Chris Lemler won this season on August 26, 2016. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Steve West (89 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (88 goos solved), Chris Lemler (87 goos solved, a perfect score), Russ Wilhelm (86 goos solved), Samir Mehta (84 goos solved), Justin Woods (82 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (71 goos solved), Matthew Preston (56 goos solved), Joanna Woods (49 goos solved), Jesse King (24 goos solved), and Scott Hardie (4 goos solved).

A.J. Styles

He will cramp your Styles but he likes to be called AJ, when he wins the WWE Championship against Roman Reigns. Go »

Robert and Michelle King

They abandoned their show about a well-behaved missus to make another about brainless politicians. Who's the king? Go »

John Legend

Everyone knows he evolved from ordinary people to become legendary. Go »

Will Arnett

This actor has been a toy Batman, a sitcom-starring horse, a suriphobic chef, an angry squirrel, and an evil banker, and those are just the roles where he didn't show his face. Go »

Blac Chyna

Her professional alias is the opposite color of her real name. Go »

Genghis Khan

He founded the Mongol Empire, conquered most of central Asia, and executed some guy by pouring molten silver and gold on his face. Go »

Olivia Newton-John

She was totally hot in the 1970s, but merely warm by the late 1980s. Go »

Anthony Perkins

This Oscar nominee starred in plenty of roles, but none were as famous as the hotelier he played four times. Go »

Alexis Bledel

She was the only actual girl in the Gilmore family. Go »

Chris Van Allsburg

His books about dangerous board games and Arctic-bound trains have captivated children for decades. Go »

Max Pruss

He'd done it 170 times before, but bad things can happen when you pilot passengers while using hydrogen as a pick-me-up. Go »

Christopher Walken

He's been a deer-hunting Vietnam soldier, a cowbell-loving record producer, and a clairvoyant Stephen King protagonist, but he has never been David Lynch. Go »

Andrew Breitbart

This Hollywood Jew became one of the Internet's fiercest conservative voices on several websites, including one bearing his name. Go »

Serj Tankian

The Armenian Genocide won't be forgotten, if this downer of a rock star has any say in it. Go »

Muhammad Ali

He wasn't called The Greatest just because he was good at the sport where he floated like a butterfly and stung like a bee. Go »

Creflo Dollar

He has plenty of reasons to ask for his own last name, such as a replacement for his private jet. Go »

Pat McCrory

This Southern governor might forever be remembered for declaring where people get to pee. Go »

Lin-Manuel Miranda

Playing an American founding father on Broadway has been one of the heights of his career. Go »

Torii Hunter

If you're tracking down sports on TV and you can't find it, get the newspaper and check and see if it's on channel #44. If you can't find it there, ask this twin. Go »

Pink

Most girls, even stupid ones, love this color no matter how it's punctuated. Go »

Bob Uecker

This Milwaukeean is synonymous with his sport, despite forays into sitcoms and beer commercials that brought him national fame. Go »

Eric Church

He's a self-identified sinner despite being named for a holy building. Go »

Raquel Welch

She took a fantastic voyage roughly one million years into the past, becoming a sex symbol in the 1960s and 1970s. Go »

Louis Armstrong

You can say this famous trumpeter's name as "Louie" or "Lewis," but you can't say that jazz would have been the same without him. Go »

North West

You can find her at 10:30, on an instrument other than a clock. Go »

Daniel Snyder

If you have any snide remarks to make about his football team, keep them to yourself: He's proud of their heritage and he won't have you cheapen their name. Go »

Helen Mirren

She started her film career romancing princes, kings, and emperors in Caligula, Hamlet, and Excalibur, but it was her own role as The Queen that earned her an Oscar in 2007. Go »

Elizabeth Holmes

This businesswoman took a bloody path from broke to billions and back. Go »

Tim McGraw

He broke out too soon in 1994, got faith in 1996, and inspired country's next generation in 2006. Go »

Trayvon Martin

The neighborhood (and soon the country) watched him get into a deadly scuffle over Skittles and a gray hoodie. Go »

Bob Rock

Creating hit records for Bon Jovi, Metallica, and Mötley Crüe has made this producer synonymous with his genre of music. Go »

Val Kilmer

In a long film career, he's been Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp, Elvis Presley and Jim Morrison, Simon Templar and Bruce Wayne, Philip of Macedon and Moses. Go »

Roosh V.

