Chris Lemler won this season on May 28, 2021. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (88 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (83 goos solved), Steve West (82 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (81 goos solved), Chris Lemler (78 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (72 goos solved), Erik Bates (69 goos solved), Samir Mehta (67 goos solved), Mike Eberhart (66 goos solved), Scott Hardie (7 goos solved), Dave Guthmann (6 goos solved), and Aaron Shurtleff (3 goos solved).

Kelly Marie Tran

Hyper-critical Star Wars fans drove her off of the Internet, but maybe she'll have the last laugh along with the last dragon. Go »

Kris Bryant

In high school, he gave up the title of salutatorian when he saw how badly a classmate wanted it. But in baseball, he did not give up the World Series when he saw how badly the Cleveland Indians wanted it. Go »

Erma Bombeck

Despite an annual salary of $1,000,000.00, this author refused to hire a maid, insisting it would hurt her ability to write. Go »

Natasha Lyonne

From a wee age, she's seen it all: from pastries to prison to déjà vécu. Go »

Dave Dahl

He went from eating "the loaf" to making some serious bread. Go »

Hunter Schafer

Trans activism gives her a more euphoric feeling than her day job as a fashion model. Go »

Shaggy

If this singer had an angel he would tell you sleeping with the girl next door wasn't him. Go »

John Mulaney

He graduated from Saturday Night Live writer to four-time host. As an actor, he's a spectacular ham, which may be why his eponymous sitcom failed. Go »

Brian Sicknick

He's the latest person to lie in honor at the U.S. Capitol, which also happened to be his workplace. Go »

Kathleen Kingsbury

After America's paper of record endorsed sending in troops to quell American protests, she was put in charge of preventing further controversy. Who's the king? Go »

Claressa Shields

T-Rex is a strange nickname for an athlete whose arms are so devastating. Go »

Katalin Karikó

This Hungarian biochemist has given a real shot in the arm to RNA science. She deserves a crown this year. Go »

David Mamet

On stage, his projects concerned ducks and buffaloes. On film, he covered homicides and heists. His most successful project spanned both media and concerned two Glens. Go »

Haruo Nakajima

His face may be unfamiliar, but he played the biggest role in Japanese history. Go »

Jean-Claude Van Damme

This Belgian martial artist was a damn popular action star in the 1990s with hits like Double Impact, Timecop, and Street Fighter. Go »

Gregory Maguire

Once upon a time, this writer turned public-domain fantasy and folklore into wickedly entertaining adult books, one of which was adapted into a Broadway mega-hit. Go »

Michael Keaton

He's been a Birdman, a Batman, a Beetlejuice, and a boyfriend of Barbie. Go »

Tahirah Johnson

A spinal cord injury couldn't kill this mockingbird or stop this wheelchair warrior from being beautiful. Go »

Emilie Livingston

Mrs. Goldblum, I presume? Go »

Dapper Dan

He's been helping Harlemites and hip hop stars dress more dapperly since 1974. Go »

Braxton Bragg

This general had little to boast about, achieving a series of losses in the Western theater of the war that likely caused the overall Confederate defeat, and he was despised by his troops and fellow officers. But today, one of the largest military bases in the world is named after him. Go »

Olivia Colman

She has been Anthony Hopkins's daughter, David Tennant's partner, Judi Dench's servant, Meryl Streep's daughter, and three of Britain's queens. Go »

Ma Rainey

The "Mother of the Blues," so named because she was one of the first blues artists to be recorded, toured the American South between the World Wars. Go »

Herman J. Mankiewicz

He's the screenwriter behind some of Hollywood's classics like Citizen Kane and The Wizard of Oz, not that he always got credit for his contributions. Go »

Fred Hampton

He rose to influence in a black party and founded a colorful coalition, but his assassination at merely 21 cut short a life full of promise to do much more. Go »

Billie Holiday

This lady sang the blues and a lot more, including "Pennies from Heaven," "Nice Work If You Can Get It," and "Strange Fruit." Go »

Jerry Rubin

One of the founding Yippies had a flair for the dramatic in his protests, one of which landed him on trial in Chicago, but he later became a successful stockbroker and nutritional drink marketer. Go »

Bob Wells

If you live in a vehicle, whether out of choice or necessity, you've probably turned to this author and YouTuber for advice, or attended one of his large gatherings of nomads. Go »

