Samir Mehta won this season on May 27, 2016. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Samir Mehta (89 goos solved), Justin Woods (87 goos solved), Russ Wilhelm (83 goos solved), Chris Lemler (82 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (82 goos solved), Steve West (80 goos solved), Joanna Woods (74 goos solved), Matthew Preston (61 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (38 goos solved), Mike Rothstein (24 goos solved), and Scott Hardie (5 goos solved).

Bill Belichick

This coach would love a record fifth win at the Super Bowl even more than he loves his country. Go »

Aliko Dangote

He may not be the richest man in the world, but he tops his region of the world. Go »

Kelly Ripa

Yes, she's still alive, as the title of her talk show indicates. Go »

Josh Groban

After many concerts on many stages, he has learned to sing his closer while his audience is still awake. Go »

Kaley Cuoco

Her career has taken off with a bang since joining the cast of a show about nerds. (Note: She does not play a nerd.) Go »

Rembrandt van Rijn

This Dutch artist will be there for you if you want to learn how to be an outstanding painter. Go »

Elisa Lam

What was she hiding from on that elevator, and how did she get into that tank? Go »

Matt Damon

He keeps needing to be rescued, in movies as diverse as The Martian, Saving Private Ryan, Elysium, Ocean's Thirteen, The Brothers Grimm, Green Zone, and Interstellar. Go »

Deso Dogg

Rappers are used to being dogged by police, not assassinated via military air strikes. Go »

Ash Carter

This defensive cabinet member has the firepower to turn America's enemies to ashes. Go »

Megyn Kelly

Sly as a fox, this anchor turned her feud with Donald Trump into a stand against misogyny. Go »

Elle King

This daughter of a Saturday Night Live cast member recorded a hit song about tic tac toe. Who's the king? Go »

Bryce Harper

He was the youngest ever all-star at our National pastime. Go »

Estevanico

This Portuguese slave took a long path through Florida and Texas to become a crying spirit. Go »

Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow

These two lovebirds were harder to stop than a speeding bullet, but they were eventually killed by 130 of them in 1934. Go »

Dori Hartley

Audience sing-a-longs at midnight screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show might not have happened if this superfan hadn't dressed up like her favorite doctor. Go »

Edmond Halley

He mapped the southern constellations, put a window in a diving bell, and computed the orbit of a comet that still visits us every three quarters of a century. Go »

Penn Jillette

He conducts his magic act like a business: With a silent partner. Go »

Kevin Meaney

He's the nicest guy you'll ever mee... uh... no... that's not right... Go »

David Truscott

Being arrested for trespassing on a farm is not the shittiest thing he's known for. Go »

Oscar Taveras

Being 18 out of 54 cards in a deck was pretty good, until the deck came crashing down by accident in October 2014. Go »

Prince William

God save the Queen's grandson. He's producing heirs but losing hairs. Go »

Henry Cavill

This star of cheap horror flicks like Blood Creek and Hellraiser: Hellworld has gotten super-lucky with his recent roles. Go »

Mary Martha Reid

She could have lived a life of luxury as the wife of a governor, but when her son enlisted to fight, she became a nurse and a legend in her Southern state. Go »

Vladimir Putin

His assassination of rivals and his seizure of neighboring land makes him one of the most dangerous world leaders, despite his frequent shirtlessness. Go »

Brie Larson

She was the worst at being a pop star, but recently the best at being an actress. Go »

The Game

This rapper gets played everywhere. Go »

Jack Ma

This sesame-loving entrepreneur didn't create your mother's web portal. Go »

Imhotep

This doctor became a deity when his pharaoh declared it so. He also became a mummy when Universal Studios declared it so. Go »

Oscar Pistorius

He's better known now for running out of legal options in his homicide trial than for his running without legs in the Olympics. Go »

Sian Welby

It's raining clever wordplay in this cinephile's weather reports. Go »

Judith Miller

Her inaccurate reporting about WMDs cost her her job. Her refusal to name her White House source cost her her freedom for 85 days. Go »

Garry Shandling

This is the clue to Garry's goo, the textual clue to Garry's goo. Garry passed away and I thought I should make a tribute. We're almost to the part of where you write your guess, then we'll solve this Garry celebrity goo. Go »

Mahlon Haines

Put your socks on if you're going to step foot in this guy's house. Go »

Idris Elba

He's been a detective in London, a drug lord in Baltimore, a commandant in West Africa, a gatekeeper in Asgard, a starship captain on LV-223, and Nelson Mandela. Go »

Fritz Leiber

This Chicagoan was so seminal to the sword-and-sorcery genre that he coined the phrase himself. Go »

Traci Lords

She was the lord of pornography in the 1980s until it was discovered that she was underaged. Her legitimate acting career since then covered a familiar topic in Zack and Miri Make a Porno. Go »

William Stephenson

I hope that British intelligence had better ways of concealing the face of this courageous super-spy than I do. Go »

Michael Malloy

Alcohol poisoning, antifreeze poisoning, regular poisoning, food poisoning, swallowing tacks, freezing, vehicular manslaughter, and gas inhalation are no way to die. Well, perhaps the last one, eventually. Go »

Bill Walton

This retired Celtic's legacy includes frequent foot injuries, color commentary for ESPN, and playing with the Grateful Dead. Go »

