History YMMV / CanadasWorstDriver

12th Dec '17 5:10:31 AM RhetoricalCloud
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** Travis from Season 13 was not liked in the beginning due to his lack of skills and his initial NeverMyFault attitude. But he did improve a lot in terms of skills and dropped his initial attitude which earned his graduation by Episode 6.



** Melanie from Season 13. While she wasn't too bad in the first half of the season, her poor attitude soon rubbed people the wrong way when it came to learning the lessons especially since she's in rehab for her kids as two of them have special needs.
** In terms of most hated nominators; we have Wil (Melissa's nominator) from Season 5 based on his constant yelling that goes into DomesticAbuse territory, and Yolanda (Michael's nominator) from ''Ever'' as she refused to go into the vehicle with him, and even reprimands him if he passes a challenge. Nobody missed Yolanda when her husband (and Michael's original nominator from Season 2) took her place in the second half.



** In terms of most hated nominators; we have Wil (Melissa's nominator) from Season 5 based on his constant yelling that goes into DomesticAbuse territory, and Yolanda (Michael's nominator) from ''Ever'' as she refused to go into the vehicle with him, and even reprimands him if he passes a challenge. Nobody missed Yolanda when her husband (and Michael's original nominator from Season 2) took her place in the second half.
* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: The show's premise is to try and make bad drivers better, but sometimes there are drivers that show they are unable to drive at all whether due to medical reasons, mental/emotional problems, or just being unable to drive at all. By the twelve seasons so far, at least 4 nominees have given up driving (two gave up willingly, one was willing to in the beginning only to be forced when he tried to weasel out of the deal, and one was forced to give up driving due to failing a medical driving review).

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* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped:
** In terms of most hated nominators; we have Wil (Melissa's nominator) from Season 5 based on his constant yelling that goes into DomesticAbuse territory, and Yolanda (Michael's nominator) from ''Ever'' as she refused to go into the vehicle with him, and even reprimands him if he passes a challenge. Nobody missed Yolanda when her husband (and Michael's original nominator from Season 2) took her place in the second half.
* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped:
The show's premise is to try and make bad drivers better, but sometimes there are drivers that show they are unable to drive at all whether due to medical reasons, mental/emotional problems, or just being unable to drive at all. By the twelve seasons so far, at least 4 nominees have given up driving (two gave up willingly, one was willing to in the beginning only to be forced when he tried to weasel out of the deal, and one was forced to give up driving due to failing a medical driving review).
** With some of the nominees on the show, they prove that they just refuse how to learn how to take in the lessons from the experts (Season 2 Colin and Season 12 Krystal are prime examples).
12th Dec '17 4:07:24 AM OlfinBedwere
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** Adam from Season 13. He is the best driver of the final 3, and was short-listed four times in a row (which also ties him with S4 Ashely and S9 Michael for the record), but his low confidence is the major problem, and his refusal to graduate kept him in rehab in the fifth episode.[[note]](though given that it seems an unwritten rule that the fifth episode of a season always ends with no graduation, chances are if he ''had'' wanted to graduate it would have been denied on the grounds that he did poorly in the Water Tank Challenge)[[/note]]
*** Shayne from the same season was this as well. He was the other strongest driver so far, and probably would have graduated in Episode 6 had he not admit to the panel that he had some road rage problems during the highway lessons with Tim. He did eventually graduate in the next episode.

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** Adam from Season 13. He is the best driver of the final 3, and was short-listed four times in a row (which also ties him with S4 Ashely Ashley and S9 Michael for the record), but his low confidence is the major problem, and his refusal to graduate kept him in rehab in the fifth episode.[[note]](though given that it seems an unwritten rule that the fifth episode of a season always ends with no graduation, chances are if he ''had'' wanted to graduate it would have been denied on the grounds that he did poorly in the Water Tank Challenge)[[/note]]
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Challenge)[[/note]] He ended up in rehab until the last episode of the season, where a good road test saw him finally graduate.
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Shayne from the same season was this as well. He was the other strongest driver so far, and probably would have graduated in Episode 6 had he not admit to the panel that he had some road rage problems during the highway lessons with Tim. He did eventually graduate in the next episode.
5th Dec '17 5:51:04 AM RhetoricalCloud
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** Season 13 has both Adam and Shayne as fan favorites. Adom for his {{Adorkable}} nature and his story of becoming a man, and Shayne for his story on gaining more confidence and changing his whole outlook on life after an accident when he was 13.

