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Famous Duos Quiz #2

Name the missing partner in the famous duos listed below.
Last updated: August 30, 2018
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Duo
Barbie & Ken
David & Goliath
Starsky & Hutch
Hall & Oates
Siskel & Ebert
Penn & Teller
Duo
Cheech & Chong
Rocky & Bullwinkle
Phineas & Ferb
Hansel & Gretel
Wayne & Garth
Samson & Delilah
Duo
Jekyll & Hyde
Abbott & Costello
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern
Lady & the Tramp
Regis & Kathie Lee
Ren & Stimpy
Duo
Lewis & Clark
Siegfried & Roy
Mork & Mindy
Gilbert & Sullivan
Gomez & Morticia
Jeeves & Wooster
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level 25
Jul 10, 2013
Who's Lewis and Clark. I presume you didn't mean Lois and Clark
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level 70
Jul 12, 2013
Army captains who were sent by President Jefferson to map the American northwest in about 1805. They led the Corps of Discovery, went from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean and back, looking for a navigable route (which doesn't exist). Very heroic, took a couple of years. Along with their soldiers, they took a French guide and his Native American wife and baby son. The wife, Sacagawea, was instrumental in their expedition in many places.
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level 45
Apr 17, 2015
I'm British, but have heard of Lewis and Clark!
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level 56
Mar 18, 2016
Sacagawea has been featured on our $1 coins in the past. So yes, Americans hold these people in high regards.
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level 45
Nov 16, 2018
I am British and I have heard of Lewis and Clark. Brilliant book by Stephen E Ambrose, who also wrote A Band of Brothers upon which the memorable TV series was based.
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level 49
Jul 13, 2013
Please tell me you don't live in America....
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level 25
Jul 13, 2013
I don't, I'm from England, UK
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level 69
Jul 17, 2013
well i hope you got jeeves and wooster then
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level 55
Jul 29, 2016
I'm American. I got Lewis and Clark. I also got Jeeves and Wooster cause I loves me some Fry and Laurie.
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level 59
May 22, 2017
I missed Phineas and Ferb, but I don't live in Disneyland.
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level 15
Jan 11, 2018
I live in disney land, but I missed phineas and ferb. I got Micky and Mouse though.
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level 56
Mar 23, 2015
First (and only) thought was 'Lewis and Morse'. Couldn't get past that one I'm afraid - probably true for anyone growing up in the UK in the 80's & 90's when it was a HUGE TV series.
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level 75
Feb 12, 2019
I'm American so the answer came immediately to mind, but I also love the British series. My first thought along that line would have been Hathaway, since Lewis is listed first.
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level 15
Mar 21, 2016
search it online
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level 56
Mar 21, 2016
I went Lewis & Morse - as would any right minded person from the UK.
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level 60
Jun 24, 2016
Got it, but wrote Lewis and Martin first.
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level 64
Sep 11, 2018
Lewis Google and Clark Google.
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level 71
Jul 13, 2013
Gilbert & George?
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level 41
Mar 20, 2016
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level 72
Nov 16, 2017
Agreed, Gilbert & George should be accepted as well.
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level 40
Jul 14, 2013
Cool quiz, though maybe a bit easy. Nice mix of 'high' and 'popular' culture. Only missed Phineas and Ferb. I wonder if I'm missing out.
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level 47
Jul 14, 2013
Missed Wooster. Phineas and Ferb is one of the best cartoons around today. Thank god my kids like that one or I am sure my brain would fry. Plenty of adult humor that is actually funny.
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level 59
Sep 26, 2016
Phineas and Ferb are great.
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level 49
Dec 10, 2013
Am I the only one to think of Gilbert as Gilbert & Anne, from L.M. Montgomery's famous books telling the story of Anne of Green Gables?
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level 38
May 31, 2015
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level 38
Jul 7, 2015
*tongue sticking out*
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level 14
Dec 28, 2013
what about bert and ernie? :(
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level 64
Jan 31, 2014
Regis is the more obvious answer for "Kathie Lee," but Hoda should be acceptable since they've been on air together for over five years now.
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level 29
Jun 17, 2015
Ditto!
