Mike Rothstein won this season on November 28, 2014. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (89 goos solved), Steve West (88 goos solved), Joanna Woods (80 goos solved), Samir Mehta (79 goos solved), Chris Lemler (78 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (78 goos solved), Justin Woods (75 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (75 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (68 goos solved), Lori Lancaster (60 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (51 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (37 goos solved), Erik Bates (26 goos solved), Matthew Preston (9 goos solved), Scott Hardie (3 goos solved), and Themba Shawn Ncala (1 goo solved).

Leonardo DiCaprio

After some growing pains at the inception of his career, he found titanic success playing departed aviator Howard Hughes. Go »

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

He'd prefer me to list him under Government or Religion, seeing as how he has carved out a religious state from parts of two other nations, but the $10 million bounty on his head makes him a terrorist. Go »

Milton Chapman

Man, don't go around keying his car, or his fans will boo and hiss, especially when you point out that he never appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone. Go »

Michael Bay

He loves to explode robot cars, ninja turtles, asteroids, Pearl Harbor, Alcatraz... You name, he'll explode it. Go »

Amanda Hocking

Writing vampire romance books for teens can make anyone successful, even without a publisher. Who's the king? Go »

Olivia Prokopova

This Czech native is a big fish in a little pond. Go »

Jim Butcher

His popular books are about a wizard and private eye in Chicago, not a city in Germany. Go »

Larry Page

Other tech startups have taken a page from his playbook after he co-founded the massively successful Google. Go »

Bashar al-Assad

How could he have received 89% of the re-election vote this year when his nation is torn in half by civil war? Go »

Jason Miller

Don't go have a specific brand of beer in Milwaukee and be a bully, or this goo will beat you up. Go »

Gene Simmons

This rock singer gave up rocking and rolling all night and partying every day to raise a bejeweled family. Go »

Ira Glass

This American host is known for putting his interview subjects under a magnifying glass. Go »

Uzo Aduba

The actress behind the breakout supporting character on Orange is the New Black has a knotty relationship with casting directors. Go »

Deadmau5

No, he does not enter the club through a hole in the baseboard. Go »

Lisa Lopes

The initials of this monocular singer's group did not stand for Turn Left Carefully. Go »

Penélope Cruz

The sky was the limit for her early career success, then she endured a long desert without a hit in the middle years, and her biggest recent film was heavily pirated. Go »

Ray Santilli

He shouldn't open alien bodies to see what killed them. Go »

David Letterman

There are ten top reasons why his impending retirement is a loss for late-night comedy talk shows. Go »

Karen Elson

This British model branched out into making spectral music with her white-loving husband. Go »

Tobin Wolf

This wolf from Pittsburgh likes his cats. Go »

Edward Crawford

No need to feel weepy over this freedom-loving St. Louisan. He's all that and a bag of chips. Go »

Julia Roberts

This pretty woman, one of America's sweethearts, couldn't go to her best friend's wedding without looking in her mirror-mirror to practice her Mona Lisa smile. Go »

Justin Timberlake

He has justifiably produced twenty out of twenty sounds of the future. Go »

Luis Suárez

His teammates promised to take him out for a bite to eat after the game, but he just couldn't wait. Go »

Adam Sandler

This SNL veteran doesn't play as many funny people as he used to. Go »

Bill Maher

This un-PC comedian prefers to tackle current events in real time. Go »

Hugo Weaving

If the Transformers, the Lord of the Rings, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Matrix, and the penguins in Happy Feet had a crossover, this actor would be very busy playing multiple parts. Go »

Robin Williams

He brought sitcom space aliens, comic-strip sailors, Vietnam War radio show hosts, absent-minded professors, cross-dressing nannies, and cartoon genies to life, but depression eventually robbed him of his own. Go »

Martin Short

Besides a long movie career, this Canadian comedian is known for bringing his characters Ed Grimley and Jiminy Glick to various television shows. Go »

John Krasinski

Since leaving his office job, this actor has found success as a voice actor in Monsters University and The Wind Rises. Go »

Guy Fieri

This fiery guy is a popular host on the Food Network. Go »

Jim Gilchrist

You have less than a minute to run back over the border when you see this activist's men coming for you. Go »

Eleanor Rigby

She has memorialized the struggle of all the lonely people to find a place they have in common with four musicians. Go »

Charlie Kaufman

This New York writer and director, who has adapted novels to the screen, is known for getting inside his actors' heads. Go »

Sandra Bullock

This actress likes physics: She made movies in the nineties about velocity and buoyancy, and recently, two films about temperature and weight. Go »

Bob Marley

This Rastafarian wailed his way into Jamaican record books as a best-selling legend. Go »

Lewis Black

If comedians call obscenity on stage "working blue," would it be appropriate to call angry ranting on stage "working black?" Go »

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

This popular NASCAR driver hopes to carry on his father's legacy for 88 more years. Go »

Emilia Clarke

Westeros is a long way from her native London. Go »

Tommy Tune

Being from Texas didn't make him a Whore. Go »

Mahatma Gandhi

This great Indian leader once said, "I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary; the evil it does is permanent." Go »

Brian Michael Bendis

Oh, your comic book character has super powers? Big deal. This guy has the ultimate power. Go »

