Samir Mehta won this season on March 2, 2012. There were 65 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (65 goos solved, a perfect score), Justin Woods (63 goos solved), Samir Mehta (63 goos solved), Steve Dunn (63 goos solved), Steve West (62 goos solved), Chris Lemler (61 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (60 goos solved), Joanna Woods (59 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (58 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (58 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (54 goos solved), Erik Bates (54 goos solved), Ryan Dunn (48 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (34 goos solved), Matthew Preston (32 goos solved), Laurie Laczkowski (9 goos solved), Mike Eberhart (7 goos solved), Amy Austin (1 goo solved), Jon Berry (1 goo solved), and Tony Peters (1 goo solved).

Kanye West

This hip-hop singer has a beautiful, dark, twisted fantasy about fish sticks. Go »

Saddam Hussein

The former ruler of Iraq now calls a much hotter place home. Go »

Jennifer Lopez

Before marrying Marc Anthony and joining American Idol, this entertainer had a hit with the song "Taco-Flavored Kisses." Go »

Michael Jackson

It's just ignorant not to recognize the singer of "Thriller" and "Beat It." Go »

Barbra Streisand

This beloved singer and actress is a well-oiled machine when it comes to earning awards for her work. Go »

Ada Lovelace

The world's first computer programmer might only have been remembered for her poet father if she hadn't been inspired by Charles Babbage. Go »

Hedy Lamarr

Although her film career sank after White Cargo and Samson & Delilah, she helped the U.S. Navy program superior torpedoes. Go »

Caterina Fake

Your only flicker of hope with this goo may be to guess on a hunch. Go »

Grace Hopper

Somebody had to help the Navy work out the bugs in COBOL, and this officer was up to the task. Go »

Julia King

This British scholar has taught students about engineering and politicians about climate change. (Who's the king?) Go »

Tom Hanks

Once known for goofy comedies like Big, he now makes serious dramas like Saving Private Ryan. Go »

Eddie Murphy

Once known for raunchy comedy like Raw, he now makes family movies like Dr. Dolittle. Go »

LeAnn Rimes

Once known for country hits like "Blue," she transitioned to adult-contemporary pop like "Looking Through Your Eyes." Go »

Ice Cube

He once performed controversial rap with N.W.A., but now makes family movies like Are We There Yet? Go »

Charlotte Church

She got her start in classical music before transitioning to better-selling pop music. Go »

Adriana Lima

I double-checked to make sure that this Victoria's Secret and Maybelline model is Brazilian, since she's named after the capital of a neighboring country. Go »

Rodrigo Santoro

He wasn't very popular with viewers of Lost, or with the three hundred Spartan soldiers who fought him. Go »

Robert Rey

Few plastic surgeons are known by the zip code they work in, even if it's the famous zip code of Beverly Hills and they're reality TV stars. Go »

Kaká

Many top footballers think they're the shit. This midfielder for Real Madrid might actually be. Go »

Andreas Pavel

Long before you walked around enjoying music on your phone or MP3 player, this inventor first made it possible, not that Sony credited him. Go »

Blackbeard

History's most famous pirate terrorized the Caribbean with Queen Anne's Revenge and history's most famous beard. Go »

Henry Morgan

The admiral of England's royal navy is more associated with rum than any other pirate, especially here. Go »

William Kidd

Legends of this Scotsman's buried treasure survive to this day, and make him almost as famous as the other "Billy the Kid." Go »

Jack Rackham

The pirate who popularized the Jolly Roger was liked by the men (and two famous women) in his crew. Go »

Bartholomew Roberts

The last great pirate of the Golden Age of Piracy was also its most accomplished, stopping only to honor the Sabbath. Go »

Kate Winslet

Like Emmy Rossum, this six-time Oscar nominee starred in a movie about a sinking ship, but hers was just a little more successful financially. Go »

Zach Weiner

Like Matthew Inman, he writes and draws a webcomic named for breakfast cereal, but his is best read on Saturday mornings. Go »

Brandy Norwood

Like Cheryl Burke, this singer competed on Dancing with the Stars, but she's better known for her UPN sitcom. Go »

