My Question Is This
And then Alex was disbarred. Not really, but: I wish.
Terry (Exile Island)
"My question is: Didn't I deserve to win, really?"
Some people get all the way to the jury and still have a single agenda: proving that the outcome was unfair in the specific sense that they, in particular, should have won. The most expert practitioner of this type of hoo-ha was Exile Island's Terry The Pilot Guy, who got hold of an immunity idol and never even did anything with it, because he kept winning individual immunity over Aras, who was an irritating yoga instructor and thus was located opposite Terry on the arrogant prick color wheel. Nevertheless, at F3, Danielle (lovingly known to recap-readers as "Chiclets" on account of her enormous teeth, part of the long-standing reality-show fascination with long-dark-hair, deep-dead-eyes, giant-teeth maidens) beat Terry in a balancing contest and decided she'd rather take Aras to the finals than Terry. So Terry found himself on the jury, a victim of his self-proclaimed awesomeness, or so he believed.
Terry first chastised Chiclets for taking Aras instead of him, falling back on his well-known love of family (particularly his own) by hinting that later, all of Chiclets's loved ones would tell her that she should have taken him to F2. He then told them that since "outplay" is about challenges only (it...is?), he wanted them to rate themselves in challenges. This was a thinly veiled attempt to extract from them an admission that neither of them could come anywhere close to him when it came to challenges. They each obediently rated themselves, and Terry sat down, because all he really wanted was to remind everyone that really, it should be about challenges, because WAHMBULANCE.
Really, Terry's legacy has turned out to be his uselessness at anything other than challenges more than his greatness at challenges. Unfortunately for his desire to live forever (FAME!), Terry lost his spot as King Of Idol-Squandering this season, when James beat his record by totally failing to do a damn thing with two idols instead of just one.
Another possible candidate for inclusion in this category was Brandon from Africa, who technically did ask Ethan and Kim to opine about other worthy and unworthy contestants. When Ethan named Brandon himself as particularly unworthy, Brandon voted against him, swearing that he'd intended to vote for Ethan until Ethan was stupid enough actually to bash a juror while that juror was contemplating his vote. Something about Brandon's bare-knuckled approach, together with his cheery admission that he'd only asked the question about unworthy competitors to try to get a dig in at Frank, made it hard to see Brandon's question as hateworthy; sometimes self-aggrandizement is just good, clean fun.