Chris Lemler won this season on September 1, 2018. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (84 goos solved, a perfect score), Chris Lemler (79 goos solved), Samir Mehta (79 goos solved), Matthew Preston (74 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (61 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (48 goos solved), Scott Hardie (19 goos solved), and Erik Bates (9 goos solved).

Meghan Markle

The newest member of Britain's royal family is already used to fame, after acting in several Hollywood productions in her native Los Angeles. Go »

Evan Spiegel

He's a famous billionaire who married a model, but he doesn't like to show his face for more than 24 hours. Go »

Chiwetel Ejiofor

To Benedict Cumberbatch, he's been both a slave and a sorcerer. Go »

John McCarthy

His language was created to enhance communication, rather than impede it as the name implied. Go »

Jeff Gutt

This singer, who excelled in a TV competition by singing from his diaphragm, is not afraid of a "curse" after his two predecessors in a famous band both died. Go »

Abby Lee Miller

She wasn't really a mother but she really did dance, and she really did go to prison for not really being broke. Go »

Kiki Camarena

This DEA agent was less than a month from his transfer stateside when his murder sparked a row between Reagan and de la Madrid and forced the closing of the border. Go »

Danielle Steel

No living author has sold as many books as this stainless scribe. Go »

Bill Budge

Even though he didn't enjoy playing them, this game designer didn't budge from his passion of programming popular Apple games and software. Go »

Nikko Locastro

For this St. Louisan, life is flying high, but passing 100 career wins would be a plus. The most exciting part is he won the USDGC. Go »

Jeff Sessions

His session as the nation's top lawman may be coming to a close. Go »

Joshua Jackson

He's been in movies about ducks, skulls, and intentions, but he's best known for his work in television shows about an affair, a fringe, and a creek. Go »

Nigel Lythgoe

So you think this pop producer is idle? Think again, Superstar. Go »

Lois Lowry

Her books about a Holocaust survivor, an emotional rememberer, and a short teller of tall tales have made her a beloved children's author. Go »

Annie Edson Taylor

Good thing she didn't land on the Maid of the Mist. Go »

Fred Astaire

This carefree daddy long legs flew down to Rio to stay at a Holiday Inn for a royal wedding, put a top hat on his funny face, followed a fleet to an Easter parade, and asked a damsel in distress three little words: Shall we dance? Go »

Kate Spade

Her life recently ended, but she'll live on in the popular fashion accessories that bear her digging-tool name. Go »

Pythagoras

It's not as popular as E = mc², but this ancient philospher's calculation that a² + b² = c² continues to be a cornerstone of children's first geometry classes. Go »

XXXTentacion

This Miami-based rapper lived an X-rated life until his death in a robbery this week. Go »

Neil Harbisson

You install one antenna in a man's skull and suddenly he acts like he has changed species. Go »

Brittany Howard

Her Southern home state shakes, rattles, and rolls when she unleashes her thunderous voice. Go »

Yanela Sanchez

This crying Honduran toddler became the poster child for suffering at the United States border. Go »

Gilbert Baker

Gay pride got very colorful after this artist designed a representative flag. Go »

John Jakes

He took us on a journey through 120 years of family history, but not once was Krypton ever mentioned. Go »

Jason Momoa

This actor is the intersection between many pop-culture franchises: Game of Thrones, Baywatch, the DC Extended Universe, Stargate, and Conan the Barbarian. Go »

Ickey Woods

You can be insured that he always celebrates achieving his goals, even if it's just buying lunch meat. Go »

Jon Hamm

After the World Cup, I've got to get my friend John ham. Go »

Leslie Odom Jr.

This Tony winning actor is known nation-wide as a smash hit, to be sure, sir. Go »

Frank Rosenthal

Casino sports books exist thanks to this organized crime visionary. Go »

Travis Reinking

Waffle House's harshest critic. Who's the king? Go »

Dennis Lindsey

Although his role has a checkered past, he remains jazzed about it in general. Go »

Narendra Modi

Leading the world's largest democracy can make a man moody. Go »

John Steinbeck

Stories of the Dust Bowl won this author a Pulitzer and a Nobel prize. Go »

Scott Pruitt

President Trump's pledge to drain the swamp was undermined by the ethics scandals of this (recently ex-) cabinet member, whose job was in fact to protect swampland. Go »

Amy Bloom

Her writing career blossomed when she turned away from being a therapist full-time. Go »

Khloé Kardashian

If it's tough keeping up with which member of the wealthy reality-show family this is, she's the one who was married to a Los Angeles Laker. Go »

Pedro Martínez

This Dominican pitcher became one of the best of all time by exercising total control of the ball. Go »

Brittany Murphy

Sadly, her appearances in The Dead Girl, Drop Dead Gorgeous, and Girl, Interrupted were prophetic. Go »

A.A. Milne

Most of his animal characters were named like their species, but for some reason the bear was named after poo. Go »

Christine McVie

Rumors have it that the band had something perfect when this songbird joined. Then again, I may be lying to you. But, if I am, it' just one itty-bitty, teeny-tiny one. Go »

Bob Orton Jr.

