Chris Lemler won this season on August 27, 2021. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (89 goos solved), Chris Lemler (81 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (79 goos solved), Steve West (77 goos solved), Mike Eberhart (74 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (72 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (70 goos solved), Erik Bates (50 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (19 goos solved), Scott Hardie (10 goos solved), and Samir Mehta (4 goos solved).

Jovian

This TV performer from North Carolina by way of Jupiter became a breakout star of Canadian children's television, playing a lemur who had the magical ability to turn into a hand puppet when the show wanted him to talk. Go »

Viola Fletcher

A century ago, a mob deputized by city officials destroyed a thriving Black community, killing hundreds and displacing thousands. Two weeks ago, this woman, the oldest of three survivors to testify about it to Congress, asked her country to acknowledge what happened. Go »

Abe Reles

This canary could sing but couldn't fly. Go »

Larry Walters

This California trucker always wanted to fly, so he got himself a lawnchair and some weather balloons and a pellet gun and took flight into extreme aviation history. Go »

Ahmet Zappa

This Californian is the son of a famous singer. He always answers his own question and that is, can they still sing? But, the zap is, the odd life of Tim Green was electrifying. Go »

John Rutledge

The Associate resigned, having heard no cases. The Chief attempted suicide, having heard two cases. Go »

Kenneth Copeland

His televised sermons help his parishioners cope with fears like COVID-19, although he has been criticized for living a Texas-sized lifestyle on their donations. Go »

Max Verstappen

You won't find a faster Bull on the planet. Go »

Cristeta Comerford

The way to a president's heart is through his stomach, judging from the way her food kept her retained by Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and Joe Biden. Go »

Temuera Morrison

This actor has embodied daddy issues in pop culture, from Boba Fett to Aquaman to Moana. Go »

Margo Martindale

This esteemed character actress was completely justified in winning three Emmys, according to her American fans. Go »

Danny Duncan

The biggest prank that this Florida native pulled on YouTube might have been convincing millions of virgins to buy a shirt. Go »

Richard Oakes

His occupation of Alcatraz by several hundred Native Americans ended 50 years ago today and changed both federal policy and Native activism, though he didn't live long afterwards to see its effects. Go »

Matt LeBlanc

There's always that one friend who's the last one to leave a gathering, in his case by sticking around two more years for the spin-off Joey. Go »

Amanda Kloots

Her grief led her to Instagram fame, a daytime talk show job, and a published memoir, but she'd give it all up not to have lost her husband to COVID-19. Go »

Akiyuki Nosaka

He was so shaped by the horrors of WWII, particularly the loss of his sister after their city was firebombed, that he wrote acclaimed children's stories that used fireflies and seaweed as metaphors for war. Go »

Kevin Jonas

The oldest of the famous trio of brothers is the least trapped by fame: He's the only one not to release a solo album and not to marry a movie star, and after the band broke up, he spent his time and money becoming an entrepreneur. Go »

John Montagu

This 18th-century nobleman held many offices in the British government and navy, but he's best remembered for developing a way to eat a meal that's the best thing since sliced bread. Go »

Kristen Marie Griest

Plenty of soldiers graduate from Army Ranger School and go on to become infantry officers, but this captain was a notable first in 2015 and 2016. Go »

Doc Rivers

He was an all-star with Atlanta in 1988, a coach of the year with Orlando in 2000, and a champion with Boston in 2008, but he's never been a team doctor. Go »

Jair Bolsonaro

The knife blade of an assassin couldn't stop this political veteran from being elected to the highest office in his heavily rainforested land. Go »

Sexy Vegan

Dragged off the set of Dr. Phil by security guards. Arrested for sexually assaulting his dog online. Tattooing his new legal name onto his face and chest. Running for president in 2020 as the longest of long shots. This guy can't stop being different no matter how you judge him. Go »

Kathie Lee Gifford

This live TV host is no longer on the air today, but you may remember her associations with Hoda Kotb, Regis Philbin, and Frank Gifford. Go »

Benoit Mandelbrot

His influence on fractal geometry is immense, including coining the term itself, and it even affected how celebrity goo images are generated by algorithm. Go »

Camila Mendes

She's from Brazil by way of Virginia, and she works in Hollywood by way of Riverdale. Go »

MacKenzie Scott

Unlike the characters tested in her novels, she escaped the trap of unhappiness, in her case a marriage to one of the world's richest men, recently making her one of the world's richest women and most prominent philanthropists. Go »

