How to make Grogu from ‘The Mandalorian’ mess with your Google search results


We all love Grogu from The Mandalorian. And now, you don’t even have to fire up Disney+ to hang out with him.

The little fella formerly known as “Baby Yoda” (and still known as that in my heart) has popped up in a cool little Easter egg on Google search. Simply search for “Grogu” and you’ll see a little animated version of the popular Star Wars character in the lower right corner of the screen, like so.


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Grogu on Google search

There he is!
Credit: Screenshot: Google

Now the fun part begins. If you click on Grogu, he’ll use all those Midichlorians flowing through his bloodstream to force pull elements from the page down to the bottom of the screen. All the image results, for example, will be turned upside down and displaced on the lower end of the page.

Is this a massive innovation in search tech, a la ChatGPT and Bard? Absolutely not. But I would argue that being able to summon Grogu at any time is more important than being able to ask a generative AI bot to write a poem about him or whatever it is people do with ChatGPT.

In any case, this is a fun way to waste a few minutes during your work day. Go try it out.

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