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** Season 13 has both Adam and Shayne as fan favorites. Adom Adam for his {{Adorkable}} nature and his story of becoming a man, and Shayne for his story on gaining more confidence and changing his whole outlook on life after an accident when he was 13.
5th Dec '17 5:50:26 AM RhetoricalCloud
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** Adam from Season 13 is becoming this. He is the best driver of the final 4, and was short-listed three times in a row, but his low confidence is the major problem, and his refusal to graduate kept him in rehab in the fifth episode.[[note]](though given that it seems an unwritten rule that the fifth episode of a season always ends with no graduation, chances are if he ''had'' wanted to graduate it would have been denied on the grounds that he did poorly in the Water Tank Challenge)[[/note]]
*** Shayne from the same season is becoming this as well. he is the other strongest driver so far, and probably would have graduated in Episode 6 had he not admit to the panel that he had some road rage problems during the highway lessons with Tim.

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** Adam from Season 13 is becoming this. 13. He is the best driver of the final 4, 3, and was short-listed three four times in a row, row (which also ties him with S4 Ashely and S9 Michael for the record), but his low confidence is the major problem, and his refusal to graduate kept him in rehab in the fifth episode.[[note]](though given that it seems an unwritten rule that the fifth episode of a season always ends with no graduation, chances are if he ''had'' wanted to graduate it would have been denied on the grounds that he did poorly in the Water Tank Challenge)[[/note]]
*** Shayne from the same season is becoming was this as well. he is He was the other strongest driver so far, and probably would have graduated in Episode 6 had he not admit to the panel that he had some road rage problems during the highway lessons with Tim.Tim. He did eventually graduate in the next episode.


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** Season 13 has both Adam and Shayne as fan favorites. Adom for his {{Adorkable}} nature and his story of becoming a man, and Shayne for his story on gaining more confidence and changing his whole outlook on life after an accident when he was 13.
2nd Dec '17 6:45:11 AM RhetoricalCloud
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*** Donna's medical expulsion is this. Before the Water Tank Challenge, she was easily the worst driver of the eight, and everyone predicted she would be the recipient of the title. However, she suffered an angina attack during the water tank challenge (a condition she failed to mention to the crew beforehand), which caused the show to remove her from the show out of fear of any worse medical problems.
*** Teagan, at least to the contestant perspective. While Ashley was the better technical driver of the final four and was up on the shortlist for the fourth time, Teagan was the best out of them in 2 of the three challenges and improved a lot more of his own problems than Ashely. The three females (Ashley, Amy, and Emily) were not happy about the decision (though Andrew did admit that the decision, regardless of the outcome, would not have produced a good reaction).

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*** Donna's medical expulsion is this.expulsion. Before the Water Tank Challenge, she was easily the worst driver of the eight, and everyone predicted she would be the recipient of the title. However, she suffered an angina attack during the water tank challenge (a condition she failed to mention to the crew beforehand), which caused the show to remove her from the show out of fear of any worse medical problems.
*** Teagan, at least to the contestant perspective. While Ashley was the better technical driver of the final four and was up on the shortlist for the fourth time, Teagan was the best out of them in 2 two of the three challenges and improved a lot more of his own problems than Ashely. The three females (Ashley, Amy, and Emily) were not happy about the decision (though though Andrew did admit that the decision, regardless of the outcome, would not have produced a good reaction).reaction.



*** Jamie from the same season can be this as well. Compared to her, Brad was the better technical driver, but she showed more confidence in the wheel, while Brad still hadn't fully gotten his wife to cooperate with him yet.

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*** Jamie from the same season can be this as well. Compared to her, Brad was the better technical driver, but she showed more confidence in the wheel, while Brad still hadn't had not fully gotten his wife to cooperate with him yet.



