Mike Rothstein won this season on November 30, 2012. There were 65 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (64 goos solved), Justin Woods (62 goos solved), Steve West (61 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (60 goos solved), Chris Lemler (59 goos solved), Matthew Preston (59 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (57 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (57 goos solved), Steve Dunn (57 goos solved), Samir Mehta (56 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (53 goos solved), Joanna Woods (46 goos solved), Erik Bates (41 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (29 goos solved), Sarah Kyle (20 goos solved), Kelly Hardie (15 goos solved), Tony Peters (10 goos solved), Laurie Laczkowski (3 goos solved), and Ryan Dunn (1 goo solved).

Jaime Escalante

AP Calculus, Edward James Olmos, cheating scandal Go »

LouAnne Johnson

Michelle Pfeiffer, former Marine, "Gangsta's Paradise" Go »

John Nash

game theory, paranoid schizophrenia, 2001 Best Picture Go »

Ken Carter

Samuel L. Jackson, basketball coach, grades come first Go »

Erin Gruwell

diary, Long Beach, freedom Go »

Joe Clark

Bill Withers song, chained doorways, Morgan Freeman Go »

Roberta Guaspari

violins, Meryl Streep, Harlem Go »

Anne Sullivan

broken doll, sign language, based on a Broadway play Go »

Pamela Smart

conspiracy to commit murder, Helen Hunt, teenaged lover Go »

Christopher Sheldon

bad weather, instantaneous stability, Florida coast Go »

Dan Savage

If you guessed this sex advice columnist for the goo of similarly-named Michael Savage, don't worry: It gets better. Go »

Yogi Berra

This famous catcher and manager didn't inspire Raging Bull, and he definitely didn't steal any pic-a-nic baskets. Go »

Arthur Agatston

This cardiologist may be from New York, but his famous diet is all Miami. Go »

John Grunsfeld

Who better to tell Stephen Colbert and other TV hosts about the Curiosity rover than a man who has been to space five times? Go »

Aim

Like an American dubstep star, this British DJ does not use ICQ or Skype. Go »

Frank Sinatra

Among the hits he sang at Vegas casinos were "Fly Me to the Moon," "My Way," and "Come Fly with Me." Go »

Criss Angel

I believe his stage show is designed to freak your mind. Go »

Vanessa Rousso

One of the most successful women in professional poker is considered a maverick for undressing for Sports Illustrated. Go »

Sheldon Adelson

His big donations to Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney represent lines drawn in the sands. Go »

Bugsy Siegel

The murder business would never be as profitable as the tourist mecca he established. Go »

Mikhail Baryshnikov

This Oscar-nominated dancer made it from Russia to New York by way of Canada. Go »

Chelsie Hightower

Being born in Las Vegas didn't make this Latin ballroom specialist a star, but she thinks she can dance with them. Go »

Michael Flatley

His Irish heritage strongly influenced his river-based dance show. Go »

Pierre Dulaine

I believe that this ballroom dance instructor cares about his students, but I don't believe that he looks like Antonio Banderas. Go »

Gillian Murphy

One of the current principal stars of the American Ballet Theatre was technically born in England. Go »

Wil Wheaton

Though his childhood role as a young starship pilot was once deeply unpopular, Trekkies have come to accept this blogger, gamer, and writer as a fellow nerd. Go »

Chris Hardwick

He's a nerd advocate, judging from the name of his podcast, but he also enjoys talking about The Walking Dead on TV. Go »

Felicia Day

A codex of gaming references might help you understand a webisode the popular web series starring this Buffy the Vampire Slayer actor. Go »

John Green

Even far away from his brother, this YA fiction author never forgets to be awesome. Go »

Kaja Foglio

Combine her artistic and storytelling talent with her husband's and together they make a genius. Go »

James Frey

When he was caught lying to Oprah, his career was shattered into a million little pieces. Go »