The Internet's most notorious misogynist has dating advice fit for kings. Go »

Harry Lampert

His work with his most famous creation was over in a flash, but I guess that's how the cards fall. Go »

Phil Knight

At the intersection of sports, marketing, fashion, and controversy, this founder and former CEO has one attitude: Just goo it. Go »

Joe Maddon

This vigilante down by the bay in Tampa has an issue with pitchers throwing at his cubs for no reason. Go »

James Madison

This Founding Father is remembered for drafting the Bill of Rights, overseeing the Louisiana Purchase, serving eight years as president, and declaring war on Britain, but also for owning hundreds of slaves on his Virginia plantation. Go »

Hachiko

The story of a commuter's best friend has become an iconic tale in Japan, where loyalty is a virtue. Go »

Harold Schultz

Giving credit to this Marine after a case of mistaken identity raises important questions about military propaganda and historical accuracy. Go »

Ernest Cline

Hollywood is more than ready to adapt his popular novels about video games. Go »

Chris Stevens

The killing of this diplomat in Benghazi, Libya in 2012 continues to be a factor in the 2016 election. Go »

Cody ChesnuTT

The seed of his success was planted among the roots. Go »

Melanie Martinez

This Long Islander's songs reveal an obsession with childhood objects. Go »

Ricky Gervais

This British comic no longer gets to enjoy the extras since he left his office job. Go »

Pedro de Alvarado

Every red son of central Central America knows this founder's name. Go »

Satoru Iwata

After years of work on beloved titles like Kirby, Earthbound, and Super Smash Bros, this banana-loving president's final gift to gamers is Pokémon Go. Go »

Dick Van Dyke

Long before he got into diagnosing cases of homicide, he was a comedy writer tripping over ottomans and a chimney sweep dancing on London rooftops. Go »

James Blake Miller

He became a poster boy for war-weariness in Iraq, but he won't ever be on a poster for an anti-smoking campaign. Go »

Nigel Farage

Nobody should be more excited about the Brexit than the guy who has, off and on over the last decade, led a political party founded on the notion of independence. Go »

Mark Wahlberg

He's been a porn star, an astronaut, a rapper, a Boston cop, a shipwrecked sailor, a burger shop owner, a biker dad, and an NFL player. And some of those weren't just acting roles. Go »

Robert Kirkman

His zombie-filled comics for Image and Marvel have inspired a successful transition to television. Go »

Duncan Hines

Thanks to his pioneering reviews, finding a good place to eat on the road is a piece of cake. Go »

Miskel Spillman

You don't have to be famous to host Saturday Night Live, if you know how to mail a postcard. Go »

Theresa May

She may not last until December if she can't fix the mess created by "Leavers." Go »

Jeff Goldblum

He has starred in several successful franchises, including Jurassic Park, Independence Day, Thor, Cats & Dogs, and Law & Order. Go »

David Duke

When Louisianians voted him into office, did they consider his being a Grand Wizard of the KKK to be valuable work experience? Go »

Mary Mallon

She must have been the most popular cook in New York City, because people were dying to taste her cooking. Go »

Joel McHale

His starring roles involved adventure reporting, community college attending, and pop-culture soup talking. Go »

Lynn Hauldren

His commercials built a Chicago carpet empire on the strength of a very catchy phone number, 800-588-2300. Go »

Tim Schafer

His biggest hits have been full, grim, brutal, and broken. Go »

Julianne Moore

Her movies have concerned alright children of single men, forgotten ended affairs with Don Juans who don't can't evolve into ideal husbands, and surviving psychos like Hannibal Lecter non-stop for hours and nights for up to nine months. Go »

