Chris Lemler won this season on May 29, 2020. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (89 goos solved), Chris Lemler (83 goos solved), Samir Mehta (77 goos solved), Steve West (75 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (73 goos solved), Erik Bates (33 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (13 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (12 goos solved), Scott Hardie (10 goos solved), Lori Lancaster (1 goo solved), and Stan Iwanchuk (1 goo solved).

Norma McCorvey

Her landmark lawsuit granted abortion rights nationwide, but she came to be a pro-life activist who considered it her biggest mistake. Go »

Bob Iger

His company may have all started with a mouse, but for the last fifteen years, he has grown it with Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and 20th Century Fox. Go »

Brian May

After his band was dethroned, he turned his attention to stars and helped us get to Pluto. Go »

Future

You might need time travel to enjoy his albums that have missed the letters "ution," the "e" and "i" in a famous guitarist's name, and "a" in a sorcerer's synonym. Go »

Richard Pryor

Millions of today's comedians owe a debt to this blue-collar giant of the prior generation. Go »

Elfriede Rinkel

This guard married a Jew, attended synagogue and contributed to Jewish charities. Go »

Googoosh

From her first album about a pair of windows, to her latest about being painted, she remains one of Iran's most popular voices. Go »

Elisabeth Moss

She stars in productions about powerful men, whether they force her to become a handmaiden, manipulate the nation's spending through advertising, run the country from a wing of the White House, or terrorize her with their power of invisibility. Go »

Jonathan Swift

This giant of satire couldn't be held down by a modest controversy over his proposal for Irish hunger. Go »

Method Man

This Venom star is not the red half of his colorful music and sitcom group. Go »

Kristen Schaal

She specializes in playing excitable girls, whether they're scheming against the family burger business, investigating the paranormal in their great-uncle's weird town, washed-up child stars coping with drug abuse, or just a plastic triceratops. Go »

DanTDM

His success at making Minecraft videos has earned him enough money to buy an actual diamond minecart. Go »

Steve Berry

This fruity author (and lawyer and politician) has written a best-selling annual series of novels about the action-filled adventures of a Danish book dealer. Go »

Jeannette Walls

People who live in glass houses should probably move somewhere more stable. Go »

Steve Carell

He's been on shows both daily and in the morning, but he's best known for working at an office job. Go »

Anthony Fauci

America's top infectious disease expect has his (frequently washed) hands full dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak, but he has plenty of government experience, having advised six presidents on HIV/AIDS and numerous other health crises. Go »

Coco Austin

This hip hop wife is almost as well known for her reality-TV marriage as her modeling career. She named her daughter after her own fashion designer namesake. Go »

Peter Max

This German-born artist exerted maximum influence over the movement called pop art. Go »

George Lazenby

This Australian former model made only 001 appearance as a famous spy. Go »

Matt Colvin

Tennessee's attorney general wants to sanitize the state of this price-gouger who tried to unload his brother's haul online. Go »

Henry VIII

Divorce, beheading, die, divorce, beheading, survive. Go »

James Edward Jordan

It would be a Lie to say he died of the Spanish Flu. Really, he was Rescued. Go »

Wolf Blitzer

This CNN anchor has a name like an action movie hero, but he spends most of his time in one room. Go »

Ned Kelly

If you really want to be a famous outlaw in a nation founded by criminals, you had better be bulletproof. Go »

Wilber Hardee

Soon after founding his eponymous fast food chain, he bet it away in a poker game. Go »

Matt Leacock

They say no man is an island, but you might feel like one if you're stuck at home with your family avoiding the coronavirus, playing his thematically-appropriate best-seller. Go »

Tony Hale

This actor, who hails from New York, specializes in playing weirdos in the White House, in a riches-to-rags California family, and in a child's toy chest. Go »

Brady Sluder

If he gets corona, he gets corona. Go »

Howie Mandel

This game show host from Canada is a comedian, actor, television host, and voice actor. The voice that is most well known is Bobby, but the banker calls this host to make a deal to tell the contestant how much they will win before getting out. Go »