This Cowboy's wife is a nurse, one of his sons is a mixed-martial arts fighter, and his manager has a lot of heart. He likes to ride the Stallion or even listen to the theme song to Bonanza. Go »

Frank Morris

Until he and a pair of brothers made their famous escape attempt, the success of which has never been determined, he was known as inmate AZ1441 on the island. Go »

Reginald VelJohnson

He's best known for playing two cops: One in Chicago raising a large family with a loud nerdy neighbor, and another in Los Angeles helping a fellow cop battle terrorists at a high-rise office. Go »

Chester Carlson

Copying the ideas of this inventor would infringe on several of the patents he owned. Go »

Jim Broadbent

Merlin's Beard! Don't get yourself greatly misshapen trying to guess this one. If you can can can, you may be wise enough to be sent to the Citadel! Go »

Andy Samberg

His best-known roles include a detective in Brooklyn, a hotel guest in Transylvania, an a not-ready-for-primetime-player on a lonely island. Go »

Helen Hunt

'90s audiences were mad about this TV wife and her movies about tornadoes, charity, OCD, a marooning, and gender-based telepathy. Go »

Zheng Shusen

He could create a unibrow with just one hair. Go »

Richard Keith

This talented musician is the last surviving cast member of the show he loved. Go »

Stevie Nicks

The dreams of so many players were poisoned as if with belladonna after a recent landslide of guesses for this rumoured street angel turned out to be trouble in paradise. Go »

Morgan Freeman

He played a longtime prison inmate named Red, and he co-starred in a Bruce Willis movie called Red, but not at the same time. Go »

J.B. Smoove

Contrary to the titles of his best-known TV appearances, his comedy is not deaf, his Hollywood marriage isn't real, and he's not particularly enthusiastic. Go »

John Coltrane

This saintly saxophonist played for a monk. Go »

Ginnifer Goodwin

Once known for being the younger wife, she has since gained success with Disney & ABC playing a gray rabbit, an orange fairy, and a white teacher. Go »

Jim Davis

His works include a western, some insects, and a tuber, but his most famous characters revolved around a cat. Go »

Draymond Green

You shouldn't apologize for being on Snapchat, but he should apologize for posting his one-eyed snake on it. Go »

Michael Cohen

This leaky lawyer's presidential protection is formally finished. Go »

George R. Kelly

Despite his associations with a deadly kind of gun (not to mention an R&B star charged with child pornography), this Federal prisoner died of natural causes. Go »

F.D.C. Willard

For all of his published scholarly works, he has yet to author a paper on felis domesticus. Go »

Neymar

This soccer star is best known in the United States for his on-field dramatics, instead of his ability. Go »

Leo Laporte

Screen saver not working? Try calling this twit for help. Go »

Ellie Kemper

If working in a difficult office didn't break her, nothing can. Go »

Betty Lou Oliver

On one doubly unlucky day in the 1940s, she survived the fall that King Kong did not. Go »

Sydney Biddle Barrows

Her ancestors fled Europe aboard the most famous ship to settle the New World, but she was in the very illegal business of bringing people together, not apart. Go »

Paul Horner

His fake news may have helped cause the biggest news event of 2016. The following year, he lost his life to a health epidemic that you might have heard about in the real news. Go »

Dak Prescott

He was born in Louisiana and played football in two neighboring states, even though he was named after two other states far away. Go »

Aelita Andre

Another Picasso? This extremely talented young artist gained international recognition at age four after selling a collection of abstract paintings in shows from Italy to Hong Kong, including one for $24,000. Go »

Rashida Jones

She has two homonymic projects: An upcoming Christmas movie, and a crime thriller now playing on cable TV. Go »

Anna Todd

She wrote after before she wrote before after she wrote. Go »

Fred Rogers

In his 50 years on television, only once did this child entertainer, and neighbor to us all, appear as someone other than himself. Go »

Jess

Being legal age to drink, you'd think she would quit acting like a big baby. Dating could be hard when she calls him Daddy. Go »

Anna Faris

She's been friends and just friends, a hot chick and a southern Belle, scary and smiley, a mom and a mama's boy, overboard with a broken back and lost with a chance of meatballs. Go »

William Kamkwamba

Ever since improving his village in Malawi, he has been an electrifying public speaker. Go »

Omarosa Manigault

Her time spent being apprenticed to a reality TV star didn't prepare her for very different work in a presidential administration. Go »

Lee Iacocca

This Pennsylvanian championed the mustang project in the 1960s. We're not talking horses here, though; just horsepower. Go »

Francis of Assisi

This minor friar is the original environmentalist. Go »

Lee Child

It's not a reach to imagine this thriller novelist pleased that his work comes between Raymond Chandler and Agatha Christie. Go »

Hillary Clinton

She was betrothed to and betrayed by Bill, blocked and brought on by Barack, and berated and beaten by Donald. Go »

Martin Bryant

Australians surrendered their right to bear arms thanks to this Tasmanian devil. Go »

Leonard Skinner

This gym teacher was so reviled by some of his students, they named their (very successful) band after a mockery of his name. Go »

Juanita Broaddrick

She was forced to bite her lip for far too long, but in the #MeToo era, attitudes toward her 1999 allegations of rape by a high-ranking politician are broadly changing. Go »

William Howard Hughes

He worked for the Air Force and shared a name with a famous aviator, but recently his long flight came to an end. Go »

Billy Ocean

Do you know the difference between a sea and an ocean? This guy probably does, considering that he's named after one and his best-known hit is about a queen of another. Go »

Leonard Bernstein

One of the Massive geniuses of American music is known for his original compositions about west sides, wonderful towns, and waterfronts. Go »

Janelle Monáe

She keeps recording albums about artificial life, but she seemed plenty alive herself in two Oscar-nominated 2016 films. Go »

Seth Rollins

You wouldn't think this performer from Davenport, IA would need to hide behind a shield. Using a finishing move named after a dog food brand would be dangerous if you landed head first. Go »

James Gunn

This director is like Chekhov's gun: He has be fired before the third act. Go »

Kevin Kwan

His novel about billionaires in his native Singapore have made him crazy rich. Go »

Jack Kerouac

On the road to writing his biggest success, this author generated a beat for us to read by. Go »

Paul Rudd

This actor has played a small character, but rarely has small roles. Is that Mark Ruffalo? Go »