Famous Duos Quiz #1

Can you name the missing partner in these famous duos?
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Last updated: January 10, 2020
First submittedAugust 16, 2012
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Duo
Batman & Robin
Sonny & Cher
Simon & Garfunkel
Harold & Kumar
Jack & Jill
Mulder & Scully
Mary-Kate & Ashley
Itchy & Scratchy
Duo
Bonnie & Clyde
Thelma & Louise
Boris & Natasha
Laverne & Shirley
Rodgers & Hammerstein
Tarzan & Jane
Chip & Dale
Bert & Ernie
Duo
Romeo & Juliet
Tristan & Isolde
Will & Grace
Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid
Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis
Statler & Waldorf
Marx & Engels
Milo & Otis
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Level 30
Sep 12, 2012
never heard of Tristan and Isolde.
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Level 63
Sep 12, 2012
Is Tristan also spelled w/ an m on the end?
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Level 79
Aug 29, 2013
There's a separate unrelated work called Tristam Shandy, which you might be thinking of.
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Level 74
Sep 26, 2013
That's TristRam Shandy. You still come across people called Tristram in the UK. If ever you do come across one, give them a slap, they love it.
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Level 79
Dec 9, 2015
Yes, it is, sometimes.
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Level 67
Feb 4, 2016
It is sometimes spelled Tristram, just as Isolde is also sometimes spelled Isoude or Iseult. It's basically an older version of Lancelot and Guinevere.
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Level 35
Jul 30, 2013
I think Will and Kate should be accepted. That's the first thing I went for.
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Level 75
Sep 25, 2014
+2. That was my obvious answer.
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Level 76
Feb 4, 2016
just no
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Level 43
Sep 4, 2013
Like the quiz. It was fun. Got 21 out of 24. Missed Marx and Engels. Did not know Tristan & Isolde or Statler & Waldorf.
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Level 78
Sep 18, 2014
I love Statler and Waldorf, the cranky old Muppet hecklers.
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Level 63
Jun 23, 2015
Only 12% for Statler & Waldorf... I'm shocked!
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Level 67
Feb 4, 2016
I was really happy to see these guys get a shout out. I'm not sure they ever even got mentioned by name in the show. I can see why people didn't know who they were.
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Level 63
Aug 24, 2017
I seem to recall Statler & Waldorf are the first names. Surnames, respectively, are Hilton & Astoria.
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Level 70
Jun 9, 2019
I'm pretty sure that those are indeed their first names, but I don't think they've been given official last names. I do know that Waldorf's is almost certainly not "Astoria," because that's his wife's name.
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Level 57
Dec 6, 2013
love statler and waldorf and will and grace
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Level 56
Jul 24, 2014
Roy and Dale (Rogers) for us old guys!
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Level 78
Sep 18, 2014
More for us old folks - Lenny and Squiggy, Beany and Cecil, Lucy and Desi, Gable and Lombard, Bogey and Bacall, Gidget and Moondoggie, Seals and Crofts, Chad and Jeremy, Peter and Gordon...
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Level 84
Feb 11, 2015
Yeah, I typed Roy 3 times before I realized it was wrong. Then went to Hill and Dale before I thought of the chipmunks.
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Level 77
Feb 7, 2016
Chip and Dale are from the same time period as Roy and Dale.
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Level 70
Jun 9, 2019
Chip 'n' Dale have been around since 1943, only a few years after Roy Rogers's film debut. If you're old enough to know one, you're young enough to know the other ;)
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Level 78
Sep 18, 2014
I'd never heard of Itchy and Scratchy so I googled it, and now I know why I didn't know it - I've never seen an episode of the Simpsons. No idea why, just never have taken the time to check it out.
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Level 50
Oct 9, 2014
For the 'Dale' question, it took me forever to get Chip. All I could think of was hill....

Ya tim'rous beastie.

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Level 49
Oct 25, 2016
same hill and dale is all I could come up with
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Level 59
Feb 4, 2016
What about Hall and Oates?
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Level 75
Feb 4, 2016
You don't have to be a Marxist to think it a bit sad (just from a knowledge of history perspective) that far more people know Mary-Kate and Ashley than Marx and Engels.
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Level 63
Feb 4, 2016
How do only 24% of people know about the Communist Manifesto?
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Level 82
Sep 23, 2016
What's that?
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Level 63
Sep 5, 2016
Was I the only one thinking of Tucker & Dale?
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Level 66
Nov 17, 2016
I think I've spent too long reading textbooks, I tried Rang & Dale's Pharmacology before I thought of Chip
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Level 64
Dec 19, 2016
Does no one remember the muppets!?!
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Level 51
May 2, 2017
Add Ben and Jerry please!
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Level 70
May 7, 2017
Someone save me a trip to Google, "Boris and Natasha"???
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Level 63
Aug 24, 2017
The evil Russians in the Rocky/Bullwinkle cartoons.
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Level 30
Dec 17, 2017
My mind went to Sex and the City and I typed Big
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Level 73
Jul 4, 2017
Hill and dale? Chip and dale?
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Level 24
Nov 4, 2017
I am only 11 years old, and the first one that i immediately guessed correctly was "Laverne and Shirley." Its sad that nobody my age knows what Seinfeld, Laverne and Shirley, and I dream of Jeannie is.
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Level 71
Sep 20, 2018
It's not sad, tv programs are unimportant rubbish....... It's sad when young people know nothing about real and important people from history that did good for humanity.
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Level 70
Jun 9, 2019
Yes, like Statler and Waldorf!
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Level 67
Dec 21, 2017
I think one reason that Marx & Engels has such a low percentage is that in many cases, Marx gets all the credit. I had learned of Marx and the Communist Manifesto many years before finding out there was a second author.
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Level 79
Aug 31, 2018
And I think people taking this quiz are more interested in other topics. They expect Tv characters and other celebreties.
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Level 58
Sep 20, 2018
Marx and Engles never had a tv show. Pitch it to the networks. The Slap stick comedy stylings of Marx and Engles. Make it a movie. Great idea!
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Level 65
Mar 16, 2020
This should be renamed to "Somewhat famous duos if you are 40+ years old and American"
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Level 82
Aug 1, 2020
Yeah. Marx and Engels are super popular among American baby boomers.
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Level 54
Nov 22, 2020
Wow I used to watch Milo and Otis every week when I was little
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Level 66
Nov 28, 2020
All I could think of was Hank and Dale