** Travis from Season 13. He improved a lot over the course of his run, but he was up against Shayne and Aaron who were shortlisted more than once. Travis got to graduate however since Shayne admitted that he had some road rage problems during a lesson with Tim, and Aaron didn't have a good run this episode.

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** Travis from Season 13. He improved a lot over the course of his run, but he was up against Shayne and Aaron Adam who were shortlisted more than once. once (In fact this was Adam's third time in a row being shortlisted). Travis got to graduate however since Shayne admitted that he had some road rage problems during a lesson with Tim, and Aaron didn't have a good run Adam only passed one challenge this episode.
28th Nov '17 1:09:13 PM RhetoricalCloud
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** Adam from Season 13 is starting to become this. He is the best driver of the final 5, and was short-listed twice in a row, but his low confidence is the major problem, and his refusal to graduate kept him in rehab in the fifth episode.[[note]](though given that it seems an unwritten rule that the fifth episode of a season always ends with no graduation, chances are if he ''had'' wanted to graduate it would have been denied on the grounds that he did poorly in the Water Tank Challenge)[[/note]]

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** Adam from Season 13 is starting to become becoming this. He is the best driver of the final 5, 4, and was short-listed twice three times in a row, but his low confidence is the major problem, and his refusal to graduate kept him in rehab in the fifth episode.[[note]](though given that it seems an unwritten rule that the fifth episode of a season always ends with no graduation, chances are if he ''had'' wanted to graduate it would have been denied on the grounds that he did poorly in the Water Tank Challenge)[[/note]]Challenge)[[/note]]
*** Shayne from the same season is becoming this as well. he is the other strongest driver so far, and probably would have graduated in Episode 6 had he not admit to the panel that he had some road rage problems during the highway lessons with Tim.


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** Travis from Season 13. He improved a lot over the course of his run, but he was up against Shayne and Aaron who were shortlisted more than once. Travis got to graduate however since Shayne admitted that he had some road rage problems during a lesson with Tim, and Aaron didn't have a good run this episode.
24th Nov '17 6:56:59 AM OlfinBedwere
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* Adam from Season 13 is starting to be this. He is the best driver of the final 5, and was short-listed twice in a row, but his low confidence is the major problem, and his refusal to graduate keeps him in rehab.

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* ** Adam from Season 13 is starting to be become this. He is the best driver of the final 5, and was short-listed twice in a row, but his low confidence is the major problem, and his refusal to graduate keeps kept him in rehab.rehab in the fifth episode.[[note]](though given that it seems an unwritten rule that the fifth episode of a season always ends with no graduation, chances are if he ''had'' wanted to graduate it would have been denied on the grounds that he did poorly in the Water Tank Challenge)[[/note]]
21st Nov '17 9:04:01 PM RhetoricalCloud
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* Adam from Season 13 is starting to be this. He is the best driver of the final 5, and was short-listed twice in a row, but his low confidence is the major problem, and his refusal to graduate keeps him in rehab.



** Season 10 had a somewhat unusual example of this trope. While the season was actually airing, Siham was by far and away the most popular contestant with the fans, who viewed her as the DistaffCounterpart of Aaron, and it helped that she generally did well in the challenges. That all changed the day after the finale aired, when she went ballistic on social media, aiming some incredibly nasty insults at the people involved with making the show, and even some implied legal threats.[[note]](While she was vague about what exactly upset her, the general jist of it seemed to be that she was ''very'' pissed off that Jason was given the final graduation instead of her, and that Cam had tried to name her the worst driver. Many of the show's fans actually ''agreed'' that Siham should have been the final graduate, but the way she handled the issue unsurprisingly turned people off of her)[[/note]] Instead, Santana is now generally regarded as the season's Ensemble Darkhorse; while an early graduate, she was also perhaps the best performer aside from George, and definitely had the best attitude toward learning.