Judit Polgár

This Hungarian knows that the queen is the most powerful piece on the chessboard. Go »

Ryan Seacrest

Wannabe hosts idolize this rockin' emcee's ability to land more high-profile gigs on the air every new year. Go »

Tim Edwards

Even MacGyver couldn't do this much with a sharpie, some cardboard, and a website. Go »

Alison Bechdel

People who only know her 3-step test for cinematic gender equality will have to watch out for her genius comics about LGBT life. Go »

Steve Diet Goedde

Is this what Ansel Adams really had in mind when he thought about S&M? Go »

Alisha Hessler

What would she have called her reality show? Busom Buddies? Triple Threat? Mammory in the Middle? Go »

Harold Bloom

He fires at the idea that Western literature isn't aesthetically better than global literature, or women's literature. Go »

Flavor Flav

It's always a good time for this very public enemy with a funny sense of taste. Go »

Tegan Humphrey

You shouldn't sing or hum free while trying to catch a mermaid. Go »

John Green

He leveraged his video-blogging with his sibling into a best-selling YA lit career. Blame it on the stars, I guess. Go »

Brenda Leyland

It's understandable to hate a married couple who you think murdered their daughter in Portugal. Hating them up to 50 times a day seems excessive. Go »

Kailash Satyarthi

Having to share the Nobel Peace Prize with someone less than a third his age might be difficult, if he hadn't devoted his life's work to the concerns of minors. Go »

Solomon W. Golomb

Think this professor would know his way around Tetris? Go »

Peter Mutharika

How can you go from being a law professor to a leader of a country in three years? Family connections help. Go »

Brian McKnight

Being born on June 5 gave him the astrological inspiration for his highest-charting album. Go »

Thomas Eric Duncan

This Liberian driver became America's patient zero in the current ebola outbreak. Go »

danah boyd

This social media expert knows how teenagers use the Internet, but not how to capitalize. Go »

Zoe Quinn

This Canada-based developer became the "game" in more ways than one: She implanted a chip in her hand to interact with a game, and criticism by her ex-boyfriend made her the center of a firestorm of controversy called #GamerGate. Go »

Blue Ivy Carter

This colorfully named toddler may have good genes for music from her parents Bey and Jay. Go »

Danny MacAskill

What a rush he must get, being from the sky. Go »

H.B. Reese

Cups and pieces are the legacy of this Pennsylvania dairy farmer. Go »

Tina Fey

Except for Sarah Palin, most people like the work of this comedy writer who made a sitcom about the weekly live sketch show where she used to work. Go »

H.H. Holmes

It's not Fair that we'll never know how much blood this Devil left all over Chicago. Go »

Phil Hellmuth

If this goo checks to you, don't call, because he will call you an idiot goo player. Go »

Rob Lowe

He's had career highs like The West Wing and About Last Night, and career lowes like St. Elmo's Fire and his duet with Snow White. Go »

Brandon Marshall

This wide receiver is the first person on Inside the NFL who actually is inside the NFL. Go »

Samantha Lewthwaite

She's not your everyday black widow. Go »

Joanna Newsom

This squeaky-voiced harpist with a movie-star husband is the new something in indie folk music. Go »

Willie Lloyd

Chicago's king of sin dodges bullets (unsuccessfully) while he tries to repent as a free man. Go »

Alex Laboeuf

This retail worker scored a bullseye with Ellen's audience. Go »

Brutus

This UK feline is always at Morrison's place. Go »

Meghan Trainor

This singer scored an XXL hit this summer with a song that was heavy on bass (no treble). Go »

Daisy Ridley

May the Force be with this London-born actress as she attempts to awaken a dormant sci-fi franchise as one of its new co-leads. Go »

Todd McFarlane

His image of being an atheist reflects in his stories. No clowning around here! Go »

Kim Harrison

This author's primary character may not live long without her pixy and vampire back-up. Go »

Giacomo Puccini

Butterflies and Bohemians figure prominently in the work of this Italian opera composer. Go »

Virginia Woolf

She wrote classics like To the Lighthouse and Mrs. Dalloway in a room of her own. Go »

Robert Hughes

If you're upside down, maybe you'll say he's a major art critic. But don't do it in a car or you'll crash. Go »

Catrina Allen

She's on Team Prodigy and has cat-like reflexes when putting. Go »

Misty Upham

This actress, who co-starred with Meryl Streep, Benecio Del Toro, and Jennifer Aniston, wasn't discovered until her career was already over. Go »

Allison Scagliotti

Her last hacking gig was #13. Go »

Taylor Momsen

This pretty hard rock singer can turn into a real grinch if she catches you gossiping about her prior career. Go »

Chris Rock

He discovered his greatest success as a standup comic after everybody hated his rocky start on Saturday Night Live. Go »

Tory Burch

This billionaire designer shares her name with a thin white tree. Go »

John Schnatter

This paternal CEO has sold a lot of pizza since 1984. Go »

Bruce Campbell

He has battled Hercules and Xena, a maniac cop, and Bubba Ho-Tep, but his best-known enemies remain the Deadites. Go »

Jim DeMint

Eight years in the Senate weren't enough heritage for him, so he left to find more. Go »

Darren Wilson

Six shots ended this Missourian's career three years after he joined the Ferguson police department. Go »