Justin Woods won this season on May 21, 2014. There were 65 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (63 goos solved), Justin Woods (61 goos solved), Samir Mehta (57 goos solved), Chris Lemler (52 goos solved), Joanna Woods (51 goos solved), Steve West (47 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (46 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (45 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (30 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (24 goos solved), Scott Hardie (13 goos solved), Matthew Preston (10 goos solved), Amy Austin (5 goos solved), Erik Bates (5 goos solved), and Lori Lancaster (4 goos solved).

Gracie Gold

This figure skater from Boston won a lot of hearts, but didn't win a medal made of her last name. Go »

Alex Bilodeau

This skier from Montreal won a gold medal, but he's still not the most inspirational member of his family. Go »

Ole Einar Bjørndalen

This record-smashing Norwegian just retired after acquiring more gold to wear around his neck than Mr. T. Go »

Iouri Podladtchikov

Ever seen an iPod do a flip? YOLO, dude. Go »

Bob Costas

When Olympic promoters wished for the games to go viral, they didn't mean this sportscaster's eyes. Go »

Link

Try and you will be able to force the solution, if you can interconnect with your past. Go »

Solid Snake

2001 was the year this solid boss went to war. Go »

Master Chief

Faceless, but not fearless, this angel took the XBOX by storm. Go »

Lara Croft

Not quite Indiana Jones, but many ancient lands have been raided. Go »

Nathan Drake

Not quite Indiana Jones, but many ancient lands off the charts were explored. Go »

Toni DiBuono

This actress ought to go back to square one. Go »

Beverly Leech

On Monday, this actress will take a leap of faith to get the fastest time. Go »

Jeff Saturday

After packing up his bags on the weekend, this center moved to Indiana after he retired. Go »

Marilyn Friday

This actress is not only in L.A., but if you happened to find this goo she will be a keeper. Go »

Skip Woods

If you thought Wednesday's goo was easy, Thursday's goo will be no skip in the park. Go »

Clara Barton

Founder of the American branch of an international caregiving organization, this goo earned her angelic nickname by tirelessly tending to wounded soldiers. Go »

Gregg Allman

His guardian angel gave him a new liver despite him being no angel himself. Go »

Curtis Sliwa

Steamy e-mails and divorces are not exactly angelic. Go »

John Forsythe

In an ironic television twist, this goo may be best remembered for a role in which he never made a screen appearance. Go »

Dan Brown

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Taylor Swift

This young singer of hits "You Belong with Me" and "We are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is many years away from a nickname like Old Rough and Ready. Go »

Truman Capote

His books Breakfast at Tiffany's and In Cold Blood changed literature, but not as much as two nuclear bombs changed warfare. Go »

Jackson Browne

The expression "running on empty" is a sad metaphor for the Trail of Tears. Go »

Jefferson Davis

How ironic that the man who failed to lead his confederates in a successful free nation shared his name with the author of the Declaration of Independence. Go »

Harrison King McCann

His company's creation of the modern Santa Claus left an imprint on society lasting much longer than one month. Who's the king? Go »

Wilson Pickett

His songs "In the Midnight Hour" and "Land of 1000 Dances" were popular across an entire league of nations. Go »

Washington Irving

His characters Rip Van Winkle and the Headless Horseman made him the father of American folklore, if not the father of his country. Go »

Arthur Conan Doyle

It doesn't take a master sleuth to deduce the importance of the Pendleton Act in fighting corruption. Go »

Tyler, The Creator

It must have seemed like an odd and uncertain future when a vice president seized power. Go »

Madison Brengle

She has won five singles tournaments and five doubles tournaments, but she hasn't enumerated that many rights in law. Go »

Snooki

From Chile by way of the Jersey Shore, this real-life Thumbelina packs a lot of personality into her tiny 4'8" frame. Go »

Rihanna

This singing real-life Rumpelstiltskin asked her fans, "What's my name?" Go »

Daniel Craig

British intelligence suggests that this actor's latest movie makes him a real-life Chicken Little. Go »

Cher

Her distinctive long hair made this real-life Rapunzel an star on her singing variety show, long before she won an Oscar. Go »

Fat Joe

This real-life Buttercup recently lost 100 pounds, but his rapping name continues to reflect his former girth. Go »

Matthew McConaughey

This star of Ghosts of Girlfriends Past believes that he lives in a haunted house. Go »

James Stewart

His most famous co-star was a guardian angel. His most famous co-passenger was a yeti. Go »

Shirley MacLaine

In another life, she wasn't a famous movie star, New Age author, and big sister. Go »

Sammy Hagar

He really hates it when UFOs are forced to obey a strict speed limit. Go »

Nancy Reagan

The signs of the zodiac wielded enormous influence until January 1989. Go »

John Smith

His experience settling Virginia would help him win a game of Settlers of Catan, but Pocahontas wouldn't be there to save his life. Go »

Sanjay Gupta

If a Pandemic broke out, this doctor would give us all updates on CNN. Go »

Jerry Maren

The last surviving member of the Lollipop Guild knows firsthand what it takes to be a Munchkin. Go »

Cornelius Vanderbilt

This railroad magnate and university founder would have been happy to sell you a Ticket to Ride. Go »

Ameerah al-Taweel

Attempting to pass a Love Letter to this Saudi Arabian in front of her husband would be a bad idea, even if she works toward women's empowerment. Go »

Elizabeth Taylor

This star of Giant and Cleopatra so enjoyed being Bejeweled that she launched a line of fragrances named after diamonds. Go »

Tony Horton

The creator of P90X would have no trouble keeping up with the Wii Fit trainer. Go »

Jack Ruby

He may have broken an Assassin's Creed by killing a fellow killer in Texas. Go »

Matt Urban

From his home city of Buffalo, he heard the Call of Duty and eventually became the most decorated soldier in World War II. Go »

Meyer Guggenheim

You can't make money or children in Minecraft, but this Swiss-born miner eventually had lots of both. Go »

Ja Rule

This rapper is too young to know what love is. He hasn't yet reached his tenth birthday. Go »

The Undertaker

This giant in his sport is known for his deadpan sense of humor. Go »

Mary Barra

She was given the keys to the kingdom just in time for them to fail. Go »

Mindy Kaling

This actress is known for projecting confidence in her workplace. Go »

John DiMaggio

This actor often gets mixed up in weird roles like a shapeshifting robot and an alcoholic dog. Go »

Dinesh D'Souza

Two years ago, he successfully looked four years into the future about what happened four and half decades earlier. Go »

Abubakar Shekau

His favorite brick in the wall is the one in the middle. Go »

Cat Power

Lack of free time, not a successful association with cats, caused this rocker's noted mental illness. Go »

Xzibit

Yo dawg I heard you like celebrity goos so I put some celebrity goos in your celebrity goo game. Go »

Tippi Hedren

Hitchcock taught this actress a thing or two about dealing with Angry Birds. Go »

Robert Plant

Here's a British rock riddle: What kind of plant produces one lemon and one tangerine? Go »

Pitbull

If you guess anyone other than this Miami-born rapper, you're barking up the wrong tree. Go »

Cyndi Lauper

Theme after theme, goos just want to have fun. Go »

Manute Bol

His height made him one of the NBA's all-time best shot blockers, so it's ironic that his first name made him sound tiny. Go »

Miyamoto Musashi

This dueling swordsman and collector of five rings remains big in Japan to this day. Go »