Mike Rothstein won this season on November 27, 2015. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (89 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (89 goos solved), Russ Wilhelm (89 goos solved), Joanna Woods (88 goos solved), Steve West (87 goos solved), Chris Lemler (86 goos solved, a perfect score), Samir Mehta (82 goos solved), Mike Eberhart (79 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (77 goos solved), Stan Iwanchuk (77 goos solved), Matthew Preston (75 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (71 goos solved), and Scott Hardie (1 goo solved).

Billy Idol

With a rebel yell, this British punk rocker invaded American airwaves in the 80s. Go »

Robert Cornelius

His selfie received zero likes or comments, because he took it more than a century and a half before Facebook was invented. Go »

Jen Welter

She just broke a Cardinal rule about gender in the NFL. Go »

Charlie Chaplin

A century ago, this comic actor put on a bowler hat and a fake mustache, and became the most famous person in the world without saying a single word. Go »

Sandra Brown

This colorful Texan has written dozens of best-selling romances and thrillers since her writing career began in 1981. Go »

Charlie Sheen

He used to be a major league hot shot, but in his later career, he can't even manage to stay employed as one of two and a half men. Go »

Gilbert Gottfried

This comedian has lent his scratchy, grating voice to three fictional birds. Go »

Sarah Winchester

If you have to share a house with the ghosts of your husband's shooting victims, you may as well make it a weird one. Go »

Teller

This magician, half of a famous duo, will never tell you the secrets of his magic show, or tell you anything else while he's on stage. Go »

August Dvorak

The letters "afuf;k h.soav" would spell the answer, if you typed it on a keyboard named after this educator. Go »

Kim Davis

If gay couples want to continue to protest this county clerk in Kentucky for not issuing them marriage licenses, they'll have to do it outside of jail. Go »

Andrew Luck

If the Colts want to make it to the Super Bowl this year, they're going to need a lot of their quarterback's last name. Go »

Maggie Gyllenhaal

She started her career as a secretary, but now she has starred alongside a crazy heart and a dark knight. Go »

Donald Trump

This businessman, birther, and Apprentice host wants to make America great again. Go »

Sean Kingston

This rapper is named after the capital of reggae. Who's the king? Go »

Woody Harrelson

He's been a detective, a pornographer, a bartender, a serial killer, and a Hunger Games tribute. Go »

Carrot Top

This prop comic is widely associated with an orange vegetable. Go »

Kevin Spacey

This actor gets killed in many of his films, but in the lead role that won him an Oscar, he was already dead before the movie started. Go »

Slash

This top hat aficionado with a violent mononym is known for his slippery, grimy style of playing guitar and his feud with former bandmate Axl Rose. Go »

David Steindl-Rast

This OSB monk taught that within all religions there is a fire below. Go »

Kate Mulgrew

How many actresses have played an Irish-American daughter, a starship captain, and a prison chef? Go »

George Lucas

He's now a mere consultant on the space opera franchise that Disney bought from him, but there's nothing mere about the billions of dollars that he earned from it. Go »

Vani Hari

Getting Subway to stop using the "yoga mat chemical" in their bread and Kraft to stop using artificial dyes in their macaroni & cheese does not require you to have a medical degree, if you have hundreds of thousands of followers who sign your petitions. Go »

Zhao Wei

This star of hits about soccer and princesses may be one of China's most successful actresses (literally: one of the four), but in some places she's better known for staring at one viewer from his television set. Go »

Charles Grey

If you prefer your tea somewhere between black and white, this is the British prime minister for you. Go »

Smokey Robinson

This singer took over Motown in more ways than one as the legendary frontman of the Miracles. Go »

Eric Ellison

He told a teen about a deadly crash before the young man got to collect an important document prior to leaving for college. Go »

Kylie Jenner

This youngest daughter of a prominent family gets lips moving when she leaves "reality" to make news in reality. Go »

Miley Cyrus

She took a wrecking ball to her former career as a family-friendly Disney Channel star. Go »

Bobbie Brown

It was her prerogative (she made her own decisions) to appear on the cover of a dessert-themed rock & roll album. Go »

Zack Hample

It takes a lot of balls to write a book telling people how to catch up to your collection. Go »

Akbar Gbaja-Biamila

You can't pronounce his name, but he can pronounce you a great ninja. Go »

Ben Affleck

He played Daredevil, he's about to play Batman, he played a guy who played Superman, and he played the creator of Bluntman & Chronic. Go »

David Sedaris

This scion of a talented family recently faced diabetes. Go »

A$AP Rocky

You better hurry up and name this Harlem rapper who shares his name with a boxer from Philadelphia. Go »

Kate Walsh

You'd be a poor judge of character if you thought she got where she is without practicing alone. Go »

Jason Aldean

This Georgia-born country singer has sold a lot of records about parties, trains, and boots. Go »

Sam Phillips

Early rock & roll wouldn't have been the same without the supernova of talent (Elvis! Carl! Jerry Lee! Johnny!) that was discovered in his studio. Go »

Bernie Sanders

This senator from Vermont is running to become America's first self-described Socialist president. Go »

Tina Arena

This once-young talent on Australian television can now sing her songs of love to an entire sold-out... Go »

Frank Oz

This funny-voiced man, named for a fantastical land, was the hand beneath the felt for a self-obsessed pig, a mentoring alien, and a dessert-devouring monster. Go »

Larry Platt

This general wants 50 push-ups for having the wrong kind of pants on. Go »

Tori Spelling

After years living away her father's famous California zip code, she returned to it in 2009, around the time she wrote a book with a misspelling in the title. Go »

Ryan Gosling

Hey girl, do you know that a baby goose starred in The Notebook and Drive? Go »

