Chris Lemler won this season on November 25, 2016. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (90 goos solved, a perfect score), LaVonne Lemler (88 goos solved), Chris Lemler (86 goos solved, a perfect score), Russ Wilhelm (86 goos solved, a perfect score), Samir Mehta (83 goos solved), Steve West (83 goos solved), Jesse King (82 goos solved), Joanna Woods (70 goos solved), Matthew Preston (64 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (39 goos solved), Lori Lancaster (18 goos solved), and Scott Hardie (1 goo solved).

Ian McKellen

He's best known for appearing in films adapted from the work of J.R.R. Tolkien, William Shakespeare, Stephen King, Dan Brown, and Marvel Comics. Go »

Tiffany

If her idea of love is dating Stevie Wonder, no wonder she's alone. Go »

Bonnie Hunt

This comedic Chicagoan has had more luck in movies, such as hits about giant dogs named for classical composers and board games that destroy households, but she keeps launching eponymous TV shows no matter how many fail. Go »

Reince Priebus

This nonsensically-named chairperson hopes he can do for Donald Trump nationally what he did for Scott Walker and Paul Ryan in his home state. Go »

Conor McGregor

This tattooed Irishman uses words to weaken his opponents long before his fists get involved. Go »

Kenny Baker

He has passed away, but his legacy as the most beloved two-wheeled, beeping, white and blue robot in movie history will live forever. Go »

Christina Grimmie

Adam Levine helped her find her voice, but it was silenced in Orlando. Go »

Paula Hawkins

Come on, her young female fans will do the locomotion with her. Go »

Perry King

He played a boat-based detective in Riptide and a helpless president in The Day After Tomorrow. Who's the king? Go »

David Fincher

He's been an alien to social networks for seven years, since he was forced to get gone for panicking in a room of a house of virtual cards, where a game had turned into a private club for fighting. He remains curious whether that girl's tattoo was a dragon or a zodiac sign. Go »

Ross Macdonald

This Canadian author hit the bullseye with his novels about the seedy side of Santa Barbara. Go »

William Shatner

He's been a cop named Hooker, a lawyer named Crane, and the host of a 911 show, but none of his roles are as iconic as a starship captain named Kirk. Go »

Epic Mazur

He had an epic hit in 2000 that compared women to beautiful insects, and he's frequently mistaken for his bandmate Seth Binzer. Go »

Ryan Reynolds

After failures with Green Lantern, Blade, Wolverine, Paper Man, and R.I.P.D., he finally struck comic-book gold with Deadpool. Go »

Ed McMahon

One of late-night television's greatest sidekicks was also known for talent competitions, practical jokes, and publisher sweepstakes. Go »

Ryan Adams

He left the city of his alcoholic early years to move to New York (the city so nice they named it twice), and eventually attracted attention from high-ranking members of the Catholic church. Go »

Constance Wu

She has wooed plenty of new fans with a fresh hit sitcom. Go »

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje

Before disappearing under heavy makeup to play a homicidcal crocodile-man, he got lost in the land of Oz and faced threats from amnesiac superspies to ancient mummies. Go »

Tony Banks

If his Rams, Ravens, or Texans coach yelled at him, would he have taken offense? Don't bank on it. Go »

Leona Lewis

The echoes created by this spirited British singer could shatter a heart, if it was made of glass. Go »

Kaya Scodelario

She has acted with Johnny Depp, Nicholas Hoult, Dylan O'Brien, and Sam Rockwell, but not Ivana Baquero. Go »

Julian Casablancas

After suffering a series of strokes and seeing his youth go by, he feels like he's recording music in more than one void. Go »

Joe Biden

Our outgoing second-in-command-in-chief spends these days shooting at the moon for cancer. Go »

Coco Crisp

This Native American (in uniform only) outfielder is part of a balanced breakfast. Go »

Joan Jett

This high-flying artist scored hits about love for her genre of music and hate for herself after falling in love. Go »

John Cleese

He's known for being part of a very funny snake, operating a hotel rudely, missing part of his ghostly body, associating with a fish with a woman's name, and providing a superspy with equipment. Go »

Alex the Dog

Need a cold one? Get him to fetch it for you. Go »

Linda Hamilton

Her career has been defined by two large co-stars: One a hirsute romantic beast, the other an unstoppable android assassin. Go »