Mahershala Ali

He starred in productions about a kind of light with two Os, a travel guide with two Os, and a number of people with two 0s. Go »

Lady Sovereign

Love her or hate her, this lady is just putting in a typical day at work. Go »

Joe Exotic

Who's the tiger king, asks a hit Netflix series about this animal-breeding, TV-starring, presidency-seeking, murder-plotting Oklahoman. Go »

Steven Brill

This lawyer and author loved the law so much that he turned a lawyer into a magazine and a court into television. Go »

Geena Davis

She has appeared on screen with a women's baseball team, a half-man half-fly, a ghost with the most, a Little mouse, and Louise. Go »

Michael Kors

This New York fashion designer is known for his clothes, accessories, footwear, and fragrances, of course. Go »

Ben Savage

When this boy met the world, his older brother Fred was already a successful child star. After appearing with him in a monstrous little movie, he went on to sitcom success of his own. Go »

Orson Bean

His many appearances on shows like To Tell the Truth and The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, as well as his acting in productions like Being John Malkovich, The Hobbit, and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, did not diminish his love for the theater. Go »

Julian Lennon

Hey, dude: Being the offspring of one of Britain's most beloved songwriters is bound to overshadow your own music career. Go »

Marissa Ribisi

While her twin brother enjoys some sneaky success in Hollywood to this day, she ended her grown-up acting career twenty years ago after projects about dazed confusion, pleasant villages, and truthful crime. Go »

Thomas Jane

On-screen, he has battled genetically-engineered sharks, Lovecraftian creatures emerging from a fog, Marvel's seedy criminal underworld, an alien hunter-predator, and Roger Maris. Go »

Crystal McKellar

Having a sister in the cast of The Wonder Years made it easy for this child actress to secure her breakout part in The Wonder Years. Go »

Henry Stern

The first millennial in California's state senate is proud to represent the district where so many famous television shows have been filmed. Go »

Tunch Ilkin

Would it offend you to get in line for a meal with this Pennsylvania sports star? Go »

Wes Anderson

His movies have taken a bottle rocket to a moonrise, ventured from Darjeeling to Budapest, and featured a fantastic fox and an island full of dogs. Go »

Brett Crozier

In the war against the coronavirus, the pen is mightier than the sword, or in this case, the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. Go »

Chuck Schumer

This Harvard graduate fights for his New York constituents as the Senate minority leader, but not as hard as he fights to get on TV or smile during inaugurations. Go »

Fanny Blankers-Koen

You don't win four gold medals by sitting on your tushie. Go »

Fran Drescher

This New York actress never had kids of her own, despite famously playing a New York nanny on TV. Go »

Todd Gurley

When you're a ram and running is what you do, it's hard to last long with so many leg injuries. Maybe taking flight as a falcon will be better? Go »

Paris Jackson

She's named for a city in Europe, but she's the offspring of America's biggest pop star. Go »

Dua Lipa

This British pop singer had a breakthrough in 2017 despite not giving a fuck about her career, but thanks to the coronavirus outbreak, she picked a bad time to start up again. Go »

Dorsa Derakhshani

What's happening inside the head of chess players is what should matter, not what's happening on top of them. Go »

Gaylord Nelson

Hopefully in another 50 years, we'll still have an Earth to recognize the way this Wisconsin senator and governor intended. Go »

Deborah Birx

This army colonel has become one of America's most important and visible disease fighters, particularly when it comes to responding to the coronavirus. Go »

Rin Tin Tin

One of Hollywood's biggest early stars, who almost won the first Oscar for Best Actor, was also one of its littlest in stature. Go »

Samuel Little

Becoming this prolific of a killer was no small task. Go »

Adrian Lamo

This late hacker had some fun, like embarrassing NBC during an interview, but he fell out hard with the hacking community when he outed a very famous Army whistleblower. Go »

Andre Maginot

His defensive line could not prevent the enemy from detouring through a forest. Go »

Lecrae

His record label is called Reach, and that he did: The top of the gospel music charts and Billboard 200 at once. Go »

