Steve West won this season on May 27, 2022. There were 90 goos.

Players this season: Russ Wilhelm (90 goos solved, a perfect score), Steve West (81 goos solved, a perfect score), Chris Lemler (75 goos solved, a perfect score), Richard Slominsky (57 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (52 goos solved), Scott Hardie (24 goos solved), Erik Bates (22 goos solved), Samir Mehta (17 goos solved), and K. R. (1 goo solved).

Glenn Allison

This Californian and PBA hall of famer has rolled 3 perfect games but was screwed out of being recognized for his perfection by the ABC. Go »

Ed Begley Jr.

He co-starred in films with Richard Pryor, Roseanne Barr, Macaulay Culkin, Larry David, Anna Faris, and Jane Lynch, but he's best known for playing a doctor elsewhere. Go »

Rip Taylor

This capital comedian had a flamboyant personality and was a great TV actor. When this actor died it said on his tombstone rest in peace. Go »

Vanessa Williams

Her Miss America reign featured a noble first and an ignoble end, but she saved the best for last in a successful singing and acting career, with roles that feed the soul. Go »

John Heard

I heard about this actor leaving his kid at home twice, but never expected to see him after hours on the big beaches in Washington D.C. Go »

Tom Morello

This guitarist must have anger management problems if two of his bands were both named after Rage. Go »

John Mozeliak

The President of Baseball Operations fires a lot of people, so you may not want to bet your cards you're still going to have a job. Go »

Volodymyr Zelenskyy

Nobody's laughing at this former comedian any longer. Go »

Mila Kunis

She got so into retro nostalgia from her 1970s sitcom that she went back and married her former co-star. Go »

Sergey Bubka

Setting world records that lasted for decades was not too high of a bar to cross for this celebrated athlete, gold medalist, and inaugural member of the six meters club. Go »

Olga Kurylenko

After her breakthrough as a model in the French fashion industry, she found a measure of peace in the arms of James Bond and appeared as a Marvel villain last year. Go »

Denis Stoff

This YouTube star spent years asking to be made famous. He got a down attitude about it but lately that's been dragged out of him. Go »

Oksana Baiul

Ukraine's first Olympic champion retired in the mid-1990s to play Clara and Dorothy Gale on ice. Go »

Milla Jovovich

Her movies about elements, zombies, and Joan of Arc have not always been well-received by critics, but none were as widely reviled as her early sequel about a colorful lagoon. Go »

Peter Weller

He'll live in sci-fi infamy forever for playing both RoboCop and Buckaroo Bonzai. Go »

Yann Martel

This author's well-rounded protagonist and his shipmate had a very different relationship than Calvin and Hobbes. Go »

Rebecca Romijn

She has appeared alongside Charles Xavier and Frank Castle, Ugly Betty and Finn & Jake, and herself in a Brian De Palma film. Go »

Chris Hemsworth

Despite skills in black-hat hacking, extraction, getaway driving, and alien cover-ups, he remains best known for his thunderous breakout role as a Norse god. Go »

Ted Knight

In one sitcom, he played an arrogant yet buffoonish TV news anchorman. In another, he played a work-at-home newspaper cartoonist. Go »

Mark Labbett

This English la bête on quiz game shows pursues other contestants to try to beat him and the clock. Go »

Michelle Yeoh

She's had a crazy rich career, with roles opposite the likes of Jackie Chan, Pierce Brosnan, Chow Yun-fat, Emilia Clarke, Simu Liu, David Thewlis, and Jack Black. Go »

Big Show

This big wrestler wasn't just in the show. He was the show. Go »

Hank the Tank

Just because an animal is large, it doesn't mean he doesn't want kindness. Maybe this Lake Tahoe resident just wants a small smackerel of hunny. Go »

H. Jon Benjamin

You might not know his face (or his first name), but you've heard his voice as Sterling Archer, Bob Belcher, Coach McGuirk, and many more roles. Go »

James Cromwell

If you don't recognize this actor, don't expect a talking pig to tell you the answer. Go »

Miguel Montero

This ex-Cub catcher got traded to a Canadian team for criticizing the all-star pitcher for allowing 7 stolen bases in a game. Go »

Emily Wickersham

This actress's special-agent character on TV moves along a diagonal path on the board to help capture the king for checkmate. Go »

Michael McKean

He's had a strange career, going from the Shotz Brewery to Studio 8H, and from a musically challenged English heavy metal band to an ethically challenged Albuquerque law firm. Go »

