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Famous Trios Quiz

Guess the missing members of these famous threesomes.
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Famous Trio
Niña, Pinta and the Santa María
Moe, Larry and Curly
The Father, The Son, and the Holy Ghost
Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
Lions, Tigers and Bears (oh my!)
Executive, Legislative and Judicial
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Alvin, Simon and Theodore
Famous Trio
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Crosby, Stills and Nash
Tall, Dark and Handsome
Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato
Huey, Dewey and Louie
Ctrl, Alt, Delete
Lights, Camera, Action
Snap, Crackle and Pop
Famous Trio
Peter, Paul and Mary
Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll
Game, Set, Match
Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh
Reading, Writing and Arithmetic
Friends, Romans, Countrymen
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Earth, Wind & Fire
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Apr 14, 2013
(37)
Got 'em all, no sweat! There should be more like this. ;)
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May 8, 2013
(17)
16/24 :/
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May 8, 2013
anasset
(51)
22/24- couldn't remember Simon from the Chipmunks. Fun quiz though!
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May 9, 2013
marnie
(10)
Lots of these only famous in the united States! Never heard of Moe/Larry /Curly,or indeed the 3-4 under that.
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May 9, 2013
Kenneth182
(26)
Father, Son, & Holy Ghost is united States specific??
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Jun 1, 2013
martryn
(36)
Not really an excuse. The Three Stooges are classic. No excuse for not knowing them. The Wizard of Oz, also classic. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly is a spaghetti Western. It wasn't even filmed in America. I hate hearing people make excuses for crap like this.
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Sep 26, 2013
dunkinggandalf
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The Three Stooges are not popular anywhere outside of America, so, yes, I believe it IS a good excuse not to know them. I'd love to see how some of the high and mighty over here would fare in a quiz about another culture.
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Nov 17, 2014
(49)
You've never heard of the 3 Stooges? Seriously? I didn't know a couple of them (I'm assuming Americanisms) but I knew the rest.
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Oct 2, 2013
(51)
Create a Quiz!
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Dec 2, 2013
thaxRax
(35)
Yea I thought this was very U.S.-centered. Fun, but easy for an American.
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Feb 8, 2015
(29)
I so want you to accept Holy Toast as an acceptable answer :P
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May 27, 2013
(49)
or Holy Goat as stated in four weddings and a funeral
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Apr 25, 2014
ctleng76
(45)
You should accept "Del" for delete since the other two are abbreviated.
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Jun 18, 2013
braindump82
(34)
I agree. Ctrl Alt, Dlt or Del. Stick with abbreviation.
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Sep 7, 2013
zerfallen
(39)
Look at your keyboard, assuming standard QWERTY style, you have a Ctrl, an Alt, and a Delete key. There is no "Del" to be found.
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Nov 9, 2013
akwildrose
(48)
I agree about using "del" as an abbreviation. My keyboard says that.
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Apr 20, 2015
(64)
The numpad "delete" says Del.
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Jul 26, 2015
memoiandmyself
(20)
couldn't arithmancy also count? And also isn't there the phrase, the father the son and the holy trinity??
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Jun 22, 2013
(36)
Arithmancy is a form of divination, so it wouldn't be grouped with reading and writing. The Holy Trinity includes the Father and the Son.
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Nov 10, 2013
(33)
They should really add the Dutch Trio
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Aug 18, 2013
(19)
what is friends, romans, countrymen from? a speech? if you know, please respond without being arrogant, thanks!
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Feb 2, 2014
Lizardlea
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It's from Antony's speech in Julius Caesar. Only reason I know was that I had to memorize it in high school. :)
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Apr 22, 2014
(44)
before that Cicero used it in a famous speech I believe. But it was in Julius Caesar the play by Shakespear
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Feb 8, 2015
OldBeerGuy58
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From Wikipedia: "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears" is the first line of a famous and often-quoted speech by Mark Antony in the play Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare. It is taken from Act III, scene II.
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Feb 6, 2014
akwildrose
(48)
Thanks for that. I had no idea. :)
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Apr 20, 2015
(20)
This is a fun quiz. I got them all with two minute left. :D
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Mar 22, 2014
APHill
(46)
Nice! Got them all with 2:57 remaining.
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Oct 27, 2014
(13)
Who are these random names???
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Feb 7, 2015
(44)
lol I must have misspelled Gold? ;)
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Feb 8, 2015
awilkov
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only 40% for romans????
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Apr 15, 2015
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