Out of a lineup of six white men with white hair, could you identify Donald Trump's running mate?

That's what Michael Che and Colin Jost, the anchors of Saturday Night Live's news show Weekend Update, are asking passersby in Cleveland to do, presumably for their MSNBC Update special and/or correspondent stint on Today show Wednesday.

We ran into the co-hosts near the Quicken Loans Arena, where the Republican National Convention is taking place this week. Che was at the mic, talking to someone who had trouble finding Indiana Gov. Mike Pence out of a board, held by Jost, of six men. The task proved challenging.

For the record, Che wasn't lying in the video.

Here's the real Mike Pence! (Photo: Mandi Wright-USA TODAY Sports)
Here's the real Mike Pence! (Photo: Mandi Wright-USA TODAY Sports)

Here are some of the white-haired non-Pence faces that were on the guessing boards: Mad Men actor John Slattery, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky, Playboy editor-in-chief Hugh Hefner, Frasier actor John Mahoney and character actor David Morse.