Stacey Abrams

She was disappointed after losing the 2018 gubernatorial race in Georgia, and soon turned the whole state blue with her. Go »

Shoji Morimoto

Doing nothing is no way to make a living or even to solve this goo, unless it is. Go »

Lori Petty

Her roles in Point Break, A League of Their Own, Tank Girl, and Free Willy were not petit. Go »

Steve Wilhite

This computer scientist helped us visualize things in new ways, especially memes, even if we can't agree on how to pronounce his most famous creation. Go »

Rosa Salazar

This actress is drawn to sci-fi and horror series, such as Maze Runner, Divergent, American Horror Story, Undone, and Alita. Go »

Simon Leviev

He's inglorious and notorious for using an app to contact and distract his victims, and now Netflix metrics say his story's a hit. Go »

Christopher Lloyd

His best-known roles involved bugging his eyes out figuratively in Back to the Future, Taxi, and The Addams Family, and literally in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Go »

Ashleigh Barty

It's best to go out while you're on top, even if you're from the bottom of the world (and the first to win there in decades). Go »

Ann Magnuson

She's been a nightclub DJ, a lounge singer, a nightclub manager, a performance artist, a psychedelic rock frontwoman, the star of several one-woman shows, a magazine columnist, and when she has the time, a Hollywood actress opposite stars like John Malkovich, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Wanda Sykes. Go »

Brené Brown

If you dare to guess who she is, don't be ashamed if you're wrong. The answer will be unlocked soon. Go »

Christian Slater

In some of his best-known roles, he has pumped up the volume, interviewed a vampire, untamed a heart, and gleamed a cube. Go »

F. Murray Abraham

It's hard to keep your composure when beating the likes of Jeff Bridges and Sam Waterson for an Oscar. Go »

Tommy Pham

Phamily matters to this red outfielder. Go »

Bebe Neuwirth

She's been a cabinet secretary's chief of staff, a detective upholding law & order, and a Boston psychiatrist turned barfly. Go »

Mary Trump

This divorced psychologist would divorce her famous family (especially one member), if possible. Go »

Kelsey Grammer

Getting inebriated at a Boston bar can really make you work up an appetite for tossed salad and scrambled eggs. Go »

Ernest Shackleton

If you thought the long (and recently concluded) search for his shipwreck was exciting, the real story of endurance was how he kept every crew member alive in a perilous trek back north. Go »

John Rhys-Davies

Depending on your taste in action, sci-fi, and fantasy, you might know him best for befriending Indiana Jones, or for joining the fellowship of the ring, or for sliding around to alternate dimensions, or for being targeted for assassination by James Bond. Go »

Lizzie Magie

This renter was letting you get a free pass to get you out of prison. Go »

Mia Kirshner

She appeared alongside vampires and werewolves in Dracula: The Series, Wolf Lake, and The Vampire Diaries, but she's better known for roles in 24 and The L Word. Go »

Delia Owens

She spent her career in Africa fighting with poachers and government officials and being treated as a pariah. Now she has a second career as a novelist with a hit book about a North Carolina girl who is also treated as a pariah. Go »

Jason Alexander

You might know him from his roles in Seinfeld, Pretty Woman, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, or Dream On, not for invading Prussia. Go »

Brian Bonsall

Starring in a hit sitcom with Michael J. Fox gave him a blank check in Hollywood, but he opted not to stay. Go »

Guido Russo

I'm here for my vaccination. No, no, that's my real arm. Ignore that rubbery feel. Go »

Kurtwood Smith

You'd have to be a dumbass not to recognize a guy who faced off against RoboCop and Rambo. Go »

Stephen Hawking

It's hard to be brief when you're writing the history of literally all history. Who's the king? Go »

Pete Byrne

You would have to spot this English singer with your naked eye. But if you saw a photo, you would notice that being on a Rolling Stones track would give you something to remind you of what this lead singer looks like. Go »

Andy Dick

This comedian's TV career came to a notorious end when his NewsRadio co-stars found him to be worse than a dick. Go »

Karen Fukuhara

When she played a heroic supervillain in a movie, she had to be trained in how to wield her nominal weapon, but she already knew how to be female when she was cast as a villainous superhero on TV. Go »

Tatsuo Yoshida

He created an international pop-culture phenomenon in the 1960s by combining Elvis Presley's fashion sense with james Bond's gadget-stuffed automobile. Go »

Benedict Cumberbatch

Is it strange that he has played so many pop-culture icons, from Arthur Conan Doyle's master detective to J.R.R. Tolkien's hoarding dragon to Marvel's sorcerer supreme? Go »

