Erik Bates won this season on February 19, 2013. There were 65 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (61 goos solved), Russ Wilhelm (61 goos solved), Joanna Woods (60 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (57 goos solved), Samir Mehta (57 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (56 goos solved), Steve West (54 goos solved), Chris Lemler (53 goos solved), Matthew Preston (53 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (52 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (51 goos solved), Erik Bates (46 goos solved), Steve Dunn (45 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (15 goos solved), Scott Hardie (15 goos solved), Tony Peters (6 goos solved), Laurie Laczkowski (3 goos solved), Wes Bryant (3 goos solved), Angela Lathem-Ballard (2 goos solved), Scott Horowitz (2 goos solved), and Lori Lancaster (1 goo solved).

Philip Seymour Hoffman

You can see more of this actor in films such as Happiness, Magnolia, Punch Drunk Love, and The Big Lebowski. Go »

Edgar Allan Poe

One can only imagine the tintinnabulation of the bells that announced his 1835 marriage to his 13-year-old cousin. Go »

Jennifer Love Hewitt

I would love to know what she did at that party last summer with those five siblings. Go »

Jerry Lee Lewis

Giant spheres of flame! This performer also married his 13-year-old cousin. Go »

Sarah Michelle Gellar

You don't need a reliable name like Joan to save the world from the undead. Go »

Joe Namath

The Jets retired this quarterback's jersey, but his Broadway career wasn't as successful. Go »

Patti Smith

The godmother of punk is still active, having released an album of covers in 2007. Go »

Terry Gross

This great, gross radio host from Philadelphia is a breath of fresh air. Go »

Nick McDonell

Publishing a novel at age 17 is enough to earn praise even from Hunter S. Thompson. Go »

Bob Bowlsby

Earlier this year, he became one of the biggest commissioners in sports. Go »

Will Smith

The star of I Am Legend and Independence Day will soon take his son into the post-apocalyptic future with him in After Earth. Go »

Mel Gibson

Mad Max himself made a movie about the end of civilization according to the Mayans, appropriately titled Apocalypto. Go »

Laurie Holden

Surviving scary mist in a grocery store and mining town was no preparation for her most famous role battling scores of walking zombies. Go »

H.G. Wells

Survival will be hard if Martians attack, but according to this author, it won't be much easier 800,000 years in the future. Go »

Ron Perlman

His voice has chronicled a wasteland of ghouls and mutants, and bid farewell to his space-dwelling son Matt Damon as Earth was destroyed. Go »

Jimi Hendrix

This star-spangled southpaw headlined Woodstock and was most definitely experienced. Go »

Jack White

This raconteur consoled the lonely and his sister wife. Go »

Eddie Van Halen

This fret tapper gave fair warning in 1984, asking, "Oh, you ate one, too?" Go »

George Harrison

"Hey, Eric Clapton, my wife is you, you, yours." Go »

Trey Anastasio

It's simple, Esther. When the circus comes to town, you enjoy myself. Go »

Brandi Passante

This buyer on Storage Wars is half of a pair of young guns. Go »

Donald Rumsfeld

He was both the youngest and oldest person to have been Secretary of Defense, under presidents Gerald Ford and George W. Bush. Go »

Jack Daniel

This Tennessee distiller made his name synonymous with whiskey. Go »

Robin Meade

She helps the hung over wake up in the morning by reading the day's headline news. Go »

Shirley Temple

One of the most successful child stars in history turned Hollywood's worship into a religion. Go »

Charles Lightoller

This naval officer in WWI you can't take too lightly, except he's the senior-most officer who survived. Go »

Henry Tingle Wilde

Hey mate! Going wild over this chief may give you a splitting headache. Go »

Clive Palmer

This Australian billionaire wants to be the second one to be on the Titanic. Go »

Thomas Andrews

Guessing correct answers may be a good thing, but being an architect may not. Go »