Mike Winkelmann

It's not every day that someone pays $69 million for a JPG file, but he's no ordinary artist. Go »

Yoko Ono

Oh no! Don't be surprised that this Japanese artist married a Beatle. Watching the wheels will put you on thin ice with this singer. Go »

Lucille Bogan

This uncouth non-Australian played dirty music while the cows were out and the pigs were wiggling. Go »

Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz

Skin is his canvas, milk is his paint, and momentum is his technique. Go »

Sam Patch

Hailed as America's first daredevil, he probably should have leaped on a day other than Friday the 13th. Go »

Mike Merrill

If you can snip enough shares of this stock, you could have a controlling interest in his life. Go »

Loni Anderson

She has been a Cincinnati radio station receptionist, a Miami nurse administrator, a San Francisco P.I. partner, and Mrs. Burt Reynolds. Go »

Brené Brown

This professor, lecturer, podcaster, and bestselling author has the courage to recognize imperfection as a gift. Go »

Jalen Suggs

His buzzer beater is already being called one of the greats of all time. Go »

Fran Lebowitz

This humorist and public speaker hasn't finished a book since 1994, but she remains one of New York City's most opinionated and distinctive voices. Go »

Jenna Karvunidis

She regrets the fad spawned by her viral blog post in 2008, both for the effect it has on gender-fluid children and for the dangerous stunts that have gotten party-goers killed. Go »

Emerald Fennell

She killed it in her TV showrunner job, and now her directing career has plenty of promise after an Oscar nomination for her first feature film. Go »

Crispus Attucks

Historians can't agree on his racial identity or his legal status, but they can acknowledge that the historical blood that he shed in Boston helped to make America what it is today. Go »

DMX

This rapper, who famously threw a party (up in here), always gave it to ya in every performance. What's his name? Go »

Gertrude Bell

This Oxford-educated archeologist traveled and documented the Middle East so extensively that Britain needed an opinion as clear as hers about how to establish Iraq. Go »

Steve Coogan

This British actor and comedian has taken trips around Europe, stayed overnight in a museum, been around the world in under three months, and has been a parole officer, police officer, and party person. Go »

Mike Ridenour

This victim was shot execution style when he refused to hand over any money or valuables. But, the worse part about this is that the killer escaped from state prison in California in 1986 and then murdered by a correctional officer in 1994. Go »

Andrew Rea

You can binge-watch this amateur chef and West Wing fan while he recreates dishes from film and television. Go »

Alice Braga

She followed her aunt Sônia into the film business, starring in sci-fi and horror films opposite Will Smith, Matt Damon, Jude Law, Adrien Brody, and Anthony Hopkins. Go »

Jon Voight

Being swallowed by a giant snake doesn't actually befit an Oscar winner. Go »

Steve Jackson

Kick down the door and guess this goo, and you may discover the potion of halitosis, which will be quite useful against the floating nose. Go »

Amy Grant

She is known for marrying Christian music with pop music, despite being married to a country musician. Go »

Hank Azaria

This actor has made a lot of television: You might have seen him in the primary casts of Herman's Head, If Not for You, Imagine That, Huff, Free Agents, or Brockmire, or in his acclaimed recurring roles in Friends, Mad About You, or Ray Donovan. But his most notable role by far is off-screen, in the voice cast of The Simpsons. Go »

Anderson .Paak

This artist so adores his native Los Angeles that he has named all four of his albums after cities in its metro area. Go »

Mark Adams

After killing Mike Ridenour, he escaped San Quentin for a time and was arrested in Puerto Rico. Go »

Maya Hawke

Having famous parents didn't make her a mainstream star overnight. A prominent role in Stranger Things did. Go »

Joe Rogan

This comedian and sports commentator has successfully transitioned his career from news radio to podcasting. Go »

Aldrich Ames

A few years after the Cold War ended, so did the treasonous espionage campaign by this CIA agent, whose lavish lifestyle eventually became too conspicuous to ignore. Go »

Kamaru Usman

This Nigerian champion will fight you in the octagon of your nightmares. Go »

Haystacks Calhoun

He got his nickname by tossing around hay on a farm, but few of his fellow wrestlers could toss him around, since he weighed 600 pounds. Go »

Noel Fielding

This always fashionable British comic is known for big hair, Boosh, and bake offs. Go »

Alex Smith

This accomplished quarterback earned positive feedback for his dramatic comeback from a life-threatening setback that gave Joe Theismann flashbacks. Go »

