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Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (68 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (67 goos solved), Chris Lemler (64 goos solved), Erik Bates (64 goos solved), Steve West (61 goos solved), Matthew Preston (54 goos solved), Samir Mehta (31 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (24 goos solved), and Scott Hardie (4 goos solved).

Whitney Cummings

She went for broke creating a sitcom about waitresses after her eponymous first sitcom was roasted by critics. Go »

Tony Shalhoub

He has played such different roles as a high-flying cabbie, a monastic detective, a vegetative senator, and a marvelous father. Go »

Andrew Luck

Despite his name, this Midwestern quarterback suffered more than his share of unfortunate injuries, so he became the rare player to walk away from the NFL in his prime, a month before his 30th birthday. Go »

Norah O'Donnell

Her recent shift change from mornings to evenings makes her an inheritor of the legacy of Walter Cronkite and Dan Rather. Go »

Willem Dafoe

Since his name sounds like "the enemy," it's appropriate that he has played so many on-screen villains, such as in To Live and Die in L.A., Streets of Fire, Spider-Man, Wild at Heart, and Speed 2: Cruise Control. Go »

Carrie Lam

She may be a tough fighter, but she eventually caved to protest by nearly two million people. Go »

Sandra Oh

She wasn't the Grey whose anatomy became a hit, but she is the Eve whose potential killing is attracting critical acclaim. Go »

Amy Lee Giorgio

Being in the Sunshine State is a drag. She tried to evanesce after injuring a traffic cop. This gulf-based goo should be a breeze to solve. Go »

Jonathan Safran Foer

His books have been called illuminating, extreme, and incredible. Go »

Ross Bagdasarian

This stage performer and singer-songwriter made a novelty record so popular that he spent the rest of his career yelling the name Alvin. Go »

Seann William Scott

He made pie with Jason Biggs, got down with Dwayne Johnson, became a duke with Johnny Knoxville, and exchanged weapons with Damon Wayans. Go »

John Stamos

He starred in two long-running hospital dramas, but despite recently becoming a grandfather, he'll always be best known as an uncle who pleaded for mercy. Go »

Chuck D

This Queens native declared himself public enemy #1 in the 1980s for bringing the noise and calling 911 a joke. Go »

Lizzo

This big grrrl wants to tell the small world that she loves you, and that kind of truth doesn't hurt. Go »

Benjamin Briggs

This sea captain could have bought a hardware store but Italy apparently needed those 1700 barrels of alcohol. Go »

Lani Sarem

Her YA novel became a handbook for scamming your way onto the bestseller list for a single day. Go »

Cate Blanchett

On-screen, she's been to Middle-earth, Asgard, San Francisco, Elizabethan England, Golden-Age Hollywood, Cinderella's castle, the Met Gala, Sherwood Forest, and her native Australia. Go »

Ted Giannoulas

He's been with the Padres longer than any player, and his specialty is a fowl ball. Go »

Danny Trejo

You might have seen this character actor and former convict wielding a machete for Robert Rodriguez, or stealing a plane for Simon West, or planning a bank robbery for Michael Mann. Go »

Matty Roberts

His unserious post about trespassing in an Air Force test facility provoked an out-of-this-world response. Go »

Philip Pullman

His fantasy novels have covered some fairly dark material. Go »

mxmtoon

She's a YouTube-based pop star who released her debut in 2018, not an animated character who debuted in 1990. Go »

Robert Santoli

This New Yorker said DON'T LET THE CAT OUT OF THE BAG but he has really good fortune because if you think he is EASY BREEZY you may see him on an EXHILARATING WATER SLIDE. He is also LIVING IN THE MOMENT because he has THREE WISHES and one of the three wishes he asked for was GOOFY PICTURES. Go »

James Jebbia

This British-born skate shop owner has built the ultimate fashion brand in New York. Go »

Michelle Williams

This former member of Destiny's Child starred in Chicago on Broadway, not in Brokeback Mountain. Go »

Michelle Ann Williams

This renowned Jamaican scientist is a dean at Harvard, which is in Cambridge, not in nearby Manchester-by-the-Sea. Go »

Michelle Toro

In 2016, this swimmer was too busy winning an Olympic medal for Canada to have been nominated for a Tony Award for Blackbird on Broadway. Go »

Michael K. Williams

He rose to fame as the terrifying Omar in The Wire, not as teenaged Jen Lindley in Dawson's Creek. Go »

Michael Williams

When he starred in Henry V with his wife Judi Dench, neither he nor the character he played were the actress who won an Emmy Award for Fosse/Verdon. Go »

Michael C. Williams

He played himself in a surprise hit horror movie, which was not Shutter Island. Go »

Carolyn Pickles

Her character in a long-running British soap opera died in the 4000th episode, before she could meet great and powerful men like Oz, P.T. Barnum, and Venom. Go »

