It's that time of the year when everyone reveals their Best of 2014 Lists.
So, who and what made the “top of the top” list? Yeah, we're talking about Google, folks.
Here are the 10 most popular searches in the U.S. for this year.
Nope, NewsFix didn't make the cut. Hey, there's always next year.
But the Ukraine Crisis did, coming in at #10.
No surprise for #9. People actually googled the movie Frozen more than the future king of England and Beyoncé’s baby?
Number 8, all the drama unfolding in Ferguson.
Then ISIS, the world's most dangerous group of terrorists lands at #7.
Number 6 had folks taking a cold plunge for a cause. Or was it just for the attention?
Number 5, apparently the Flappy Bird app has folks hooked.
And it looks like folks haven't forgotten Malaysia Airlines, still missing after nine months.
When Ebola hit home, it revved up the Google search engine. Well, enough to make the #3 spot.
Sports came in second place. No, not the Cowboys but FIFA.
As for number 1? The tragic death of a guy who made us laugh. Maybe we kept googling Robin Williams' name because we kept hoping it wasn't true.
Geesh, when you look at the list, it's pretty damn depressing.
Hey, where's Pharrell when you need him? Happy!!