Steve West won this season on May 26, 2017. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (88 goos solved), Russ Wilhelm (84 goos solved, a perfect score), LaVonne Lemler (83 goos solved), Chris Lemler (82 goos solved), Steve West (80 goos solved), Jesse King (76 goos solved), Samir Mehta (76 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (64 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (43 goos solved), Matthew Preston (35 goos solved), Scott Hardie (15 goos solved), Elaine Beckland (12 goos solved), Erik Bates (10 goos solved), and Ryan Dunn (1 goo solved).

David Byrne

This Scotsman said he would "burn" down the house with his non-sensical new wave band. Go »

Redd Foxx

If you were raised on the south side of Chicago, he would say that you are one big dummy. Go »

Charles S. Roberts

Though he may have been bored, his tactics paved the way for modern warfare. Go »

Russell Westbrook

Despite growing up on the West coast and having a childhood friend die playing the sport, he became a thunderously popular player in the mid-West. Go »

Philip Zimbardo

This Stanford professor is an expert on human psychology, especially when it comes to students being treated like prisoners. Go »

Bob Saget

This stand-up comic has introduced home videos and raised two families on long-running sitcoms, one in San Francisco and another entirely offscreen while he describes meeting someone. Go »

Neville Chamberlain

He failed to prepare his nation for the gathering storm of Nazi Germany. Go »

Jim Gaffigan

This comic is celebrated for being clean, Catholic, and culinary. Go »

Gore Verbinski

The name "gore" is appropriate for a director of frightening movies about undead pirates, cursed videocassettes, and a dangerous rehab clinic. Go »

Yasuke

In 1977, Jim Kelly starred in the Blaxploitation film Black Samurai, but only one person in history was the real deal. Go »

Dick Assman

This foreign gas-station owner made a name for himself in late-night television shows before his death last summer. Go »

Krist Novoselic

He may have played the lowly bass, but he towered over his bandmates Dave and Kurt. Go »

Alfonso Ribeiro

His new career in reality-TV dance competitions, winning Dancing with the Stars and hosting Dance 360, is no doubt influenced by a former character's love of dancing to Tom Jones in front of his fresh cousin in Bel Air. Go »

Richard Garfield

He's designed games about robots, vampires, and giant Japanese monsters, but his biggest hit remains his game about magicians that continues to attract gatherings of players fourteen years after it launched. Go »

Milo Yiannopoulos

The alt-right's enfant terrible was undone by actual children and what he said should be legal to do with them. Go »

Tony Romo

He's been one of the best quarterbacks of his era, as long as you don't count the post-season. Go »

Busta Rhymes

This rapidly rhyming rapper has his own island in the middle of Massachusetts (unofficially). Go »

Martin Luther

His savior was nailed to a cross. His beliefs were nailed to a door. Go »

Terry Francona

He was a big dick after the World Series. Saying "I wish you lost" is not being a good sport. But I think that the Indians should not re-sign this manager. Go »

Fergal Fleming

If looking for him makes your eyes hurt, just keep looking a little longer. If you get it incorrect, then contest this clue when you do find him. Go »

Maury Povich

Paternity tests reveal that this famously married daytime talk-show host IS the father of a slew of bottom-feeding imitators that serve up the misery and classlessness of their guests for a rowdy audience. Go »

Nicola Sturgeon

There's something fishy about this politician trying to lead Scotland out of a post-Brexit U.K. three years after another failed independence campaign. Go »

Benicio del Toro

He's starred in so many movies about the Central American drug trade, from Traffic to Savages to 21 Grams to Sicario, that he finally took on the ultimate role of Pablo Escobar in 2015. Go »

Teresa Giudice

Reality made this Jersey wife a star. Fraud made her a federal inmate. Go »

Urban Meyer

He was very successful at teaching alligators how to play football, but now he's doing the winning in his native Buckeye State. Go »

Danielle Bregoli

This meme refuses to go outside, or away in general. How about that. Go »

Bobby McFerrin

Don't worry if you don't recognize this New York-based vocalist. You'll be happy when you figure it out. Go »

John Stapp

In the sands of New Mexico, this rocket man tested the limits of human deceleration, and reached a conclusion faster than anyone on the planet. Go »

Bubbles

The most famous pop singer's most famous pet has outlived more than the controversy surrounding him. Go »

Chester Bennington

Just as he got to sing for his childhood idols Stone Temple Pilots, so too is a new generation of singers now inspired by Linkin Park. Go »

Butch Patrick

And I thought my parents were monsters. Sheesh. Go »

Tom Bergeron

America's Funniest Dancing host is no Square. Go »

Michael Senatore

Kids flipped for his well-balanced trick. Go »

Charlie Davies-Carr

This English kid doesn't want you to point out the answer to your friends, because he may just bite down instead of using a Micro Machines car to run you over. OOOOOOUUUUUUCCCCCHHHHHH!!!!!!!! Go »

Rick Stoddard

This smoking-hot super activist added a new generation to the middle aged. Go »

James Earl Jones

From the early identity of CNN to the feline king of Africa to the worst dad in the galaxy, he's the rare actor whose voice is truly unmistakable. Go »

Mamoru Samuragochi

He wasn't able to hear his own acclaimed work in a digital medium, except that he was and it wasn't. Go »

Carl Hiaasen

This Floridian author kicks ass and won't surrender, and doesn't give a hoot if you have a problem with that. Go »

Otis Boykin

In the end, the only heart he couldn't control was his own. Go »

Leslie Nielsen

He's been a scary president, a funny Dracula, a hard spy, a naked policeman, and an airplane doctor. Go »

Alan Jackson

This Georgia-born singer and his signature white hat have created three albums' worth of greatest hits. Go »

Tracee Ellis Ross

After a supreme childhood, you could forgive her for slacking. But this girlfriend is a major figure in comedy today. Ish. Go »

Harry Styles

He has style as a British singing show contestant, style as a boy-band breakout star, and style as a WWI-movie action hero. Go »

Antonina Żabińska

Treating persecuted religious minorities like zoo animals might just save them, or so she had to convince her husband. Go »

Naomi Scott

After a 2011 breakthrough hit as a pop singer, she went on to be a big star on both Mars and (new) Earth, before becoming a pink superhero this year. Go »

Sally Hemings

After a half-dozen children, this slave was set free. Go »

Sheryl Crow

Her career started on an ordinary weeknight, but soon she started using her own name and traveling around the planet in a big hurry. Her popularity spread like a weed, taking her on unplanned routes such as just missing Memphis, but eventually she made it home and found herself there. Go »

Ridley Scott

He has given us so many memorable characters: Robin Hood and Hannibal Lecter, aliens and Martians, gladiators and replicants, Thelma and Louise. Go »

Yadier Molina

This Cardinals catcher wears number 4, but the Cardinals have to offer him a new contract before opening game. Go »

John Holmes

It's no wonder he was the biggest star, but it's not because he knew how to boogie. Go »

Zara Larsson

Talang was great, but TEN was So Good for this international pop star. Go »

Chris Paul

This point guard traveled a long way from his native Winston-Salem to a Bel Air mansion. Go »

Saroo Brierley

Big cats have their own natural sense of navigation to get home. They don't really use Google Earth. Go »

Willie Mays

I said, "Hey!" This Giant of baseball was a 24-time all-star and hit more home runs than almost anyone. Go »

Elwood Edwards

This voice actor is a man of few words, but he's spoken to both Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. Go »

Steven Avery

Wisconsin made him a rapist. Netflix made him famous. It's unclear who made him a murderer. Go »

John von Neumann

This Martian genius with a computer for a brain influenced nearly every field of math and science. We definitely wouldn't have war games without him. Go »

Jamie Kern Lima

This cosmetics executive just became 2400 times richer than she would have been by winning her season of Big Brother. Go »

Rob Zombie

Although his heavy-metal band died around the year 2000, his career came back to life when he recorded several solo albums and began directing horror movies. Go »

Jared Kushner

This 36-year-old might be the most powerful son-in-law in the world. Go »

Duško Popov

Ian Fleming liked this three-way spy a lot. Go »

Leif Erikson

Wandering about like a leaf on the wind led him to discover North America long before Columbus. Go »

Andrew Wood

After suffering a fatal malfunction in his love of life, he was beatified in the temple of grunge rock. Go »

Mike Yeo

Being the head coach of the Wild for 5 years and then taking over coaching duties for the Blues and taking them to the Playoffs and playing against your former team might be a little problem. This coach could be the one to take them to the Stanley Cup. Go »

Ed Bradley

If seeing is believing, this one only worked one hour a week for twenty six years. Go »

Julianna Zobrist

This Christian singer and baseball wife is unbreakable. Go »

Carl Icahn

Among America's wealthiest investors, he has become an icon for his aggressive criticism and hostile takeovers (and more recently, his early support of Donald Trump's campaign). Go »

Bonner Bolton

A broken axis didn't keep this cowboy from the boot barn, or the dance floor. Go »

Bart Sibrel

His claims that Buzz Aldrin's feet didn't make contact with the Moon led Buzz Aldrin's fist to make contact with his face. Go »

Sonequa Martin-Green

She walked away from zombies in order to discover aliens. Go »

Christian Slater

His roles in film and television have included a secret DJ, a vampire journalist, an anarchist hacker, a monk's apprentice, and a murderous high-schooler. Go »

John McTaggart

What if the fourth dimension doesn't even exist? Unreal. Go »

Chris Pratt

He went from working in an Indiana parks department to working in a Jurassic park department. Go »

Forest Yeo-Thomas

His testimony at the Nuremburg Trials helped the world see the forest for the trees when it came to understanding the Holocaust. Go »

Tommy Wiseau

You can't punish a bad director by telling him to go to his room. Go »

Kathrine Switzer

Despite a race official trying to physically prevent her from running in this historic event, she finished the race. Go »

Lilly King

She struck gold in the water in Rio. Who's the king? Go »

Matthew Perry

With flops about Sunshine and the Sunset Strip on his resume, he probably throught he had blown the second chance that his work with friends like Sydney had earned him. But now that his career is going on with another odd hit about a couple, he's home free. Go »

Jessica Albitz

Some people would need to put a wall between this Texan and themselves. How much is headbutting going to cost in bits and pieces on taxes? Go »

Paul Revere

Listen my friends of Longfellow's write
Which was mostly a lie of this fellow's flight Go »

Isis Harambe Spjut

She's neither a jihadist militant group, nor a terminated zoo animal, but a piece of plastic says otherwise. Go »

Scott Weiland

He was never in Temple of the Dog, but his work in a different temple-themed grunge band will outlast the memory of his fatal heroin addiction. Go »

Sidney Reilly

He wasn't very intrepid, and he didn't ride tricycles, but he was British SIS's secret ace-in-the-hole during the Great War. Go »

Kal Penn

He used to work in the real White House. Now he works in a fictional one. Go »

Hermann Goering

For his war crimes, this Nazi leader of the Gestapo and Luftwaffe was sentenced to death at Nuremberg, but committed suicide before it could be carried out. Go »

Chris Cornell

When a musician passes away, it's common to listen to his hit songs in a state of mourning, but songs like "The Day I Tried to Live" and "Show Me How to Live" make this death extra sad. Go »

Questlove

Without question, if you didn't have the beat, the next movement wouldn't work. Them things fall apart. Go »

Rodrigo Duterte

If you want a president who's tough on crime, how about one who has personally executed suspected criminals? Go »

Sonia Sotomayor

The Supreme Court's first Latina justice has been an outspoken protector of defendants' civil rights. Go »

Florence Welch

Ever since mechanizing her backup band, it's been easier to manufacture hits about fist-kisses and dog-days. Go »