Russ Wilhelm won this season on September 1, 2017. There were 97 goos.

Players this season: Justin Woods (94 goos solved), Jesse King (92 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (89 goos solved), Russ Wilhelm (87 goos solved, a perfect score), Chris Lemler (84 goos solved, a perfect score), Steve West (82 goos solved), Elaine Beckland (80 goos solved), Matthew Preston (80 goos solved), Samir Mehta (79 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (70 goos solved), Joanna Woods (51 goos solved), Scott Hardie (28 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (3 goos solved), and Stan Iwanchuk (1 goo solved).

Boston Corbett

Mercury poisoning perhaps made this Union soldier and avenger mad as a hatter. Go »

Pat Sajak

If Celebrity Goo Game was like spinning the wheel and solving puzzles for cash, at the end of 90 goos you could go to the bonus round to win money or a new car. Go »

Jake Tapper

He's a leading anchor on CNN, not a video-game bartender. Go »

Guccio Gucci

This Italian designer founded one of the most successful fashion houses in the world and Italy's biggest company, inspiring four thousand imitators with his high-quality leather goods and fashion. Go »

Judi Dench

She has had much more screen time in successful franchises based on a British superspy and a run-down Indian hotel, but she won an Oscar for an eight-minute performance as a queen meeting Shakespeare. Go »

Gal Gadot

It's wonderful that gals can be superheroes too. Go »

MattyB

This fourteen-year-old rapper is so over-the-hill in the world of rap remix covers on YouTube that he has already published his memoirs. Go »

Iron Eyes Cody

You don't have to be an American Indian to want a clean America. Even Italians want that. Go »

Steve Burns

You're going to need more than one clue to recognize this television figure, who did not die in an overdose or an accident (or most appropriately, a fire). Go »

Stepan Pachikov

Have this guy write you a paragragh and you should instantly recognize him by his handwriting. Go »

Mario Batali

This New-York based chef and restaurateur is an expert on Italian cuisine and spends an hour each day talking about chewing. Go »

Jewel Kilcher

This ornamental gemstone thinks Celebrity Goo Game is foolish. She prefers to play with her hands. Go »

Sheryl Sandberg

Becoming a young widow with two kids might have made for some lean years if this Silicon Valley COO wasn't worth over a billion dollars. Go »

Rian Johnson

Looped into directing an eighth installment of an epic saga has this filmmaker seeing stars. He certainly won't be the last. Go »

Jane Goodall

If this noted researcher got her way, we'd stop monkeying around and start conserving nature while we still can. Go »

Teri Horton

Is art worth $5.00 or $50,000,000.00? Go »

Beverly Cleary

A dog named Ribsy, a mouse named Ralph, and a girl named Ramona are the legacy of this popular children's author. Go »

Franklin D. Roosevelt

He too was not a prisoner of fate, but of his own mind. Go »

Ben Schulz

All I can say is wow! It may not have been his smartest move, but there's no denying his braaaaaaaaaveeeery! Go »

Jackie Mitchell

This young southpaw from Tennessee was best known for striking out in succession two of baseball's greatest players, a feat accomplished in just seven pitches. Go »

Seth Rich

If you like conspiracy theories about leaked emails, Sean Hannity has a rich one for you. Go »

Paul Casey

This British athlete is one of the top golfers in the world, and his wife is known for loving gadgets. Go »

James Comey

This grandstanding lawman's last-minute intervention might have swung the presidential campaign, but the winner fired him anyway, in the biggest scandal so far this year. Go »

Mike Veeck

Disco music may be seen as just plain bad by some (including this promotional director), but bad enough to cause a baseball team to forfeit a game? Go »

Thomas Gibson

He's been a promiscuous Chicago doctor, a hippie's lawyer husband, and a mindful law enforcement officer. Go »

Helen Kane

This singer didn't get enough of the love she wanted from a judge when she lost a lawsuit over a cartoon flapper that copied her style. Go »

Michelle Rodriguez

Even though she was lost in the mid-2000s, she remains best known for appearances in blockbuster film series like Avatar, Resident Evil, The Smurfs, Machete, and The Fast and the Furious. Go »

Joseph Franklin Rutherford

Many thousands of households can bear witness to his door-to-door approach to religion. Go »

Pete Weber

This kegler, who followed in his father's footsteps in the talent arena, could be less flamboyant and rebellious in the sport and more like his dad, who was regarded as the first superstar and ambassador of the game. Go »

Alex Tew

My homepage has not earned nearly as many dollars as his. Go »

Russell Johnson

He created a bamboo telescope, a lie detector, a xylophone, a pool table, a roulette wheel and jet pack fuel. Why couldn't he create a boat? Go »

