Russ Wilhelm won this season on February 26, 2016. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (90 goos solved, a perfect score), Russ Wilhelm (85 goos solved), Joanna Woods (83 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (82 goos solved), Steve West (82 goos solved), Chris Lemler (81 goos solved), Samir Mehta (81 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (68 goos solved), Matthew Preston (51 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (41 goos solved), Erik Bates (34 goos solved), Stan Iwanchuk (26 goos solved), Mike Eberhart (21 goos solved), Steve Dunn (11 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (2 goos solved), Lori Lancaster (2 goos solved), Kelly Hardie (1 goo solved), and Scott Hardie (1 goo solved).

LeVar Burton

He's best known for playing a blind starship engineer, a defiant slave, and a reading-obsessed host. Go »

Ta-Nehisi Coates

He never sugar-coats his views on raising black sons in America or paying reparations for slavery. Go »

Tex Ritter

This country singer may stack the deck against you. Go »

Dwight King

This left winger is the king of kings in Los Angeles. Who's the king? Go »

Saartjie Baartman

This ample-bodied woman didn't have the option of being coy. Go »

Marco Rubio

This Floridian senator thinks he has what it takes to become the first Cuban-American president. Go »

Mel Brooks

Governor William J. Lepetomane, Richard H. Thorndyke, and President Skroob are among the creatures of parody played by this writer-director. Go »

Kimbo Slice

This fighter, boxer, and occasional actor is known for cutting his opponents down to size. Go »

Curtis Mayfield

This super-fly soul singer made an even bigger impression as a solo artist. Go »

Steven Yeun

This Korean-American actor's career is very much alive even if his show is very much dead. Go »

DeRay Mckesson

He quit his job as a school administrator to become a full-time activist with the Black Lives Matter movement, launching WeTheProtestors.org and lecturing at Yale. Go »

Leonid Telyatnikov

Put out the answer before you have a meltdown. Go »

Kristen Stewart

Roles in Snow White and the Huntsman, American Ultra, and Adventureland suggest that she's nowhere near the twilight of her career. Go »

Martin Shkreli

This pharmaceutical executive and Wu-Tang fan experienced a 5000% increase in hatred of his business practices this year. Go »

Busy Philipps

Shows about nerds, brooks, and pumas have kept this actress's schedule full. Go »

Derek Jeter

The Yankee's all-time hittingest player was not known to be a cheater, despite his last name sounding like it. Go »

Nova Rockafeller

This pop star self-identifies as one of the "children of the 1990s" despite being born in 1988. Go »

Tim Allen

His television and movie characters are known by their catch-phrases: "More power!" "To infinity, and beyond!" "Never give up. Never surrender." "What if I fall off the roof?" Go »

Tom Brady

If you solve this goo, you can give yourself a pat on the back. You will be called a true American. Go »

Mila Kunis

No matter how many forgettable movies she stars in about swans or Oz or Jupiter, she remains best known for her shows on Fox about the seventies and a guy with a family. Go »

Stephanie Courtney

It takes two hours for this actress to get into the distinctive hair and heavy makeup required to play her famous insurance-selling mascot character. Go »

Jazbo Brown

Jazz might have been named after this Mississippi delta blues musician, if he actually existed. Go »

Philip K. Dick

Blade Runner, Total Recall, and Minority Report were all based on works by this dickish author. Go »

Gareth Jones

This may be rather heartless of me, but irony has to make you wonder if getting into character is what killed this actor. Go »

Les Paul

His contributions to rock guitar got him inducted to both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Go »

Denis Leary

This Boston-Irish comic with the (foul) motor mouth spent years playing a firefighter and a sabretooth tiger. Go »

Jean Shepherd

His childhood reminiscences of a much-desired Red Ryder BB Gun, a lamp shaped like a woman's leg in a stocking, and a triple dog dare to lick a frozen pole make up an annual holiday tradition. Go »

Fetty Wap

This trap rapper does it his way. Go »

Purvi Patel

Abortion or feticide? Buoyancy or stillbirth? Crime or injustice? Go »

Natalie Portman

You can't spell vendetta without Luke Skywalker's mom. Go »

Grover Norquist

He likes tax reform, in the sense of no net increases in taxes ever again, and he's gotten most Republicans to pledge their support. Go »

Raúl Castro

His re-establishment of diplomatic relations with America might make him more revolutionary than his older brother. Go »

Lil Bub

This might be the first YouTube star to have their entire genome sequenced. Go »

Clive Owen

He makes movies about men who are inside and rich with wives, but also kids who are back and of men. Go »

David Gunn

This ironically-named (and ironically-killed) doctor was a major influence on Marilyn Manson. Go »

Eddie Fatu

This Samoan might give you a spike to the throat if you piss him off. Go »

Ed Sheeran

This self-described ginger kid from Britain names his albums after math and has made fans and collaborators out of Elton John, Taylor Swift, and Jamie Foxx. Go »

Daniel Owsen

He didn't just translate most of the Legend of Zelda games: His voice was among the very first speaking English to appear in any video game, assuring players that the galaxy is at peace. Go »

Jesse Owens

This winner of four gold medals, and onetime fastest man in the world, outran Hitler's claims of Aryan supremacy. Go »

Peter Unger

His philosophy is that an idea without substance is relative to ignorance. Go »

Elisabeth Moss

This actress is as busy as a rolling stone, playing a presidential daughter, a secretary, and a British detective on three highly-acclaimed shows. Go »