Travis Cottrell

I really screwed up last season and hurt players by not crediting their guesses for this singer instead of the arsonist that I mislabeled his picture as. I hope they'll do the Christian thing and forgive me. Go »

Piper Palin

It's tough to be confused for your older sisters, but at least you're not a baby boy being confused for them. Go »

Chris Evans

This actor must be a big fan of comic books: Not only did he play Captain America and the Human Torch, he co-starred in TMNT, The Losers, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Go »

Christian Bale

He may be a 2011 Oscar winner and one of the most esteemed actors of his generation, but he still grunts his way through a hole in a face-mask for his most famous role. Go »

Lou Ferrigno

Green makeup and a wig could make this bodybuilder look like a monster on TV, but nothing could make him look like Bill Bixby. Go »

Lynda Carter

She's still identified with her lasso-slinging superhero role, even though she hasn't played the character since the Carter Administration. Go »

Tom Welling

It took ten years for this small-town boy to make good. Go »

Gene Hackman

Besides playing the criminal mastermind Lex Luthor, this actor has more recently played villains in Unforgiven, Enemy of the State, and Runaway Jury. Go »

James Franco

After playing Spider-Man's whiny "frenemy" in three movies, he was willing to give his right arm for a better role. Go »

Julie Newmar

For several years in the 1960s, she was the "purrfect" model for a black leather catsuit. Go »

Zachary Quinto

A chance to steal the superpowers of various heroes turned this actor's ear. Go »

John Leguizamo

This actor is known for clowning around on even the most hellish film shoots. Go »

Eli Manning

This quarterback has long played in his big brother's shadow. This weekend, he'll play in his big brother's stadium. Go »

Tom Brady

Will this patriotic American avenge his team's first defeat of the season at a very similar Super Bowl? Go »

Wes Welker

Since joining the Patriots, this wide receiver has caught more passes than anyone else in the NFL. Go »

Ahmad Bradshaw

His college career almost ended when police caught him running back home from an underage drinking party. Go »

Madonna

She's now the Material Middle-Aged Woman, but she can still make a halftime show pop. Go »

Margaret Thatcher

Meryl Streep demonstrated an iron will as this British prime minister. Go »

Billy Beane

Moneyball was about the triumph of bean-counters in athletics, like this man. Go »

Zelda Fitzgerald

Along with her husband, a fellow novelist, this flapper and feminist icon was among the historical figures portrayed in Midnight in Paris. Go »

Edward de Vere

Hacker collectives can accomplish a lot these days, but they probably can't confirm whether this British earl actually wrote Shakespeare's plays. Go »

Hergé

Transforming European art over sixty years must have been quite an adventure. Go »

Jeremy Lin

Can you turn into an overnight success story like this Ivy Leaguer? Go »

Dean Ornish

How many other cardiologists and dietitians acknowledge a debt to a swami in their work? Go »

Nancy Brinker

What does cutting funding to a reproductive health organization have to do with helping your sisters avoid cancer? Go »

Edward Stratemeyer

The Bobbsey twins and the taser have this man in common. Can you solve the mystery? Go »

Lana Del Rey

This singer, songwriter and fashion model could also be listed in the Video Games category. Go »

Dolly Parton

Noisy roller-coaster passengers are full of joy. Go »

Rube Goldberg

Technological inefficiency is the legacy of this rodent collector. Go »

Geraldo Rivera

Failing to find buried treasure on live television gave this reporter a black eye. (Or was a broken nose?) Go »

Elon Musk

This real-life Iron Man made his vast fortune by co-founding an alliterative Internet company. Go »

Wallis Simpson

This domineering American became half of the royal we. Go »

Jake LaMotta

This New York athlete has broken records like a bull in a china shop. Go »

Dmitry Medvedev

This politician is a placeholder from St. Petersburg. Go »

Michelle Duggar

Overpopulation may be the biggest threat to mother nature. Go »

Emilio Palma

When people say they're "from the South," they don't mean it like this Argentinian. Go »

George Takei

Because of advocates like him, gay marriage has come to represent the final frontier of equality in California. Go »