LaVonne Lemler won this season on May 29, 2015. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (90 goos solved, a perfect score), Russ Wilhelm (89 goos solved), Joanna Woods (84 goos solved), Steve West (82 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (80 goos solved), Chris Lemler (71 goos solved), Samir Mehta (70 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (69 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (66 goos solved), Erik Bates (33 goos solved), Matthew Preston (28 goos solved), Mike Eberhart (16 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (13 goos solved), Scott Hardie (2 goos solved), and Aaron Shurtleff (1 goo solved).

David Cameron

Britain's current prime minister is technically both right and honourable. Go »

Sebastão Salgado

This Brazilian gave up the study of money to document economic inequality, but he couldn't give up gold. Go »

Sheila E.

Her love life has been glamorous and bizarre since working with the Purple One. Go »

Jake Gyllenhaal

He has played a gay cowboy, a Persian prince, a time-repeating soldier, a "dark" teenager, and a climate-endangered student. Go »

Rob Dibble

If you can't get dibs on this goo, would you get Red in the face and throw a big temper tantrum on the field like him? Go »

Adam Levine

This singer can dance as well as the frontman from the Rolling Stones. Go »

Ben Kingsley

He played an Uncle of Persia, a Guru, and a Therapist, just to name a few of his roles. Who's the king? Go »

Samantha Power

One of the most powerful women in the world is still remembered for her monstrous opinion of one of the other most powerful women. Go »

Penn Jillette

This magician's license plates are ATHEIST, NOGOD, and GODLESS. Go »

Drake

It took him seven years to get out of public school, but now this Canadian rapper is so far gone that it's too late for a comeback. Go »

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

This young killer's day (after day) in court makes right now a trying time for Boston. Go »

Alice Ghostley

Do you think this bewitched graduate could teach a class on how to catch a ghost? Go »

Twin Shadow

It's impossible to cast one shadow, let alone two, during an eclipse. Go »

John Daly

Not a day goes by that he doesn't regret sharing a nickname with a donut and a pirate. Go »

Bob Guccione

His naked success put him on the top level of his industry. Go »

Will Eisner

This spirited artist was so good that every year, his name is synonymous with greatness in the comics industry. Go »

Jim Carrey

If you claimed to be a grinch who doesn't like this almighty star of dumb and dumber comedies, someone might call you a liar-liar. Go »

Kathleen Madigan

This St. Louis comedian has made critics mad again with her blue-collar pride. Go »

Terry Fator

After it was confirmed that he had talent, he took it to Vegas (appropriately enough, at The Mirage), where his inanimate co-stars do all of the talking. Go »

Miranda Cosgrove

Iwish this goo wasn't so distorted, then sparks wouldn't fly so high, especially on a show with a Drake Bell theme song. Go »

Bob Odenkirk

This actor's career broke bad in his first properly-titled show, but now you better call him successful. Go »

Henry Hudson

This British sea captain's legend is as short as the American river named for him. Go »

Tia Torres

Who knew that parolees could be saved by pit bulls all due to this woman, who opened a rescue that gave them all a chance at a new life? Go »

Derrick Rose

A knee-injury-prone Chicagoan by any other name would score as sweetly. Go »

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Pacifism is noble, but sometimes even saints may resort to violence so that the coming generation shall continue to live. Go »

Charlie Hunnam

His parents were lawlessness and civil disorder, but he grew up as gay and weird as everyday people. Go »

Brock Lesnar

If you can't figure out who this beast is, he'll eat, sleep, and maybe break your streak. Go »

DJ Jazzy Jeff

He was the DJ. Will Smith was the rapper. Go »

Big Sean

Your induction to the hall of fame depends on solving this goo, big time. Go »

Mike Pence

This Hoosier governor has newfound freedom to learn how contentious religion and public policy can be. Go »

Miranda Lambert

This former star of Nashville, who recently went platinum, is famous in every small town. Go »

Dennis Hwang

This goo, whose oodles of work are viewed by milliions worldwide, can be considered the most famous unknown artist. Go »

John Denver

He named himself after the largest metropolis in his favorite mountain state, but deep down, he was glad to be a country boy. Go »

Christopher McDonald

If you can't upset this goo's wife, try not to shoot her husband, because he'll get trigger happy and do a tappy-tap dance on your face. Go »

MIguel Cabrera

He's the only modern player who gets to wear three crowns. Go »

Eugene Cernan

Americans passionate about space exploration hope that he won't remain the last man on the Moon. Go »

Robert Baer

Perhaps George Clooney wanted to play this government employee in a movie because his book mentioned sleeping with someone. Go »

Jeff Garlin

This standup comic had some enthusiastic success on cable before starring in an 80s family sitcom. Go »

Wayne Gretzky

This Ontario native is known simply as "The Great One" for his two-decade domination of the sport of hockey, where he played for Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, and New York. Go »

Gustave Eiffel

The two most famous landmarks in Paris and New York have this civil engineer and architect in common, but only one is named for him. Go »

Joe Zhou

He had a reason to cross the bridge in New York: To go stay at the Golden Arches instead. Go »

Pocahontas

Her singing kid-friendly songs with talking forest animals is probably more historically accurate than John Smith's tall tale of her saving his life. Go »

Chris Matthews

This Philadelphian MSNBC host calls himself liberal but doesn't always vote that way, as he voted for George W. Bush for President. Go »

Cameron Crowe

He was almost famous as a rock journalist before he finished high school with fast times, but now that he's a successful filmmaker, he can say anything he wants and even buy a zoo with all singles if he wants. Go »