Pusha T

This rapper has been known to get pushy if you don't call him by his name, which is my name. Go »

José Fernández

Miami mourns its missing Marlin, mortally maimed by marine misfortune. Amid the MLB's meritocracy of muscle, he made managers mind his manifest mastery of the mound in the middle. Go »

Luvvie Ajayi

She has done an awesome job of judging the Internet for over a decade. Go »

Michael Sheen

He has appeared in franchises like Twilight and Underworld and Tron, but he's better known for associating with the Queen and staying up until midnight in Paris. Go »

John Lennon

He told his young son Julian, "Give peas a chance." Go »

Anne Brontë

Unlike her sisters, she was uninterested in an air of anonymity and unobsessed with acrophobia. She focused on a widowed renter. Go »

Winona Ryder

She's done stranger things in her long career than star opposite a man with scissor fingers, a honky-tonk pianist, a seductive master vampire, and a bio-exorcist with the most. Go »

LeGarrette Blount

Getting suspended for the season would blunt your chances and feel like a punch to the chops. Go »

Hypatia

Her contributions to mathematics, astronomy, and Western thought are not as famous as her murder by a mob of Christian zealots. Go »

Honey Tree Evil Eye

This potatoey Bull Terrier pitched beer to much controversy in the late 1980s. Go »

Robert Frost

The most famous poem by this New England author would have been about defying his GPS navigation device if it had been written today. Go »

RuPaul

This mononymic actor is the queen of reality TV, and another kind of queen entirely. Go »

Michael Douglas

He had hits in the 1980s with Fatal Attraction and Wall Street, in the 1990s with Falling Down and The American President, in the 2010s with Ant-Man and Behind the Candelabra. Go »

Nas

Hip hop became ill when this Brooklyn native started his career, and later died when he feuded with Jay Z. Go »

Harvey Weinstein

This studio executive had a magic touch (and hair-trigger temper) in the 1990s, producing such hits as Shakespeare in Love, Pulp Fiction, Clerks, The English Patient, Good Will Hunting, and The Crying Game. Go »

Chubby Checker

You could say that he is one twisted individual. Go »

Chuck Tingle

Fans are tickled pink by the cryptozoological erotica of this very gay Montanan. Go »

Billy Bush

This about-to-be-unemployed host probably wishes that his cousin Jeb was the GOP nominee for president, instead of the billionaire with whom he was once recorded having a very inappropriate conversation. Go »

António Guterres

To solve a global refugee crisis, the United Nations turns to its own refugee expert for guidance. Go »

Adele

This big-haired, big-voiced chanteuse is still greeting new fans years after a falling out with a famous spy. Go »

Norman Reedus

His biggest role was a saint from the boondocks, until AMC cast him in a show about ambulatory corpses that became a smash hit. Go »

Lil B

His music is based on being happy, but he lives to feud with hoop stars like Kevin Durant and James Harden. Go »

Ted Giannoulas

The most influential bird in baseball approaches an uncertain retirement. Go »

Ken Bone

The danger of making a meme out of an ordinary guy who can't decide between Clinton and Trump is that ordinary guys have all of the same personal foibles as the rest of us. Go »

Gary Johnson

This former New Mexican governor offers voters an alternative to Clinton and Trump on the ballot today, just like he offered an alternative to Obama and Romney four years ago. Go »

Walter Mercado

This blonde Puerto Rican has used twelve constellations to tell the future for generations of viewers to Spanish-language television in America. Go »

Jaimie Alexander

She has appeared alongside musclemen like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Chris Hemsworth, but her best-known role requires her to alter her own body through the application of elaborate fake tattoos. Go »

Silentó

Oh my! I can't believe he wants everyone to be quiet, including me. All you can do is watch this teen dance and rap. Go »

Mark David Chapman

With four bullets, this J.D. Salinger enthusiast broke a lot of hearts in December 1980. Go »

Paul Tibbets

Lots of nervous parents drop off their little boys at school or the park. No one expects a death toll in the tens of thousands like his. Go »

Filippo Grandi

This Italian diplomat is a leading expert on refugees, but it would be a grand mistake to think he's the next leader of the United Nations. Go »

