Chris Lemler won this season on August 30, 2019. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (88 goos solved), Steve West (81 goos solved), Chris Lemler (80 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (79 goos solved), Erik Bates (74 goos solved), Matthew Preston (73 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (54 goos solved), Samir Mehta (48 goos solved), Stan Iwanchuk (27 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (15 goos solved), and Scott Hardie (8 goos solved).

Don Knotts

Despite some incredible film roles, audiences best remember this lovable goofball in his roles as an overconfident small-town deputy in the 1960s and a farcical Santa Monica landlord in the 1980s. Go »

Ryan O'Reilly

It's only his first year with St. Louis, but he's already become their top scorer and helped them reach the finals. Go »

Donald Triplett

He didn't share a birthday with two siblings, but he did help advance our understanding of a neurodevelopmental disorder by becoming the literal first case. Go »

Olivia Wilde

After she finally got out of the house, this actress (recently also director) had starring roles in movies about conversations, buddies, Coopers, cowboys and aliens. Go »

Tom Lehrer

This satirist brought a bleak sensibility to his timely songs, on TV and off, before returning to his love of mathematics. Go »

Lawrence Phillips

Don't get so choked up that you can't find the answer. If you don't solve this goo, you will get the horns by this former Ram. Go »

George Carlin

This counterculture comedian's best-known bit involved the seven dirty words you couldn't say on television, so he certainly didn't say them when he hosted the very first episode of what became Saturday Night Live. Go »

Ashlyn Harris

Not much gets past this world champion, who plays for Orlando near her hometown, and who has a special bond with one teammate in particular. Go »

James Holzhauer

Was a long-running game show broken by this high-betting sports gambler, or was it simply mastered? Go »

Hunter King

She's young, restless, and in pieces. Who's the king? Go »

Paul Dini

He wrote and produced some of the most popular animated shows of the 1990s and has worked in comic books ever since, which put him in a unique position to take the lovestruck Batman villain that he created for TV and adapt her into the mainstream DC universe. Go »

Howard Unruh

These days, innocent people just taking a stroll around the block can become the victims of mass shooters. Back in 1949, America's first mass shooter was the one taking a walk around his neighborhood. Go »

Bob Barker

This game show host went a long way from his childhood on a Sioux reservation to hosting a long-running show at CBS Television City. Go »

David Bushnell

Primarily used during WWII, this military inventor introduced his brand of warfare during the American Revolution. Go »

Jeremy Renner

This actor participated in such successful film franchises as The Avengers, Mission: Impossible, the Bourne series, the 28 Days Later series, and the National Lampoon's films. Go »

Zoroaster

Long before Islam, the Persian people followed the teachings of this philosopher in order to realize themselves. Go »

Christoph Waltz

He's been a specter haunting James Bond, a cybernetics doctor raising a battle angel, and both a Nazi and bounty hunter for Quentin Tarantino. Go »

Billy Ray Cyrus

This superstar dad and mullet enthusiast helped line-dancing go big in 1992 with his aching, break-prone heart, and helped Lil Nas X go big in 2019 with his backup vocals. Go »

Phil Hartman

Before his shocking 1998 death, he was the glue that held together the SNL cast, the anchor of a news radio program, and a pair of fraudulent phonies (one a lawyer, the other an actor) encountered by the Simpson family. Go »

Kristin Cavallari

The truest thing about this real O.C. star is that she's very herself. Go »

David Johnson

This sports fan is known for heckling and riding Rory McIlroy after missing a putt. Go »

David Ortiz

Big Papi became a big target when he returned to his native Dominican Republic. Go »

Tyshawn Jones

This professional skateboarder is not old enough to drink at the violently-named restaurant that he recently opened. Go »

Trevor Noah

This comedian's very existence defied the law in his native South Africa, but if his birth was a crime, it was only a prelude to the audacity he shows in his daily hosting job. Go »

Marques Brownlee

He's a hi-def tech reviewer and ultimate pro. Go »

Marijuana Pepsi Vandyck

Being named for an inebriating plant and a celebrity-endorsed soft drink may have prepared her for a Ph.D. dissertation about the effect of unusual names on one's educational prospects. Go »

Marsha P. Johnson

Fifty years ago, when homosexual bar-goers had their backs against the wall, she got her civil rights and sparked a movement that helped everyone else get theirs. Go »

