Can You Name These Famous Duos?

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Do you know about the greatest and most famous duos of all time? Can you name all these duos whose personalities are described in the quiz below? Attempt this quiz, and your scores will give you the answer. We can't talk about Tom without involving Jerry. You may know Batman and Robin, who doesn't, but how many other famous duos do you recognize? Some are tough, and some are easy, so give it a go and see if you are a duo mastermind. Go for the quiz, then!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    He was a straight-laced guy who went on to be an FBI profiler. She was a fun-loving hippy, so what are the names of these characters?  

    • A.

      Jenna & Thomas

    • B.

      Joanie & Chachi

    • C.

      Dharma & Greg

    • D.

      William & Mary

    Correct Answer
    C. Dharma & Greg
    Explanation
    The names Dharma and Greg are associated with characters who have contrasting personalities. Dharma is described as a fun-loving hippy, while Greg is described as a straight-laced guy. This suggests that the names Dharma and Greg are the most suitable for the given description.

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  • 2. 

    He is a little boy who's never grown up. She caused fan outrage when she left the partnership. What are the names of these will they/won't they crime fighting partners? 

    • A.

      Tony & Jeanne

    • B.

      Tony & Ziva

    • C.

      Ziva & Tim

    • D.

      Gibbs and Jenny

    Correct Answer
    B. Tony & Ziva
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Tony & Ziva. In the given question, it is mentioned that the crime-fighting partners have a "will they/won't they" dynamic, which implies a romantic tension between them. Among the given options, Tony and Ziva are the only pair who fit this description. The other options do not suggest any romantic involvement between the partners. Therefore, Tony & Ziva is the correct answer.

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  • 3. 

    Now a real couple; he was the man in power and she was the woman behind the man in power. Who are they?

    • A.

      Franklin D Roosevelt & Eleanor Roosevelt

    • B.

      Theodore Roosevelt & Edith Roosevelt

    • C.

      John F Kennedy & Jackie Kennedy

    • D.

      Herbert Hoover & Lou Henry Hoover

    Correct Answer
    A. Franklin D Roosevelt & Eleanor Roosevelt
    Explanation
    Franklin D Roosevelt was the man in power as he served as the 32nd President of the United States. Eleanor Roosevelt was the woman behind the man in power as she played a significant role as First Lady and was actively involved in social and political issues during her husband's presidency.

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  • 4. 

    Classic cartoon friends who hung out in Jellystone Park? Who are they?

    • A.

      Yogi & Boo Boo

    • B.

      Big Bear & Tiny Bear

    • C.

      Yoga & Bo Bo

    • D.

      Scooby & Scrappy Doo

    Correct Answer
    A. Yogi & Boo Boo
    Explanation
    Yogi and Boo Boo are the classic cartoon friends who hung out in Jellystone Park. They are well-known characters from the Yogi Bear show, where Yogi, a clever and witty bear, and his sidekick Boo Boo, a small and timid bear, would often get into various misadventures while trying to steal picnic baskets and outsmart the park ranger, Mr. Ranger. The show was popular for its humor and the dynamic between Yogi and Boo Boo, making them a beloved duo in the world of cartoons.

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  • 5. 

    Even for fans of 70s TV, this might be a hard one. She is an attorney, who hires a conman and his friends to help her with cases. What were the characters known as in the title of the show?

    • A.

      Stefanie & Harold

    • B.

      Jonathan & Jennifer

    • C.

      Remington & Laura

    • D.

      Feather & Father

    Correct Answer
    D. Feather & Father
  • 6. 

    You don't recognize this duo? You cannot be serious. They were a top tennis double act in the 1980s, but who are they?

    • A.

      John McEnroe & Bjorn Borg

    • B.

      John McEnroe & Peter Fleming

    • C.

      Peter Fleming & Jimmy Connors

    • D.