Kyle MacLachlan

In the 1980s, you might have seen him wearing a certain shade of velvet to cross sand dunes. In the 1990s, he opened new career doors by visiting a two-mountain town. In the 2000s, he enjoyed having urban sex with needy spouses. In the 2010s, he became a Marvel supervillain and watched his daughter turn inside-out. Go »

Bill Clinton

Is it 1996 or 2016? This do-nothing draft dodger and philander-in-chief is on the brink of returning to his 1990s home and becoming the nation's first First Gentleman. Go »

Jason deCaires Taylor

His artwork may be drowning, but his reputation is flurishing. Go »

Eddie Redmayne

He's been an astrophysicist from Cambridge, an aristocrat from Jupiter, and a girl from Denmark, but he's about to become much more famous for knowing where to find fantastic beasts. Go »

Daniel Inouye

More hardcore than Rambo, this legal eagle was 3rd in line. Go »

John Wayne Gacy

You think clowns hiding in the woods are scary? This one was a real danger to teenaged boys in Chicago in the 1970s. Go »

Keith Olbermann

It's strange that sports' central commentator would get to count down his political views on a news network, but opinion is opinion. Go »

Richard Branson

He shares a multi-billion net worth and voluminous blond hair with Donald Trump, but unlike the Republican nominee, he's a virgin. Go »

Daniel Lara

Some teens just can't help looking damn good. Go »

Meriwether Lewis and William Clark

President Jefferson sent them to have a look at the Pacific Ocean, a trip that took two years. Go »

Kenan Thompson

He's come a long way in his career since working at a burger joint: He has now worked every Saturday night for 14 years. Go »

Carl Sandburg

This poet grew up in the tall grass of downstate Illinois, but eventually settled in the city of big shoulders nearby. Go »

Edmund Hillary

He was the first climber to top Mount Everest, not the Sherpa mountaineer who accompanied him. Go »

Alice Paul

Half of Americans can vote today thanks to the efforts of activists like this Jersey-born Quaker who looked like Hilary Swank. Go »

Willie Horton

Giving prisoners like him the weekend off may have cost Michael Dukakis the presidency. Go »

Clayton Kershaw

He leaves everything on the pitcher's mound when he plays, but somehow he still has something left to help orphans in Zambia. Go »

Bryan Anderson

Hollywood didn't turn its back on him when he came knocking with the only limb he had left. Go »

Lauren Faust

She must have struck a devil's bargain to have had so much success animating little ponies, imaginary friends, and powerful puffs. Go »

Wayne LaPierre

One of the most effective lobbyists in Washington D.C. doesn't even have to use a rifle to intimidate lawmakers, although he'd fight to keep that legal too. Go »

Robert Recorde

Equals = Equals Go »

Peter Thiel

The money that he got through PayPal helped a wrestler defeat an online tabloid, and helped a real-estate mogul win the White House. Go »

Colin Kaepernick

He's supposed to mine for Super Bowl gold, but he instead struck a vein of pure controversy when he refused to stand for the National Anthem. Go »

Marilyn Milian

This Floridian judge has served the people even longer than Wapner. Go »

Andrew Cuomo

Like his father before him, this Italian-American son knows politics in New York as well as his wife knows cooking on television. Go »

Judd Hirsch

He helped his sons solve crimes numerically, and helped Earth resist aliens on July 4, but he's best known for driving a cab with co-workers Marilu Henner and Danny DeVito. Go »

Ben Zobrist

This gorilla-like player has been World Series royalty twice, once in Kansas and once in Illinois. Go »

Salmon Chase

He founded the national bank, introduced paper currency, and presided over the Supreme Court, but he's most remembered today for his name -- because one of the biggest banks is named after him, and because his name sounds like "fish pursuit." Go »

Sam Kinison

This loud-mouthed, beret-loving former preacher had a strange career in comedy and an even stranger death by drunk driver in 1992. Go »

Blake Bortles

This Floridian QB knows his way around a Fiesta. Go »

Edward Winslow

He was a governor of the New World's first colony in what is today Plymouth, Massachusetts. He was also an attendee of the very first Thanksgiving in 1621. He was not, however, a teenager on Family Matters. Go »

Michael B. Jordan

He's been a high school quarterback, a fiery superhero, a teenaged drug dealer, a second-generation boxer, and a murdered transit passenger. Go »