Microsoft’s new search engine, Bing, has an xRank feature that shows the day’s most popular searches. So with it being Labor Day weekend and comedian Jerry Lewis hosting the Muscular Dystrophy telethon as he has for as long as I can remember, it makes sense that the name Jerry Lewis is at the top of the day’s most popular searches.

But Bing, it seems, has never heard of Jerry Lewis, the comedian. Instead, it thinks all those people are searching for information about Charles J. (Jerry) Lewis, a U.S. representative from California. He’s the white-haired guy pictured on Bing below.

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