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level 66
Apr 16, 2014
Never heard of Jeeves & Wooster. Some other toughies in there, but that's the only one I missed. Good quiz! :D
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level 45
Nov 16, 2018
Highly recommend those books and the Hugh Laurie (of House fame) and Stephen Fry play the hapless young man and his valet really really well in a 1980's series.
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level 48
May 17, 2014
Agree that Hoda should be acceptable for Kathy Lee as should Martin for Lewis :)
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level 65
Nov 17, 2014
How about Garfunkel and Oates?
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level 76
Dec 4, 2015
The only Oates I could think of was the one on Scott's South Pole expedition.
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level 67
May 13, 2017
I also tried Scott and then Evans to no avail.
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level 43
Mar 17, 2016
Well I got your obscure musical comedy act reference. Well played.
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level 67
Jul 19, 2018
Didn't get this last time I took the quiz. Now that I know who they are, I'm pleased to be able to give you a like!
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level 64
Sep 11, 2018
I saw them play at Simon Hall.
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level 45
May 31, 2015
Who/what are Siskel and Ebert and Ren and Stimpy?
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level 45
Nov 16, 2018
Siskel And Ebert were film critics who had a show where they compared reviews. Never heard of Ren and Stimpy either.
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level 7
Oct 11, 2015
got on random. 9. :(
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level 16
Jan 27, 2016
it's Kathie Lee and Hoda, not Kathie Lee and Regis. if you want Regis it goes with Kelly
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level 69
Aug 20, 2016
Regis and Kathy Lee were on for 12 years. He was on with Kelly for 11. He is on with neither now and hasn't been with Kelly since 2011 so you would be wrong. For me and I'm sure others familiar with the show during Regis' tenure, Regis and Kathy Lee comes to mind before Regis and Kelly. They were the original pair and established the format of the show.
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level 54
Feb 22, 2016
Saw Abbott &, thought "hmm... Turnbull?" Saw Lewis &, thought Simon. Saw Wooster, thought Gilgamesh. Pff.
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level 41
Mar 17, 2016
I'm British, so I only got 5/24
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level 48
Mar 19, 2016
I'm British, and got 20. Didn't think it was hard, tbh. Lewis and Clark were WORLD famous!
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level 67
Jul 1, 2017
Lewis and Clarke aren't that famous. I've never heard of them, and judging by a few comments above quite a few other Brits haven't either.
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level 76
Oct 25, 2018
I only know Lewis and Clark from Night at the Museum.
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level 34
Mar 17, 2016
Love the Hamlet reference
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level 35
Mar 17, 2016
I thought you were talking about Garfunkel and Oakes.
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level 52
Mar 18, 2016
Sad that so few are familiar with the absolutely brilliantly witty Jeeves & Wooster series by P.G.Wodehouse. The books, the TV series, the audiobooks...all are, as someone else said, stellar.
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level 58
Apr 3, 2017
Mork and Gork?
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level 14
May 22, 2017
What about the duo who very famously said "Prepare for trouble, and make it double!"? I'm sure you all know of whom i speak
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level 21
Jul 22, 2017
Where are Rick and Morty lol
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level 67
Dec 21, 2017
Thankfully not on this quiz.
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level 38
Aug 29, 2017
I was trying Siegfried and brunnhild, never thougth about roy
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level 44
Jan 18, 2018
i put lewis and morse also, i'm english
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level 37
Mar 2, 2018
Why is Pamela Anderson not on this one?
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level 49
Jul 19, 2018
Because Dolly Parton is a more famous duo?
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level 45
Mar 29, 2018
Mario and Luigi?
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level 49
Jul 19, 2018
Folks, mention all your favorite duos that didn't make the quiz, or better yet make another one yourself. But please note that this quiz did not claim to be a comprehensive list of every famous duo that ever existed.
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level 28
Aug 24, 2018
Garfunkel & Oates? I know it's kind of obvious that Garfunkel wouldn't have fit in that blank but still...
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level 24
Jan 15, 2019
I'm Australian, and I got every single one.
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level 75
Feb 12, 2019
My first thought for Garth was Trisha, Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks.