Vulture’s Lauren Duca actually cataloged the numerous name-drops, logos, and references to Google in the movie, and it’s more than we had even expected.
In addition to all the times that someone uses Gmail, Google+, Google Play, or Google search, there are bought-and-paid-for lines actually spoken by Vince Vaughn’s character Billy and Nick, played by Owen Wilson:
Billy: “Google, the place is amazing — they’ve got nap pods!”
Billy: “Google needs us, Google wants us.”
Nick: “You sweet son of a bitch, you got us a job at Google?”
Nick: “I want us to go to California and I want us to get these jobs at Google.”
In total, we counted 52 references on the Vulture list. With a runtime of 119 minutes, that means there is a Google reference every 2.3 minutes in the movie.
On a tangential topic unrelated to blatant product placement, we feel obliged to point out that Internship director Shawn Levy used to be an actor, and that he starred as the big-haired, small-town punk terror in the 1987 not-classic Zombie Nightmare, which went on to become arguably the funniest Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode ever: