Samir Mehta won this season on February 24, 2017. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Jesse King (86 goos solved), Russ Wilhelm (85 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (84 goos solved), Steve West (84 goos solved), Justin Woods (81 goos solved), Samir Mehta (79 goos solved), Chris Lemler (76 goos solved), Matthew Preston (54 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (42 goos solved), Joanna Woods (24 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (6 goos solved), Ryan Dunn (6 goos solved), and Scott Hardie (4 goos solved).

Beck

You'd have to be a loser not to appreciate the sea change that this experimental musician brought to many genres. Go »

Heather Boushey

She's an economist first, a mommy second, and a Clinton supporter third. Go »

Dennis Quaid

He's been a test pilot, a climatologist, Jerry Lee Lewis, an aging quarterback and aging pitcher, a poisoning victim, and Doc Holliday. Go »

Demi Lovato

She loves to keep fans guessing: First she's a family member of a purple dinosaur, then she's starring in a series about the weather, then her career peaks after cardiac arrest. Go »

Chip and Joanna Gaines

This married couple has fixed up the ailing HGTV with a hit series about renovations. Go »

Matt King

This very British comedian has appeared in very British shows like Doctor Who, The IT Crowd, and Peep Show. Who's the king? Go »

Morgan Spurlock

He's currently producing a documentary in which he becomes a celebrity goo to see what effect it has on him. Go »

Charles Wood

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood. Go »

Lisa Kudrow

She has been a web-based therapist, a high school reunion attendee, a college dean mediating a neighborly dispute, and a mobster's psychiatrist's wife, but she'll always be best known as a friend to five young single New Yorkers. Go »

Kacey Musgraves

This Texas-born, Nashville-based star has an address in a whole new trailer park since competing on the pageant that is reality television. Go »

Rami Malek

Considering how robotic he is on teleivision, it's strange to think that he'll soon play Freddie Mercury. Go »

Flea

He's a bass player, not a blood-sucking insect known for appearing in miniature circuses. Go »

J. Fred Muggs

If you thought Billy Bush was the least evolved simian among the Today show cast, you weren't watching in the 1950s. Go »

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

This Austrian composer was such a devout Catholic that he took his love of God as a name. Go »

Gucci Mane

What do an animal's hair and a leather handbag company have in common? This rapper. Go »

Kellyanne Conway

She's the first female campaign manager to lead a successful campaign for U.S. president. Go »

Dwyane Wade

After spending most of his career wading around swampy Miami, this unusually-spelled Chicagoan is back in his windy hometown again. Go »

Michael Apted

This British director of films about super spies and fantasy lands has fourteen lifetimes of experience in cinema. Go »

Mike Myers

He's the funnyman behind Shrek and Austin Powers, not the masked murderer from the Halloween movies. Go »

DJ Snake

This DJ has had such a twisty, serpentine career that his debut album is an encore. Go »

Joseph Haydn

This Austrian composer of chamber music was the father of the symphony and the brother of Michael, but for the love of God, he was not Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Go »

Lizzie Magie

How appropriate it is that her board game about the dangers of capitalism was stolen by an unbrotherly corporation and turned into a celebration of making profit. Go »

Henry Heimlich

Hopefully no one will get choked up at his funeral in a few days. Go »

Charles Delavan

Another Clinton email scandal: One typo by this IT staffer may have changed the course of world affairs. Go »

David Baldacci

He had an absolutely powerful debut novel, but he's been stuck in a no-man's-land of diminished sales ever since. Go »

Michael Mvogo

Do you think you can just walk in here and identify this guy faster than Canada could? Go »

Elbridge Gerry

This Massachusetts governor redrew electoral districts to give his party an advantage, and ever since then the process was named after him. Go »

Krysten Ritter

She's been a drug addict on AMC, a superhero on Netflix, and a b---- on ABC. Go »

Duke Ellington

This pianist and member of jazz royalty did mean a thing, and did have that swing. Go »

