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HBO’s Silicon Valley is a walloping satire of the tech industry, and the inside jokes are ridiculous. The trailer for season 5 came and went a few weeks ago—new episodes are coming March 25, by the way—but the internet spotted a meta hidden message we all missed.
Here’s tech billionaire Gavin Belson giving a Steve Jobs-inspired tech talk.
Did you catch the binary code behind him?
If you translate the code, which is used in computing to transmit data, it spells “Find a hobby for God’s sake.” Twitter user @cliffski noticed the stunt.
Silicon valley is the best TV show ever made. Evidence: pic.twitter.com/YS3DyUzerq— cliffski (@cliffski) March 2, 2018
As Mashable notes, elaborate and nerdy jokes are a staple of the Mike Judge-created comedy. In season 1, the series brought in a mathematician to author a paper about penises. Watch the season 5 trailer below, which will resume without comedian TJ Miller.
Ramon Ramirez is the news director, and formerly the Dot's entertainment editor and evening editor. His work has appeared in the Washington Post, Grantland, Washington City Paper, Austin American-Statesman, and Austin Monitor.