Valery Legasov

Don't go nuclear trying to figure out who this commission leader was. Go »

Adam West

Usually you hear birds fly south for the winter, but oh man this bat flies west when there's danger. Go »

Emily Davison

This derby crasher was trampled by a royal's horse. Go »

Stewart Brand

He turned a photo of a planet into a whole brand for his ideas about how humans ought to live in peace with each other and the environment. Go »

Bull Connor

The violence perpetrated by this Birmingham city official against civil rights protesters, including children, helped lead to passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Go »

Kirk Franklin

He left his family to live in a new country, but don't worry, there's no chance of him abandoning his religious beliefs. Go »

John McAfee

He protects your computer from viruses even after death, but he couldn't protect his many other businesses from going under, or protect himself from charges of murder and tax evasion. Go »

Stanley Milgram

This professor of social psychology is most famous for the shocking experiment that bore his name, but he also conducted experiments that led to the scientific understanding of six degrees of separation. Go »

Jameela Jamil

If you were to make some kind of official chart of her TV career progress, it would go from good to miserable to legendary. Go »

Ben Curtis

In the early 2000s, this enthusiastic commercial pitchman made many people aware of Dell. Go »

Courtney Wilson

If you want to marry on land, get permission, unlike this groom who staged a wedding at a stranger's Florida mansion without realizing that someone was home. Go »

Julia Stiles

According to Scott Hardie's thoroughly negative review, this actress's 2005 movie went south as soon as Shirley MacLaine started playing her wacky grandmother. Go »

Henry David Thoreau

He didn't live in Pennsylvania, but he did use pencils to write about his famous two-year residence on a pond, pencils that were likely provided by his father, a professional pencil-maker. Go »

Esther Williams

A hotel swimming pool is named for this competitive swimmer and actress where she played for keeps, on a road-less island (which technically has roads but you cannot drive on them). Go »

CeeLo Green

The first single released from this Southern singer's femicidal third album was a tribute to his native state. Go »

Peter Cancro

He's not the eponymous Mike, but he did take over a struggling sandwich restaurant as a teenager and turn it into a 2000-location franchise. Go »

Fabiana Udenio

This Italian actress is known for her roles Alotta Fagina, the daughter of a World War II Resistance fighter, and an Italian foreign-exchange student. Go »

Jared Harris

By George! Don't go mad and have a meltdown trying to outwit a world-famous detective! Go »

Lando Norris

If this was sci-fi, his other car would be the Millennium Falcon. Go »

Little Crow

He led his tribe in a war against the United States ultimately ending in the largest mass execution in U.S history. Go »

Forest Whitaker

He's played a White House butler, a Wakandan elder statesman, and a Clone Wars veteran, all with a distinctive eye for a good part. Go »

Owen King

He slept longer on starting a writing career than his father, mother, and brother. Who's the king? Go »

Amber Ruffin

When this late-night writer found out that she was going to become a late-night host on the same stage, she was like, "What?" Go »

Harald Bluetooth

This Danish king united his tribes, and in a way, he also united the wireless devices in your home. Go »

Bronson Pinchot

He's been a snobby art gallery worker in Beverly Hills, a villainous high school principal in Greenvale, and a prank enthusiast in Metropolis, but he'll always be best known as the wide-eyed, good-hearted immigrant cousin from Mypos. Go »

Anya Taylor-Joy

She was the queen of horror movies until she split in order to do some even darker material about radioactive mutants. Go »

Richard Dean Anderson

He spent five years as a doctor in general, then nine years as a secret agent who improvised scientific solutions using mundane materials, then eleven years traveling the stars through a gate-like alien device. Go »

Eric Liddell

This Scottish athlete burned out decades ago, but he is remembered for the running that he did, and didn't do, in Paris. Go »

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Call him the Greek Freek, or call him "the crown has returned from overseas," or call him by his last name if you can pronounce it. Just don't forget to call him NBA champion, along with the rest of his team as of this week. Go »

Andy Grammer

He keeps assuring you that he's fine, he's good, he's yours, and meanwhile you're thinking that he's missing a conjunction and overusing the present participle. Go »

Jungkook

He's the youngest and most popular member of his young and popular K-pop band, but he's still with them. Go »

Celine Tam

This kid is nicknamed after a female pop singer from Canada. You can't always expect your heart to go on forever unless you go to Hong Kong and hear this girl sing. Go »

