Mike Rothstein won this season on May 23, 2013. There were 65 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (64 goos solved), Russ Wilhelm (64 goos solved), Chris Lemler (63 goos solved, a perfect score), Mike Rothstein (63 goos solved), Steve West (63 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (61 goos solved), Samir Mehta (58 goos solved), Joanna Woods (56 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (56 goos solved), Steve Dunn (52 goos solved), Matthew Preston (50 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (48 goos solved), Erik Bates (34 goos solved), Amy Austin (5 goos solved), Scott Horowitz (4 goos solved), and Sarah Kyle (2 goos solved).

Psy

There's no stopping this South Korean superstar from getting his stylish hit stuck in your head. Go »

Manti Te'o

Ronaiah Tuiasosopo's prank on this Notre Dame player got many people #teoing. Go »

Kat Von D

This artist and model is best known for her association with Los Angeles ink. Go »

Cat Cora

This world-traveling feline chef is not living with the governor of New York. Go »

George LeMieux

This temporary politician got a lot more sunshine representing Florida than he would have in Russia. Go »

Ziggy Marley

This head melody maker has the spirit of reggae in his genes. Go »

Zachary Levi

His sitcom hero gave NBC viewers no cause to chuck their remotes. Go »

Zoë Kravitz

She has appeared in a few movies, but she's still better known as the child of Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz. Go »

Zebulon Pike

His career as an explorer peaked somewhere in Colorado. Go »

Žydrunas Ilgauskas

This 7' 3" Lithuanian definitely fit the nickname "Big" Z during his years with the Cavaliers. Go »

Zoe Saldana

Roles in the Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Trek, and Avatar films have made her a star. Go »

Zachary Taylor

If George W. Bush was known as "W," and Barack Obama's campaign logos were based on the letter O, this was the only president who could have gone by Z. Go »

Zac Brown

With his eponymous band, this country star has recorded hits including "Chicken Fried" and "Goodbye in Her Eyes." Go »

Zab Judah

This welterweight champ doesn't let anyone call him Judas. Go »

Zig Ziglar

Before his recent death, he turned a successful career into sales into an even more successful career motivating professionals. Go »

Ringo Starr

He became a super Starr by playing in the greatest rock quartet of all time, but bandmate John Lennon said he wasn't even the best drummer in the band. Go »

Mick Fleetwood

His eponymous band scored hits with "Dreams" and "Albatross," but bandmates Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham became bigger stars. Go »

Meg White

She kept playing drums with her ex-husband long after their divorce, creating hits like "Seven Nation Army" and "Fell in Love with a Girl." Go »

Lars Ulrich

This Napster-hating Dane may be one of the fastest drummers in metal, but he's not the most accurate. Go »

Joey Kramer

If you played drums badly on as many hit songs since the seventies as this rocker, you could write a book about depression too. Go »

William Gibson

This neuromancer is not just a towering figure in cyberpunk and steampunk, but an accurate predictor of the Internet and our tech-driven culture. Go »

Andy and Lana Wachowski

This brother and sister (formerly brother and brother) brought cyberpunk to massive mainstream success with The Matrix. [Both names must be guessed to be correct.] Go »

Neal Stephenson

This cryptographer predicted a snowy crash for cyberculture. Go »

Jordan Weisman

His games have concerned running from shadows, dawn on Earth, and war between mechs. Go »

Mark Frauenfelder

When Billy Idol wanted to go cyberpunk, he consulted this editor of Wired and Boing Boing. Go »

Tommy Hilfiger

This red, white, and blue American is fine with the New York Stock Exchange just calling him TOM. Go »

Donna Karan

DK is so associated with NY that they call her the Queen of 7th Avenue. Go »

Calvin Klein

This Hungarian became so ubiquitous in pop culture that his name was on Marty McFly's underwear. Go »

Vivienne Westwood

From British punk to Buckingham Palace, this secondary Sex Pistol has seen it all. Go »

Giorgio Armani

Men's suits don't get classier than the ones fashioned by this Italian billionaire. Go »

