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Players this season: Samir Mehta (34 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (30 goos solved), Erik Bates (28 goos solved), Russ Wilhelm (28 goos solved), Chris Lemler (26 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (24 goos solved), Steve West (23 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (7 goos solved), Scott Hardie (4 goos solved), and Matthew Preston (1 goo solved).

Richard III

This transitional British monarch was found below his own initial in a modern parking lot. Go »

Danny McBride

This funnyman has flown in the air to the tropics and taken the express train far eastbound in pursuit of vice. Go »

Lauren Morelli

She didn't just realize that she was gay when writing love scenes for Netflix. She fell in love with one of the actresses. Go »

John le Carré

He wasn't a tinker or a tailor or a soldier, but he really was a spy. Go »

Adam Lanza

This Connecticuter decided to go on a killing spree first the mother and then 28 people in a grade school. Go »

Peter O'Toole

He wasn't of Venice, or La Mancha, or Arabia, but his characters were. Go »

John K. Hanson

He started a business that took recreational travelers a long way from the Iowa county that inspired the name of the company and product. Go »

Yvette Nicole Brown

This undead superfan is the mother of a community executive. Go »

Elizabeth Gibson

In NYC, one man's trash... Go »

Brad Culpepper

This native Floridian survived plenty of trials as a Gator and Buccaneer. Now, everyone in Tampa looks up to him as he faces a different kind. Go »

Michael Schur

He went from wanting to fire a former member of the Big Red Machine from his commentary to creating groundbreaking sitcoms. Tremendous. Go »

Mabel King

She was a sitcom mama and a stage witch. Who's the king? Go »

George Floyd

A social movement has had new life breathed into it because he couldn't. Go »

Ray Lamb

This former pitcher wore a lot of uniforms in his career, two of which were retired by Los Angeles, one before him and another after. Go »

John Candy

One of Hollywood's sweetest stars was as at home (alone) in heavy makeup in SpaceBalls as he was making a splash in his most beloved role in Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Go »

Rebekah Jones

How many Floridians are dying of COVID-19? The state doesn't want this fired data scientist telling you differently than they do. Go »

Steven Mnuchin

How many other cabinet members have produced DC and Lego movies? Go »

Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Her BBC shows sound like they're about a worthless dog and the night before a murder, and she portrayed one of the most LEET robots in the Star Wars canon. Go »

Susan Bennett

If you search for help with this goo using Apple products, this might be the first time where you can hear the answer in the celebrity's own voice. Go »

Gordon Granger

The Lone Star state was the last to enforce freedom, after his general order that has been celebrated ever since. Go »

Belita Moreno

This Texan-born actress played the role of a mother of a son who owns a factory, a waitress, a woman in a retirement home, and if you can't remember this then you might remember my name if you find the answer. Go »

Jason Brennan

This DC-based professor would prefer an epistocracy in which most voters have a civic duty *not* to vote. Go »

Alex Blumberg

Hopefully, your reply to this goo will bloom into a "yes, yes, yes", and we can all go out for drinks after. Go »

Joseph Pujol

Many people make a living cutting cheese but this performer was an artiste. Go »

Aaron Eckhart

He was the white knight in The Dark Knight, he was one of the men in In the Company of Men, and he was the I in I, Frankenstein. Go »

Madison Cawthorn

This 24-year-old motivational speaker has a lot to motivational speak about: Becoming paraplegic before he could enter the U.S. Naval Academy, being millions of dollars in debt as a teenager, and now, all but certainly becoming a U.S. representative from North Carolina. Go »

Neil Gorsuch

He's no Merrick Garland, but based on a recent ruling, he might be no Antonin Scalia either. Go »

Suzanne Vega

This left-leaning folk artist wrote a song about Jerry Seinfeld's favorite restaurant, and became the first artist in the mp3 format. Go »