Bill Paxton

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Billie Burke

Although nominated for an Academy Award for a different film, this goo will always be remembered for the role that gave us the line, "and Toto too." Go »

Ben Stein

Known for political speech writing and an iconic movie role, this goo first gained national attention by giving away his own money on TV. Go »

John Philip Sousa

This goo composed so many well-known songs of a particular variety that it's no wonder he's known as "The March King." Go »

J. Edgar Hoover

This rumored cross-dresser practically single-handedly created the modern FBI. Go »

Al Gore

While not spending his time inventing the Internet, this former VP is looking to earn his second Nobel. Go »

Howard Carter

Tut, tut, goo guesser. Be the first to discover this discoverer's name, and you'll have this round wrapped up! Go »

Carter Williams

This coach ran a good race, but didn't quite survive to the end. Go »

William Wallace

If this goo were real, he'd be 7 feet tall, shoots fireballs from his eyes and bolts of lightning from his arse. Go »

Wallace Stevens

Come Sunday Morning, you may be disillusioned to see the time has come for building Snow Men at 10 o'clock. Go »

Steven Gerrard

Born and bred a red, a captain of club and country. Go »

Gerard Butler

He was once a king of a very small army, but has since taken to bounty hunting and training dragons. Go »

Butler Derrick

Succeeding a man named after a Representative and Secretary of State, and succeeded by a man whose last name is synonymous with a tasty cracker, this former Representative is now a partner at a DC law firm. Go »

Derek Fisher

Number 2, 37, and 6, this 5-time champion has played in 229 championship games. Go »

Fisher Stevens

Don't get lost now, George. This Oscar winner is just down in the cove. Go »

Steven Howard

You could Google the name of this monkey hanger striker who plays for a team a bit down the ladder of English football. Or, you could just look back at the top of this theme's ladder and put it all together. Go »

Jaden Smith

This karate kidder and happyness pursuer shares a famous family with Will, Jada, and Willow. Go »

Rebecca Black

This singing YouTube star's 15 minutes of fame happened on a Friday. Go »

Malala Yousafzai

She may not live long enough to be thanked by a generation of Pakistani girls who were able to go to school because of her. Go »

Katie Ledecky

This DC-born swimmer with a golden smile has swum 800 meters faster than any other American. Go »

Joey King

Her most famous role was Selena Gomez's kid sister. Who's the king? Go »

Kerry Washington

Her most famous role, which isn't in a movie, almost qualifies her for the Controversy category. Go »

Georg Gänswein

It's fair to say that this secretary is not guilty of the sin of vanity. Go »

Elle Fanning

This young star was super when she was eight, especially for growing up in her sister's shadow. Go »

MC Mong

This Korean pop superstar doesn't like it when laughter makes for a messy mix. Go »

Nikki Forte

Is "tattoo maven" a job description? Go »

Jay Kordich

If his company ever goes under, they'll have one heck of a liquidation sale. Go »

Alex Day

I enjoy Doctor Who too, but I don't think the day will ever come when I parlay that into a singing career online. Go »

Ronaiah Tuiasosopo

This Hawaiian prankster became the pretend girlfriend of his favorite Notre Dame player. Go »

Walter Koenig

Check this short guy off your list. He's better than the best. Go »

Jon Bon Jovi

After being too bad at medicine, and with his name ruined by love, this blazing, glorious singer found runaway success living "my life" on a prayer, and being there for the fans who wanted him dead or alive. Go »

Drew Brees

If you think winning the big game is a breeze, you're wrong, but this quarterback pulled it off a few years ago. Go »

Jessica Chastain

Oscar nominations for The Help and Zero Dark Thirty have made her one hot mama. Go »

Maynard James Keenan

The perfect tool to draw his second band would be a drafting compass. Go »

Elizabeth Warren

Before Bay Staters elected this consumer protector, she needed protection from Cherokees who didn't like their heritage invoked. Go »

Steve Cardenas

Roses are red, and violets are blue. This rocky guy loved karate, and was number 2. Go »