Russ Wilhelm won this round on March 31, 2024. There were 31 goos.

Players this round: Russ Wilhelm (31 goos solved, a perfect score), Steve West (22 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (14 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (10 goos solved), Scott Hardie (5 goos solved), Samir Mehta (3 goos solved), and Chris Lemler (1 goo solved).

James Coburn

In his third film, he learned the hard way not to bring a knife to a gunfight. Perhaps, he was afflicted by spider-like monsters. Go »

Alina Habba

If all Trump's attorneys were this incompetent, he'll serve three lifetimes (or more) in prison. Go »

Kyle Gass

He was destined to collaborate with Jack Black beyond their film work together. Go »

John Bercow

This former speaker may, or may not be a traitor. ORDER!!! Go »

William Thomas Horton

As far as we know, he's only known for black and white illustrations, and not for committing violent crimes while on furlough. Go »


This Texan titan of Twitch has made a lot of green by making her fans see red, and sometimes not only fans. Go »

Alice Walker

What do Cesar, Ursula, Buzz, and this author have in common? Go »

Bette Midler

She associates with harlots and she's no saint, but she is divine. Go »

William Hanna

Despite Quimby accepting the Oscars for this series of films, this animator and his partner were the real creators. Go »

Russell Means

The last of his tribe, he inhabited a land where white men fear to tread. Go »

Percival Everett

This American writer's novel about literary success became an acclaimed film about the same, but just because he's now known in Hollywood doesn't mean he's suddenly Poitier. Go »

Carlos Ramirez

After his toothy grin leapt from 4chan to the Internet at large, the six-figure income that he's made from it has given him plenty to smile about. Go »

Ayaan Hirsi Ali

This tri-continental writer and parliamentarian could no longer submit to Islam after 9/11. Go »

Celine Song

In a past life, this wife of a potion salesman made machinima out of the Sims. Go »

Leslie Jordan

Before his 2022 death, he had both the will and the grace to find success in a TV career that spanned shows as diverse as Ally McBeal, American Horror Story, and Hearts Afire. Go »

Gilbert King

His books (and popular podcast) about falsely accused criminals in Louisiana and Florida have earned him a Pulitzer. Who's the king? Go »

Charlotte Gainsbourg

If the songs that she sings sound melancholic, they amount to the memoir of a French woman born famous. Go »

John Javna

His punningly eponymous books have pantloads of articles designed to be read in the time of an average bowel movement. Go »

Fats Domino

This rock and roll pioneer asked, "Am I blue?" After recording "Blue Christmas," "Blue Monday," "Blueberry Hill," and "My Blue Heaven," he certainly wasn't black and white like his name. Go »

Carl Orff

If you learned to play a recorder in grade school, it was not part of a Nazi plot to teach you Carmina Burana... but that wouldn't be too far from the truth. Go »

Julius Caesar

This Roman ruler was killed by a friend's Brutal betrayal, not by the middle of the month as he had been warned. Go »

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

His unstoppable, sky-high hook shot made him one of the top-scoring players in NBA history. Go »

Ayaka Furue

Five feet sounds like too many to play golf, but it turns out to be just enough in the case of this eight-time Japanese champ. Go »

Max Weinberg

He's known for drumming on an alphabetical street, being from a state full of gardens, goofing around late at night on TV, and his family's connection to a knot that comes undone when pulled. Go »

Caitlin Clark

This Iowan All-American is breaking scoring NCAA records left and right after leading her Big Ten team to the national championships for the first time. Go »

Tony Randall

He portrayed one half of a famously odd couple, and eight faces in 7 Faces of Dr. Lao. Go »

Walter White

He was full of contradictions: Being Black but looking white, advancing colored people while being White, and doing good while breaking bad. Go »

Eddie Olczyk

The NHL is no longer on NBC, but he still has plenty of colorful comments to make about the sport that he spent 16 years playing, 2 years coaching, and 1 year winning with the Rangers three decades ago. Go »

Lauren Boebert

It's not surprising that this controversial Coloradan has focused on gun rights since being elected to the House in 2020, since she owned a restaurant called Shooters in the town of Rifle that took "open carry" as its theme. Go »

John DeLorean

This engineer and business executive created a number of classic cars from Pontiac's GTO to the Firebird, but his name will forever be linked to the unpainted, gull-winged flop that put his company out of business in the 1980s but was spotted above Hill Valley, California as recently as 2015. Go »

Ursula K. Le Guin

The two best-known works of this American novelist each kicked off a decades-long series: A Wizard of Earthsea and The Left Hand of Darkness. Go »