Brandon Tartikoff

The visionary executive who rescued NBC and spearheaded so many pop-cultural landmarks of the 1980s (The Cosby Show, L.A. Law, Cheers, Miami Vice, Knight Rider, Family Ties, and many more) deserved more of a tribute than having Punky Brewster's dog named after him. Go »

Bryton Mellott

His criminally unpatriotic choice of expression might have made him an actual criminal under Illinois law. Go »

Shane Dawson

Anybody can complain on YouTube about how uncool it is to take a selfie. It takes more effort to write a book about hating yours. Go »

Margaret Keane

This artist had an eye-opening day in court when she revealed that her husband's famous paintings were in fact her own. Go »

Raj Patel

This British-American academic is hungry for economic change. Go »

Khizr Khan

A father's love for his deceased son (and the constitution) trumped other speakers at a recent convention. Go »

Thomas Jefferson

Americans both black and white can claim this independence-declaring founding father to be their ancestor, but they can't claim him to be James Madison. Go »

Hillary Jordan

This Dallas native confronts the muddy matter of skin color in her novels, quite literally in one sci-fi book. Go »

Robert Redford

Stings, candidates, chases, and horse whisperers have this leading man in common. Go »

Nelly Furtado

According to pop-music folklore, she's a loose and promiscuous maneater. Go »

Jann Wenner

His long-running music magazine gathers no moss, but his artist selection for a certain hall of fame gathers plenty of controversy. Go »

Monique Pressley

If you're a successful black entertainer accused of doing horrible things to women, you should hire a successful black woman like this to defend you. Go »

Strom Thurmond

This Southern segregationist made Senate history with an epic 24-hour filibuster and an epic 49-year term that saw him still serving South Carolina at 100 years of age. Go »

Jack LaLanne

This San Franciscan spoke often on the benefits of nutrition and exercise, keeping up his famous 2-hour daily workout routine until the day before he died at 96. Go »

Caesar Cardini

Though he may never have conquered Rome, his namesake creation has taken up occupation of many dinner tables. Go »

Simone Biles

This all-around champion from Ohio has become a gymnasitc superstar in Rio. Go »

Nicole Maines

Her lawsuit over bathroom access was a royal pain to her school district in the New England state that shares her name. Go »

Walter Kirn

After early success writing about a teenager who sucks his thumb, the future of his writing career is no longer up in the air. Go »

Dick Morris

His strategizing made Bill Clinton a crossover figure (even prostitutes listened in), but now he's one of Hillary Clinton's sharpest critics. Go »

John Hetlinger

This talented American got a chance to sing in concert with Drowning Pool. Go »

Robert Englund

His portrayal of a claw-fingered monster has given bad dreams to more people than the population of the island nation with which he shares a name. Go »

Ryan Lochte

This blue (silver? green?)-haired athlete is likely to be better remembered for a false police report about armed robbery than anything he did in the pool at Rio. Go »

Omran Daqneesh

A boy in an ambulance might finally open the world's eyes to the suffering and misery in Syria. Go »

Lil Poopy

Rap, like everything else, is just a game (albeit a shitty one) when you haven't yet reached puberty. Go »

Lewis Carroll

This English author remains beloved for his writings about a girl who drank a shrinking potion, a grinning and disappearing cat, an insane tea-drinking hatter, a decapitation-obsessed crimson queen, and a nonsensical dragon made of gibberish. Go »

Tom Vilsack

Obama's longest-serving secretary knows plenty about Iowan agriculture. Go »

Eugene Stoner

The Vietnam War wouldn't exactly have been fought with sticks and stones if this gun designer's weapons hadn't existed, but he did lift a burden from the soldiers all the same. Go »

George A. Romero

The recent fad of zombie entertainment owes a debt to this influential filmmaker, who is still living (not dead). Go »

Ann M. Martin

Her YA novels have long been loved by babies and those who sit them. Go »