I've also been revisiting old episodes and as such it's all kind of jumbled up, but I'll take a shot at a few of these:
Most outrageous illogical statement or pseudoscientific claim - 70 years without food or water guy.
Jackass of the Year - This probably won't make it to the show, but for me, it would have to be Lord Christopher Monckton. He got smacked down quite hard a number of times this year, and out of all the semi-professional climate quacks out there he's probably the most egregious example. Even his title appears to be phony (i.e. he's not a member of the house of lords), and several people have now gone over his presentations and found that he manages to misrepresent almost every climate scientist he cites. In spite of that, he maintains a rather substantial fan base among not-so-skeptical climate contrarians.
Skeptic of the Year - I have to go with Simon Singh also.
True science or fiction: For me it was the photosynthesizing sea slug, but apparently the panel did not agree with me there, since they all got that one right.
Your psychic prediction for 2010 - I predict that on november 12th, 2011, the first land octopus will be found, living in the trees deep inside the Amazon jungle, making its living by feasting on the bones of unfortunate monkeys.