I.M. Pei

yes he was Go »

Ann M. Martin

Her popular books babysat a lot of 80s kids. Go »

Evan Lattimer

She inherited the God of Clay's junk. Go »

Petra László

It's a hard trip fleeing Middle Eastern conflict for safety in central Europe, so you don't expect another one after you get there. Go »

Malcolm McDowell

He's been a criminal with his eyes wide open, a space villain to two generations, an emperor given the boot by his own guards, and a utility owner beset by a tank. Go »

Rayssa Leal

A little bit of fairy dust helped to propel her from Internet fame to winning a silver medal as Brazil's youngest ever Olympian. Go »

Hidilyn Diaz

It's not a big lift to imagine a popular welcome home for this Air Force officer after she became the first Filipino to win a competitive gold medal. Go »

Yoshirō Mori

History repeats itself: Twenty years before he quit as head of the organizing committee for the Olympics because of sexist comments, he was forced to resign as prime minister of Japan after a series of tone-deaf and offensive comments. Go »

Eliud Kipchoge

This Kenyan runner is heavily favored to win the marathon competition on the final day of the Olympics, given that he's the only person in the world known to have completed a marathon in under two hours. Go »

Carissa Moore

Hawaii is the birthplace of modern surfing, so it's no surprise that a native daughter won the sport's first Olympic gold medal. Go »

Caeleb Dressel

Growing up in a peninsular state may have helped him become a giant in his sport. Go »

Nobuo Uematsu

One of Japan's most popular composers long ago wrote his final soundtrack for a famous game series, but it remains so iconic that its victory theme and main theme were played at the opening ceremony of the 2020 Olympics. Go »

Bo Burnham

He stayed busy during the pandemic by using his inside voice to record a new comedy special. Go »

Milton Bradley

In his version of The Game of Life, this outfielder took several Twister-like wrong turns with anger management and physical assault, according to someone named Simon. Go »

Dorothy Dietrich

She may be an accomplished escapologist in her own right, performing a bullet catch and a suspended straitjacket escape, but she won't escape the legacy of Houdini before her: Holding seances in his tradition, performing at his museum, debunking frauds as he did, maintaining his grave site, restoring his lost film, and even designing a board game about him. Go »

Sarah Emma Edmonds

Let me be frank: This Canadian medic's sexy war memoir is a thrilling adventure. Go »

Aaron Judge

You may not want to judge this New Yorker, who was drafted as an outfielder in 2013. 99 is who I want on my team. Go »

Martha O'Donovan

Call an African strongman a Halloweeny name and you'll get arrested. Go »

Dan Emmett

His song became synonymous with the South, and his acting troupe synonymous with racism. Go »

Molly Yeh

Did this girl grow up on a farm, or on a range? Yeah. Go »

Lewis Hamilton

A "Knight" of the round circuit. Go »

Tyler Henry

Is he called the Hollywood Medium because he alternates between hot reading and cold reading? At least one guest wasn't thicke for believing in him. Go »

Jameis Winston

From one Gulf Coast city to another, this quarterback has proven from the start that he can throw the ball to anyone, including the other team. Go »

James Charles

The brand didn't rename itself Coverboy no matter how many of his sisters bought the product. Go »

Lindsey Graham

This South Carolinian's career in Congress has been defined by his complicated relationships with Donald Trump, John McCain, Bill Clinton, and Strom Thurmond. Go »

Ruby Bridges

This civil rights activist has been trying to bridge the racial divide in America ever since the incident in her life that was immortalized by Norman Rockwell. Go »

Mike Richards

Alex Trebek became a TV institution by hosting Jeopardy! for 37 years. The guy who lasted one week should prove somewhat easier to replace. Go »

Martin Yan

Four decades of hosting a Chinese-American cooking show on public television have proven that, yes, indeed, he can. Go »

St. Vincent

Since breaking up with Sufjan Stevens, she sang about acting and played herself in a documentary that wasn't one. Go »

Virginia Oliver

After nearly a century of lobster fishing, this Mainer may have felt like she could handle any hazard of the job, but she probably didn't anticipate viral fame. Go »

Champ Clark

This champion speaker was denied his prize after his opponent received the support of a Pope. Go »

Gary Wright

For this singer from New Jersey, it's all about his singing career being on cloud nine. But the heartbeat of his songs bring something very special to you. Go »