Hodor is back. But this time, he's not holding a door. Instead, he's holding bottles of water—lots of bottles of water. And his scene costar isn't a mob of blood-thirsty wights but Mayim Bialik, hell-bent on quenching thirst not with environmentally-unfriendly plastic water bottles but SodaStream's tap-to-sparkling water system.
It's all part of SodaStream's new video campaign dubbed, "The Homoschlepiens."
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In the video, Bialik—who is a neuroscientist and environmentalist, in addition to a star on The Big Bang Theory—retells the tale of the last homoschlepiens to a group of children eager to hear stories of this unusual species, people who insisted on only drinking from bottles of water despite having many freshwater sources nearby.