Chris Lemler won this season on February 26, 2020. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (88 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (86 goos solved), Chris Lemler (85 goos solved, a perfect score), LaVonne Lemler (84 goos solved), Samir Mehta (84 goos solved), Steve West (82 goos solved), Erik Bates (76 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (72 goos solved), Ruth Cichoski (17 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (14 goos solved), Alexis Andino (14 goos solved), and Scott Hardie (13 goos solved).

Patrick Nagel

His artistic obsession with pure-white women drawn in a Japanese style dominated the 1980s, particularly after commissioned works by Duran Duran and Playboy. Go »

Fannie Lou Hamer

This Mississippian's voter advocacy made her a target of racists and police throughout the 1960s, particularly during her Freedom Summer. Go »

Casimir Pulaski

This Polish general revolutionized the military use of cavalry and led troops in the American Revolutionary War. A 2019 study of his remains may have discovered something revolutionary about his gender. Go »

Samuel

This prophet and king-maker who heard the call of God is venerated by the Abrahamic religions. Go »

Charli D'Amelio

She danced her way to viral fame and made it a family business, and just set a record as the first influencer to have 100 million followers on her platform of choice. Go »

Sarah Fuller

The glass ceiling isn't going to shatter itself. Sometimes it needs a powerful kick or five. Go »

Priyanka Chopra

This former Miss World hit it big in Bollywood before coming to the United States to star as an FBI agent who becomes suspected of terrorism and a rich businesswoman whose plans are thwarted by red-clad lifeguards. Go »

Shirley Curry

This grandma lives in Ohio, but she has spent much of the last five years visiting Skyrim, for an audience of hundreds of thousands of grandkids. Go »

Greg Kelly

This former Fox friend is now maxing out his influence as the nightly prime-time host on a new news network. Go »

Bad Bunny

Being mad about having to wear a rabbit costume for school stuck this chart-topping Puerto Rican rapper with the nickname that became his stage name. Go »

Rupi Kaur

She went from India to Canada, and later from Instagram to a series of best-selling books of poetry about sunflowers and homebodies. Go »

Allison Janney

Hollywood typecasts actresses her age with Mom roles, but she's been a spokesperson for the Bartlett White House and a friend to sex researcher William Masters. Go »

George Spahn

Although this rancher did not commit the crime, his home was where the infamously squeaky plot was hatched. Go »

John DiMaggio

This actor, voice actor, and comedian is known for his work as Bender from the television show Futurama, Jake the Dog on Adventure Time, and Marcus Fenix in the hit Xbox video game Gears of War. Go »

Yolanda Saldívar

There wasn't a bigger fan than her -- she was literally the president of the fan club -- but a confrontation over embezzlement turned violent, and now she'll always be associated with her beloved Tejano singer in the worst way. Go »

Oskar Schindler

He is the only former Nazi to be buried on Mount Zion in Jerusalem, thanks to a list of workers at his factory. Go »

Rob Schmitt

First he was a friend of Fox. Now he's taking his news commentary to the max elsewhere. Go »

Phyllis Schlafly

Although she took her husband's name and famously said she cancelled speeches when he wanted her home, her tireless political activism, particularly against the Equal Rights Amendment, meant that her real marriage partner was America. Go »

Rund Abdelfatah

Can you get her through this line of popular talks and building things on the radio? Go »

Manny Ramirez

This Dominican outfielder has dominated the sport of baseball around the world and is now wearing his third color of socks. Go »

Matt Nelson

This is today's goo. He shares lots of pictures of goodest boys and girls. 13/10 would boop. Go »

Sandra Lindsay

A week ago, this nurse was first in line and became the envy of hundreds of millions of her fellow Americans. Go »

Mookie Wilson

He never met a fan who didn't fondly remember his ground ball in extra innings. Go »

Misty Copeland

The first African-American ballerina in her theater company was also the first to point out that a centuries-old Russian ballet should no longer feature blackface. Go »

Tiffany Haddish

She's known for taking a trip with her girls, for being the final O.G., and for voicing a toucan who is friends with a birdie. Go »

Jonah Hauer-King

Disney must have paid a princely sum to hire this actor fresh off his roles in A Dog's Way Home and Ashes in the Snow. Who's the king? Go »

Harry Shoup

American children have been able to call Santa Claus and even track him on military radar thanks to this colonel's quick thinking to seize upon a holiday-season typo. Go »

Jack Parsons

A pioneer of rocket science, this loon was head of a cult church and had his money and girlfriend stolen by a Scientologist bigwig. Go »