Etika

After months of suicidal statements, this former YouTube star and Nintendo fan will live-stream no more. Go »

Petrus Gonsalvus

It ain't easy being the hairiest guy on the planet. Someone should write a book. Go »

Avery Brooks

This actor has spent most of his career singing on a stage or teaching in a classroom, which is why almost half of the credits on his fairly short screen resume are for his two most famous roles, in the Spenser and Star Trek franchises. Go »

Baby Esther

A lot of pop songs have been addressed to "baby," but she originated the fad of singing like a baby, which eventually led to a cartoon flapper by way of theft. Go »

KC Green

He saw his creations about posterior phalli and inferno-imperiled canines become popular memes online, costing him money, and declared that this was not fine. Go »

Francis Scott Key

The poem that he wrote after witnessing a U.S. flag survive a bombardment in the War of 1812 became the lyrics of the most American of songs, sung in a major key. Go »

John Cena

You can't see the answer? The kids who made a wish to meet this retired wrestler (the most in the foundation's history) can. Go »

Helge von Koch

In our fractured era, politicians funded by the Koch brothers might call liberals snowflakes, but this mathematician gave us a classic fractal for any era. Go »

Eddie Vedder

This singing Chicagoan guaranteed that if you go all the way to win the game, it's the end of the road for you. Go »

Dan Rice

If you think the White House has become a one-horse circus only in modern times, you're jumping on a false bandwagon. Go »

Virginia Tighe

This housewife remembered being someone else's bride. Go »

Barbara Broccoli

She didn't just inherit a successful long-running film franchise by sprouting from her father. Her success stemmed from planting herself at the top of her production company, patiently stalking success like a spy. Go »

Eric Trump

AND I'M ERIC!!!! Go »

Tom Holland

In his latest starring role, his character visits several places in Europe, but not the one with which he shares a name. Go »

Millie Bobby Brown

Starring in eleven more Godzilla movies wouldn't be as strange as her breakthrough role on Netflix. Go »

Buzz Aldrin

He must have been buzzing with excitement when it was his turn to set foot on the Moon. Go »

Michael Collins

He too made the voyage from the Earth to the Moon (except for the final descent), and designed the mission patch. Go »

John F. Kennedy

The American space program kicked into high gear thanks to this president's belief that "this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth." Go »

Jim Lovell

He was Apollo 11's backup commander in case of a problem, but he found a very famous problem himself as a commander two missions later. Go »

Gene Kranz

Failure wasn't an option for this mission control director on any of his Apollo missions, including 11 and 13. Go »

Orville & Wilbur Wright

Without these two bicycling brothers, humans might never have left the surface of the Earth. In tribute, a chunk of wood from their greatest accomplishment was brought on board Apollo 11. Go »

Neil Armstrong

One small step for this man was also one giant leap for mankind. Go »

Sam Worthington

Starring in a Terminator spinoff and Titans remake didn't make him worthy of household-name status, but maybe starring in four sequels to the highest-grossing movie ever will change that. Go »

George Soros

He devoted most of his billions to an open society, only to be met by a hostile society that placed him at the center of numerous conspiracy theories. Go »

Roman Reigns

He will rain down on everyone's parade. He left football to be a man and strap on wrestling gear to use his super powers to knock out one person with one punch. Go »

Rajneesh

This sex-positive, anti-socialist guru spent decades influencing the culture of his native India, and also inspired a terrorist attack in Oregon. Go »

Ayanna Pressley

Her husband might be from Cimmeria, but this woman, the oldest member of a certain squad, was born in Ohio and now represents Massachusetts. Where would she go back to, Boston? Go »

Paul George

This basketballer recently made his way to California after playing in Oklahoma and Indiana. I would love to discover that his parents are such Beatles fans that they gave him the middle names John and Ringo. Go »

Dessa

A broken code may give you false hope that this collective CEO will give you any congratulations. Go »

William Seward

This politician negotiated the acquisition of the northernmost, westernmost and easternmost lands in the United States. Go »

William Seabrook

This American journalist indulged his lifelong obsession with the occult, from eating human flesh among West African cannibals, to experimenting in witchcraft with Aleister Crowley, to popularizing the Haitian concept of a zombie. Go »