Jerry Lee Lewis

The singer of "Great Balls of Fire" and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" never recaptured his early success after marrying his adolescent cousin. Go »

Anthony Weiner

A man whose own name is a sexual euphemism had to expect a press firestorm after he sexted another woman on the Twitter account he used to interact with his New York constituents. Go »

Marion Jones

She won a five medals around the world in Sydney, but had to give them all back when controversy erupted here at home. Go »

Fatty Arbuckle

Hollywood likes when its stars hook up, but not when it turns into rape and murder. Go »

Dominique Strauss-Kahn

This economist and IMF honcho was on track to become president of France until a New York maid became the first of several women to call him a rapist. Go »

Jim Bakker

This married televangelist raked in more than a million dollars a week during the 1980s, but went to prison for keeping some of it for himself (and his mistress Jessica). Go »

Mackenzie Phillips

This daughter with a famous papa tried to stay off drugs one day at a time, but they ultimately cost her a plum role in a sitcom. Go »

Gary Glitter

Being charged with raping and molesting children in Britain and Vietnam were not very glamorous for this 1970s rock star. Go »

Jayne Mansfield

There was no single event that brought down this sexy star of the late 1950s, but stripping on screen and then on stage were dignified preludes to alcohol abuse and a fatal car accident. Go »

Paul Ryan

In January, this fiscal conservative and fitness buff could become the first vice president from the state of Wisconsin. Go »

Herman Cain

Allegations of sexual harassment and adultery brought down this former pizza magnate's campaign for the GOP nomination. Go »

Julian Castro

Keynote speaker at the Democratic National Convention seems like quite a prominent role for the mayor of San Antonio. Go »

Stephanie Cutter

One of Obama's campaign managers gets criticized for her slicing remarks. Go »

John King

Keep an eye out for this anchor when you watch the election returns on CNN this Tuesday. Who's the king? Go »

Nikola Tesla

This Serbian-American inventor is best remembered for the alternating-current electric coil that bears his name, though he's also the name of a magnetic density measurement and a heavy metal band. Go »

Samuel Colt

Contributing the revolver to American warfare, and mass production techniques to manufacturing, made him a thoroughbred success. Go »

Robert Moog

He wanted to make a little moog music, so he invented his own synthesizer. Go »

Thomas Crapper

The bathroom is home to his most famous invention, which shares his name. Go »

George Foreman

His endorsement gave sales of a fat-reducing grill a real shot in the arm. Go »

Sandra Lee

Nobody doesn't like this queen of New York. Go »

Raphael Saadiq

He likes rolling, dancing, dashing, and seeing. Go »

Lena Dunham

The title of her hit series makes it sound like the characters would prefer child-sized chairs. Go »

Junot Díaz

It doesn't take a genius to know that Cambridge has produced some pretty good writers. Go »

Anita Sarkeesian

She scored a lot of points that her male opponents just can't beat. Go »

Felix Baumgartner

The new James Bond movie was not one of his promotional sponsors. Go »

Bo

Contrary to popular belief, this Portuguese is not named after his master's initials. Go »

Ben Rattray

Want to kick the rats out of office? It's going to take more than some extra cash. Go »

Samuel Adams

On Jeopardy!, this governor would appear in the category called Potent Potables. Go »

Lance Armstrong

He triumphed over other cyclists year after year in France and even beat cancer, but doping allegations eventually dragged him down. Go »

Kevin Clash

This puppeteer is no longer a part of Elmo's world after resigning amid allegations that he had sex with minors. Go »

Greg Maddux

This retired Las Vegan pursued pitching records with the tenacity of a mad dog. Go »

Savion Glover

Broadway gained both the noise and the funk thanks to this tap dancer. Go »

Richard Wagner

This German is better known for his operas than for the half-tuba, half-French-horn that bears his name. Go »

David Petraeus

The high-flying career of a CIA director has been brought down to Earth by Gmail. Go »