Wait. What? #1

These answers are sort of related, somehow. Once you get a few answers, the relationship will be more obvious.
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Last updated: February 12, 2021
First submittedJune 4, 2018
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One millionth of a meter.
A symbol used to indicate a long vowel in some languages. Or a French President.
A small round cake (cookie) with a meringue-like consistency, consisting of two halves sandwiching a creamy filling.
Light, chewy cookie made from coconut or almonds.
A variety of pasta formed in narrow tubes.
An actor who was in at least one movie in each decade between 1926 and 2014, including Breakfast At Tiffany's, Night At The Museum, and National Velvet..
Mickey Rooney
He shared the Nobel Prize in Physics with Karl Braun for his contributions to radio communications.
A line dance song about a girl who cheats on her boyfriend, with two of his friends, after he's been drafted into the army.
Airport serving Las Vegas.
Throw wads of cash in the air.
make it rain
Nickname of a retired, star receiver of the Detroit Lions of the NFL.
Sally, from When Harry Met Sally.
Meg Ryan
Splitting headache.
Level 27
Jun 10, 2018
micrometre should be accepted for the first question as it is 1 millionth of a metre. and i tried in uk and us spelling and couldn't work ou why I was wrong.
Level 54
May 28, 2019
the date on the mickey rooney one seems wrong. maybe 2014 instead of 1914?
Level 65
Jun 13, 2019
Thank you.
Level 51
May 31, 2020
Where's the yellow box?
Level 65
May 31, 2020
It hardly seemed necessary. Is there a reason you want one?
Level 51
May 31, 2020
No, but it says "Enter answer corresponding to the yellow box" on top of the answer box...
Level 65
May 31, 2020
DOH! Thanks.
Level 53
Sep 2, 2020
Very US-centric, but I like the concept