Ashley Graham

This model and TED talker has been the biggest thing in body positivity since she first appeared on the covers of Vogue and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Go »

Naomi Parker

What's a woozle? Ask this former factory worker, whose iconic pose became wartime inspiration and was credited to the wrong model until 2015, including a previous celebrity goo in 2014. (Be careful! Only guesses for the right name will count. You can do it!) Go »

George Gill Green

This medical huckster was successful enough to buy his own hotel. Go »

Joel Hodgson

An early career as a prop comic prepared him for his most famous role, trapped on a satellite with his homemade "robot friends" and riffing bad movies together. Go »

Johnny Oduya

Den här svenskan tror inte att du kommer att få den här rätten. åh! Tror du att du kommer att vinna som han gjorde två gånger i Chicago? Go »

John le Carré

A nursery rhyme inspired the title of this British author's smiling spy novel. Go »

Mary Todd Lincoln

This Midwestern first lady nearly married her husband's famous debate partner instead. Go »

Vera Farmiga

After adopting horror as a genre, this actress conjured up success in iconic parts like Mrs. Bates. Go »

Lionel Richie

Hello! It is him you're looking for? Truly, you could stay up all night long looking for the answer, so don't get stuck on him. Go »

Aaron Sorkin

He has written for fast-talking, fast-walking presidents Martin Sheen and Michael Douglas, with forays into TV sports, TV news, sketch comedy, and social media. Go »

Mother Teresa

She was born in what was then the Ottoman Empire, and spent her life serving the poor and orphaned and diseased of what was then Calcutta. Go »

H.H. Holmes

Guests were happy to check into this con-man's Chicago hotel, but the check-out process was murder. Go »

Marcus Krüger

This Swedish-born center now plays in Switzerland, but he did manage to win two Stanley Cups for Chicago in 2013 and 2015. Go »

MrBeast

Despite being one of YouTube's biggest successes (so much so that they call him by a personal title), he gives away such enormous amounts of cash that his channel operates at a loss. Go »

Stacey Abrams

This lawyer and politician turned Georgia blue for Biden, though she didn't accomplish it in her own gubernatorial campaign in 2018. Go »

Poppy

If you need the answer to this goo, find the video where this robotic performance artist and singer (her music is like pop) tells you her name over and over again. Go »

Elmer McCurdy

How did this man's real corpse wind up in a Long Beach amusement-park scare ride? That turned out to be the six million dollar question, involving a whole lot of nickels. Go »

Françoise d'Aubigné

Let me get this straight. I married the King but I can't be Queen? That's going to be a hard secret to maintain. Go »

Joe Louis

The longest reign as world heavyweight champion was by this Alabama-born boxer, who bombed his German opponent before WWII got underway. Go »

Mikki Padilla

This model's role is a blackjack dealer. The circle of life for this actress is young and restless. Go »

Steve Gibson

After spinning up, security is his serenity, now. Go »

Estelle Getty

Picture it: Hollywood, 1985. This actress puts on old-age makeup to play Bea Arthur's mother in a sitcom pilot, despite her being younger than Bea Arthur. She's so funny, they make her a regular. The show becomes a hit, but she's typecast as an elderly woman for the rest of her career. Go »

Maya Moore

She gave up on a winning basketball career to focus on something more profound, criminal justice reform. Then she surprised the world by doing something even more profound, marrying the man that she helped to free from prison. Go »

Kathryn Hahn

She appeared with bad moms and a trans parent, but she wanted to be a Marvel super-villain all along. Go »

Sean Evans

This YouTuber is no chicken when it comes to putting his interview subjects in the hot seat. Go »

Pope Formosus

This pope's allegiances were so controversial that his enemies convened a trial and refused to move on even after he had. Go »

Naomi Mata’afa

She was all set to become her Pacific island nation's first female leader, until her predecessor literally locked her out of government. Go »

Whitney Wolfe Herd

Wolves are usually called a pack, not a herd, and you'll need to make more interesting small talk than that if you want to make a connection on one of this billionaire entrepreneur's dating apps. Go »

Mike Lindell

This entrepreneur is convinced that the 2020 election was fraudulent, and he's not about to sleep on it. Go »

Easton Corbin

Somebody's gotta be a little more country than this Florida native, who can't love you back even though it's fun. Go »