Barry Manilow

Man, he can take this chain of melody to a new low, a put the I in his last name. When he is not singing, you might see him shopping by the straw, blue, black, and even red fruit. And if you figure this out, this will give you the answer to his first name. Go »

Cathy Smith

She sang backup for Hoyt Axton, got high and pregnant with The Band, and had a volatile affair with Gordon Lightfoot, but she didn't make a fatal mistake until she went to John Belushi's hotel room. Go »

David Hayter

Being replaced by Kiefer Sutherland on any long-term project has got to feel like a sneaky snake bite out of nowhere. Go »

Talisa Soto

Would it be en vogue for this glamourous mademoiselle to proclaim her self as having a license to kill? Go »

Louis Chevrolet

Somehow, this race car driver born in Switzerland to French parents went on to found one of the most American of car companies. Go »

Jeff Bezos

Amazing! This innovative leader took his business from a garage to the world's fourth most valuable public company in just 23 years. Concepts of stores without checkout lines, product delivery by drones, and wholly investing in a new market will possibly make him the richest man in the world. Go »

Frank Nash

How do you free a Federal prisoner? Machine gun him to death. Go »

Dr. Seuss

This author from Springfield, MA must have loved little kids, because he wrote the best children books in town like Green Eggs and Ham. Go »

Charles Taze Russell

You might be shocked to learn that while he didn't found the Jehovah's Witnesses, they did copy his manner of studying the Bible. Go »

Brendan Greene

It's usually battle royale for many game developers when vying for a customer fan-base. This unknown player modded his way to $100 milllion in only 3 months. Go »

Roddy McDowall

This Europe-born performer had a long, active career, but was best known for having chimp roles on the big and little screen. Go »

Sienna Miller

She's been the wife of an American sniper, the lover of a true Casanova, and the baroness fought by G.I. Joe. Go »

Benny Hill

Nobody did as much to popularize "Yakety Sax" as this British comedian, whose eponymous show mixed burlesque humor with wordplay and slapstick comedy at an accelerated pace. Go »

Kitty Burke

A League of Their Own aside, this is the only woman to actually bat in a major league baseball game. Go »

Sean Spicer

To me he is in Trump's back pocket and is his little puppet, but he can really spice things up in press conferences as Trump's White House Press Secretary. Go »

Christie Brinkley

Her being the face of CoverGirl, appearances on Sports Illustrated swimsuit covers, and marriage to Billy Joel pushed her past the brink of superstardom in the 1980s, and her career continues today. Go »

Vyacheslav Molotov

This early Soviet bureaucrat and associate of Stalin spent decades in office, but is better known today as the namesake of an incendiary "drink." Go »

Lotte Reiniger

When asked who was the first, you can show them the silhouette of this animator. Go »

Dan Harmon

This improv comedian went fishing for something bigger and ended up snagging a college comedy and one hell of a rude multiverse. Go »

Rod Serling

He wrote about a planet of apes, composed a requiem for a heavyweight, and opened a gallery at night, but he'll forever be best remembered for the zone where things get weird just before nightfall. Go »

Violet Jessop

The unsinkable Molly Brown should nod her head at this survivor of Star Line sister ships Olympic, Titanic, and Britannic. Go »

Steve Irwin

The Crocodile Hunter died because of a stingray. In his movie Collision Course, he found some poo and decided to save it for later. Go »

Ashley Tisdale

She's been in some of Disney's biggest television hits of recent years -- shows about hotel suites, singing high schoolers, and platypus spies -- but her career really popped after she got into music. Go »

Lisa Bonet

This college dropout from another planet is best known for her associations with Jason Momoa, Bill Cosby, and Lenny Kravitz. Go »

Bette Nesmith Graham

She certainly wasn't monkeying around when she decided to paint over her mistakes. Go »

Spencer Tracy

Guess who's coming to the Oscars nine times in his career? Go »

Pierre Coffin

Voicing a race of yellow, capsule-shaped beings has definitely not been deadly to his career. Go »

Tilly Smith

Are you smarter than a fourth grader? This one predicts tsunamis. Go »

Mike Richards

Being on a game show may not be easy, because according to this beautiful geek, you may have to divide the winnings. Go »

Charles Tandy

What do RadioShack, Color Tile, Tandy Leather, and a number of regional retail chains have in common? Go »

Ansel Elgort

This baby-faced actor's career diverges from other stars when he performs as a singer and DJ. Go »

Truddi Chase

You may want to chase down this bunny, but if you catch her, she will scream in one of multiple voices. Go »

Kurtwood Smith

You'd have to be a dumbass not to realize that this Wisconsin TV dad is actually from Wisconsin. Go »

