Justin Woods won this season on August 31, 2012. There were 65 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (65 goos solved, a perfect score), Russ Wilhelm (65 goos solved, a perfect score), Matthew Preston (63 goos solved), Steve West (62 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (61 goos solved), Samir Mehta (59 goos solved), Chris Lemler (56 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (56 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (56 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (56 goos solved), Steve Dunn (56 goos solved), Joanna Woods (55 goos solved), Erik Bates (54 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (52 goos solved), Mike Eberhart (52 goos solved), Elaine Beckland (31 goos solved), Ryan Dunn (31 goos solved), Tony Peters (26 goos solved), Amy Austin (7 goos solved), and Lori Lancaster (6 goos solved).

Hulk Hogan

This pro wrestler smashed world records in the WWE and WCW as the inspiration for Hulkamania. Go »

Alan Alda

His Hawkeye was a wisecracking military surgeon, not a master archer. Go »

Cal Ripken, Jr.

He earned the nickname Iron Man long before his 2,632nd consecutive game of baseball. Go »

Peter Fonda

This acting family's son, brother, and father easily rode his motorcycle into infamy as Captain America. Go »

Jeanette Lee

She's called the Black Widow because she has something deadly in her pocket. Go »

Snoop Dogg

In his doggbowl, this West Coast rapper and actor prefers gin and juice. Go »

Bob Barker

The longtime host of The Price is Right urges you to spay or neuter your dog. Go »

Tim Pawlenty

In the volatile race for the current GOP presidential nomination, this Minnesota governor turned out to be all bark, no bite. Go »

Lindsay Wagner

Thanks to bionic implants, her character in a 1970s sci-fi series learned a few new tricks. Go »

Nate Dogg

This rapper from the 213 area code reached the end of his leash last year after a series of strokes. Go »

Sean Connery

He may have starred in Dragonheart, but he'll forever be best known as 007. Go »

Eddie Murphy

His wisecracking dragon companion in Mulan was just one of his animated sidekicks. Go »

Jemaine Clement

This flying Conchord proved in song that dragons could be racist too. Go »

Charles Martinet

Long before playing a primeval dragon in Skyrim, this actor starred in even more popular video games as a pair of Italian plumber brothers. Go »

Jason Marsden

His spirited performance as a dragon in a boy's body is the highlight of a long career at Disney. Go »

Michael Savage

Liberals across the nation have been savaged by this San Francisco-based conservative talk show host. Go »

Paul Harvey

Reaganomics, skyjack, guesstimate, and other colorful terms were coined by this quirky longtime broadcaster, who passed away in 2009. Go »

Rick Dees

Listeners still go nuts for his weekly Top 40 countdown, more than they did for his late-night TV show in 1991. Go »

Laura Ingraham

Having a gay brother softened her rhetoric about the homosexual agenda, but she still speculates what Obama's diary says about his own agenda. Go »

Alan Freed

This early DJ liberated radio stations to play rock and roll. Go »

Ennio Morricone

Spaghetti westerns like The Good the Bad and the Ugly and A Fistful of Dollars were given their legendary scores by this renowned composer. Go »

Max Biaggi

This 2010 world champion is known in motorcycle racing as the Emperor. Go »

Violante Placido

This singer with an oxymoronic name has starred in recent movies with George Clooney and Nicolas Cage. Go »

Francesco Totti

He loves his hometown so much, he has played his entire football career playing for the club named after it. Go »

Massimiliano Fuksas

When Shimon Peres needed a place to work toward Middle Eastern peace, he turned to this architect. Go »

Sugar Ray Leonard

Named for Ray Charles, this boxer tasted sweet victory at the 1976 Olympics. Go »

Chip Foose

His expertise with automotive design helped him overhaul more than one classic car for TLC. Go »

Ginger Rogers

One of Hollywood's most celebrated dancers did everything her partner did, but backwards in high heels. Go »

Jimmy Fortune

This country singer was happy to fill in for an ailing Statler brother. Go »

Alyssa Milano

She led a charmed life in the 1980s, growing up on a hit sitcom. Go »

