Justin Woods won this season on June 21, 2013. There were 65 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (62 goos solved), Justin Woods (60 goos solved), Samir Mehta (58 goos solved), Steve West (57 goos solved), Joanna Woods (56 goos solved), Chris Lemler (54 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (52 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (51 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (48 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (39 goos solved), Steve Dunn (28 goos solved), Matthew Preston (22 goos solved), Jason Lemler (16 goos solved), Erik Bates (9 goos solved), Wes Bryant (4 goos solved), Sarah Kyle (3 goos solved), Lori Lancaster (2 goos solved), and Tony Peters (1 goo solved).

Cee Lo Green

This Gnarls Barkley singer had an obscene reply for the girlfriend he saw riding in another man's car. Go »

Forest Whitaker

He's played an urban samurai, an African warlord, and a Psychlo, all with a distinctive drooping eye. Go »

Caro Emerald

She doesn't have a figure typical of best-selling popular singers, but this Dutch singer is almost single-handedly reviving big-band jazz. Go »

Hunter S. Thompson

This self-described gonzo journalist was a proponent of freak power. Go »

Jill Kelley

The pen proved mightier than the sword for this Tampa woman. Go »

Justine Bateman

What have we always said is the most important thing? No, not breakfast: Family. Jason Bateman is her real-life brother, and Michael J. Fox was her TV brother. Go »

Ellen DeGeneres

Lies and self-medication are no way to find happiness. This chipper comedian, talk show host, and wife of Portia de Rossi prefers to dance instead. Go »

Amy Poehler

Playing Gob's blame-y wife on Arrested Development was just another meta-joke, but their real-life separation is not funny. Go »

Amber Tamblyn

Hey, who wants to take her husband to the hospital? She's busy accepting missions from God and fending off Japanese ghosts. Go »

Bryce Dallas Howard

Now the story of a wealthy father who had everything and the one daughter who had no choice but to keep his last name. Go »

Steve Jobs

Apple's long road to tech industry dominance began with the commercial release of the very first Mac by this job creator. Go »

Katarina Witt

East Germany struck Olympic gold with this ice princess. Go »

Vanessa Williams

Controversy may have taken away her historic first beauty crown, but she saved the best for last. Go »

Bernhard Goetz

Subway won't hire him for any promotional appearances, but the NRA might. Go »

Tommy Cooper

He loved to make people laugh, and he died doing what he loved. Go »

Reese Witherspoon

Do you prefer the peanut butter cups or the "pieces" that share their name with this star of Legally Blonde and Sweet Home Alabama? Go »

Babe Ruth

The Yankees were a high-scoring success in the Roaring Twenties thanks to this popular hitter, who may or may not have inspired a candy bar made with peanuts, caramel, nougat, and chocolate. Go »

Gene Clark

David Crosby and Roger McGuinn founded a high-flying folk-rock band with this singer-songwriter. Go »

Alvin York

When I bite into a peppermint patty, I get the sensation that I'm storming a German machine-gun nest in World War I, earning a Medal of Honor. Go »

Rita Dove

Can you win a Pulitzer for those little messages written on the wrapper? Go »

Eminem

This Detroit rapper's crazy rhymes melt in his mouth, not in his hand. Go »

Christopher Mintz-Plasse

The villain of Kick-Ass and Kick-Ass 2 is super bad, but at least he has fresh breath. Go »

Heath Bell

Phoenix doesn't have a lot of use for toffee. It was much more successful in San Diego. Go »

Pez

Barcelona is a happier place thanks to him. Go »

O. Henry

In a shocking twist ending, this goo is both an American short-story author and a candy bar made of peanuts, caramel, fudge, and chocolate. Go »

James Gandolfini

The cella caldaria was too intense for one of Jersey's most infamous sons. Go »

George Michael

His 1987 treatise on religion did not prepare him for a legal constraint. Go »

Abner Louima

After an Italian fox dominated him, he was left with 8.75 reasons to forget. Go »

Reeva Steenkamp

There's no way that a jury can let her attacker walk away scot-free. Go »

Faye Wong

Conducting her business in a Chinese alleyway brought Heaven down to Earth. Go »