Caroll Spinney

This cartoonist lived on Sesame Street and played Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. It put a big spin on things when he wrote the book The Wisdom of Big Bird. Go »

Harold Bornstein

Being the private physician of a world leader must have been exciting while it lasted, but a lot of jokes were born the day he reported that his patient's health was extraordinary and astonishingly excellent, and that he'd be the healthiest individual ever elected to this office. Go »

Jon Dough

If I was one of the top pornographic actors of the 90s, I'd want to have the most anonymous name possible too. Go »

Saweetie

This rapping cousin has been called icy, high-maintenance, and a bitch. But if you take another look at her, she's also pretty. Go »

Dolly Parton

She's a best-selling country singer and songwriter, a movie star, a philanthropist, a theme park owner, a movie and TV producer, a cookbook author, a dinner-show operator, a National Medal of Arts recipient, a sheep's namesake, a Playboy cover model, and recently, a vaccine funder. Go »

Eero Saarinen

In addition to his flights of fancy, this architect designed (but never saw) the world's largest man-made non-parabola. Go »

Johns Hopkins

This Quaker made a fortune in retail (with the recently-discovered work of slaves), but you know his name if you've ever been to one of the hospitals, universities, medical schools, or nursing schools that bear his name because of his endowments. Go »

Bobby Rush

This unhurried Chicago Congressman and Black Panther is the only person to defeat Barack Obama in an election. Go »

Timothée Chalamet

One of the youngest-ever Best Actor Oscar nominees is a prodigal son of French descent. Go »

Russell Wilson

This quarterback plays football, not volleyball. Go »

Jesse Eisenberg

His films have concerned Facebook, zombies, stage magic, divorce, the CIA, a theme park, and Superman. Go »

Guy Menzies

Ninety years ago, he crossed the Tasman Sea and proved that even a crash landing is still enough to qualify a flight for the record books. Go »

Josh Hawley

Missouri's junior senator, born on the brink of the 80s, was the first to announce his objection to certifying Joe Biden's electoral victory. Go »

Patty Jenkins

She made a killing after a movie about a killer, making wonderful movies about a particular woman. Go »

Carlos Camejo

Before using a scalpel, it's probably a good idea to be sure the corpse is a corpse, of course. Go »

Jedd Gyorko

This second/shortstop, who has played for San Diego, St. Louis, Los Angeles, and Milwaukee, is now a Padre to 3 little jerks running around his house and not the baseball field. Go »

Don Cheadle

This actor has been an endangered hotelier in Rwanda, a explosive thief in Las Vegas, and an armored hero in the MCU. Go »

JC Chasez

He's not the only former Mickey Mouse Club member to join *NSYNC, but he is the only one who later got a job judging dance crews. Go »

David Schwimmer

In the opening credits to his sitcom, while his co-stars frolicked around water, he submerged himself, in what could have been a play on his last name. Go »

Julia Quinn

She gave up on a career in medicine to focus on writing historical romance novels with anachronistically feminist heroines, and now she has a hit TV adaptation thanks to Shonda Rhimes and Netflix. Go »

Tony Schwartz

A master of the art of the ghostwritten business book, since 2016 he has focused on the art of the criticism of the credited co-author. Go »

Erik Bates

This Jersey Boy replacement is not a member of this site. Go »

Vince Gill

He left behind the Prairie to focus on the things that matter, and with one more last chance, he might finally succeed in trying to get over it. Go »

Brad Raffensperger

Georgia's secretary of state ordinarily doesn't make the news for overseeing an election or taking a call from a president, but 2021 has not been an ordinary year so far. Go »

Tim Russert

Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, if you met the press, that meant meeting this guy. Go »

Olivia Rodrigo

She stars in a musical series about the level of school that she's actually attending, and has a hit single about the legal document that she's now old enough to get. Go »

Amanda Gorman

This young poet has been given graduation advice by Oprah Winfrey and an inaugural invitation by Jill Biden. Go »

Fay Wray

One of Hollywood's earliest "scream queens" is remembered for one of the biggest height differences between her and her co-lead in film history. Go »

Alexei Navalny

This anti-corruption activist may be the man most feared by Vladimir Putin. Not even poison seems to stop him. Go »

William Mumler

His most famous photograph was the dead husband of a desperate, perhaps gullible, First Lady. Go »

Danielle Steel

This author would never try to steal any ideas unless the award was getting into the Guinness Book of World Records for having a book in New York Times Bestseller List for 381 consecutive weeks. Go »

Sean Bean

After meeting inglorious ends in Game of Thrones, James Bond films, Jack Ryan films, the Lord of the Rings films, and many others, he announced in 2019 that he would stop dying for his art. Go »