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** Season 10 had a somewhat unusual example of this trope. While the season was actually airing, Siham was by far and away the most popular contestant with the fans, who viewed her as the DistaffCounterpart of Aaron, and it helped that she generally did well in the challenges. That all changed the day after the finale aired, when she went ballistic on social media, aiming some incredibly nasty insults at the people involved with making the show, and even some implied legal threats.[[note]](While she was vague about what exactly upset her, the general jist gist of it seemed to be that she was ''very'' pissed off that Jason was given the final graduation instead of her, and that Cam had tried to name her the worst driver. Many of the show's fans actually ''agreed'' that Siham should have been the final graduate, but the way she handled the issue unsurprisingly turned people off of her)[[/note]] Instead, Santana is now generally regarded as the season's Ensemble Darkhorse; while an early graduate, she was also perhaps the best performer aside from George, and definitely had the best attitude toward learning.



* JerkassWoobie: Angelina. ''Dear God'', Angelina. She may be ignorant at times, and show a lack of improvement but her depression, anxiety and overall mental health problems are almost enough to make her a straight example of TheWoobie. Her boot episode in Ever shows just how damaged the poor woman is.
* MilestoneCelebration: Counting the specials, the 100th episode was the penultimate episode of season 12. Andrew's monochrome lamenting of this fact [[MoodWhiplash is interrupted by a full-color marching band celebration.]]

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** Even the nominators have gotten a few fans such as:
*** Eric (Season 2 Michael's nominator) was well liked for being similar to Michael, and fans were happy to see him return for the second half of ''Ever''.
*** Baba G (Season 13 Breanna's nominator) for being a BadassGrandma, and her caring attitude to her granddaughter.
* JerkassWoobie: Angelina. ''Dear God'', Angelina. She may be ignorant at times, and show a lack of improvement but her depression, anxiety and overall mental health problems are almost enough to make her a straight example of TheWoobie. Her boot episode in Ever ''Ever'' shows just how damaged the poor woman is.
* MilestoneCelebration: MilestoneCelebration:
** They pushed the 10th season anniversary a lot with a lot of their obstacles birthday related.
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Counting the specials, the 100th episode was the penultimate episode of season 12. Andrew's monochrome lamenting of this fact [[MoodWhiplash is interrupted by a full-color marching band celebration.]]



** Jordan from Season 11 was hated for his self-centered attitude, and lack of interest in the rehab center early on. However, he managed to fix his main problems (eye sight, driving distracted), and developed a better attitude for learning, earning his graduation by Episode 6.

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** Jordan from Season 11 was hated for his self-centered attitude, and lack of interest in the rehab center early on. However, he managed to fix his main problems (eye sight, (eyesight, driving distracted), and developed a better attitude for learning, earning his graduation by Episode 6.
9th Nov '17 1:22:13 PM RhetoricalCloud
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*** Speaking of [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jillian]], a few people hate her for blowing up at her fiance Mitchell even though he was there to help. It didn't help that some people felt that she reacted terribly to being named the worst for that year.



** Bob from Season 1 is the earliest example. He was a road rager who didn't initially take rehab seriously in the beginning, but after talking with Andrew, he managed to control his temper and became the first graduate. Andrew even [[LampshadeHanging notes]] that he thought Bob would be in rehab longer.

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** Bob from Season 1 is the earliest example. He was a road rager who didn't initially take rehab seriously in the beginning, but after talking with Andrew, he managed to control his temper and became the first graduate. Andrew even [[LampshadeHanging notes]] notes that he thought Bob would be in rehab longer.



*** In any other season, Emily would have been named Canada's Worst Driver based on her lack of skillset. However, she barely managed to leave rehab without the title because Ashley's anger management problems were seen as more of an impending problem on the road. Also while Emily did get glasses to address her eyesight problems, Ashley never made any attempt to control her road rage problem (especially toward her husband).

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*** In Emily. If she was in any other season, Emily she definitely would have been named Canada's Worst Driver based on her lack of skillset. However, she barely managed to leave rehab without the title because Ashley's anger management problems were seen as more of an impending problem on the road. Also while Admittedly, Emily did get glasses to address her eyesight problems, problems while Ashley never made any attempt to control her road rage problem (especially toward her husband).
18th Sep '17 9:00:53 AM RhetoricalCloud
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** Season 12 has Mike, who had suffered a brain injury (like Aaron) turned UpToEleven (which was he had to ''relearn everything that he had ever learnt in his life'') and his commitment to learning how to drive again, despite the numerous accidents since he gotten .