Steve Martini

This San Francisco novelist has wielded undue influence over the crime genre for years. Go »

Tila Tequila

This reality show star shot to fame by getting people to dance their pants off. Go »

Rand Beers

He's in charge of our national protection and programs, under his boss Janet Napolitano. Go »

Brandi Chastain

Some people are just so passionate about soccer that they can't keep their shirts on. Go »

Arnold Palmer

Technically, he's not an alcoholic beverage. Technically, he's a living legend of golf who dominated the sport from 1955 to 2004. Go »

Karel Soucek

This Czechoslovakian stuntman invented a way to survive Niagara Falls, but not a way to survive the Houston Astrodome. Go »

Otto Lilienthal

This German inventor of the hang glider died a few short years before his rivals in Kitty Hawk conquered the skies forever. Go »

Horace Lawson Hunley

The Confederacy needed a strong navy to win the Civil War, but the ship created by this inventor failed to make a splash. Go »

Jimi Heselden

He was so impressed by the Segway that he decided to take the plunge and buy the company. Go »

Harry Houdini

The world's most famous escape artist couldn't cheat death forever after a failed demonstration. Go »

Janet Leigh and Jamie Lee Curtis

Mom's famous screaming in Psycho influenced daughter's screaming in Halloween. Go »

Naomi Judd and Wynonna Judd

This country music duo recorded hits like "Why Not Me" and "Girls Night Out," and they can count Ashley Judd as a close relative. Go »

Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley

The genetic bond between these writers has led to critics interpreting Frankenstein as a feminist text. Go »

Joan Rivers and Melissa Rivers

After two lifetimes of stand-up comedy, fashion criticism, and reality show fame, it's not clear which one knows best. Go »

Marie Curie and Irène Joliot-Curie

Famous mother-daughter chemists are about as common as radium and polonium. Go »

Goldie Hawn and Kate Hudson

Pvt. Benjamin could have helped her daughter fight the bride wars. Go »

Peggy Lipton and Rashida Jones

What do Parks and Recreation, The Mod Squad, Twin Peaks, and Boston Public have in common? Go »

Millie Jackson and Keisha Jackson

Sixteen years passed between "It Hurts So Good" and "Hot Little Love Affair." Go »

Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I

England's greatest head of state had to get over her mother losing her head. Go »

Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher

One sang in the rain. The other waged war in the stars. Go »

Mehmet Oz

This Emmy-winning doctor is associated with an exotic fantasy land, and I don't mean Turkey. Go »

Patton Oswalt

On screen, his friends have been played by Lou Romano, Kevin James, and Charlize Theron. Go »

Abby Wambach

She would love to have flashed forward through her recent head injury. Go »

Charles Ingram

To identify one of Europe's most notorious cheaters, you'll have to be familiar with Google. Go »

Rico Rodriguez

Today, his family includes a famous older sister, and many nieces both on-screen and off. Go »

Charlaine Harris

This author proves that Louisiana is not where best-selling literature goes to die. Go »

Lindsey Stone

Some of the soldiers that she disrespected served in Iraq, which sounds like a synonym for her last name. Go »

Peter Dinklage

This actor enjoys his seat of small-screen dominance. Go »

Gabby Douglas

This Virginian brought artistic grace to England. Go »

Ron King

Using a likeness of Trayvon Martin for shooting practice makes you a target. Who's the king? Go »

Ronda Rousey

This bronze assassin is armed and dangerous. Go »

Ettore Boiardi

O boy! If you are a food expert, then you better get this, or you'll get a D for not knowing who this chef is. Go »

Lady Gaga

Born with a poker face, this telephone enthusiast's glorious edge came from her ability to dance away from a bad romance with some Judas figure named Alejandro. Go »

Hannah Storm

Sports reporters aren't accustomed to being at the center of a firestorm of tabloid coverage. Go »

Jack Johnson

If you see this goo's fans throwing a certain kind of pancakes at him for acting like a monkey, don't go on and on about it. Go »