Sia Furler

This Australian singer scored hits last year with songs about a hanging light fixture and a stretching circulatory organ. Go »

Chrissy Teigen

Newly pregnant with a legendary baby, this model is known for swimsuit issues and lip sync battles. Go »

Flambeaux

For this entertainer, whose name rhymes with Rambo, playing with fire is just another day at the office. Go »

Steve Spurrier

Fans of college and pro football alike have enjoyed his coaching of the Bandits, Blue Devils, Gators, Redskins, and Gamecocks, up until this week anyway. Go »

Lamar Odom

He's both a former NBA champion and a former Mr. Kardashian. Go »

Joaquín Guzmán

Despite him being the most powerful drug trafficker in the world, his stays in prison have been shorty. Go »

PewDiePie

Playing video games can indeed make you a millionaire. Go »

Wendy Davis

Whoever took over this long-winded, pro-choice Texan's state senate seat has some big (pink) shoes to fill. Go »

Christopher Lloyd

Even more so than his iconic roles in Taxi, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and The Addams Family, this actor is known for playing a time-traveling mad scientist who sends Marty McFly forward and back to the future and past. Go »

Elizabeth Banks

Her comedic roles in the Hunger Games, Lego Movie, Pitch Perfect, and Spider-Man films have her laughing all the way to the bank. Go »

Andy Weir

He's already a best-seller with only one book (and hit movie adaptation) to his name, about a resident of our nearest planetary neighbor. Go »

Charles Lindbergh

This record-setter was into transatlanticism long before Death Cab for Cutie. Go »

Andres Serrano

Blood, sweat, and tears go into this artist's controversial works. Go »

Twyla Tharp

Have you ever watched ballet and thought, this could use more Beach Boys? So has she. Go »

Judas Iscariot

He sealed his famous betrayal with a kiss. Go »

Charles Ponzi

Italians weren't known for pyramids, until this con artist came along. Go »

Jenny Lawson

She would probably like to pretend that some of her more embarrassing blog posts never happened. Go »

R.L. Stine

This author, best known for giving children goosebumps, is so successful it's scary. Go »

Mo'Ne Davis

This adolescent threw 8 XXXXXXXXs and solving this will be a challenge for you. You might want to accept this goo's challenge, because a professional dodger is going to do the challenge. Go »

Moondog

How many other blind jazz composers became homeless Vikings? Go »

Nicholas Sparks

Sparks fly whenever his lovers meet, in best-sellers like The Notebook, A Walk to Remember, and Message in a Bottle. Go »

David Price

It turns out that you can put a price on pitching this good: $19,750,000. Go »

Melissa Benoist

She was quite gleeful upon learning that she had been cast as a very super girl. Go »

Zakk Wylde

He played guitar for a Black singer, and later started his own Black band, all without being able to spell his own name. Go »

Le'Veon Bell

There's nothing bell-shaped about the curves this running back takes on the field. Go »

Vin Diesel

He's a movie star known for The Fast and the Furious, The Chronicles of Riddick, and Guardians of the Galaxy, not a compression-ignition engine in which a spray of fuel, introduced into air compressed to a temperature of approximately 1000° F (538° C), ignites at a virtually constant pressure. Go »

Mick Jagger

If you're trying to solve a goo that no one else can, you won't get no satisfaction from this singer of "Paint It Black" and "Sympathy for the Devil." Go »

Matthew Broderick

In his most famous roles, he played hooky from school, almost started thermonuclear war by hacking, mounted a stage musical about Hitler, and took his rightful place as king of a pride of lions. Go »

Cro

This rapper has gone Once Around the World and landed in a Dream in Deutschland. Go »

Eliot Ness

During the Prohibition, this top cop in Chicago couldn't be touched. Go »

Stephen Leatherman

He's the comparer of coastlines, the orderer of oceanfronts, and the scientist of sandiness. Go »

Tracey Gold

Her harrowing story has become the gold standard for young actresses struggling with anorexia. Go »

Abigail Breslin

This onetime Little Miss Oscar Nominee and keeper of her sister is now queen of screaming on Fox. Go »

Dante Hall

Do you think he will make it into the Hall of Fame as a Ram, a Chief, or a video game controller? Go »

Sylvia Browne

This self-described psychic, now two years deceased, had critics seeing red (and brown) when her claims in several missing-persons cases turned out to be false. Go »

Franz Mesmer

This German physician's magnetic personality allowed him to control his patients by dangling a watch and telling them that they were getting very sleepy. Go »

Dan Castellaneta

D'oh! 27 years (and counting) is a long time to voice a bumbling yellow patriarch. Go »

Boutros Boutros-Ghali

This Egyptian was better known for his humorously reduplicated name than for his humanitarian efforts as a diplomat and U.N. leader. Go »

Bon Scott

The last hit that was sung by this Scotsman with an electric stage presence had the unfortunate title "Highway to Hell." Go »

Montezuma

After his death marked the birth of New Spain and later Mexico. a common joke held that his vengeance lurked in the water. Go »

Ben Carson

The president is supposed to be smart, so Republicans might nominate an actual brain surgeon to do the job. Go »

Xi Jinping

The world's most powerful Communist has a dream for his nation. Go »

Sir Mix-a-Lot

This pseudo-Arthurian is veracious regarding his callipygian preferences. Go »

John Grisham

He's written about lawyers both rogue and street, as well as firms, partners, associates, and clients in general. Go »

Arianna Huffington

This Greek author, columnist, gubernatorial candidate, and occasional actress will be remembered for introducing the term "huffpo" to the world. Go »

Demi Moore

She has played five widows, five divorcées, and four adulteresses, in addition to three marriages (and one other engagement) to famous men in real life. Go »