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** Season 12 has had Mike, who had suffered a brain injury (like Aaron) turned UpToEleven (which was he had to ''relearn everything that he had ever learnt learned in his life'') and his commitment to learning how to drive again, despite the numerous accidents since he gotten .gotten.



* MilestoneCelebration: Counting the specials, the 100th episode was the penultimate episode of season 12. Andrew's monochrome lamenting of this fact [[MoodWhiplash is interrupted by a full color marching band celebration.]]

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* MilestoneCelebration: Counting the specials, the 100th episode was the penultimate episode of season 12. Andrew's monochrome lamenting of this fact [[MoodWhiplash is interrupted by a full color full-color marching band celebration.]]



** Arun from Season 5. He was ''not'' liked by most viewers at first, especially during the fifth episode when he displayed blatantly sexist behavior toward his wife and nearly caused about a half-dozen accidents in the lane changing rally. However, the news that fellow contestant Crystal's brother-in-law had been killed in a motoring accident later in that episode really seemed to shake him up, and after that he took rehab a lot more seriously, started behaving more reasonably toward his wife, and became the season's final graduate.

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** Arun from Season 5. He was ''not'' liked by most viewers at first, especially during the fifth episode when he displayed blatantly sexist behavior toward his wife and nearly caused about a half-dozen accidents in the lane changing rally. However, the news that fellow contestant Crystal's brother-in-law had been killed in a motoring accident later in that episode really seemed to shake him up, and after that that, he took rehab a lot more seriously, started behaving more reasonably toward his wife, and became the season's final graduate.



** Two examples in Season 8 -- Klyne started out looking like another young driver who didn't give a crap about improving, in the same mould as Colin or Scott, but he took the rehab process seriously and ended up being the third person to graduate. In fact, he could have been the ''first'' person to graduate, but actually turned the opportunity down, feeling that he still had a lot more to learn. Also from that season, Margherita was probably the worst driver (other than Kevin) in the first half of the season, and initially didn't seem to care much about improving (largely due to her nominator constantly telling her that the experts were dumb and to disregard their advice), but she eventually took the lessons on-board and improved significantly over the course of the season, eventually becoming the penultimate graduate.

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** Two examples in Season 8 -- Klyne started out looking like another young driver who didn't give a crap about improving, in the same mould mold as Colin or Scott, but he took the rehab process seriously and ended up being the third person to graduate. In fact, he could have been the ''first'' person to graduate, but actually turned the opportunity down, feeling that he still had a lot more to learn. Also from that season, Margherita was probably the worst driver (other than Kevin) in the first half of the season, and initially didn't seem to care much about improving (largely due to her nominator constantly telling her that the experts were dumb and to disregard their advice), but she eventually took the lessons on-board and improved significantly over the course of the season, eventually becoming the penultimate graduate.



** Mariah from Season 10 was an early favorite to end up as the season's worst driver, due to her lackadaisical attitude and unrepentant admission of drink-driving. Over the course of the season she made a genuine effort to improve, and fully redeemed herself by getting a "no drinking and driving" tattoo on her arm when she graduated.
** Jordan from Season 11 was hated for his self centered attitude, and lack of interest in the rehab centre early on. However, he managed to fix his main problems (eye sight, driving distracted), and developed a better attitude for learning, earning his graduation by Episode 6.

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** Mariah from Season 10 was an early favorite to end up as the season's worst driver, due to her lackadaisical attitude and unrepentant admission of drink-driving. Over the course of the season season, she made a genuine effort to improve, improve and fully redeemed herself by getting a "no drinking and driving" tattoo on her arm when she graduated.
** Jordan from Season 11 was hated for his self centered self-centered attitude, and lack of interest in the rehab centre center early on. However, he managed to fix his main problems (eye sight, driving distracted), and developed a better attitude for learning, earning his graduation by Episode 6.



