Silicon Valley's Pied Piper has an actual website

Silicon Valley's Pied Piper has an actual website

Sunday night’s episode of Silicon Valley solidified Pied Piper as the official company name for the show’s programming crew, despite a plethora of alternative names. (Dwarf-it, SMLR, anything one can call out during sex, etc.) And in honor of that launch, HBO has created a real website for the fake company, “snack dick” logo and all. 

PiedPiper.com contains a homepage, a jargon-y explanation of what Pied Piper actually does, and a bio for each company employee. Each blurb reads like the character wrote it himself, revealing snippets of previously unknown backstories—some hilarious (“Gilfoyle has played drums in a series of Toronto-area first-wave-DC-influenced hardcore, thrashcore, hatecore, corecore, and corehard outfits under the name Strychnine McTwat”); some sad (“Jared’s early life is best passed over, but he managed to rise above it thanks to a series of largely well-meaning foster parents”). As a reminder, Pied Piper is not associated with Pied Piper Irrigation.

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