Daniel Dae Kim

He's been lucky enough to film two long-running shows in Hawaii, one in which he played a husband from 2004 to 2010, and another in which he played a cop from 2010 to 2017. Go »

Kim Yo-jong

Westerners didn't know much about her until she attended the 2018 Olympics on behalf of her brother, but she first gained national attention in her own country at her father's state funeral in 2011. Go »

Adrianne Palicki

She's been in TV shows and movies inspired by high school football, '80s war movies, Marvel superheroes, police tactical units, the Bible, military action figures, Star Trek, Wonder Woman, and Aaron Carter. Go »

Brian Banks

His career as a bird of flight eventually took off, after a secret recording of the woman who locked him in his proverbial birdcage. Go »

Rick Santelli

This cable news editor got a very influential party started. Go »

Bugha

It took a lot longer than two weeks for this Twitch star to get good enough at a popular video game to win $3 million playing it. Go »

Luann de Lesseps

This native New York housewife was for many years a French countess until her husband's affair with an Ethiopian princess. Go »

Sandra Lee

The answer might pop into your head if you can think beyond the surface of this Internet and TV star. Go »

Randy Moss

This analyst knows Nothing But Crap when this colt talks about the three-time winner of the crown. Go »

Wanda Vázquez Garced

Considering that her predecessor's tenure was shorter than the amount of time you have to solve this goo, and that she has publicly stated that she does not want the job, she might not still be governor by the time this goo expires, continuing the chaos endured by her citizens. Go »

Joel and Ethan Coen

From simple beginnings, their projects took them to Arizona and Fargo, introducing audiences to Llewyn and Lebowski and Barton and Buster, and they have grown into serious old men. Go »

Seth Maddox

Being the best in the world at slide presentation software might come in handy when this Alabama teenager starts college in a few weeks. Go »

Dorian Nakamoto

Even if a good man wrote 100,000,000 articles about this guy, we still wouldn't know if he was who we were looking for. Go »

John Herschel

Life on the moon! Too bad the telescope that made this discovery burned down the observatory. Go »

Jeffrey Epstein

Karma came swiftly, and justice came far too slowly, for this billionaire financier, sex trafficker, international playboy, and child molester. Go »

Billie Eilish

Being homeschooled with her brother led to a musical collaboration that has produced seven gold and three platinum singles, all before she becomes old enough to vote. Go »

Chaz Bono

His first coming out as a lesbian (before his second coming out as a man) strained his relationship with his famous parents, who were singers and former variety-show hosts. Go »

Quentin Tarantino

This writer-director has made movies about bastards, fiction, dawn, dogs, brown, romance, Hollywood, Bill, and Django. Go »

Peter Scolari

He's best known for being Tom Hanks's buddy, Bob Newhart's producer, Rick Moranis's substitute, and Lena Dunham's father. Go »

Alemuel

Before South Korea got in on the fad, this German YouTuber scored a record deal with a song about a juvenile selachimorph. Go »

Margaret Atwood

She doesn't like her work being called feminist, but her works about a patriarchal dystopia (adapted for Hulu) and an imprisoned murderess (adapted for Netflix) have furthered contemporary conversations about feminism. Go »

Aaron Donald

This defensive tackle is known for ramming his opponents to the ground with strength training that he started at age 12. Go »

Soulja Boy

For seven weeks in '07, he cranked up the Billboard charts, and this soldier is now a veteran. Go »

Florence Foster Jenkins

Sometimes you love something so much that you kill it. She loved opera singing. And the opera loved her back. Go »

Raffi

If you see this Egyptian-born Canadian singing by the bay and playing children's songs about baby whales and little ducks, just sit down and listen. Go »

John Bolton

National security rests with this foreign policy hawk, who has previously been an adviser, commentator, and ambassador. Go »

James Taylor

He's had Carolina in his mind ever since he was a sweet baby, long ago and far away. Go »

Kristen Wiig

She has been a bridesmaid and a ghostbuster, but she's still best known for wearing many wigs in her seven-year run on Saturday Night Live. Go »

Eric Greitens

The mission continues, despite an extra-marital scandal. Go »

Marianne Williamson

It may take one of the miracles she writes and teaches about for her to win the presidency. Go »

Teresa Heinz

This ketchup widow has been married to two Senators. Go »

Edwin Shoemaker

Live by the sword, die by the sword. Or in this inventor's case, the comfortable chair. Go »