Must "such as" be followed by at least two exmaples?
When "such as" is used to give examples of something, it seems to be always followed by two or more examples. Can it be used to give only one example? Take, for example, the following sentence.
"Cartoon characters such Mickey Mouse and Snoopy are still popular."
If we omit "Mickey Mouse" or "Snoopy" and the conjunction "and", is the sentence grammatical yet?