Samir Mehta won this season on August 28, 2015. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (89 goos solved), Justin Woods (85 goos solved), Steve West (84 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (83 goos solved), Chris Lemler (81 goos solved, a perfect score), Joanna Woods (80 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (80 goos solved), Samir Mehta (79 goos solved), Mike Eberhart (77 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (72 goos solved), Stan Iwanchuk (45 goos solved), Matthew Preston (44 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (43 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (33 goos solved), Scott Hardie (2 goos solved), and Lori Lancaster (1 goo solved).

Neneh Cherry

Her name might be sweet like cherry, but as a hip hop artist, she's raw like sushi. Go »

Dana Perino

She used to be the voice of the Bush administration. Now she's one of five voices talking on Fox News Channel. Go »

Miles Scott

Saving San Francisco was easy for this pint-sized superhero, but the whole city saving him from a day of cancer treatment was the real act of heroism. Go »

Tim Hightower

If you can't get past the twenth-fifth, thirty-fourth, or thirty-ninth goos, don't expect to build a tall tower. Go »

Gordon Ramsay

Working for this hellish TV chef must be a nightmare. Go »

Wiz Khalifa

If you remember this rapper who's a wizard on the mic, say yeah. Go »

Robert Mankoff

New Yorkers wouldn't get their weekly dose of wit without this cartoonist wrangling the written words beneath them. Go »

David Duchovny

The cop that he plays today in Aquarius will never be as popular as the FBI agent that he used to play (and will soon again) in The X Files. Go »

William Kristol

He's a conservative thinker who sets a new standard every week, but he's never hosted the Oscars or starred on Saturday Night Live. Go »

Charles Atlas

When you carry the world on your shoulders, it's easy to develop such a muscular physique that you can sell guides on how to replicate it. Go »

Julianna Margulies

She's been the good spouse in a troubled marriage, a nurse in a busy emergency room, and Morgan Le Fay. Go »

Friedrich Nietzsche

This German philosopher don't want you to look into gorge because the gorge will look into you. Go »

Atul Gawande

This surgeon's notes and checklists have become best-selling books about what it's like to be mortal. Go »

American Pharoah

You can spell better than this horse, but you can't win the Triple Crown like he can. Go »

Salman Khan

The views on this academic's tutoring videos add up to a lot of traffic. Go »

Whitey Bulger

This Boston mob boss and murderer couldn't outrun justice forever, any more than he could outrun the many ghosts he made, all of them as pale as he is. Go »

Nikolai Yezhov

He's not there. Double plus ungood. Go »

Joan Didion

She has written about white and blue, Miami and Bethlehem, fictions and confessions, and prayer and magic. Go »

Shonda Rhimes

After creating hit shows like Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder, her name rhymes with success. Go »

Rachel Dolezal

You don't have to be a CP to run a local chapter of the NAACP, but it sure helps. Go »

John Calipari

Born in 1959, he figured he wanted to be a wild cat. But in 2015, he was stopped short of being perfect. Writing a book made him bounce back. Go »

Margot Robbie

All eyes are focused on this wife of Wall Street's upcoming role as a suicidal harlequin. Go »

Howard Johnson

He invented the franchise model of restaurant and motel chains, but his true fame came from putting his name on every location, so that weary travelers across the nation looked for "HoJo" as a respite from the road. Go »

Stanislav Petrov

Maybe the only reason we lived through the Cold War was that someone didn't panic about a false alarm. War, what is it good for? Go »

Clementa Pinckney

Charleston mourns this pastor and senator. Go »

Brad Paisley

He's a West Virginia singer who shares his name with a Persian fabric pattern and belongs to Nashville's famous opry and had a hit about Old Alabama. Go »

Scott Walker

After walking away successfully from two bruising confrontations with Wisconsin's organized labor, he might now be on a path to the presidency. Go »

Brooke Burns

Don't get burned by chasing her around the table, or she will just shoot you in Miami. Go »

Rupert Grint

His best-known role is a teenaged wizard who happens to be the most weaselly best friend in cinematic history. Go »

Eileen Gascon

This red-headed player spent an entire career playing outfield and second base for Chicago, Peoria, and Grand Rapids. Go »

Boris Johnson

At the 2012 Olympics, the mayor of London became known to international audiences as the guy with that crazy blonde hair. Go »

Tony Bennett

The singer born Anthony Benedetto had a rags to riches story, leaving his heart in San Francisco to pursue success. Go »

Richard Lederer

This "riddler reacher" and "poker dap dad/padre kop" teaches wordplay such as anagrams and palindromes. Go »

Tom Hiddleston

He's from London, but his most famous character is from Asgard. Go »

Megan Rapinoe

America's hopes for a world championship rest in part on this midfielder, who is the only player to score an Olympic Goal in an actual Olympics. Go »

Bob Dole

This Kansan senator ran for national office but was defeated, first by Walter Mondale and later by Bill Clinton. Go »

Michael C. Hall

First he buried people for a living, then he murdered them. Go »

Anna Kendrick

Her career is not up in the air after her pitch-perfect supporting role in the Twilight films. Go »

Ellie Goulding

This singer brings the Midas touch to hit films like Divergent and Fifty Shades of Grey. Go »

Linus Pauling

His work with a Bond led to a quantum of solace (well, an award that's a synonym for solace). Go »

Tonya Harding

She cut a hard figure while skating in the Olympics, but not as hard as the weapon that clubbed her opponent's leg. Go »

Imogen Poots

This star of Need for Speed and 28 Weeks Later may have a funny last name, but at least she also doesn't go by her middle name. Go »

