Russ Wilhelm won this season on February 25, 2022. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (89 goos solved), Steve West (78 goos solved, a perfect score), Richard Slominsky (76 goos solved), Samir Mehta (75 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (74 goos solved), Jesse King (50 goos solved), Erik Bates (36 goos solved), Scott Hardie (34 goos solved), Denise Sawicki (27 goos solved), Chris Lemler (11 goos solved), Stan Iwanchuk (5 goos solved), Ruth Cichoski (2 goos solved), Scott Horowitz (2 goos solved), and Alexis Andino (1 goo solved).

August Busch IV

Let's not beat around the bush: This former CEO has had his share of legal troubles, from fatal car accidents to allegedly drunken helicoptering. But he rarely faces legal consequences, so he hasn't served even his eighth month in prison yet. Go »

Todd Schnuck

This Midwestern grocery-chain CEO depends on workers to keep the business running, just like the four relatives who held the position before him. Go »

Travis Kelce

Kansas City's record-setting tight end is one of the most talked-about stars in the NFL, even if nobody says his name correctly. Go »

Juliana

This WWII hero was awarded a medal for pissing on it. Go »

Stephen Sondheim

This Broadway giant recently passed away, but the songs that he wrote will live on, in beloved musicals like West Side Story, Sweeney Todd, Gypsy, Follies, Into the Woods, A Little Night Music, and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Go »

Marvin Gaye

He heard through the grapevine that it's sweet to be loved by someone who has the peculiar (well, maybe it isn't that peculiar) ability to heal sexually. Go »

Trisha Paytas

Tanning addiction, fat chicks, Big Brother, brainless dogs, gas station mukbang, methamphetamine abuse, and a chicken nugget have been only some of this YouTuber's controversies. Go »

Ana de Armas

This former teen star in her native Cuba has appeared in very different American movies, from the dystopian future of Blade Runner 2049 to the family intrigue of Knives Out to the intense action of No Time to Die. Go »

Post Malone

Goddamn I love paper like I'm Michael Scott. if you see this rapper singing you will post a guess, but you don't fucking know me, homie, you don't want war. Go »

Karen Abbott

This best selling author has made a name for herself writing about Liars, Sinners, and a Gypsy. Go »

Leo Szilard

He patently believed in nuclear fission, but couldn't stop the chain reaction that led to dropping the bomb on Japan. Go »

Ryan Sherriff

If there was a song for this southpaw pitcher, formerly of the Cardinals and Rays and now of the Phillies, it would be "I shot the Sherriff but I did not shoot the deputy." Go »

JoJo Siwa

She appeared in three different dancing reality shows: One with Abby, one with her mom, and one with the first same-sex partner. Go »

Bella Devyatkina

This Russian child was looking for an answer and the only way you're gonna find it is to know how to speak 7 different languages. But if you can't, this child might be able to help you find it if you ask in all 7 languages. Help mich encontrar la 回答 الى هذا липкая. Go »

Jeff Payne

You think officers are supposed to be your friend, but you just can't go around manhandling nurses and arrest them any time you want because this cop can't get blood from a knocked out patient. Go »

Kirsten Gillibrand

Part of this New Yorker's political brand has been a "zero tolerance" stance against sexual harassment, such as leading the demand for Al Franken's resignation, although her own office continued to employ a sexual harasser until the press found out. Go »

A.J. Finn

Writers are fantasists by nature, but the window that this writer provided into his life wasn't what it seemed. Nor was his 2018 debut novel, which reached #1 on the NY Times best seller list, despite being a copy of another book and/or a copy of a Sigourney Weaver movie. Go »

John Stamos

Have mercy! If you can get this answer right, you must be riding a motorcycle just to meet this actor. Go »

Jim Carrey

This Canadian actor riddle goes like this: "Riddle me this, riddle me that. Who's afraid of the big black bat?" Go »

Richard Montañez

Thanks to his understanding of the Latino snack market, he went from cleaning the executive's office to occupying it, but a newspaper investigation revealed that the only thing truly on fire was his pants. Go »

Tanner Novlan

This bad actor boldly ensures his successful career with more liberty on the set, without medical assistance. Go »

Joe Rollino

Word on the street was this New York strongman was eager to meet Death face to face so he could drag him around the underworld with his pinky toe. Go »

