Damn gurl, you move fast! [via Afternoon Snooze Button]

For Vanity Fair's Judd Apatow guest-edited first-ever Comedy Issue, the director re-united the entire cast and crew of Freaks and Geeks. And is that Jason Schwartzman in the front row, all the way at the left? It IS! We had 100% completely forgotten that he had a bit part as a fake ID dealer. Hallelujah. [Vanity Fair via ONTD]

"You spin me right round, baby, right round like a record, baby, right round." [via Coin Farts]

Stephens Colbert and King -- cute couple alert! [via Awesome People Hanging Out Together]

We need to go antiquing more. [via 100 Years of Lolitude]

We are deeply creeped out by Mary Kate and Ashley's new bag design that's covered in pills. [via Buzzfeed]

Want a job at PAPER? [via Knusprig Titten Hitler]

Here's a deleted scene from Girls in which Hannah follows up on her job application to work at a cupcake bakery. We're glad she wound up working at Cafe Grumpy with Ray instead. [via Vulture]

A morning funnies belated birthday h/t to College Humor. That's what their site looked like thirteen years ago. We can make out some disclaimer that reads "Attention parents and people over 32..." [via College Humor]

In case you missed it, here's the adorable subway interaction between Jay-Z and an artist named Ellen Grossman when the rapper rode the train to his Barclays Center show. We're  happy that at least 1/8,244,910 New Yorkers don't know who Jay-Z is...keeps a guy humble, you know? Head over to Jay-Z's Life + Times YouTube channel to watch the full 24-minute video about the eight Barclays Center dates. [via Uproxx]