Daniel Berrigan

It's not every day that a priest makes the FBI's most wanted list for using homemade napalm to advocate for peace. Go »

Doja Cat

Her 2014 debut EP sounded like she was a cat, but one of her 2018 singles sounded like she was a cow. Go »

Piers Morgan

This British journalist transitioned from being one of the world's most unpopular newspaper editors, in part for a phone hacking scandal, to being one of the world's most unpopular TV presenters, pleased to have generated the most complaints of any host. Go »

John Locke

This English philosopher is known for developing the theory of empiricism and connecting consciousness to the notion of self, not for getting lost on a mysterious tropical island with his wheelchair after a plane crash. Go »

Syd Barrett

Pink Floyd's original frontman shocked legions of fans when he was fired for the band for schizophrenic illness, a topic that might make for an interesting show set in the world of the X-Men. Go »

Art Bell

This paranormal investigator spent years shining a light into the blackest shadows of supernatural mysteries on his bicoastal AM show, which would have made him the right man to look into a case of identical cloned orphans. Go »

Harry S. Truman

Being the president of the United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s was a far more important elected office to hold than, say, being sheriff of a very strange valley town in Washington state roiled by a teenager's murder. Go »

Albert Einstein

This physicist so profoundly advanced our understanding of the universe that it's possible to imagine aliens someday visiting our nation. Go »

Robert Singer

Television science fiction shows as divergent as Timecop, Smallville, V, and Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman have this man in common, so eventually the writers of another of his shows about supernatural phenomena decided to honor him by naming a character after him. Go »

Michelangelo

As beloved by children as it was, a cartoon about anthropomorphic turtles who practice ninjitsu in sewers was not exactly timeless art on par with, say, the statue of David or the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Go »

David Hume

This Scottish philosopher believed that our idea of self derived entirely from our lived experience, for example the experience of your partner being killed by rogue androids and your captain assigning you an advanced android as your new partner. Go »

Larry Bird

This three-time champion athlete was known for his demeaning trash talk on the court, not the sort of person you'd want as a neighbor even if you lived in Boston. Go »

John F. Kennedy

His assassination in November 1963 birthed many conspiracy theories about lone gunmen, and one lone gunman was literally birthed on the same day. Go »

Paul Stamets

This mycologist's input as a consultant was so invaluable to TV writers that wanted their ship to exceed warp speed by traversing an interstellar mycelial network that they named an astromycologist after him in gratitude. Go »

Beth Schwartz

It must have been strange for this writer and producer to take over showrunning duties on a comic-book superhero show that had already named a fictional doctor after her. Go »

Alfred Bester

One of the most acclaimed science-fiction shows of the 1990s cast an actor from one of the most popular science-fiction shows of the 1960s to play a character named for one of the best-regarded science-fiction writers of the 1950s. Go »

Mikhail Bakunin

This Russian anarchist lost his membership in a labor association when Karl Marx accused him of forging secret alliances, but at least he didn't lose an eye. Go »

John Zacherle

After several characters in TV Westerns, this ghoulish host featured severed heads dripping blood made of chocolate syrup. Go »

Royston Langdon

Meanwhile, this galactic swine was married to a half-elvish maiden. Go »

Tessica Brown

When you want your hair to stay in place, choose your product carefully. Go »

Keith Gill

There really is deep fucking value in knowing how short squeezes work, especially if it can't be stopped like some game. Go »

Martin Starr

Oh joy! Getting knocked up by this actor could be really bad, but the good thing about this is that he shines and sparkles in the sky. Go »

Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah

He ruled for three days and zero hours. Go »

Big Pun

This Bronx-based rapper hit it big, earning a lot of capital with a phat collaborator, but unlike his legend, he died. Go »

Eva Mendes

She has starred in several movies each with Will Ferrell, Dwayne Johnson, Samuel L. Jackson, and Mark Wahlberg, including all of them in the same movie. Go »

Pedro Pascal

He appeared in three different versions of Law & Order and two different versions of Wonder Woman. Go »

Claudia Conway

With a mother serving in the Trump administration, and a father founding the Lincoln Project to oppose Trump, it's no wonder that this teenager's dramatic home life fueled TikTok videos and online controversy. Go »

Hozier

Despite asking for transportation to church, this Irish singer is agnostic. Go »

Chris Godwin

This wide receiver has received plenty of praise in his four NFL seasons. Winning is in his name. Go »

Jasmine Harrison

It's not the fastest way to cross hemispheres, but for one young athlete, it did lead to a brand new world record. Go »

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