Bud Abbott and Lou Costello

"Well, I'm going to New York with you. You know Bucky Harris, the Yankee's manager, gave me a job as coach for as long as you're on the team." "Look, if you're the coach, you must know all the players." "I certainly do." "Well you know I've never met the guys. So you'll have to tell me their names, and then I'll know who's playing on the team." "Oh, I'll tell you their names, but you know it seems to me they give these ball players now-a-days very peculiar names." "You mean funny names?" "Strange names, pet names...like Dizzy Dean..." "His brother Daffy." "Daffy Dean..." "And their French cousin." "French?" "Goofé." "Goofé Dean. Well, let's see, we have on the bags, Who's on first, What's on second, I Don't Know is on third..." "That's what I want to find out." "I say Who's on first, What's on second, I Don't Know's on third." "Are you the manager?" "Yes." "You gonna be the coach too?" "Yes." "And you don't know the fellows' names?" "Well I should." "Well then who's on first?" "Yes." "I mean the fellow's name." "Who." "The guy on first." "Who." "The first baseman." "Who." "The guy playing..." "Who is on first!" "I'm asking YOU who's on first." "That's the man's name." "That's who's name?" "Yes." "Well go ahead and tell me." "That's it." "That's who?" "Yes." "Look, you gotta first baseman?" "Certainly." "Who's playing first?" "That's right." "When you pay off the first baseman every month, who gets the money?" "Every dollar of it." "All I'm trying to find out is the fellow's name on first base." "Who." "The guy that gets..." "That's it." "Who gets the money..." "He does, every dollar. Sometimes his wife comes down and collects it." "Who's wife?" "Yes." "What's wrong with that?" "Look, all I wanna know is when you sign up the first baseman, how does he sign his name?" "Who." "The guy." "Who." "How does he sign..." "That's how he signs it." "Who?" "Yes." "All I'm trying to find out is what's the guy's name on first base." "No. What is on second base." "I'm not asking you who's on second." "Who's on first." "One base at a time!" "Well, don't change the players around." "I'm not changing nobody!" "Take it easy, buddy." "I'm only asking you, who's the guy on first base?" "That's right." "Ok." "All right." "What's the guy's name on first base?" "No. What is on second." "I'm not asking you who's on second." "Who's on first." "I don't know." "He's on third, we're not talking about him." "Now how did I get on third base?" "Why you mentioned his name." "If I mentioned the third baseman's name, who did I say is playing third?" "No. Who's playing first." "What's on first?" "What's on second." "I don't know." "He's on third." "There I go, back on third again!" "Would you just stay on third base and don't go off it." "All right, what do you want to know?" "Now who's playing third base?" "Why do you insist on putting Who on third base?" "What am I putting on third." "No. What is on second." "You don't want who on second?" "Who is on first." "I don't know. Third base!" "Look, you gotta outfield?" "Sure." "The left fielder's name?" "Why." "I just thought I'd ask you." "Well, I just thought I'd tell ya." "Then tell me who's playing left field." "Who's playing first." "I'm not... stay out of the infield! I want to know what's the guy's name in left field?" "No, What is on second." "I'm not asking you who's on second." "Who's on first!" "I don't know. Third base!" "The left fielder's name?" "Why." "Because!" "Oh, he's centerfield." "Look, You gotta pitcher on this team?" "Sure." "The pitcher's name?" "Tomorrow." "You don't want to tell me today?" "I'm telling you now." "Then go ahead." "Tomorrow!" "What time?" "What time what?" "What time tomorrow are you gonna tell me who's pitching?" "Now listen. Who is not pitching." "I'll break your arm, you say who's on first! I want to know what's the pitcher's name?" "What's on second." "I don't know. Third base!" "Gotta a catcher?" "Certainly." "The catcher's name?" "Today." "Today, and tomorrow's pitching." "Now you've got it." "All we got is a couple of days on the team." "You know I'm a catcher too." "So they tell me." "I get behind the plate to do some fancy catching, Tomorrow's pitching on my team and a heavy hitter gets up. Now the heavy hitter bunts the ball. When he bunts the ball, me, being a good catcher, I'm gonna throw the guy out at first base. So I pick up the ball and throw it to who?" "Now that's the first thing you've said right." "I don't even know what I'm talking about!" "That's all you have to do." "Is to throw the ball to first base." "Yes!" "Now who's got it?" "Naturally." "Look, if I throw the ball to first base, somebody's gotta get it. Now who has it?" "Naturally." "Who?" "Naturally." "Naturally?" "Naturally." "So I pick up the ball and I throw it to Naturally." "No you don't, you throw the ball to Who." "Naturally." "That's different." "That's what I said." "You're not saying it..." "I throw the ball to Naturally." "You throw it to Who." "Naturally." "That's it." "That's what I said!" "You ask me." "I throw the ball to who?" "Naturally." "Now you ask me." "You throw the ball to Who?" "Naturally." "That's it." "Same as you! Same as YOU! I throw the ball to who. Whoever it is drops the ball and the guy runs to second. Who picks up the ball and throws it to What. What throws it to I Don't Know. I Don't Know throws it back to Tomorrow, Triple play. Another guy gets up and hits a long fly ball to Because. Why? I don't know! He's on third and I don't give a darn!" "What?" "I said I don't give a darn!" "Oh, that's our shortstop." Go »

