Can you name all these famous trios from pop culture?

Three is a magic number.

Good things come in threes, some say. Certainly, three has been a magic number in pop culture, and we're not just talking about Schoolhouse Rock! 

Below, you will find the first names of some famous trios. See if you can match them to the correct television shows, cartoons, movies and cereals.

Good luck!
  1. Larry, Moe & Curly were members of which classic comedy group?
  2. Alvin, Simon & Theodore had a No. 1 hit song in 1958 as members of which group?
  3. You could find Snap, Crackle & Pop on boxes of which cereal?
  4. Jack, Janet & Chrissy had audiences laughing in which '70s sitcom?
  5. Bobby, Peter & Greg were the sons of which classic TV clan?
  6. Bruce, Dick & Barbara fought the bad guys on which '60s show?
  7. Mike, Robbie & Chip were boys on which sitcom?
  8. Rob, Buddy & Sally were coworkers on which classic sitcom?
  9. Huey, Dewey & Louie were the nephews of which cartoon duck?
  10. Sabrina, Jill & Kelly could be seen on which series?
  11. Barry, Robin & Maurice became big names in pop music as members of…?
  12. Yakko, Wakko & Dot were the core characters of which '90s cartoon?
  13. Blossom, Bubbles & Buttercup were on which cartoon?
  14. In a 1971 Saturday morning cartoon, Hair, Bubi & Square were what species of animal?
  15. Disney's seventh animated motion picture centered around Donald, JosΓ© & Panchito. What were they called?
  16. Siblings Bill, Brett & Mark had a variety show in a 1970s. Which one?
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Dave 3 months ago
Huey, Louie and Dewey also appeared with Scrooge McDuck on the animated series DUCK TALES.
SalIanni 3 months ago
I loved the Hudson Brothers show. I used to watch it on Saturday mornings. One of the Hudson Brothers, Bill Hudson, later married Goldie Hawn and they became Kate Hudson's parents.

Another famous TV trio that should have been included: Larry, Darryl. and Darryl of "Newhart". They were hilarious.
Geronimo 3 months ago
One was tough................15/16
ForeverHappyDays 3 months ago
Missed the one about the species of animal on number 14, that was a tough one. And the last one was a lucky guess.
kissoff 3 months ago
I missed one about the 90s but who gives a shit about the 90s?
daDoctah 3 months ago
Knew the Smothers Brothers weren't a trio. There was Tom and Dick but no Harry (which was their father's nickname, but he had passed away before they got on TV).
MrBill 3 months ago
16/16; Fairly easy quiz though had to guess on a couple.
FoggyD 3 months ago
15/16 guessed on a few of these
DonS 3 months ago

What was the β€œHudon Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show” ?
daDoctah DonS 3 months ago
That's where all the supporting players from the Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour (Ted Zeigler, Billy Van, Peter Cullen, Freeman King and Murray Langston) went after that show went off the air.
Geronimo daDoctah 3 months ago
Very good πŸ‘ didn't know those supporting cast names, but I knew they were on both shows😁
JeffTanner 3 months ago
''You got 15 out of 16'' -----------Ta-da! You did it! Give yourself a high five. Or a high three.
JeffTanner JeffTanner 3 months ago
I got Number 15 wrong.
rycki1138 3 months ago
16 out of 16
Ta-da! You did it! Give yourself a high five. Or a high three.
You want to "high 3" an animal? Try a 3-toed sloth! They're so stinkin' cute!
Barry22 3 months ago
16/16, but why do I know these.
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