Keri Arthur

This author's main character is being pressured to find the keys to the portals of Hell to keep a dark thing from our world. Go »

S. Epatha Merkerson

After seventeen years in law enforcement, she has a colorful new career searching for missing people. Go »

Thomas Aquinas

This Catholic saint graduated summa theologica in his class at Aristotelian University. Go »

Daniel Stern

Don't expect this actor to be living all by his lonesome self at home, because if you try to break in, you may be in for an electric shock. Go »

Martin Freeman

He's been both a hitchhiker exploring the galaxy and a hobbit exploring Middle Earth. Go »

Joseph Hazelwood

His name has been a dirty word in Alaska for a quarter century. Go »

Gordon Moore

The reasoning power necessary to solve celebrity goos doubles every two years, according to a prediction by this intel-ligent businessman. Go »

Ali Khamenei

Iranians can elect anyone president, but this cleric holds the real power in the nation, and he has no term limits. Go »

Homer Plessy

Even though 87.5% of him could ride anywhere he wanted, it was the other 12.5% that he was fighting for. Sadly, the 12.5% was doomed for years. His life could have made a good follow-up to The Odyssey—someone should tell Homer. Go »

Amy Schumer

This comedian wasn't the last one standing, and now she's about to wreck the train on her inside track. Go »

Bear Grylls

This nature-battling reality TV star is known for shitting in the woods, just like his namesake. Go »

Sadie Robertson

If you see her dancing as a princess, she might be in a video with her partner Mario. Go »

Eddie Kidd

Impersonating James Bond was child's play compared to his final stunt. Go »

Tom Brokaw

This longtime NBC newsman is the greatest namer of the greatest generation. Go »

Richard Dawkins

His belief that we have an odd delusion about faith has never really evolved, and has become a selfish meme. Go »

Hong Xiuquan

Heavenly visions can lead to great disasters, especially when you think you're God's other son. Go »

Marlon Brando

He was a godfather, and a wild one at that, but he coulda been a contender. Go »

Tony Conigliaro

All eyes were on this MLB player when his career was cut short, but not before he got red hot and cornered some impressive stats as a young player. Go »

Don Lapre

The real secret to making any money is to trick people into thinking that you have one. Go »

Freddie Gray

Unexplained fatal damage to his anatomy while in police custody has Baltimore feeling fifty shades of outrage. Go »

Robert Durst

None of his victims—not his wife, not a friend, not even a neighbor—could get justice until HBO obtained evidence that he killed them all. Go »

Steve Stone

In the Windy City, if he announced today, would he be stone cold? O hell yeah. Go »

Bill O'Reilly

This registered independent says that conservative ideology doesn't factor into the political commentary show that he hosts on Fox News Channel. Oh, really? Go »

Bill Watterson

His decade (1985-1995) of drawing a mischievous six-year-old boy, and his stuffed tiger who came to imaginary life, was considered too short by many fans. Go »

Mary Ward

Anybody who fears dying in a car accident can at least be sure they won't be the first. Go »

Jamuna Tamung

The Earth itself has just tried for the third time to shake off this centenarian, and failed again. Go »

Christina Milian

Searching for this Jersey singer and actress could take you all day from A.M. to P.M. (This clue is about time.) Go »

Ed Harris

He's been a painter, a marine, a TV director, an astronaut, an FBI agent, and a senator. Go »

Matt Williams

If you run through third base, you will be laying on the mat. Go »

Rick James

He escaped ghetto life with a series of super-freaky hits, but cocaine addiction still drove him to an early grave in his native Buffalo. Go »

Richard Reid

Maybe he just really hates shoes. Go »

Mitch McConnell

Jon Stewart's turtle impressions didn't keep Kentucky's most senior senator from becoming Senate Majority Leader this year. Go »

Lisa Loring

If she wants a Family reunion, she better have it before Wednesday, because the cast is dropping like flies. Go »

Aaron Hernandez

This tight end was drafted by the Patriots in 2010, but now he has a lifetime engagement with the Massachusetts Department of Corrections. Go »

Róisín Murphy

This singer from the emerald isle can turn red gemstones blue. Go »

Alexander Rusev

He's well known for being a Bulgarian asshole. If you can't get this goo, he will crush you in Florida with the Accolade. Go »

Ludacris

Synonyms for this Atlanta rapper include ridiculous, laughable, farcical, and preposterous. Go »

Lester Holt

Between today, nightly, weekends, and dateline, this NBC anchor gets a lot of "air time." Go »

John Wall

There are many famous walls in the city that he plays for, including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Korean War Memoral, and he's one of them. Go »

John Popper

At a time when self-serious grunge was taking over the radio, he found success playing the harmonica and identifying with blues music by name. It helped that he knew how to write a good hook. Go »

Theodore Roosevelt

Teddy bears and Mount Rushmore are lasting signs of this safari-loving Rough Rider's popular presidency. Go »

George Sutherland

It takes a weird legal mind to deny citizenship because someone is Caucasian, but not white. Go »

David Sills

Don't sit back and let this teenager hand off the ball, because he would have good skills in Southern California. Go »

Taylor Makakoa

Just because your partner is a ventriloquist doesn't mean you're a dummy. Go »

Adam Carolla

He loved lines, showed men, and yanked cranks before becoming a highly downloaded podcaster. Go »

Bobby Darin

One can imagine the splish-splash sound that it would have made if this mid-century crooner had thrown his knife (named Mack) into beyond the sea's edge and into the water. Go »