Chris Lemler won this season on March 2, 2018. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (83 goos solved), Chris Lemler (82 goos solved), Samir Mehta (80 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (72 goos solved), Matthew Preston (71 goos solved), Erik Bates (69 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (52 goos solved), Lori Lancaster (16 goos solved), Scott Hardie (11 goos solved), and Mark VanZorn (3 goos solved).

Candice Bergen

She's played a Bostonian lawyer and an Alabamian mayor, but she's best remembered as a brown TV journalist. Go »

Bahtiyar Duysak

Lots of people don't care for Donald Trump's tweeting. Only one person was in a position to do something about it. Go »

E.O. Wilson

This Harvard Professor Emeritus truly took Proverbs 6:6 to heart. Go »

Thomas Eagleton

It's crazy enough running for president without discovering that your running mate is a coo-coo bird, hospitalized multiple times for mental illness. Go »

Rishabhanatha

The original god of teaching in one of the world’s oldest religions. He’s the first of 24. Or was he a car manufacturer? Go »

Mary Berry

This fruity judge may melt your heart like chocolate in a child's pocket. On your mark, get set, goo! Go »

Beverly Young Nelson

A sweeter, more beautiful girl could not have told a more harrowing account of almost becoming a young victim of a sexual predator now more famous on the national stage. Go »

Alfred Nobel

After an explosive article criticizing his deadly inventions, he dedicated his fortune to a more noble pursuit, honoring fellow scientists who help the world. Go »

Elizabeth Olsen

She is associated with twins: Her two older sisters that gained fame as infant TV stars, and the Marvel superhero siblings that she plays one of. Go »

Tom Bosley

This genial actor is best remembered for playing a mid-century Milwaukeean father, a mystery-solving priest, and a man who helped people clean up messes left by inferior garbage bags. Go »

Jimmy Wales

Want to know something? He would tell you to Wiki it, and figure it out on your own. Go »

Dave Mustaine

He's been mega-successful ever since, but he's still remembered for being kicked out of the world's best-selling metal band. Go »

Frédérick Leboyer

Why do newborns cry when smacked? It's probably the most violent pain they've ever experienced in their lives. Go »

George McGovern

Unlike his original running mate, he had never been treated for mental illness. But he had to have been crazy to think he could beat Dick Nixon in 1972. Go »

Lucy Bronze

Getting a third-place medal is not easy, and she's not naturally good at "soccer," having been born in England. Go »

Danica Roem

Virginia's legislature has included men and women, but it's about to be rocked by someone who has lived as both. Go »

Ajit Pai

Judging from his attitude towards net neutrality, his agency's initials must mean For Corporate Connivance. Go »

Jon Bernthal

This Harvard educated actor has been known to punish the living and the dead. Go »

Donald Gibb

This hulking character actor has participated in the violent bloodsport of the NFL as well as countless commercials and sitcoms, but he's best known for being a fantasy monster feared by vengeful nerds. Go »

Rosa Luxemburg

When she was about to be executed, I'd like to believe that everyone in the crowd yelled "I am Rosa!" one after another. As a revolutionary and a philosopher, she was Marx and Lenin, all in one. Ironically, she was NOT neutral. Go »

Frank Strong

A strong chancellor deserves a strong building built on a hill of limestone (chalk rock, if you will). Go »

Ann Turner Cook

Here's a good mystery: How have generations of parents seen this novelist's face when feeding their children? Go »

Mikah Frye

Achievement unlocked: Be rewarded by Santa for giving selflessly to keep the homeless population warm. Go »

Laura Dern

She ran away with a sailor, got trapped in a park full of dinosaurs, and helped a galactic resistance wait for a Jedi to save them at last. Go »

Von Miller

This mile-high linebacker is both a football star and a dancing star. Go »

Joe Walsh

Seems to me that life's been good to this once-upon-a-time alcohol-imbibing minstrel. Go »

Finn Jones

He's been a knight of flowers and a protector of K'un-Lun. Go »

Arthur Crudup

Presley covered his song eight years after its initial recording, making this singer's recording quite possibly the first rock 'n' roll song ever produced. Go »

Robert Burns

This fiery Scottish poet gave us the words to the first song we sing every year. Go »

