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Players this season: Chris Lemler (26 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (26 goos solved), Russ Wilhelm (26 goos solved), Samir Mehta (26 goos solved), Aaron Shurtleff (25 goos solved), Matthew Preston (25 goos solved), Steve West (24 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (23 goos solved), Erik Bates (23 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (22 goos solved), and Scott Hardie (3 goos solved).

Horace Gray

You say "tomayto" and I say "tomahto." However pronounced, the ruling opinion of this Supreme Court justice says it's a vegetable. Go »

Jim Belushi

He succeeded his deceased brother on Saturday Night Live but found greater success in a 2000s sitcom, according to him. Go »

Macaulay Culkin

He enjoyed so much success playing Kevin McCallister that it required no stretch of imagination to cast him as Richie Rich. Go »

Halston

This Studio 54 regular first came to national attention when designing a pillbox hat worn by someone becoming the first lady. Go »

Billy Tyne

Thirty years ago, this George Clooney lookalike took his boat to go fishing off the Boston coast and didn't come back. Go »

Francisco Goya

This Spaniard lost his mind and its container. Go »

Jack Dorsey

If you want to make card payments on a mobile phone, or write about it in 280 characters or less, then you need this guy's popular technologies. #busyCEO Go »

David Angell

This producer must have had angelic good taste in television to co-create hits like Wings and Frasier. Go »

Barbara Olson

The wife of George W. Bush's solicitor general was a regular commentator on CNN and Fox News. Go »

Berry Berenson

She went from posing for photographers to taking pictures herself. She's also remembered for her horror-movie husband and son, both of whom were psychos. Go »

Ron Bucca

The only FDNY fire marshal ever killed in the line of duty is honored every year by the DIA with an counter-terrorism award given in his name. Go »

John O'Neill

Conspiracy theories that focused on who had advance knowledge of the 9/11 attacks have often involved this FBI counter-terrorism expert, who investigated the 1993 WTC bombing and expected it to happen again. Go »

Garnet Bailey

He won the Stanley Cup with the Bruins, but after he died working for the Kings, they remembered him the next time they won the cup by bringing it to his memorial. Go »

Kevin Cosgrove

When he called 911 on 9/11, he wasn't ready to die. Nobody that day was. But if his last words could outlive him this long to memorialize the lost and prosecute the guilty, maybe they can live on forever, so that we never forget. Go »

Felix Trench

He's pretty happy considering he's best known for running a funeral home on a trivial island. Go »

Cecil Rhodes

Not only a famed scholarship but an entire country were named after this businessman. Go »

Bert Kreischer

This stand-up comic is such a party machine that a movie was made about his endless college partying. Go »

Kem Nunn

This Californian author turned to his lifelong love of surfing for stories like a federal agent forced to surf while undercover and an HBO series about a surf shop owner from Ohio. Go »

Michael Rooker

Long before his days playing a galactic guardian, he starred in the films Slither, Whisper, Jumper, Super, Deceiver, Cliffhanger, Freeway Killer, Shadow Builder, Days of Thunder, and Henry, Portrait of a Serial Killer. Go »