Kane Tanaka

As of January, 2022, the most painful part of being the oldest person alive is watching everyone older than you dying. Go »

Dwayne Johnson

Today he has a rock-solid career as a furious action movie star, but he was once a professional wrestler known for particularly aromatic cooking. Go »

Noël Wells

This actor is a master of voice roles, none more so than Craig of the Creek and Star Trek: Lower Decks. Go »

Billy Hardwick

This right-handed full roller won 18 titles and was the first to capture the Triple Crown, but had a heart attack before leaving Florida to go back to his hometown of Memphis. He also has an alley named after him. Go »

Daniel Dae Kim

His roles as a plane crash survivor and an expert cop have made him synonymous with Hawaii, even though he's from South Korea. Go »

Joseph Henry

Before his invention, people would stand outside a house and think, "I'm going to punch your house until you come out and talk to me." Go »

Amber Heard

I've heard that divorce is ugly even for the prettiest people in Hollywood. Go »

Joe Piscopo

He co-starred with Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, and Treat Williams in a series of cinematic flops in the 1980s, but he had a notable small-screen partnership with Eddie Murphy in the same decade. Go »

Carter English

Knowing English might get you bullied, but getting hit with rocks, sticks, and having sawdust thrown in your eyes is bad. Now, thinking about it, having a broken arm is worse for sticking up for friends. Go »

Dana Davis

She heroically defies critics who hate her and bash her. Go »

George Barris

Holy windfall, Batman! One of his cars sold at auction for over four million dollars. Go »

Joan Collins

After starring in films about a Lady, a Queen, and Pharaohs, she was more than ready to star in a 1980s TV series about a family dynasty. Go »

Grant Palmer

Once he quieted down, he was granted another opportunity to reside on the same show. Go »

Iggy Pop

His work with the Stooges — "Search and Destroy," not "nyuk nyuk nyuk" — earned this "pop" star his nickname, the Godfather of Punk. Go »

Matt Spencer

His creation of a gut-busting burger made with over a dozen kinds of bacon will probably send diners to the charity for which his fundraiser was intended. Go »

Wendy Barlow

This maid married that stylin', profilin', limousine riding, jet flying, kiss-stealing, wheelin' n' dealin' son of a gun! Go »

Sarah Silverman

Her sexually frank and boundary-crossing stand-up comedy is a far cry from her squeaky-voiced sweet kid in Wreck-It Ralph. Go »

Chris Jones

This hypnotist has talent, but don't be surprised if you're shaking hands with him despite being a germaphobe. Go »

Caroline Westlake

Meerkat experts, monkey handlers, llama keepers... Oh, my! Look out! She's got a wine glass! Go »

Whoopi Goldberg

Although she's as funny as the whoopie cushion that provided her nickname, she's also a serious actress, one of only sixteen people to pull off an EGOT. Go »

Philip Solomon

If you're trying to solve this by researching Old Testament kings, you're probably up a creek. Go »

Justin Schneider

This 34-year-old from Alaska thought that admitting guilt for assault and strangling the victim unconscious would help. What I would like to know is, how in the hell would someone get off free? Go »

Anthony Ruelas

Saving a fellow student brought the reward of suspension for this Texas teen. Go »

Rainn Wilson

He starred in a mom show and worked the graveyard shift in another TV role, but he's best known for his role in an office comedy. Go »

Dorothy Kilgallen

What's my line? Columnist, journalist and TV game show panelist before mysteriously dying. Go »

Malcolm McDowell

He played a violent hoodlum for Stanley Kubrick, a pornographic emperor for Bob Guccione, and a child psychologist for Rob Zombie. Go »

Idris Elba

You might know him as a wandering gunslinger, a blind Asgardian, a South African president, a dying mecha veteran, or a Baltimore drug kingpin. Go »

Ben Levin

His acting legacy is transitioning from a worldly soap opera to a pair of Netflix comedies. Go »

Christopher Plummer

He made his name performing Shakespeare around the world, but The Sound of Music was too plum of a role to decline. Go »

Melanie Scrofano

She has starred in two TV series set in rural Canada, one a horror series in which she plays a demon-slaying descendant of Wyatt Earp, and the other a comedy series in which she plays the flirtatious, swinging wife of a farmer. Go »

Dean Stockwell

This one-time child actor had a career spanning the films Sons and Lovers, Married to the Mob, and To Live and Die in L.A., so it's appropriate that his best-known TV role cast him as a time-traveling hologram. Go »