Anthony Scaramucci

This scary mooch, newly employed in the Trump administration, can do the fandango. Go »

Tom King

His CIA work informed his novel about powerless superheroes in a world of terror, which in turn informs his comic book writing today. Who's the king? Go »

Eric Hutchinson

He was born in Washington D.C. and he only has one thing he wants to know, and that is ohhh, what is there to learn? When he will let you crash and burn, he never gives attention but you still yearn. Where do I fit in? If you keep a eye out, he will realize you are watching him. Go »

Don Ohlmeyer

The future ombudsman for ESPN, this TV exec will be forever known as the guy who fired Norm. Go »

Jimmy John Liautaud

This sandwich shopkeeper spent years hunting for massive growth after his college business took off. Go »

Will Anderson

This recent champion's last name would be worth 27 points if he played it on a triple word score. Go »

Sal Piro

Come midnight, this comedian combined film with theater resulting in a horrifying phenomenon that he has presided over since. Go »

Richard Riehle

This guy has had minor roles in multiple Scott Bakula projects, but don't jump to conclusions too quickly. Go »

Dav Pilkey

He has written about stupid rabbits and dogs of varying sizes, but his biggest hit was about a superhero who forgot to wear a costume. Go »

Jeff and Matt Hardy

These guys play hardcore when they step into the square circle. What made these North Carolina boyz famous were tables, ladders, and chairs, oh my! Go »

Chris Klug

Duct tape can fix everything but a bad haircut or a bad marriage. It can even fix a broken boot buckle and help this athlete win an Olympic medal. Go »

Franco Nero

This Italian actor began his film career as a former Union soldier, followed by a series of spaghetti westerns. He then broadened his roles to include a knight, hotel manager, shepherd slain by his brother, a gypsy, detective, and Roman emperor. Go »

Samir Mezrahi

This social media expert serves up a healthy "salad" of retweets of the original authors, but what made him a hit on iTunes was ten minutes of very good silence when you get into your car. Go »

Takeda Shingen

He can be described as swift, silent, fierce, and immovable. Go »

Phil Mickelson

This famous southpaw has won three of golf's four major championships, but off the green he's better known for arthritis medication commercials and accusations of insider trading. Go »

James Damore

Search online for a diversity memo and it won't take long to realize why this (former) engineer stirred up controversy. Go »

Elvis Presley

It's been forty years since the king left the building for the last time. Go »

Kurt Angle

This American Hero is known for winning Olympic medals and being part of the WWE HOF "class of 2017." One thing you better not do is piss him off or he will deliver the ankle lock and the Angle Slam. Go »

Antoni Gaudi

This architect's Church of the Holy Family may not be completed even one hundred years after his death. Go »

Chris Sale

If he continues to sell his talent on the field, this condor may just find his team in the World Series. Go »

Mark Twain

One of America's most celebrated authors and humorists wrote about a Connecticut Yankee using an eclipse to save his life in King Arthur's court. Go »

Thales

This ancient Greek is considered the first person to predict an eclipse, ending a war of five years when the eclipse motivated the soldiers to lay down their arms. Go »

Taylor Lautner

He co-starred in a 2010 movie called Eclipse, playing a man who can become a giant wolf (with or without the presence of a full moon). Go »

Mark Zuckerberg

Is it good luck to be born during an eclipse? It was for this social media CEO, one of the five richest people on Earth. Go »

Roger Waters

Everything under the sun was in tune with this bandleader eclipsed on the dark side of the moon. Go »

Arthur Eddington

This British astronomer had to go to Africa to prove Einstein right. Go »

Soleil Moon Frye

She was a punky child star, she roomed with a teenage witch in college, and today she hosts a reality show about making home simple. What does she have to do with the sun and moon lining up? It's all in her name. Go »

Randall Simon

If he could only have hit baseballs as well as sausages he'd be in the Hall of Fame. Go »

Basshunter

This Swede is known for laughing out loud when singing every morning, which is a bad time to call him. Go »

Ali Larter

This star of horror movies about residents, destinations, and hills, who previously appeared in Celebrity Goo Game as a fictional model, also played triplets who gained superhero powers in an eclipse. Go »

Phil Whitaker

This British doctor had never been to India when he wrote his first novel about as astronomical event there. Go »

Arnel Pineda

This onetime homeless Filipino went from singing on YouTube to fronting a major classic rock band, but their second album with him wasn't as much of a hit as the first. Go »

Priyanshi Somani

Holy math! How in the World did this child prodigy mentally calculate the square root of 10 six-digit numbers in record time and win the first place Cup as the youngest participant in the competition held in 2010? Go »