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Yeah, see what happens when you search for “Hodor.”
It goes without saying that one of the best characters on HBO’s Game of Thrones is the one who goes without saying much himself—Hodor. But with the gentle giant on hiatus for the upcoming fifth season, how can fans get their fix? Google, of course.
The search engine’s latest Easter egg released on both the Google app and its search page, is exactly as wonderful as you’d expect. Search for Hodor on Google’s home page, and you get this reply:
Screengrab via Google
Speak Hodor’s name into Google app, and the results are the same. Different searches will give you a different number of Hodors each time (I can tell you from firsthand experience that this an endlessly amusing way to pass at least 10 minutes on a Friday night), but let’s be honest, there’s no such thing as too much Hodor.
Beejoli Shah is a reporter and editor whose work focuses on entertainment, internet culture, and social justice. Her work has been published in Rolling Stone, Cosmopolitan, Fusion, New York Magazine, the Guardian, and BuzzFeed, among others.