D'Angelo

He doesn't know how it feels to be a lady, but he does know how it feels to come back after fourteen years without recording music. Go »

Joel Mercado-See

Calling him Kung Fu is a big mistake unless you want Superman to come after you when he leaves town. Go »

Nichole Nordeman

This Colorado-born singer must have been brave to enter the business as a wide-eyed amateur. Go »

Mila J

When she called from a Los Angeles area code, Prince answered the phone and put her in a music video. Go »

Rod Stewart

Some goos have all the luck. Go »

Dana Rosemary Scallon

She represented her country in Eurovision and in the European Parliament, albeit at two very different times in her life. Go »

Jason Bateman

Depending on when you first noticed him, you might know him as a young boy on the prairie, a teen mourning his sitcom mom, a basketball-playing werewolf, a stockbroker living with his brother, a real-estate developer in the middle of a dysfunctional family, a hopeful father adopting a teenager's baby, a friend stuck in the body of Ryan Reynolds, the victim of identity theft, or a con-artist fox. Go »

Fred DeLuca

The original name of his sandwich shop, Pizza Marines, didn't work out, so he named it after a subterranean transit system instead. Go »

Mark Sutton

He helped James Bond bring Olympic glory to London, but it's his accidental death that really gave his legend wings. Go »

Pat Morita

What do Happy Days, The Karate Kid, Mulan, and Sanford and Son have in common? Go »

Kim Dotcom

Information wants to be free, and so does this copyright-infringing mega-entrepreneur. Go »

Sheldon Richardson

On the field, he's a powerhouse defensive end, barreling towards you at 140mph. Off the field, he's a reckless stoned driver, barreling through Missouri at 140mph. Go »

Katy Perry

She's now wide awake after a very successful teenage dream, going loud with songs about roaring and fireworks. Go »

Bill Withers

Despite the fact that there wasn't no sunshine, and the fact that she kept using him to lean on, he spent a lovely day holding hands with Grandma, just the two of them. Go »

Gideon Sundback

Zip It! Go »

Levi Oleesky

Oh no, oh no! His belt caused an unsanitary situation. Go »

Abraham Zapruder

When this Dallas businessman brought his camera to watch a presidential motorcade, he unintentionally filmed one of the most important 26 seconds of footage in American history. Go »

Glenn Hall

He's played for three midwestern rivals, and he's so respected at goaltending that they call him "Mr. Goalie," but he's not Darren Pang. Go »

Paul McLoone

Never listen to the tone beneath this goo's voice. But if you do, don't let the chain of love end with you alone. Go »

W. Bruce Cameron

He used to terrorize his teenage daughter's prospective boyfriends, but now a different member of the family has given his life (and writing career) new purpose. Go »

Charlie Day

From fistfighting Ice Cube to suffering horrible boss Jennifer Aniston, his career is as bright as a sunny day (especially in Philadelphia). Go »

Alex Malarkey

People shouldn't have been so quick to believe this boy's story about visiting Heaven. After all, his last name is another word for falsehood. Go »

Brooklyn Decker

She's the daughter of Liam Neeson and Jane Fonda, and the wife of Dennis Quaid and Andy Roddick. Go »

Amanda Knox

When Italy needed a sexy young American scapegoat for a lurid murder case, they knocked on her door. Go »

Kenneth Cole

He came out of Brooklyn as a movie producer, became a successful clothing and shoe man, and is now New York political royalty. Go »

David Phillips

12,150 cups of pudding can make you famous around the world, and you can go anywhere to find out. Go »

Candace Payne

The simple joys in life can lead to a whole lot of views on YouTube. Go »

Paul Teutul

Chopping your own son out of your reality TV show is how you have to roll. Go »

Michael Che

This comedian had a brief job working daily until he updated his career to work only on Saturday night. Go »