The Weeknd

Everybody's working for him. Go »

Pope Francis

The Vatican City doesn't seem so far away from Buenos Aires any more. Go »

Steve Burton

If he can't keep a secret, then there is no way this general could be a bodyguard to save you from going to the hospital. Go »

Blake Shelton

This Oklahoma native with the reality-show wife started his career in Austin (not the city). Go »

Shane Carruth

If the director of Eraserhead knocked up the director of Aliens, would their kid make crazy time travel movies? Step inside a box and find out. Go »

Aaron Rodgers

Brett who? Cheeseheads love their current quarterback. Go »

Lauren Graham

Her best-known roles involve certain girls and the state of being a parent. Go »

Joe King

This alt-rock guitarist is madly in love with a TV vampire. Who's the king? Go »

Richard Sherman

Seattle's superstar is the best cornerback in the game, especially if you ask him. Go »

Jamie Oliver

Cooking naked is a bad way to avoid splatters but a good way to gain fame around the world from your native Britain. Go »

Ann B. Davis

She was TV's most famous center square, even if she was only hired help. Go »

Caitlyn Jenner

The athlete and father formerly known as Bruce would no longer compete in the mens Olympic events. Go »

David Buttolph

Try not to get upset if you can't solve this film and TV composer alone. But, if you think this is a conflict of interest, you're wrong. Go »

Sepp Blatter

The most corrupt commissioner in any major professional sport doesn't want to get into a pissing match with law enforcement agencies who are investigating his organization for corruption. Go »

Novak Djokovic

This Serbian tennis champ is celebrity goo #3333, but he's #1 to his fans. Go »

Jennifer Aniston

She went from being one of television's most popular Friends to one of Hollywood's most famous ex-wives, but hit films like Marley & Me and The Break-Up have kept her busy since. Go »

Charlie Parker

Nobody else but this bebop saxophonist could have composed "Yardbird Suite." Go »

J.J. Watt

This electrifying player embodies a warning to other teams: Don't mess with Texas. Go »

Dr. Dre

He's not really a doctor and he doesn't treat chronic illnesses, but selling fancy headphones did make him a huge success story straight out of Compton. Go »

Mackenzie Brown

Oh no! Do you think you could be a hitter against this once-perfect 12-year-old brown-noser? Go »

David Cross

This comedian's most famous role is a cross between an analyst and a therapist, an analrapist. Go »

Cecil

Zimbabwe takes no pride in the hunting of this feline celebrity by a Minnesotan dentist. Go »

James Risen

This double Pulitzer winner rose to prominence in the early 2000s by exposing CIA and NSA techniques. Go »

Jerry Brown

The man nicknamed Moonbeam has been one of the youngest and oldest governors in California history. Go »

Jimmy Wales

His Wikipedia page, like everyone else's, would not have been possible without him. Go »

Kathleen Hanna

This riot girl and beastie wife did not ruin any bikinis, but she did kill a few. Go »

John Cena

This legendary WWE champion has gone 12 rounds in Hollywood. Go »

Edwina Mountbatten

Even though she was married into British government, her heart belonged to India in more ways than one. Go »

Charles and David Koch

These industrious brothers from Kansas are as famous for their success in the energy business as they are for their sizable donations to Republican and Tea Party candidates. [You must guess both names to be correct.] Go »

James Holmes

With bright orange hair like a Batman villain, Colorado's movie-theater murderer will never live down his infamy. Go »

Rudolfo Anaya

This Albuquerque-based author has had a blessed career. Go »

Annegret Raunigk

Having seventeen kids is abnormal. Having four kids who will graduate high school when you're in your eighties is beyond that. Go »

Chris Christie

New Jersey's larger-than-life governor had a better shot at being president before he burned bridges with a scandal. Go »

Marlon Wayans

He's been in a series of scary movies about a series of haunted houses, but he's also interested in white chicks, little men, and brothers with his last name. Go »

Kelsey Grammer

He spent eleven years in Boston hanging out in a bar, eleven years in Seattle dispensing psychiatric advice on the radio, and twenty-five years (so far) in Springfield trying to murder Bart Simpson. Go »

Tamara Walker

This goo cried when she heard that the king was gone. Go »

Bree Newsome

When history doesn't dispense with old symbols fast enough, sometimes you have to climb a flagpole and do it yourself. Go »

Paul Newman

He's famous for roles in Cool Hand Luke, The Hustler, The Sting, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, but he did more good for the world with some salad dressing. Go »

Magic Johnson

This athlete's magical career in Los Angeles came to a sudden end with his HIV infection. Go »

Ching Shih

In the early 1800s, as many as 80,000 pirates on the South China Sea may have reported to this mistress of marauding. Go »

Dwight Clark

He was not quite the catch as a tenth-round draft pick, but his fingertips enabled his team to win their first Super Bowl three years later. Go »

Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield

These lifelong friends have enjoyed sweet success by selling chunky desserts from their Vermont ice creamery. [You must guess both names to be correct.] Go »

Boris Spassky

This Soviet champ lost his cool in Iceland. Go »

H. Jon Benjamin

What do a soccer coach, a burger chef, and a secret agent have in common? Go »

Jason Statham

This actor loves franchises, from Crank to Transporter and Expendables to Fast & Furious. Go »

Alex Jones

This Texas talker is a criminal of the thought variety... or maybe that's what they want you to think. Go »

David Nail

Are you someone like this goo? To solve it, you'll have to hit the nail on the head. Go »

Preston Tucker

This Michigander's innovative approach to automobile engineering was not successful, in part because of his innovative approach to stock fraud. Go »