      John McEnroe & John Lloyd

    Correct Answer
    B. John McEnroe & Peter Fleming
    Explanation
    John McEnroe and Peter Fleming were a top tennis double act in the 1980s. They were known for their successful partnership and were considered one of the best doubles teams of their time. McEnroe was a highly skilled and talented player, known for his fiery temperament on the court, while Fleming was known for his solid and reliable style of play. Together, they achieved great success and won numerous titles, making them a well-known duo in the world of tennis.

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  • 7. 

    This one is easy. There probably isn't anyone who hasn't seen this movie. So who is the rich guy and who is the working girl? 

    • A.

      Edward & Vivian

    • B.

      Richard & Julia

    • C.

      Edward & Kit

    • D.

      Homer & Kit

    Correct Answer
    A. Edward & Vivian
    Explanation
    In the movie, "Edward & Vivian" refers to the characters played by Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in the film "Pretty Woman". Edward is the rich guy, a wealthy businessman, while Vivian is the working girl, a prostitute whom Edward hires for a week. The movie is widely popular and well-known, making this an easy question for most people.

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  • 8. 

    A duos quiz wouldn't been complete without these two. Doh!

    • A.

      Bart & Marge

    • B.

      Homer & Patty

    • C.

      Bart & Selma

    • D.

      Homer & Marge

    Correct Answer
    D. Homer & Marge
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Homer & Marge because they are a well-known and iconic couple from the television show The Simpsons. Bart and Marge are not a couple, and neither are Homer and Patty or Bart and Selma.

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  • 9. 

    It gets harder now, no multiple choice, just tell us who the name of the other member of the duo. These two are crime fighting ladies. Cagney and ...  

    Correct Answer
    Lacey, lacey
    Explanation
    The other member of the duo is Lacey. The question is referring to the crime fighting duo Cagney and Lacey, where Lacey is the name of the other member.

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  • 10. 

    They know a very cool guy named Simba. Pumbaa and ...

    Correct Answer
    Timon, timon
    Explanation
    The given answer "Timon, timon" is a repetition of the name "Timon". In the statement, it is mentioned that they know a cool guy named Simba, and the repetition of Timon's name suggests that Timon is the other person they know. Therefore, the correct answer is "Timon, timon".

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  • 11. 

    Who is this loved up couple? Beyoncé and ...  

    Correct Answer
    Jay Z, jay z
    Explanation
    This loved up couple refers to Beyoncé and Jay Z. They are a popular celebrity couple in the music industry. Beyoncé is a renowned singer, songwriter, and actress, while Jay Z is a successful rapper, songwriter, and businessman. They have been together for many years and have collaborated on various music projects. Their relationship is often admired and celebrated by their fans.

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  • 12. 

    An unlikely friendship, but a cool one. Zach and ...

    Correct Answer
    Screech, screech
  • 13. 

    Catch the pigeon, it's Dastardly and ...

    Correct Answer
    Muttley, muttley
    Explanation
    The given answer "Muttley, muttley" is the correct response because it completes the phrase "Catch the pigeon, it's Dastardly and ..." The phrase is a reference to the animated series "Wacky Races" where the character Dick Dastardly and his sidekick Muttley were constantly trying to catch a pigeon named Yankee Doodle Pigeon. The repetition of "Muttley, muttley" emphasizes the presence of Muttley as Dastardly's partner in their pursuit of the pigeon.

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  • 14. 

    Fugitives from the law, Bonnie and ...

    Correct Answer
    Clyde, clyde
  • 15. 

    A royal love story, Edward and ...

    Correct Answer
    Mrs Simpson
    Wallis Simpson
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Mrs Simpson, Wallis Simpson. This answer is correct because Wallis Simpson was the woman Edward VIII fell in love with and eventually married. Their relationship caused a major scandal as Wallis was an American divorcee, which was considered unacceptable for a British monarch at the time. Edward's love for Wallis ultimately led to his abdication from the throne in 1936.

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