This celebrity goo was created by player Chris Lemler.
Scott Hardie made minor changes to the clue and made minor changes to the explanation provided by Chris.

publication date: Thursday, October 7, 2021 (part of Fall 2021)

category: Television

clue: This TV actress plays a special agent named after a chess piece and may remember me as a P.I.

explanation: Emily Wickersham played on NCIS as Special Agent Eleanor Bishop. Chess is a play on word on her character name. She played in a movie Parco P.I. more…

difficulty: hard

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Steve West, LaVonne Lemler, Samir Mehta, Denise Sawicki, and Erik Bates

Checkmate: Chess enjoyed a resurgence in popularity during the pandemic, so seven goos representing the pieces and concepts of the game should be well received. Can you outmaneuver these tricky goos to win? All seven of these goos were created by player Chris Lemler, and these are his only goos for the Fall 2021 season.

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