Bridget Moynahan

She visited Bunker Hill and Los Angeles, danced with coyotes and robots, dealt with matters both gray and blue, and calculated a fearful sum of six degrees. Go »

Jesse Rutherford

He sings in a band that spells 'neighborhood' the British way despite not being British, and now he has released an album called & despite it being a solo album. Go »

Niecy Nash

She's been an activist in Selma, a cop in Reno, a wife in St. Louis, a manicurist in Florida, a nurse in California, and the host of a well-cleaned house in an unspecified location. Go »

Rick Astley

He never gave up on trying to replicate the success of his #1 smash hit three decades ago, and Internet pranksters never let down an opportunity to use that song for a laugh. Go »

Edward Craven Walker

His inventions lit up the 1960s counter-culture, and he did his part by operating a naturist resort. Go »

Arthur Zimmermann

Everyone is talking about Russo-American collusion, but no one remembers Germanic-Mexican collusion! This guy was like Sergey Kislyak back in the day! Go »

Lisa Umbarger

Ummm... the band briefly croaked after this musician's departure. Go »

Michael Wolff

Are his depictions of a chaotic Trump White House led by a bumbling ignoramus true, or is he the reporter who cried wolf? Go »

Wild Bill Hickok

This Illinoisan was a stagecoach driver, a sheriff, a soldier, a gambler, a gunfighter, an actor, a scout, a spy, and more... or maybe none of the above, because he became a legend of the "wild" west by making up stories about himself. Go »

LaVar Ball

It takes some big balls to aggrandize yourself and your three sons as the expense of b-ball legends. Go »

Joseph Merrick

Londoners couldn't stop talking about the elephant in the room. Go »

George D. Hay

He created what would become the country's most famous stage. Go »

Debbie Rowe

Her relationship to a celebrity known for eccentricity got off on a weird foot: They met when she was his dermatology nurse. Go »

Andy Serkis

He's played a galactic supreme leader, simians both gigantic and war-making, and a one-armed Marvel villain, but he's best known for playing a paranoid, big-eyed, cave-dwelling, ring-obsessed DID sufferer. Go »

Ron Perlman

You might have seen him as a hirsute beast, a hircine priest, a hellish boy, a villainous vampire, an anarchic biker, or a trekking Reman. Go »

Helena Bonham Carter

She wore a spiky red wig in Women Talking Dirty, a curly blonde wig in Cinderella, a disheveled black wig in the Harry Potter films, enormous stitches in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, a lazy eye in Merlin, a simian face in Planet of the Apes, a CGI-enlarged head in Alice in Wonderland, and an eye patch over old-age makeup in Big Fish. Go »

Doug Jones

He's been villains to Batman and the Fantastic Four, a zombie to Bette Midler, amphibious creatures opposite Hellboy and Sally Hawkins, sci-fi icons in Star Trek and The Time Machine, and even a faun who spoke Spanish. Go »

Alan Tudyk

It's appropriate that he was a guest voice on Robot Chicken, because those words sum up his roles in films based on Japanese manga, the Pleistocene era, Isaac Asimov novels, Polynesian myths, and Star Wars. Go »

Zoe Saldana

She's well-known for having blue skin on the planet of Pandora and green skin in the Marvel movies, but it was her own skin that let her inhabit an iconic black role on the starship Enterprise. Go »

Mike Myers

This SNL alum and current game show host has put on bald caps and pinky rings, black-rimmed glasses and false teeth, long black wigs and baseball caps, curly mustaches and bushy long beards, dead-sexy fat suits, behatted cat suits, and more prosthetics to bring his bizarre characters to life. Go »

Sage Northcutt

This young adult from Texas spices things up in the ring until he gets a cut north of the right eye. Go »

Thomas Courtenay

He made infernal machines to take down northern ships. Did he indirectly cause the most naval deaths in US history? The truth of that died with his possible co-conspirator. Go »

Jessie Mueller

This beautiful singer clearly used to be mine. Go »

Clara Bow

This "It" girl came to personify the Roaring Twenties and was its leading sex symbol. Go »

Vangelis

Columbus sailed the ocean blue and Carl Sagan traversed space to his music. The running blade and fiery chariots of his other works were purely metaphorical. Go »

