This celebrity goo was created by player Matthew Preston.
Scott Hardie provided the source image, gooed image, category, and difficulty, wrote the clue, and wrote the explanation.

publication date: Sunday, June 8, 2003 (part of Round XX)

category: Music

clue: Don't claim it's a bad goo rising if you're not fortunate enough to see him clearly.

explanation: Fogerty was most famous for the band Creedence Clearwater Revival ("clearly"). The clue refers to two of their most famous songs, "Bad Moon Rising" and "Fortunate Son." more…

solved by: Steve West, Denise Sawicki, Erik Bates, Mike Eberhart, Dave Mitzman, Lori Lancaster, Aaron Fischer, Wendy Hampson, Nadine Russell, Anthony Lewis, Kelly Stokes, Jeff Flom, Dave Stoppenhagen, D. R., Angela Lathem-Ballard, and Kat Stratton

player landmarks: This was the first goo solved by Dave Stoppenhagen. This was the last goo solved by Kat Stratton.

trivia: This goo was requested by Matt Preston in June 2001 as part of Round Fourteen, in which each player got to request two goos. (This was the first time goos could be requested by players.) The round ended before Scott could use the goo, but he held on to it, waiting for a good opportunity to use it. That time came two years later, the longest time that Scott had ever held a request.


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