All "Game of Thrones" actors know that at any moment, their character could be killed off in a grisly way by arrow, hammer, scythe, or one of many other Westeros weapons. It's good to have a plan B in case this episode ends up being your last.
Kristian Nairn, who plays the lovable half-wit Hodor, missed out on the opportunity to create a Hodor keyboard-replacement app, but as he demonstrated on this week's episode of "The Wil Wheaton Project," he has a backup plan fitting of the Hodor name.
Enter the Hodoround, a new form of mobility for the elderly and those with limited mobility that lets you hire your very own strongman to carry you around all day. Each Hodoround is personally trained by Nairn, and the rejects are thrown through the Moon Door in the Vale of Arryn.
Hodoround, because walking is for jerks! Check out the promotional video for the fictional service below, and always remember: Hodor Hodor HODOR!