Joanna Woods won this season on February 20, 2014. There were 65 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (65 goos solved, a perfect score), Russ Wilhelm (63 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (59 goos solved), Chris Lemler (58 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (58 goos solved), Joanna Woods (57 goos solved), Steve West (56 goos solved), Samir Mehta (55 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (50 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (35 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (32 goos solved), Erik Bates (22 goos solved), Matthew Preston (9 goos solved), Amy Austin (4 goos solved), Ryan Dunn (2 goos solved), Sarah Kyle (2 goos solved), Jason Lemler (1 goo solved), Kelly Hardie (1 goo solved), and Lori Lancaster (1 goo solved).

John Boehner

He can't (or won't) allow compromise in Eric Cantor's house. Go »

Stevie Nicks

This singer is rumoured to be a bella donna in private. Go »

Vasily Zaytsev

This Soviet sniper repelled the enemy at the gates during World War II, but it didn't make him the Russian president either. Go »

Brenda Song

This Disney Channel regular co-starred in The Social Network. Go »

Chris Peters

This artist came from deep within the artistic body of Los Angeles. Go »

Ethan Hawke

Neither Jude Law nor Michelle Monaghan starred in Training Day, Reality Bites, or Before Sunrise. Go »

Silvio Berlusconi

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

Pearl Bailey

This St. Louis woman was known for Hello, Dolly! and Carmen Jones, not for Irish cream. Go »

Konstantins Raudive

If you listen very closely, you just might hear the answer to another goo. Go »

Joan Hardie

This Funeratic member is not technically a celebrity, but she is by far the most common guess made by stumped and frustrated players, both online and at GooCon. Go »

Nick Saban

College football fans loyal to Sweet Home Alabama have much to love about this championship-winning coach. Go »

Tuesday Weld

Since this star of Looking for Mr. Goodbar and Once Upon a Time in America retired, fans have asked why Tuesday's Gone. Go »

George Zimmerman

A Florida jury made a Free Bird out of this neighborhood watch volunteer who stood his ground. Go »

Pierre Bouvier

This singer fronts a Montréal-based band whose name rhymes with Simple Man. Go »

Jamie Dimon

This chief executive - that's Mr. Banker to you - has been criticized for his relentless pursuit of profit. Go »

Mark Valley

This star of canceled shows like Human Target and Body of Proof has seen plenty of lows in his career. Go »

Jonah Hill

He has trained his dragon, jumped a street, and gotten Russell Brand to the Greek. Go »

Tom Ridge

Homeland security literally starts with this Pennsylvanian. Go »

Anson Mount

Prior to his current show about trains, this actor previously starred in a show about a mountain. Go »

Pat Summitt

No coach in the association has yet topped this one's records. Go »

James Patterson

You would need more than one Clue to solve a murder faster than this best-selling author of the Alex Cross and Women's Murder Club novels. Go »

Arvind Mahankali

Knowing words like "knaidel" will help this 13-year-old win any game of Scrabble. Go »

Alexander the Great

This Greek king took a Risk by invading lands as far east as India, but he never lost a battle. Go »

Michael Mullen

His experience commanding every Battleship on the sea made him a strong military advisor to Bush and Obama. Go »

Ivanka Trump

She has a prominent role in her father's real estate and hotel empire, but she has no Monopoly on the decision-making. Go »

Billie Jean King

Winning Pong should be easy for a woman who defeated Margaret Court, Martina Navratilova, and Bobby Riggs. Who's the king? Go »

Ray Kroc

His enormous success at building McDonald's into a fast-food empire probably made his competitors feel like they were trapped in a nightmarish game of BurgerTime. Go »

Jeff Bridges

Starring in the movie Tron might help this actor excel at its better-selling video game. Go »

Atilla Iskifoglu

This champion bartender's got more than enough talent to win any game of Tapper. Go »

Sebastian Vettel

Winning four world championships must intimidate the other drivers at Pole Position. Go »

The Notorious B.I.G.

His escalation of the East Coast-West Coast feud in gangsta rap came to a Notorious end. Go »

Nik Wallenda

Being a seventh-generation circus performer helps him avoid Vertigo when walking over such places as Niagara Falls and the Grand Canyon. Go »

Marnie Stern

For all of her well-chronicled success, she still prefers just to be called Marnie. Go »

Gram Parsons

This holy singer was massively influential in country rock after playing in The Byrds. Go »

Ted Bundy

A list of victims across Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, and Florida makes this Psycho one of America's most prolific killers. Go »

Mark Cuban

Liking pickles and mustard is not what makes this successful business owner a maverick. Go »

Neil Hamburger

This comedian gets nervous when hecklers grill him like a meat patty. Go »

Rubén Blades

This beefy singer has a side career appearing in movies such as Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Go »

Peace Pilgrim

Walking any distance the day after a Thanksgiving feast can feel like tens of thousands of miles. Go »

Hoagy Carmichael

This songwriter had an extended career composing for Hollywood, but he's also known as the likeness of James Bond. Go »

Ron Woodroof

Drug dealers aren't supposed to use their own supply, but maybe things are different in Dallas. Go »

Jordan Belfort

His taxonomical classification is Wallstis lupus. Go »

Angelo Errichetti

Camden was better off without this corrupt politician. Go »

Philomena Lee

Ireland could never give this mother back what it took from her. Go »

Solomon Northup

His last name was where he spent a long time wanting to go. Go »

Neil Bush

His savings & loan collapse cost taxpayers more than a billion dollars, but it happened when his father was in the White House, not his brother. Go »

Roger Clinton

His drinking and his high-profile failures at singing and acting created a headache for his brother's protectors. Go »

Billy Carter

It's fine to like beer. It's fine to name a brew after yourself. It's not fine when your brother is the nation's top diplomat. Go »

Donald Nixon

A loan from a world-famous aviator wasn't enough to rescue this businessman from failure, and the press never let his brother forget it. Go »

Sam Houston Johnson

It's a wonder that he had enough secrets left to write a tell-all family memoir, after airing so much dirty laundry in the press. Go »

Sally Hemings

That a president had an affair with his wife's half-sister is the least controversial part of the story. Go »

Arthur Chu

This master shoretegist has given opponents quite a run for the first place tie. Go »

Madeleine L'Engle

How many Christian children's authors base their books on quantum physics? Go »

Stubbs

There's something Egyptian about this Alaskan mayor's office. Go »

Bob Keeshan

This veteran actor was promoted to captain at the age of 28. Go »

Téa Leoni

Her resume includes restless spirits, huge lizards, and alternate realities. Go »

Eve Ensler

This writer has found estimable success with a laser-like focus on one body part. Go »

Ridley Pearson

This theme park aficionado has made a killing on the bestseller lists. Go »

Jason Russell

This director is best known for exposing the once powerful. Go »

Michael Sam

In May, this tiger could become the the first openly gay professional in his sport. Go »

Nostradamus

This visionary Frenchman may have foreseen five hundred years' worth of the future, or maybe we've just willfully interpreted his quatrains that way. Go »

James Cromwell

His co-stars have included superspy Jack Ryan, a talking pig, and the Borg. Go »

Miranda Cosgrove

iCan't expect you to know every highly-paid Nickelodeon superstar, iGuess. Go »

Evo Morales

This socialist candidate came out of (far) left field to become Bolivia's first native leader. Go »

Weegee

This freelance photographer didn't really have psychic powers enabling him to show up instantly at crime scenes, but his disturbing work still gave NYPD investigators the heebee-jeebees. Go »