The "No jury" column shows the top contestant performances
without considering jury votes — essentially challenge
prowess plus tribal council skill. (In other words, "No jury"
= ChW + wTCR .)
To answer the question: Who did the best, ignoring the whims
and terrible taste of those crazy jurors? (Note: Russell
Hantz, who claims there's "a flaw in the game" because the
jurors he bullied never voted for him, ends up way down at #61
in Samoa and #99 in Heroes vs. Villains.
So he wasn't all that great at the non-juror-coddling aspects
of the game, either.) We added the "finish" column to remind
you where that player actually ended up.
*Artefact alert: We told you about the
problem with Paschal in the Marquesas
scoring (that he didn't receive any votes when he was
eliminated by the purple rock). Without that artificially high
wTCR, it's unlikely he'd be anywhere near as high as his
*Artefact alert, redux: The artificially high score also extends to people eliminated by F4 fire, since they often leave without having been voted against. But what can you do?