Larry King

He's not a former CNN interviewer, and his band was not a punky child star. Who's the king? Go »

The Space Lady

This singer from a Colorado town is really out of this world. Go »

Tara Reade

Her very serious allegation against a presidential candidate is as grim as the song American Pie, and has created a Sharknado of political controversy. Go »

Chuck Wepner

His underdog story and near-triumph over boxing's greatest champion inspired one of the most inspirational sports movies ever. Go »

Tom Selleck

You may have to travel to Australia to find this stone cold, blue blooded, mustachioed magnum. Go »

David Acord

He's been nominated for two Oscars and an Emmy for his sound editing work for various Star Wars productions, but he really made his mark on the franchise as the voice of 2019's most popular and meme-ready breakout character. Go »

Miranda July

This writer-director, named for a different summer month, has the only film still scheduled for release in June, according to IMDb's Coming Soon page. Go »

Courteney Cox

Scream therapy helped her handle the transition from playing a twenty-something friend to a man-hungry cougar. Go »

Charlie Chaplin

One of Hollywood's early tramp-to-triumph success stories was nominated for the first Best Actor Oscar, but it wasn't until almost 50 years later that he won his only competitive Oscar for a 20-year-old movie. Go »

Gavin Newsom

This coastal governor resisted pressure to re-open the coast, even as his blue state turned red with anger at him. Go »

Halle Bailey

Disney stirred up a little controversy when it cast this half of a sister act in a prominent role. Go »

Sojourner Truth

This abolitionist would do anything for her kids: She escaped with her daughter from slavery, and helped her son escape through the courts, becoming the first black woman to sue a white man successfully in the United States. Go »

Samantha Bee

Since leaving a daily news comedy show to host her own nudity-implied series, she has demonstrated a reckless (or is it feckless?) disregard for manners. Go »

Little Richard

The architect of rock & roll will be missed. His influence and legacy are anything but little. Go »

Julianne Hough

This star dancer showed off her American talent in remakes about loose-footed greasers. Go »

Michael Tate Reed

Maybe this vehicular protester (motester?) just doesn't like enumerated commands. Go »

Judy Mikovits

Even in the midst of a pandemic, one little prick can still do so much damage. Go »

Scottie Pippen

If Michael Jordan is the greatest player of all time, then this teammate might be the greatest sidekick. Their partnership worked like a dream. Go »

Ali Farzat

During a civil war, they broke his body but not his spirit. Go »

Mark Mothersbaugh

Long before he made musik for rugrats, he fronted an 80s band that devolved into oddball new wave eccenticity (with energy-dome hats). Go »

Isaac Tigrett

He invented the first chain of theme restaurants, drawing on his love of rock & roll and blues for his eatery concepts. Go »

Ahmaud Arbery

Justice is better late than never for this man and the southern Georgia police department that didn't take his killing seriously. Go »

Emily St. John Mandel

She's currently getting a lot of praise for her new novel about hoteliers that shouldn't throw stones, but her 2014 novel about traveling actors feels much more appropriate for our current times. Go »

Bryan Cranston

The meth business in Albuquerque is nothing compared to raising 5 young boys in suburbia. Go »

Barbara Frum

After emigrating from the U.S., her adopted nation mourned her passing following an 18 year battle with leukemia. Go »

Eric Stoltz

This actor is best known for not appearing in two mid-80s roles: First he was buried under heavy makeup as Cher's son, then he was replaced by Michael J. Fox in what became a massive hit. Go »

Henry Darger

A Chicago cleaning man who becomes a celebrated writer of slave uprisings? That's not inside the margins. Go »

Saul Bellow

This Canadian writer made it rain (National Book Awards for Fiction) by embracing a philosophy of carpe diem. Go »

Jennifer Haller

If this Seattle mom develops any symptoms on her way to helping to eliminate the coronavirus outbreak, she'll be sure to give a holler. Go »

Blackbeard

For players who were recently confused about which legendary (and legendarily concerned with appearances) pirate was which, gold was not the new black. Go »

Hana Kimura

Reality TV went too far for this wrestler. Go »