Maximilian Kolbe

Frankly, I can't think of a better path to sainthood than to volunteer your life in exchange for another in what was a difficult century. Go »

Elizabeth Van Lew

This hall-of-famer ran a ring before being appointed postmaster. Go »

Mark Henry

If you can't find this wrestler anywhere, you might try to go out to the ring and call him out. You might find out why he is called the world's strongest man and you might get put in the world's strongest slam. Go »

Clement Clarke Moore

"'Twas the Night Before Christmas," as commonly known, was this New York professor's masterpiece of tone. Although another family claimed to hear it first, this Biblical scholar's name's attached to each verse. The neighborhood called Chelsea was built on his land, and he put Greek and Hebrew within students' hands. Go »

Rue McClanahan

One of the first mainstream portrayals of older citizens as sexual beings could have been a step forward to respect and dignity. Instead, we got granny porn. Thanks for being a friend. Go »

Jackie Evancho

This teen is the youngest singer to ever go platinum as a solo artist in the USA. But awakening the crowd at a president's inauguration is a dream come true. Go »

Jake Olson

You would think this Canadian football player could snap a football a long way with a blindfold on, but I don't think that seeing the ball is a problem. Go »

Xiong Shuihua

What to do with millions? Raze the slum of your youth and replace it with luxury apartments. Go »

Matt Suter

This Missourian should have broken a lot of bones or should be buried underground, but instead of that, this teen survived and is doing the twist. Go »

Donovan

This Scottish singer shouldn't be a very hard goo to find if you like Mello Yello and you catch him in the wind blowing hard. Go »

Sandra Knight

This actress would have a hard time painting during the night. If she was still married to that joker she might have been a blood bath. Go »

Betty White

The first lady of television will be remembered fondly for her many television roles that continued well into her golden years, but she might deserve it even moore for being committed to causes like animal welfare and for being the rare white star in the 1950s to give airtime to a Black co-star. Go »

René-Robert Cavelier

A car and a basketball team share a name with this French explorer who traveled through the Great Lakes region. Go »

Joey Ryan

This American wrestler likes for you to grab his penis when wrestling, because using the penis flip on Danshoku Dino made him become victorious. Go »

Jimmy Fallon

This late night talk show host has musical impressions on a wheel. Cher, David Bowie, Britney Spears, Michael McDonald, and Shakira would be really hard to impersonate. Go »

Robert Barron

This Chicagoan-turned-Angeleno is hoping to spark a flame and build an online media empire fairly and scrupulously. Go »

Eugene Goodman

When the Senate decided to give him their highest award, he was already there to accept. Go »

David Chang

Noodles, Milk, Wraps, Stars, and Beards... This chef's rise has been anything but ugly. Go »

Fanny Chmelar

This skier from Germany was good "butt" in 2013 it was time to stop skiing. Go »

Andy García

This Cuban actor is known for his roles playing a father who tries to skips town on his own daughter with her millions, a casino owner, a inspector, and a man hell bent on being in a book club. Go »

Blair River

The restaurant that flaunted their unhealthy menu closed after this spokesman died. Go »

Ali al-Bahlul

Twenty years ago today, he became one of the first twenty detainees at a notorious military prison where he remains today. He has argued that his convictions for conspiring with Al-Qaeda are no more legally valid than convicting him for being born on 9/11. Go »

River Phoenix

There is no way this explorer should be in Arizona and down stream in Oregon because if it rains in the summer you may be in trouble. Go »

Lindsay Graham

Between elections, assassinations, and scandals, he's keeping his ship in the air. Go »

Barnaby Swinburn

This child prodigy, with an IQ two points higher than Albert Einstein, wanted a cryptocurrency portfolio for Christmas. He plans to attend Oxford and has already started looking at courses. Go »

Matt Gaetz

This Florida congressman has faced so many controversies and criminal allegations that he probably, like Jim Carrey's character, wants to run away to Fiji. Go »

Elizabeth Olsen

She received critical acclaim for her role in Martha Marcy May Marlene and an Emmy nomination for her role in WandaVision, but her role in her family is little sister to a pair of wealthy and famous twins. Go »

Kirk Cameron

It took some painful personal growth, but this former late-80s sitcom star left behind his teen-heartthrob reputation to pivot into a second career as an Evangelical Christian filmmaker and activist. Go »

Olivia Jade

This pretentious influencer got into a row online for acting the part of a rowing athlete while her actress mother illegally influenced USC to admit her under false pretenses. Go »

Rebecca Romijn

Being replaced by Jennifer Lawrence in a superhero film franchise left her feeling blue. Go »

Valeri Bure

Although less accomplished on the ice than his brother Pavel, this Russian-turned-Canadien still earned two Olympic medals. Go »

