Justin Woods won this season on November 25, 2013. There were 64 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (64 goos solved, a perfect score), Russ Wilhelm (62 goos solved), Steve West (61 goos solved), Chris Lemler (59 goos solved), Samir Mehta (56 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (55 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (55 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (47 goos solved), Joanna Woods (40 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (31 goos solved), Matthew Preston (30 goos solved), Steve Dunn (27 goos solved), Erik Bates (22 goos solved), Elaine Beckland (12 goos solved), Sarah Kyle (7 goos solved), Jeremiah Poisson (1 goo solved), and Ryan Dunn (1 goo solved).

Jimmy Fallon

He did so well live on Saturday night that NBC had him work late every night. Early next year, he'll take on the biggest nightly talk show on television. Go »

Jimmy Kimmel

Hosting a game show with Ben Stein and a talk show just for men prepared him to become ABC's late-night host. Go »

James Lipton

Arrested Development fans wonder if he treats the actors studio like a prison. Go »

Jim J. Bullock

In the 1990s, this gay comedian had an uncomfortably close talk show with a televangelist who used to be married to another television host named Jim, who didn't practice what he preached. Go »

Jim Rome

The only sport not covered in his CBS radio program is coliseum dueling. Go »

Chris O'Donnell

His real first name and his most famous role, in the Batman film series, are both present in Christopher Robin. Go »

Gerry Rafferty

The singer of "Baker Street" and "Right Down the Line" named one of his best-selling albums after a sort of Owl. Go »

John Updike

Five books about a running Rabbit are the legacy of this Pulitzer-winning novelist. Go »

Jean Pain

This Frenchman took great pains to make something useful with his Pooh. Go »

Griselda Steevens

She had the heart of an angel to build a hospital, but folklore says she had the face of a Piglet. Go »

Joaquin Phoenix

After iconic roles as Johnny Cash and Emperor Commodus, he "retired" to pursue a rap career, and soon announced it was just a hoax. Go »

Richard Nixon

He retired and told the press they wouldn't have him to kick around any more, then went on to become the nation's most disgraced president. Go »

Jay-Z

This Brooklyn rapper faded to black, and later found his kingdom come. Go »

Mario Lemieux

Lymphoma couldn't keep this Pittsburgh champ's career on ice. Go »

Audrey Hepburn

The man who never said never again coaxed her out of retirement to play his famous lover in a famous forest. Go »

Tim Curry

This spicy actor brought life to such monsters as Dr. Frank-N-Furter, Pennywise the Clown, and the Lord of Darkness. Go »

Roald Dahl

He wrote about giant peaches and chocolate factories, but not about lentil stew. Go »

Mohammed Atta

The essential ingredients baked into his plot like flour were jet fuel and martyrdom. Go »

Brandon Ghee

This cornerback's zone coverage is as smooth as butter. Go »

Dahlia Lithwick

Like cold porridge, this reporter's Supreme Court beat is important but kind of bland. Go »

George W. Bush

This president had a one-finger answer for critics of his invasion of Iraq and handling of Hurricane Katrina. Go »

Princess Diana

The People's Princess had a distinctly ignoble way of expressing frustration with the royal family. Go »

Katie Couric

There was something sour in the analogy about her "tarting up" the CBS Evening News. Go »

Fred Rogers

This minister never taught children an unneighborly gesture. Go »

Adele

This singer is rumoured to have a fiery temper in private. Go »

Sarah Palin

She made "drill, baby, drill!" a popular slogan of the 2008 presidential election. Go »

Dave Grohl

Kurt Cobain's suicide temporarily threw a monkey wrench into this drummer-guitarist-singer's alternative rock career. Go »

Fred Williamson

He got hammered in his only Super Bowl game, but went on to play roles in M*A*S*H and Starsky & Hutch. Go »

Shawnee Smith

It wasn't until her larger role in the sequels that horror fans saw this rock singer in a new light. Go »

Ryan Schreiber

His publishing success is due to his three-pronged approach to independent music. Go »

Corinne Bailey Rae

She's known for encouraging listeners to put their records on like a true star, not for Irish cream. Go »

Brande Roderick

This Baywatch star likes to play games: She's associated with her NFL linebacker husband, an online fantasy gaming site, Donald Trump's game show, and rock paper scissors. Go »

Highball Wilson

This pitcher played in the losingest season in baseball history, way back in 1899. Go »

Héctor Andrés Negroni

No history of Puerto Rico's contributions the U.S. Armed Forces would be complete without this colonel. Go »

Roy Rogers

As Celebrity Goo Drinking Game rides into the sunset, this TV cowboy sings a fond wish: "Happy trails to you." Go »

Kenneth Branagh

His film career connects such cultural icons as Frankenstein, Hamlet, Marilyn Monroe, Thor, and Harry Potter. Go »

Dolores O'Riordan

She dreams of salvation from lingering zombies. Go »

Saint Patrick

First a slave, then a scholar, then a snake banisher, then Ireland's most important saint. Go »

James Hoban

How strange that it was an Irishman who designed the most famous house in America. Go »

Maeve Binchy

Oprah's endorsements made this Dublin writer a bigger hit than James Joyce. Go »

Amon Goeth

As many as twelve thousand prisoners died in his concentration camp at Plaszów, many shot by him personally from his balcony. Go »

Otto Skorzeny

This scar-faced German gained fame for liberating another nation's leader from captivity. Go »

Koko Kondo

Pearl Buck and Ralph Edwards have this hibakusha in common. Go »

Hiroo Onoda

The last native Japanese soldier to give up the war now has a home in Brazil. Go »

Salvo D'Acquisto

When his nation switched sides, this soldier made a saintly sacrifice to prevent Germans from executing 22 of his countrymen. Go »

Ernest King

He put off retirement to command America's naval fleet. Who's the king? Go »

Robert Oppenheimer

Hinduism and Catholicism influenced this destroyer of worlds. Go »

Audie Murphy

This heroic machine-gunner went to Hell and back, and later went to Hollywood and back. Go »

Helen Duncan

This psychic claimed knowledge of naval incidents before the news hit the homefront, but British law didn't tolerate witchcraft. Go »

Dmitry Nikolayevich Medvedev

His resistance against German occupiers made him a Soviet hero, but it did not make him the Russian president. Go »

Prince George

He was already among the most famous people in his island nation at negative six months of age. Go »

Regina Spektor

She sang an orange theme song out of her blue mouth. Go »

Thomas Haden Church

His most famous roles were a mechanic, a thief, a newlywed, and a best friend. Go »

Harper Lee

This author is known for an acrimony towards songbirds. Go »

Eric Cantor

He can't (or won't) allow compromise in his house. Go »

John Goodman

On screen, he's had a red wife and a blue brother. Go »

Elise Andrew

This Facebook user has an obscene interest in empirical knowledge. Go »

Amy Chua

If her title was honest, her children would lick themselves and sleep 20 hours a day. Go »

Kim Kardashian

Fortunately, she and her famous beau did not give their daughter the initial K, or put together the family would have a hateful connotation. Go »

June Shannon

She's cashing in big on her sweet mistake, or maybe not. Go »

Joe Montana

This retiree's commercial endorsements were aided by a smile as big as the state he's named after. Go »

Owen Wilson

It's pretty easy for him to play Luke Wilson's brother. Go »

Champ Bailey

Whether Denver wins or loses the season, their best interceptor is already a champion. Go »

Armie Hammer

The flop of The Lone Ranger makes this actor's name less likely to appear in households than baking soda. Go »