I'll start with season two.
Debb: 10% Osten. Hung in there, but was miserable afterward and probably happy to go.
Mitchell: 50% Osten. From what I understand, he kinda-sorta went out with a fight, but he wanted to go. Apparently being seven feet tall and really skinny doesn't make on a Survivor.
Jessie: 1% Osten. Another casualty of illness.
Gabe: 35% Osten. More to the case that he came out there as the person he was and was a victim of a paranoid John; the fact that he didn't really ask to be voted out and moreso just accepted his fate makes him less than Osten.
Tanya: 1% Osten. Yet again, too sick.
Shawna: 30% Osten. Was ready to check out, but a change of scenery did her good.
Osten: 100% Osten. The gold standard of quitters.
Jenna: 15% Osten. Shouldn't have come, but the decision to leave was respectable - lest we forget, she was, in fact, right.
Susan: 75% Osten. This was a "stress of the game" quit. If she were kept busy, Richard's member touching her wouldn't have affected her one bit, and if it did, she could go seek some counseling or stress relief. The fact that she was in an isolated environment allowed it to fester, and that's why she left. Boston Rob may be a screwball, but he got that one right.
Ashlee: 90% Osten. At least she didn't go all the way to 100% by formally quitting, but she checked out from pretty close to the beginning.
Jeff: 40% Osten. From what I heard, the request was because his ankle was re-injured, and having suffered a minor ankle break myself, I can only imagine how much that would have hurt - somewhere between my four weeks in a compression sock and my wife's two surgeries and a rod in her leg. Either way, Survivor's no place to have a bum ankle.
Willard: 35% Osten. Like Gabe, he simply read his death sentence and didn't fight it.
Janu: 95% Osten. This was a "change of scenery" decision as well, and it came as an "up yours" to her tribe. But she still quit.
Ian: 75% Osten. Sure, Tom and Katie bullied him. But he was that damn close. I also think this was a "stress of the game" quit, too, since twelve hours on a buoy made him make the decision and make the final TC a mere formality.
Jim: 10% Osten. He was earmarked for doom, but again, it was more of an injury situation and a mercy boot sparing us the inevitable "I'm too damn old for this" boot.
Shane: 15% Osten. I don't know what changed his mind, but it did.
Billy: 50% Osten. He actually had his tribe shoot their own game to hell just to vote him off. And his TC performance? While it was probably the funniest moment in Survivor history, it did nothing to secure his position in the game, and at that point, you knew he was going home.
Melissa (Fiji's mystery player): 200% Osten. Lost the game before it even began. The 2007 Dolphins of Survivor.
Anthony: 25% Osten. Another Willard who read his death sentence and did very little to stop it.
Lisi: 75% Osten. She got that far in the game and decided, "OK, I've had enough." WTF ORO?
Fairplay: 50% Osten. Fifty percent because he was probably the scheduled first boot, at least from the Favorites tribe, anyway. Why even call him a quitter? Because he gave up. Seriously. Yau-Man make your tooth hurt? Chew on a twig and get over it.
Chet: 95% Osten. The other five percent is because he was actually voted off, he may have been taken by medical if he wasn't, and because he did get his head smacked by Joel. Other than that? Could have done without him.
Kathleen: 99% Osten. You call yourself a fan and you really think it's not going to be rough? Mark H. Burnett, what show did you think you were signing up for? The 1% discount is for the fact that she wasn't self-righteous about it, and there were numerous injuries in Micronesia.
GC: 98% Osten. Partial credit for being voted out instead of quitting. The self-righteous, humorless attitude, the disappearance before the challenge, and the fight with Crystal? And quitting as the leader? The only thing I can say to his credit, again, is that he did try hard early on in getting that idol, and he was, in fact, voted out.