Steve Miller

According to the lyrics of his most famous song, he's not just the Joker, he's also a picker, grinner, lover, sinner, smoker, and midnight toker. Go »

Les Miles

This football coach is crazy about the caps sold by his Southern university, but that's not why people call him the Mad Hatter. Go »

Josh Freese

This drummer for Devo, Guns N' Roses, Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle, and Weezer prefers if you call him Mister Freeze. Go »

Jocelyn Wildenstein

Tabloids have dubbed this New Yorker "Catwoman" after her extensive plastic surgeries designed to resemble a big cat. Go »

Mitt Romney

His history at "Bane" Capital might prove to be a fatal weakness against his nemesis Barack Obama. Go »

Stevie Wonder

This wonderful entertainer didn't need vision to record hit songs like "Superstition," "Sir Duke," and "I Just Called to Say I Love You." Go »

Marlee Matlin

The only deaf winner of a Best Actress Oscar has played many roles in film and television in the quarter-century since. Go »

Christopher Reeve

This former superhero lost all sensation from the neck down as a result of a horseback riding accident in 1995. Go »

Cynthia Nixon

Lacking a sense of smell has not hurt the career of this sexy friend, who is such a Miranda. Go »

Divine

Though he was not actually afflicted with ageusia, his unholy stunt in a John Waters film marked a new low for tastelessness. Go »

Ryan Lochte

This Rochester native earned America's first gold medal of 2012. Phelps who? Go »

Holley Mangold

She may not have the body of a typical athlete, but she's ready to make her hometown of Dayton (and her brother's teammates in the New York Jets) proud. Go »

Hope Solo

When one of the most outspoken goalkeepers in professional soccer says something to embarrass her teammates or her hometown of Richland, Washington, she makes it clear that she's only speaking for herself alone. Go »

Jordyn Wieber

Her team victory proves that she didn't come all the way to London from a small town in Michigan to let disappointment over a solo disqualification stop her. Go »

Ann Romney

Owning an Olympic competitor and being married to a candidate means that this Detroit native has a horse in two races. Go »

Yu Yang

This Chinese player has announced her professional retirement after being disqualified for playing badminton the way some people play Pirate Paradise. Go »

Mary King

This British rider is competing in her sixth Olympics at the age of 51. Who's the king? Go »

Sarah Attar

800 meters is a short run for one woman, but great progress for all Saudi Arabian womankind. Go »

Manu GinĂ³bili

When he plays for his native Argentina, he is proud that his basketball career has been one big flop after another. Go »

Katie Taylor

After her gold medal yesterday, her proud homeland was ready to call her "mo cuishle." Go »

Clarence Thomas

Once in trouble for talking about sex, he's now mostly silent. Go »

Sara Gilbert

She learned about the birds and the bees with Johnny Galecki (twice) long before she had The Talk with parents. Go »

Anthony Bourdain

He has no qualms about sharing exotic dishes from far afield. Go »

Dan T. Cathy

He got some very angry people to eat and kiss. Go »

Theresa Caputo

Neither her island nor her job title are short. Go »

Sarah Burton

When Britain's newest fashion icon needed something to wear on the most publicized day of her life, she chose this designer. Go »

Reggie Watts

This comedy is known for staying up until insane hours and for his violent talk show. Go »

Randy Couture

I don't know what French fashion has to do with beating somebody up. Go »

Gillian Flynn

Her novels about shadowy locations are hits, so she's not going away soon. Go »

David Tutera

How ironic that he had to travel all the way to Vermont for his own wedding. Go »

Diablo Cody

America's teenagers are going straight to Hell. Go »

Carol Moseley Braun

As far as corruption goes, Nigeria has nothing on Chicago. Go »

Lucy Lawless

An unstoppable force that follows no man's rules. Go »

Salecia Johnson

Don't act like a kid and throw a hissy fit if you don't get this goo, or you might get arrested. Go »

Dong Dong

By awarding a gold medal, Olympic judges showed that there's nothing they like better than a bouncing Chinese Dong. Go »