Brace yourself … bad warthog puns are coming.

Someone at the Detroit Zoo is a big “Game of Thrones” fan. Four of the five piglets born back in April have made their debut Wednesday in their habitat near the Africa Train Station at the Detroit Zoo and they have some fantastic names.

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HBO’s popular drama “Game of Thrones” served as the inspiration for naming the the three females: Daenerys, Sansa and Cersei and the two males: Tyrion and Hodor.

Can’t you hear the jokes already? It’s only a matter of time before guests attempt to communicate only by shouting “Hodor”.

“A warthog always wallows in the mud.”

“Game of Tusks”

“Piglets are coming.”

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“Iron Burrow”

Post your “Game of Thrones” warthog one-liners in the comments section below.

(credit: Jennie Miller/Detroit Zoo)

(credit: Jennie Miller/Detroit Zoo)

(credit: Jennie Miller/Detroit Zoo)

(credit: Jennie Miller/Detroit Zoo)

(credit: Jennie Miller/Detroit Zoo)

(credit: Jennie Miller/Detroit Zoo)

(credit: Jennie Miller/Detroit Zoo)

(credit: Jennie Miller/Detroit Zoo)

The smallest of the quintuplets is being cared for behind the scenes until he gains enough weight to join the rest of the group.

This is the third warthog birth at the Detroit Zoo in three years for mother Lilith, 10, and father Linus, 5, bringing the Zoo’s number of warthogs to 12.

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“We’re thrilled to have this new litter to add to our warthog family. Like all pigs, warthogs are smart and precocious and a lot of fun to watch running and rooting around in their habitat,” said Scott Carter, chief life sciences officer for the Detroit Zoological Society.