Mossimo Giannulli

He was born in Los Angeles, and built his eponymous clothing brand in Los Angeles. He also falsified his education at USC, and falsified his daughter's admission to USC. Go »

Nicolas Sarkozy

Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy, the president of France from 2007 to 2012? Go »

Georges Seurat

It's hard to miss the point of the paintings by this short-lived Parisian, since they were nothing but. Go »

Katie Quackenbush

This criminal from Tennessee ain't no sitting duck and can be seen stopped by a man who has no home to move a vehicle and instead of singing music boom shoots him. Go »

John Ritter

His TV co-stars Suzanne Somers, Jessica Walter, Debrah Farentino, Markie Post, and Katey Segal all considered him good company. Go »

Josh Wardle

What's a five-letter word for a game developer who doesn't want to profit on his work? If you can't figure it out in six guesses, you can always play again tomorrow. Go »

Tori Yorgey

During her last week on the air reporting in West Virginia, she expected to be hit with a lot of farewells and memories, not with a pickup truck. Go »

Adam Savage

This onetime buster of myths is now putting YouTube to the test. Go »

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If this Stonehenge-loving Redditor was 2bda2998d9b0ee197da142a0447f6725, then I don't want to be 7c4f29407893c334a6cb7a87bf045c0d. Go »

Amanda Gorman

This award-winning writer and activist will climb a hill to change the world. She plans to run for President in 2036. Go »

Noah McVicker

This inventor's beloved children's toy can also clean your wallpaper. Go »

Henry Box Brown

This abolitionist earned his freedom (and a nickname) by thinking inside the box. Go »

Brandy Clark

This singer from a small logging town in Washington recorded her life in a dozen story-telling songs that launched her career in 2013. Go »

Phil Hartman

This Canadian actor made people laugh on Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons but is also well known for his work in radio. Go »

Thomas Fitzpatrick

To win a bar bet, this drunken pilot landed a stolen plane on a Manhattan street. Two years later, a fellow patron's disbelief resulted in him doing it again. Go »

Ryan Holiday

This former marketing exec has become a best-selling author of books on modern-day stoicism. Go »

Ken McElroy

This midwestern town bully was shot in broad daylight with dozens of witnesses yet his killer was never identified. Go »

Zbigniew Lindner

"Death Becomes You" is apparently the advertising scheme of the month for this afterlife manufacturer. Go »

Elena Ferrante

This Italian novelist has written popular books about lost daughters and brilliant friends, but she's more forthcoming about her characters than herself. Go »

Gallagher

This stand-up comic became a smash hit when he parodied the Veg-O-Matic with a much messier food invention of his own. Go »

Chris Sale

This southpaw from Boston shouldn't be cutting up out on the mound. But, he figured taking his anger out on all the uniforms in the locker room wasn't such a good idea. Go »

Drake

This Canadian thinks about striking like a scorpion while making another number 1 hit single that went viral on the internet. Go »

Harry Waters Jr.

Going to sing songs about earth and angels would put him at a dance that would put him under water in the enchantment under the sea dance. If you know traveling back in time won't stop the big bullies from this actor's death warrant. Go »

The Amazing Criswell

It's only amazing that he's remembered for his predictions when just one of them, JFK's assassination, came true. Who's the king? Go »

Hetty Green

This miserly millionaire was so cheap, she set her son's broken leg herself to save money leading to its amputation. She paid for that, though. Go »

Joshua Weilerstein

Maestro, before you leave Switzerland, would you mind picking up a pack of sticky notes? Go »

Harry Connick Jr.

This pianist and singer loves you (and only you) almost as much as he loves his native Nawlins. Go »

Gypsy Rose Lee

Because of her mother's clever forgeries, this flowery dancer didn't know her true age until later in life. Go »

Tom Waits

He didn't start drinking while God was away on business, but the piano did. Go »

Paget Brewster

This Massachusettsan's roles include brewing up as a FBI agent. She married a band member from Whirlwind Heat and Folded Light. And her co-star has an IQ of 187 and can read 20,000 words per minute. Go »

Meinhardt Raabe

This movie coroner had only 13 memorable seconds of screen time. Go »

Ashley Judd

She has starred in crime thrillers like Heat, Double Jeopardy, Kiss the Girls, High Crimes, and Twisted, a long way from the loving childhood home shared by her mother Naomi and sister Wynonna. Go »

Jim Bridger

He may have defined the term Mountain Man. Go »

Kaylee Rogers

This Irish singer with autism has some pipes. Singing with this saint would make you say Hallelujah and bow down to this big shot. Go »

Mark McGwire

This slugger is nicknamed after a McDonald's sandwich and also has a seat section at Busch Stadium. Go »

Nadia Popovici

This pre-med student spotted something more important than the action on the ice at a Seattle hockey game. Go »