Rachel Held Evans

This Tennessee-based blogger has spent years (one in particular) being a devoted Christian and not being a monkey. Go »

Barron Trump

He'll be the White House's newest youngest resident, once he finishes his current school year in Manhattan. Go »

Jodie Sweetin

Being the middle child in the house is sweet, and so is being the middle adult two decades later, especially when your family is a high-ranking poker hand. Go »

Matt Peckham

This leftie disc golf master from Rock Hill, winner of (just) over 50 tournaments in his professional career, has innova-ted new designs in the sport. Go »

Martin Lawrence

Outside of his eponymous sitcom, he's best known for being a big mother and a bad boy. Go »

James Mattis

Trump might have no better friend, and ISIS no worse enemy, than this enraged canine. Go »

David Attenborough

Brits understand the natural world much better thanks to this documentarian with two famous brothers. Go »

Sylvester Stallone

He's played several iconic movie tough guys, from a Vietnam vet to a Philadelphia boxer, but his latest roles have been expendable. Go »

Henry Ian Cusick

It would have been scandalous if he were to have lost any of the one hundred or so roles he has played. Go »

Awkwafina

Her raps about Power Rangers and the mayor of her native NYC are definitely more interesting than a bottle of water. Go »

Alison Brie

From Mad Men to Community to BoJack Horseman, this actress gravitates toward the cheesiest parts. Go »

The Amazing Johnathan

This magician will use every trick in the book to get you to laugh. Go »

Alessia Cara

She had the must "hear" song of 2015 and a beautiful follow-up the next year. Go »

Chris Jericho

Hey, you stupid idiots. You just made the list. Go »

James Corden

Brits know him as a flabby sitcom star and stage actor. Americans know him as a talk show host who drives around singing karaoke with celebrities. Go »

Werner Thomas

This composer of a traditional song at wedding receptions nearly caused me to cancel mine. Go »

Adam Vinatieri

This kicker, who has worn blue for teams in the northeast and midwest, is old enough to have seen the seventh Super Bowl, which is almost as many Super Bowls as he has played in. Go »

Woody Guthrie

This land will always be his land. Go »

Dick Wolf

This action-show producer with an action-hero name has created a television-show empire out of multiple franchises about law enforcement and the Windy City. Go »

Frederick Douglass

This abolitionist is an example of somebody who has done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more. Go »

Tombili

Try to be as relaxed as this Istanbulite and you might never get up again. Go »

James Valentine

Adam Levine stops singing whenever this guitarist jams through another solo. Go »

Harry Wayne Casey

This sunny singer loves to get down once, boogie twice, and shake four times. Go »

Gina Rodriguez

Her character on a hit series may lack certain experience, but she has had plenty of other experience in her career, starring in everything from a soap opera to an industrial disaster movie to a hip-hop indie drama. Go »

Jim Morrison

His band's first hit really lit the fire of their career. Everywhere they went, people thought they were strange. In the end, he broke on through to the other side. Go »

Katherine Johnson

Hollywood is over the moon about this West Virginia-born mathematician and navigator. Go »

Kyrie Irving

This basketball champ believes that the Earth is flat, despite moving to America from the furthest possible country on the opposite side of the planet. Go »

Benjamin Netanyahu

This national leader, the first of his nation to be born there, is no reckless yahoo when it comes to diplomacy with the United States. Go »

Audrey Murdick

Her husband keeps making public appearances with dummies, but this fitness trainer isn't one of them. Go »

Ted Danson

He's been a magazine editor, a crime scene investigator, an afterlife architect, an irritable doctor, a corrupt billionaire, and a North Dakota sheriff, but none of them will ever be as famous as his bar owner and retired pitcher. Go »

Jon Secada

Neither of the days that this Cuban-American won his Grammy awards were just another. Go »

Donald Glover

This actor in productions about Southern metropolises and local colleges chose a youthful alias for his rap career because his real name implies that he loves dongs. Go »