Mary Higgins Clark

This "queen," who began writing as a young child, endured 40 publisher rejections early in life. After writing classes, literary workshops, and experience as a radio scriptwriter, she realized her aspirations for success as a novelist later in life, with an estimated 116,000,000 bestseller copies sold worldwide. Go »

Haley Wilson

Being a security guard wouldn't be a good job. This St. Louis woman thought bringing a gun into the store would be a stunning way to take the guard down. Go »

Dwight Eisenhower

He founded NASA and the interstate system, concluded the Korean War, and ended McCarthyism, but today he might be best remembered for the simple slogan, "I like Ike." Go »

Roy Orbison

This Texan's biggest hits were about loneliness and prettiness. Go »

Johnny Manziel

You'd expect a guy nicknamed Johnny Football to work harder to stay in that sport. Go »

Nicole Curtis

Restoring old houses is a profitable compulsion. Go »

Zayn Malik

His band is no longer all traveling in a single direction since he got a mind of his own. Go »

John Kasich

Just because it's mathematically impossible for you to gain enough delegates to win the Republican nomination for president doesn't mean that you have to stop running. Go »

Hank Ketcham

His mischievous son was the namesake and inspiration for his world-renowned comic strip. Go »

Jeanie Buss

She loves her California basketball team so much, she's engaged to marry one of its winningest coaches. Go »

"Weird Al" Yankovic

Polka and silly song parodies made the career of this onetime UHF star. Go »

Justin Trudeau

His pretense to another great war was a precursor to following in his father's footsteps. Go »

Charles Barkley

He's a retired former Sun, not a role model. Go »

Breanna Stewart

She is Connecticut's most outstanding bean. Go »

Pau Gasol

This one-time Grizzly and Laker now brings his Spanish speed to Chicago. Go »

J.K. Simmons

He has performed in a variety of supporting roles, both seen and unseen, which include a doctor, arrested army general, barber, farmer, and newspaper publisher. Go »

Ken Hakuta

This game show host is famous for online herbs and wall-traversing arachnids. Go »

Harriet Tubman

After her services during the Civil War, she earned a $20 monthly pension from the Army, making her upcoming appearance on that bill of currency even more appropriate. Go »

Ernie Banks

This athlete is number 14 in the Windy City. He'll tell the crowd "let's play two," and you can bank on that. Go »

Kazimierz Nowak

Africa's huge, but you can traverse it on two feet or two wheels, even if nobody reads about it for seven decades. Go »

Mary Magdalene

She was Jesus's first witness post-resurrection. Today she's associated with the world's oldest profession. Go »

Dominique Ansel

You have to get up pretty early in the morning to run circles around this chef and his limited creation. Go »

Carly Fiorina

Her experience running a tech company wasn't enough for Republicans to nominate her for president. Go »

Otto Lilienthal

Many can claim that they were the first success story in flight, but this member of aviation royalty has the pictures to prove it. Go »

Harvey Pekar

Cleveland came alive in his splendid works. Go »

Zack Snyder

DC Comics fans have 300 reasons to resent watching this director making grim and gritty films out of their beloved heroes. Go »

Derek Hough

Stars throw a huff if they can't dance with this six-time winner. Go »

Lorenzo Odone

The oil invented by his parents kept him alive for 24 years beyond his fatal diagnosis. Go »

Jaleel White

He spent the 1990s wondering one thing: Did he do that? Go »

Dakota Johnson

She's fifty shades more famous these days than her parents. Go »

Ezra Klein

This California-born, D.C.-employed liberal blogger became the voice of his generation. Go »

Lori Greiner

She invented a new kind of jewelry box. Now she's considered the nicest shark on TV. Go »

Jeremih

He calls himself a star. If you deduce the answer before other players, do not tell them. Go »

Mick Foley

Cactus Jack, Dude Love, and Mankind all have this one-eared wrestler in common. Go »

Peter Abbay

Don't bank on him dealing with you clowning around on his show. Pick up your briefcase and offer him something better. Go »

Frank Zappa

This gonzo guitarist's lyrical censorship by the PMRC on an instrumental album was the mother of invention in his crusade against censorship. Go »

Marshawn Lynch

Beast Mode was disabled for good earlier this year when Seattle's taciturn running back announced his retirement. Go »

Marie Kondo

If your life feels out of control, try cleaning up your condo. Go »

Loretta Lynch

This North Carolinian is now the nation's top prosecutor. Go »

Nathan Lane

He's been a Broadway producer (in title only) and a cartoon meerkat (in voice only). Go »

J.R.R. Tolkien

John Ronald Reuel's profound influence on his chosen genre is no fantasy. Go »

Kathy Ireland

This popular late-eighties model has been so successful in business that she might have more money than the island nation that shares her name. Go »

Melania Trump

This foreign-born beauty queen might soon live in the most famous house in the United States. Go »

Donald Crowhurst

He sailed around the world, never leaving the Atlantic Ocean. Go »

Jonathan Goldsmith

You don't want to know what's in the glass. You want to know who's holding it. Go »

Alicia Vikander

After an impressive year playing an android and a transgender woman's wife, she has two new roles: Oscar winner and Lara Croft. Go »

Dane Cook

He's not a chef from Denmark. Go »

Andy Hallinan

He'll sell a t-shirt about shooting Muslims, but he won't sell it to Muslims. Go »

Burt Ward

This onetime boy wonder was the ward of a bachelor superhero. Go »

Claire McCaskill

This Midwestern senator overwhelmingly defeated her legitimate opponent in her 2012 bid for re-election. Go »