Jodi Arias

This Mormon from Mesa who mixed at Margaritaville was maligned as a murderess by Maricopa prosecutor Martinez and made guilty in May despite motions for mistrial. Go »

Casey Anthony

In the shadow of Florida's theme parks, a mother partied while a toddler lay buried for 31 days and no one said anything. Go »

Lizzie Borden

She is both Massachusetts's most famous ax murderer and most famous orphan. Go »

Karla Faye Tucker

In a state known for its prolific executions, she was the first woman executed in thirteen and a half decades. Go »

Beverley Allitt

She once worked a children's ward, and is now a ward of the state. Go »

Rob Roy MacGregor

He's been many things: A criminal, a folk hero, a town in Iowa, an operetta, a whiskey drink, and Liam Neeson. Go »

Margarita Levieva

Her training as a gymnast made her flexible enough to fit diverse roles in Revenge, Adventureland, and The Lincoln Lawyer. Go »

Brandi Carlile

The story of her career features bears and ghosts. Go »

Tommy Collins

This one-time minister's biggest hit was almost "Now What Are You Going to Do?" Go »

Francesco Bellini

There are no peach-flavored cocktails among his many profitable patents. Go »

Robert Smigel

He's best known for writing sketches and cartoons for Saturday Night Live, and puppeteering a certain Black Dog for Conan O'Brien. Go »

Charles Dickens

The famous beginning of his book about two towns could be summarized as: Good Times Bad Times. Go »

Yves Saint Laurent

Since this designer had a home in Tangier, could he be called a Tangerine? Go »

Jedediah Smith

This clean-living mountain man's expeditions to the Pacific coast took him Over the Hills and Far Away. Go »

Celia Cruz

This sweet Cuban turned her journey to America into more than one Immigrant Song. Go »

Omar Figueroa

This little panther from Texas is the current lightweight champion of the world. Go »

Gina Carano

She left the MMA arena to beat people up on screen, in Haywire, American Gladiators, and Fast & Furious 6. Go »

Vinnie Jones

This Welsh footballer is notorious for on-field violence. He was once penalized for a foul just three seconds into a game. Go »

Chris Brown

This R&B star has scored hits with Rihanna, Frank Ocean, Drake, and Tony Parker. Go »

Tom King

He hit his opponents so hard, they got seasick. Who's the king? Go »

Rodney Ansell

Don't shed any false tears for this madman who may or may not have deserved his cinematic fame. Go »

Edward Snowden

He committed mutiny without a diploma, and now he seeks a form of diplomatic immunity. Go »

Vi Hart

You can hear in her voice how much she loves numbers, except 3.14. Go »

Marissa Mayer

Only a crazy person would fail to see this CEO's bright potential. Go »

V.C. Andrews

Her stories about extra-close families took her to the top floor of publishing success. Go »

Tenzing Norgay

If you reach the pinnacle of success in this game, make sure to credit anyone who helped. Go »

Padma Lakshmi

According to her title, she's the best in the world at what she does. Solve this one fast and you can be called the best too. Go »

Timothy Leary

To Dass, he was a colleague. To Nixon, he was a criminal. To Lennon, he was a friend. Go »

Marie Curie

A lifetime shortened by radiation poisoning was her reward for discovering radium and polonium. Go »

Meat Loaf

His name was Robert Paulson. Go »

Uncle John

Here's a little-known factoid: Your mother's brother can't count to eight, even when he takes a long time in the bathroom. Go »

Antoinette Tuff

In a moment of crisis, the tuff get going. Go »

Ted Cruz

Cruising into the White House won't be easy for this Texas politician born north of the border. Go »

Dallas Clayton

Writing children's literature is good. Becoming a financial hit on your own after every publisher turned you down is awesome. Go »

Bradley Cooper

After waking up with three hangovers and a rocker named Serena in a place beyond some pines on Valentine's Day, this actor was in limitless pain and unable to form the words "yes, man" to his director Steve (or a team of New York-loving assistants), but found a silver lining while failing to eat lunch: Despite having a midnight-meat-inspired nightmare about a hit-and-run accident, the only thing he had crashed was a wedding. Go »