Bill Kristol

He worked in the first Bush White House, wrote weekly of his support for the second Bush White House, and vehemently opposed the Trump White House. Go »

Danny DeVito

He's best known for managing a cab service in New York, a bar in Philadelphia, a tabloid magazine in Los Angeles, an amusement park in space, and a criminal empire in Gotham City. Go »

Robin Mahfood

This ironically named President and CEO leads an organization providing food, medicine and shelter to the poor. Go »

Baby Ariel

This TikTok star, who is almost young enough to be called an infant, shares her name with a Disney cartoon heroine who first appeared in 1989. Go »

Vincent Palermo

In real life, this Jersey mobster moved to Texas in the witness protection program, but not before inspiring a famous TV character. Go »

Kevin Abstract

He named his group after the street he grew up on in Corpus Christi, and his first solo album after a cable channel and a year nine prior to the one in which he was born. Go »

Tucker Carlson

After getting (cross)fired by CNN, he tucked his commentary into MSNBC's format, but didn't find a proper home until Fox News made him a contributor and then a nightly host. Go »

Bray Wyatt

Walking like a spider is easier than being related to this wrestler. Go »

Amber Guyger

For this Dallas cop, getting off on the wrong floor was the first deadly mistake. Go »

Steve McQueen

He became Hollywood royalty (in name and nickname) by starring in movies about bullets, affairs, pebbles, getaways, infernos, and escapes. Go »

Artur Samarin

You're not supposed to go through high school twice, but maybe if your first time was in the Ukraine it doesn't count? Go »

Pat Benatar

She had an invincible run of hits about being shot on a battlefield and being fired up to break hearts. Go »

Hiawatha

The top 'hawk was immortalized in a popular song of the mid-1800s. Go »

Melissa Broder

This online humorist was born a Virgo, which is not the sign after which she named her debut novel. Sad! Go »

Braima Suncar Dabó

When you cross the finish line at the end of your career, do you want to look back and say that you helped carry the tradition of sportsmanship? Go »

Spartacus

Historians cannot agree whether this gladiator sparred with an empire to end all slavery, or whether he just wanted his own freedom. He's... Go »

Gerald Foos

This hotelier's favorite songs could be the Police's "Every Breath You Take," Rockwell's "Somebody's Watching Me," and Kim Carnes's "Voyeur." Go »

James Brudenell

Immortalized by Tennyson, his company of soldiers were decimated by Russian artillery. Go »

Chris Wallace

Although he only knew his father for about sixty minutes, this Fox anchor built a similar reputation for grilling politicians in interviews. Go »

Nathan Hale

All hail this patriotic Connecticuter, whose legend began the same year as our nation, when he was hung for spying and gave but one life for his country. Go »

John Slattery

This actor has enjoyed some recent time in the spotlight thanks to performances both sterling and stark. Go »

Justin Trudeau

This dynastic Canadian overcame his own racist mistakes to win re-election. Go »

Andy King

His reputation as one of Hollywood's best event planners went up in smoke after he was willing to take one for the team that failed to organize a music festival. Who's the king? Go »

Bryan Price

This coach yelled at the news media until his face was the color of his team, but ultimately he didn't pay any price but embarrassment. Go »

Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski

This native Chicagoan is a meme machine, thanks in part to citations by George Takei and Stephen Hawking. Go »

Kennedy McMann

Even a teenaged sleuth could figure out the identity of the latest actress to play the nearly 90-year-old character. Go »

Belle Delphine

For someone whose name means like a dolphin, she generated a lot of controversy this summer about whether or not she really was in water. Go »

Gary Sinise

Long before working in police forensics in New York, he was a prison guard, an astronaut, a kidnapper, a wounded soldier, and a shrimp fisherman. Go »

Shawn Mendes

This Vine star wrote himself into the record books with a #1 hit album before his 18th birthday. Go »

John Carpenter

Like a skilled woodworker, this writer-director assembled now-classic horror films of the 1970s and 1980s, including an enduring slasher film about October 31. Go »

Anthony Rendon

Our national third baseman helped bring victory home for the first time. Go »

Pia Wurtzbach

This Filipino beauty is a winner whether Steve Harvey wants to admit it or not. Go »

John Greenleaf Whittier

The big-headed mascot of the college named for this poet took the field dressed in colonial garb carrying a giant fountain pen. Go »

Liev Schreiber

He's been a murder who makes people scream, an editor who took the spotlight, a father who ignored an omen, and the original Sabretooth. Go »

Jenna Fischer

She has since been in shows about the apocalypse and splitting up, but she'll always be best remembered for her notable job in an office. Go »

Caitlyn Jenner

It was once unimaginable that this gold medalist and Wheaties box subject would be famous for anything besides sports, but then came a certain reality show and gender transition. Go »

Jean Rhys

She wrote about a sea that was wider than her native Caribbean. Go »