Great trios throughout history and culture

The Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.

Medeski, Martin and Wood.

Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Rock, Paper and Scissors.

Rum, Buggery and the Lash.

Beer, Brats and Buffalo Wings.

Earth, Wind and Fire.

Army, Navy and Marines. (Or Army, Navy and Air Force, since I guess the Marines are technically under the control of the Navy, I guess.)

What are more things that specifically go together in groups of three? It could be musical groups, historical figures, or just nouns in general like some of the above that are often described in groups of three.

The Past and the Present and the Future,
Faith And Hope And Charity,
The Heart And The Brain And The Body,
Give you three as a magic number.

Id, Ego, Super-ego.

Heaven, Hell, Purgatory.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.

Peter, Paul & Mary?

In, Out, Shake It All About?

Tinker, Evers, and Chance?

Tom, Dick and Harry

Shake, Rattle, and Roll

“Me and you and a dog named Boo…”

Abraham, Martin and John

Left, right and centre

Me, myself and I

You and me and everyone we know

Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll

Monroe, Curtis & Lemmon in Some Like it Hot

Crosby, Stills and Nash

Winkin’, Blinkin’ and Nod

Mind, Body and Spirit

Chocolate, Caramel and Pecans (Turtles)

Maiden, Mother and . . . < looks at Granny Weatherwax > . . . the Other One

Red, white and blue.

Executive, Legislative, Judicial
Creation, Preservation, Destruction
“Understanding is a three edged sword, your side, their side, and the truth.” ( Babylon 5 )
Blood, pain, death
Good, Evil, Neutral
Drunk, sober, knurd

1.)“Spahn and Sain and pray for rain.”

2.) Felipe, Matty and Jesus

3.) Hook, Line and Sinker

4.) Game, Set, Match

Thanks to Len Deighton for 3 and 4.

Alecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone; the Furies.
Larry, Curly, Moe; the Stooges.
Right/Left; Forward/Back; Up/Down; the three directions of movement.
The Three Little Piggies.
Straight, Bisexual, Gay.

Lee, Lifeson, and Peart

We got this far without mentioning Kirk, Spock and McCoy?

Opposite, Hypotenuse and Adjacent.

Alvin, Simon, and Theodore.