Amber Rose

Named for shades of orange and pink, this model gained fame in a relationship with a popular rapper. Go »

Gennady Samokhin

Many folks may see their life's work go under, but no one has taken it to this guy's extreme. Go »

Finn Wolfhard

There are stranger ways to become a breakout teen star in Hollywood than starring in a clown movie. Go »

Liam Neeson

Once known for rescuing Jews and training Jedis, this Irish actor has more recently taken over Hollywood's action genre despite being in his mid-sixties. Go »

Carmen Electra

She's been a lifeguard on TV, an eponymous pop star in one album, a frequent parodist in Movies, and a wife to both a colorful basketball player and a rock & roll guitarist. Go »

Marilyn Hartman

Fly the fraudulent skies. Go »

Oobah Butler

London's #1 restaurateur didn't have to travel far from home for inspiration. Go »

Jerry Ehman

This extraterrestrial radio seeker might be the only person more associated with the word "wow" than Owen Wilson. Go »

Reality Winner

If you saw this former government employee's name in print, she would sound like the last person left on Big Brother or Survivor. Go »

Mr. T

Longtime fans of this on-screen boxer and mercenary must have been thrown for a loop when he gave up his signature gold chains. I pity the goo! Go »

Imelda Marcos

Was it fair that she was accused of enriching herself while her husband governed the islands? Hey, if the shoe fits... Go »

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

Now very wealthy adults, they have declined invitations back to the overfull sitcom house where they grew up. Go »

William Cottrell

Upon his prison release, no one dared to pick him up in a Hummer. Go »

Muhammad Ali

Born of Clay, it took this fighter years to shake off charges of dodging the draft. Go »

O.J. Simpson

The controversy over this former running back getting away with murder has yet to run out of juice. Go »

M. M.

"Those who'll play with cats must expect to be scratched." –Miguel de Cervantes Go »

Don King

His hair is almost as famous as the boxers he promotes. Who's the king? Go »

Long John Silver

If you wanted to open a fast-food restaurant named for this fictional pirate, copyright lawyers would say that you don't have a leg to stand on. Go »

Kikawada Masaya

He's best known for regaining his humanity after receiving a motorcycle, and for his romance with the largest planet. Go »

Goldie Hawn

This once-private actress has had golden success since going overboard and becoming dead. Go »

Butch Patrick

This child actor had monstrous success, but remained less well-known than his on-screen parents. Go »

Takehito Koyasu

This imperial performer carries the burden of white hot popularity. Go »

Ben Carson

This brainy doctor was nominated for HUD secretary soon after his Republican rival became president. Go »

Shia LaBeouf

He's too "shy" to talk about how starring in Eagle Eye transformed his career. Go »

Elián González

This turn-of-the-century Cuban refugee is not a boy any more. Go »

Yul Brynner

He's been both a Siamese king and a robot gunslinger. Who's the pharaoh? Go »

Penélope Cruz

It would blow not to cruise to victory after a long winter season. Talk about an eye-opening disappointment. Go »

Aaron Burr

A mouthful of peanut butter might make it hard to pronounce the name of this early vice president and $10 assassin. Go »

LL Cool J

This rapper was known for rocking the bells and knocking you out like Mama said, until he decided to go back to Cali to join the Naval Criminal Investigative Service in Los Angeles. Go »

Sergey Brin

Can't figure out the top of the Alphabet? Maybe try Googling it. Try searching for Russian characters. Go »

Conrad Bluth

It took Hollywood making a couple of acts of Mercy for this young miscreant to get over being a child actor with Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet. Go »

Robert Baden-Powell

I feel confident that you will find this British military officer and author. I really do, scout's honor. Go »

Andrew Wyeth

Although Christina may be his most famous subject, his German neighbor was one of his most extensive. Go »

Jean-Pierre Bemba

Lost in the fog of the world's greatest war since WWII, this man and his erasers tried to exterminate the little people. Go »

Rob Porter

This lawyer and secretary was a hit with the Trump administration, until he struck out in the public eye with domestic abuse allegations. Go »

Channing Tatum

He has starred in movie franchises about soldiers named Joe, dancers named Mike, and streets named Jump, but his movie about a maid named Jupiter won't be getting a sequel. Go »