Russ Wilhelm won this round on January 31, 2023. There were 32 goos.

Players this round: Russ Wilhelm (32 goos solved, a perfect score), LaVonne Lemler (26 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (26 goos solved), Steve West (26 goos solved), Erik Bates (8 goos solved), Scott Hardie (6 goos solved), and Samir Mehta (5 goos solved).

Rocky Johnson

This Canadian wrestler died in 2020, but if he was still wrestling, the crowd would be chanting "Rocky Rocky Rocky!" Go »

John Duval Gluck

Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is an embezzler. Go »

Fabien Cousteau

Être originaire de France pourrait amener ce cinéaste à décider de vivre sous l'eau à Halloween et pourrait se faire attaquer par un requin à l'air mystérieux. Go »

Stan Lee

Face front, True Believers! This copious creator of comic-book characters isn't here celebrate his cool centennial, so we'll have to cover it for him. 'Nuff said! Go »

William Daniels

He starred simultaneously in two of NBC's biggest hits of the 1980s, but you rarely saw his face, in one show because he often wore a surgical mask, and in the other because he was playing a black machine. Go »

Rose Valland

She rescued works by Braque, Cézanne, Degas, Dufy, Gauguin, Modigliani, Picasso, Toulouse-Lautrec and Utrillo, but the only painting of her is on a postage stamp. Go »

Jared Keeso

When he created a hit Canadian comedy, he gave himself plum roles as a produce farmer and hockey player. Go »

Gosiame Thamara Sithole

Having babies is a happy thing but having a bunch of babies can be painful. So can being admitted to a psychiatric ward. Go »

Andy Williams

The most wonderful time of the year is when this singer belts out some of his classic hits, which could be re-imagined for our game as "Goo River," "(Where Goo I Begin) Love Story," and "Can't Get Used to Losing Goo." Go »

Cassandra King

Her husband's novels were adapted into popular films, but this Southern novelist was more than just a wife on weekends, and she made some waves of her own. Who's the king? Go »

Jules Cotard

Most doctors you go see before you're dead. Go »

Aaron Taylor-Johnson

He kicked the Avengers' asses into many little pieces. Go »

Jake Angeli

After he messed with the bull (both -shit and -horn), a federal judge gave him the horns. Go »

George Aird

This respected aviator ejected from an English interceptor prototype and broke both legs after crashing through a greenhouse - but survived to fly again. Go »

Carol Aebersold

This Chicagoan is a positive parent who earned a B.S. in music while sending Santa's helpers to people's houses to hide and for kids to seek. Go »

Desmond Doss

This conscientious objector won the military's highest honor. Go »

Dave Pirner

This madman frontman is outside laughing at the rain and taking off on a train and getting put into a shelter for the mentally ill. Go »

Ward Cunningham

If you've ever enjoyed a collaboratively-edited website, then you can thank this programmer and his Hawaiian vacation for inspiration. Go »

Damar Hamlin

This Buffalo safety has such a reputation for playing with a lot of heart that when he woke up in a Cincinnati hospital, his first question reportedly was, "Who won the game?" Go »

Walter O'Brien

This Irish technologist might be smart enough to have taught NASA about their own security, but I still wouldn't carry him on my back across a river. Go »

Jennette McCurdy

She wasn't Carly, but she was Sam or Cat. Recently, her best-selling memoir has reignited a debate about child abuse in show business. Go »

Ke Huy Quan

Nothing in his two previous action-adventure movies indicated that he'd be able to pull off the butt-kicking, multiverse-saving laundromat operator that he plays in his 2022 hit, but then again, he was twelve when he made them. Go »

Nolan Arenado

This could be a Rockie start for this 3rd baseman because his comments were, "I really don't care what's being said. I just know that I feel disrespected over there," and "I'm not upset at the trade rumors. There's more to this than that." Go »

Greg Abbott

This governor has become well known for transporting the migrants arriving in his border state to northern cities, but that might just be to keep them safe from the winter storms that very much do mess with his state and its independent power grid. Go »

Chandro Tomar

Not many grandmothers embark on professional sports careers, and fewer still choose sharpshooting, but this Indian woman struck a bullseye and became a feminist icon. Go »

Louis Vuitton

This French luggage designer was not obsessed with the number 55. His company just likes to put his initials on its purses and other luxury products. Go »

Morgan Fairchild

After one appearance in the show named after her Texas birthplace, she starred in a series of prime time soap operas throughout the 1980s, like Flamingo Road, Paper Dolls, and Falcon Crest. Go »

Boban Janković

He was tenacious enough to carry his team into the playoffs, but he was not tougher than the concrete post holding up the hoop. Go »

H.R. Haldeman

"Culpae poenae par esto" must have been the warden's motto. This senior White House employee, who was convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice on behalf of his boss, spent his prison term working in a sewage disposal facility. Go »

Matt Haig

Thank goodness this British author found reasons to stay alive after suffering from depression and anxiety, because his books about Father Christmas and other Humans have become best-sellers. Go »

Alex Wagner

This MSNBC host used to be on now, but now she's on tonight, except when she's hosting a documentary mini-series for Showtime or a reality competition for Netflix. Go »

Cameron Sanderson

This gallinaceous YouTuber may walk or dance while playing a video game with wings spread high. Go »