Jared Leto

This nearly Martian rock star played the assassin of a rock star in a movie, as well as an HIV-positive trans woman and a laughing comic-book villain and a member of an underground fight club. Go »

James Harden

He skyrocketed to popularity because he's one of the best shooting guards in the NBA, not because of his beard. Go »

Ivana Baquero

She became famous in movies about a maze and an offspring. Now she's starring in a new series about annals. Go »

Thomas Harris

His novels, all of them adapted by Hollywood, are about a cannibal and serial killer named for an ancient general. Go »

Tom Hardy

His enemies include Immortan Joe, Batman, and Captain Picard. Go »

Ammon Bundy

Like father, like son: This rancher's standoff in Oregon might be only getting started. Go »

Bob Costas

This sportscaster (and later, talk-show host) has been embroiled in controversies as significant as gun control and as silly as pinkeye. Go »

Anna Anderson

Polish factory worker or Russian grand duchess? Go »

David Bowie

After creating a space oddity, spiders from Mars, and a man who fell to Earth, this singer had in him one final space-themed album, ★. Go »

Adam Wainwright

He's number 1 in his family, but when playing cards, he's 50. He does everything wright, nothing wrong. Go »

Rachel Platten

Her current album has caught on like a wildfire, on the strength of a popular fighting song. Go »

Stephen Curry

This warrior's proficiency at scoring three points at a time has accelerated his rise as one of the NBA's all-time best shooters. Go »

Diabolito

This Caribbean pirate was a little bit devilish. Go »

Ariadna Gutiérrez

You might be told that your guess for this Columbian model is the most correct in the universe, only to hear an announcement four minutes later that someone else is the right answer. Go »

Peter Wolf

This centerfold-admiring singer's middle name is not "and the." Go »

Gillian Anderson

She has played Lady Dedlock, Stella Gibson, Meg Fitch, and Bedelia Du Maurier, but she'll always be best known as Dana Scully. Go »

Jacques Pépin

This French chef provided the seed for today's explosion of television gourmets. Go »

Kostydin Yankov

Desiring to be hurled into the air by a medieval siege weapon is not the most sensible way to seek your thrills. Go »

George Armstrong Custer

This Union general witnessed Lee surrender to Grant, but his ignomious last stand in Montana on the banks of the Little Bighorn River became his legacy. Go »

Jamie Keeton

You don't need a cupholder when having drinks with this Chicagoan. Go »

Carol Burnett

This sketch-comedy legend made a charwoman her signature character. Go »

Ashanti

How many people can say that their career started with J-Lo, Ja Rule, and Fat Joe? Go »

Jeb Bush

This Floridian governor doesn't seem to have what it takes to follow his father and brother into the White House. Go »

Jason Schwartzman

This actor is not yet dead of boredom from roles that have him loving Huckabees, opposing Scott Pilgrim, and rushing more. Go »

Boo Weekley

Playing disc golf weekly is not this type of golf this Floridian likes to play. With his name, maybe ghost hunting would be a better profession. Go »

Elvis Presley

This hip-shaking heartthrob had history-making hits with "Hard-Headed Woman," "Hound Dog," and "Heartbreak Hotel." Go »

Wendy Thomas

The restaurant chain that has borne her name and likeness since she was a girl didn't start airing commercials starring her until the 2000s. Go »

Killer Mike

Monstrously talented from the beginning, this deadly rapper is currently running away with critical acclaim. Go »

Maggie Goldenberger

Ehrmahgerd! Mah fravrit cehrlerberty gehr! Go »

Cam Newton

The Panthers' #1 player seeks glory at Super Bowl 50. Go »

Katie May

Sticking her neck out in the modeling business may have been her undoing. Go »

Mike Peters

His muses are his TV mother and fairy tales. Go »

Emily Heaton

This Virginian 8-year-old has never been to the African country where she's a princess, and neither has anyone else. Go »

Joseph Lewis

One minute you're famished; the next minute you find a sucker to appease your appetite. Go »

Adam Driver

Playing an immature jerk lacking self-awareness in Girls prepared him for playing a galaxy-sized version of the same in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Go »

Cecilia Giménez

Praying, she's good at. Painting, not so much. Go »

Emma Roberts

This famous niece knows a thing or two about screaming in horror. Go »

Matt Groening

Life is no longer hellish for this very successful creator of a yellow family and a future parody. Go »

DeForest Kelley

To paint this actor, who made many appearances across multiple iterations of Star Trek, you would need two shades of green. Go »

Saoirse Ronan

If she wins an Academy Award this month (it's her second nomination and she's only 21), good luck to the presenter who must pronounce her name. Go »

Darren Pang

Trying to slip a goal past this ex-hawk would make him announce his retirement by singing the blues. Go »

Ed Helms

When not working at his daily office job, he gets hungover on vacation. Go »

Tim Cook

His beloved, now deceased predecessor had a legacy of innovation. His legacy might be privacy. Go »

Dan Price

This CEO put a $70k price tag on his employees' happiness. Go »

Léo Major

It was never clear whether he was a sergeant, a major, or a sergeant major, but all the same, he twice conducted himself with distinction. Go »

Ahmed Mohamed

Bringing a bomb to school is grounds for arrest, unless it's a clock, in which case it's grounds for an invitation to the White House. Go »

Robert Stack

The version of Eliot Ness that he played didn't leave many mysteries unsolved. Go »

Iggy Pop

You'll find records by this lustful wild-child filed under pop, even though he performs punk. Go »

Mario Lopez

Being the jock among his high school friends saved him a lot of trouble working out to became an Olympian and star dancer. Go »