** Colin (season 2) and Scott (season 6) are both InUniverse for their [[JerkAss arrogance]] and [[RedemptionRejection not taking the show seriously.]] After Scott was expelled, Paul said "Maybe this will wake him the @##! up".

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** Colin (season 2) and Scott (season 6) are both InUniverse for their [[JerkAss arrogance]] and [[RedemptionRejection not taking the show seriously.]] After Scott was expelled, Paul said said: "Maybe this will wake him the @##! up".



*** Speaking of [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jillian]], a few people hate her for blowing up at her fiance Mitchell even though he was there to help. I made no help that some people felt she reacted terribly to being named the worst for that year.

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*** Speaking of [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jillian]], a few people hate her for blowing up at her fiance Mitchell even though he was there to help. I made no It didn't help that some people felt that she reacted terribly to being named the worst for that year.



** Her attitude once she is in rehab doesn't look any better either, in fact it might be worse. She looks more focused on her phone than the challenges, and even put down Tim's and Phillipe's driving lessons and techniques during the panel section, stating that she "doesn't need to use them" even though those techniques help her to be ''safe''. She also instantly developed a visible resentment and strong dislike of '''Andrew''' for calling her out on her horrendous driving.
** It doesn't stop there, the supposed pinnacle of her Scrappiness is in Episode 4 where she disregards the "Distracted Driving Challenge" for showing how her texting can be dangerous, and somehow claims to the experts that [[BandWagonTechnique she can text and drive because everyone else is doing it]]. When Andrew and Cam call her out on it, she cusses and flips the bird at Andrew and leaves the room. And yet, despite her horrendous disrespect to the panel of judges, she isn't [[KarmaHoudini expelled because of it]], although many fans speculated at the time that the show did not expel Krystal is that the production staff does not want to give her the satisfaction of being kicked out of the show. It is later confirmed that at the time Andrew and the CWD panel thought that they still could help her and did not want to seem like they were giving up.

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** Her attitude attitude, once she is was in rehab doesn't look any better either, rehab, was not better, in fact it might be have been worse. She looks more focused on her phone than the challenges, and even put down Tim's and Phillipe's driving lessons and techniques during the panel section, stating that she "doesn't need to use them" even though those techniques help her to be ''safe''. She also instantly developed a visible resentment and strong dislike of '''Andrew''' for calling her out on her horrendous driving.
** It doesn't stop there, the supposed pinnacle of her Scrappiness is in Episode 4 where she disregards the "Distracted Driving Challenge" for showing how her texting can be dangerous, and somehow claims to the experts that [[BandWagonTechnique she can text and drive because everyone else is doing it]]. When Andrew and Cam call her out on it, she cusses and flips the bird at Andrew and leaves the room. And yet, despite her horrendous disrespect to the panel of judges, she isn't [[KarmaHoudini expelled because of it]], although many fans speculated at the time that the show did not expel Krystal is that the production staff does did not want to give her the satisfaction of being kicked out of the show. It is later confirmed that at the time Andrew and the CWD panel thought that they still could help her and did not want to seem like they were giving up.



** Bob from Season 1 is the earliest example. Was a road rager who didn't initially take rehab seriously in the beginning, but after talking with Andrew, he managed to control his temper and became the first graduate. Andrew even [[LampshadeHanging notes]] that he thought Bob would be in rehab longer.

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** Bob from Season 1 is the earliest example. Was He was a road rager who didn't initially take rehab seriously in the beginning, but after talking with Andrew, he managed to control his temper and became the first graduate. Andrew even [[LampshadeHanging notes]] that he thought Bob would be in rehab longer.



*** Teagan, at least to the contestant perspective. While Ashley was the better technical driver of the final four and was up on the short list for the fourth time, Teagan was the best out of them in 2 of the three challenges. The three females (Ashley, Amy, and Emily) were not happy about the decision (though Andrew did admit that the decision, regardless of the outcome, would not have produced a good reaction).
*** In any other season, Emily would have been named Canada's Worst Driver based on her lack of skillset. However, she barely managed to leave rehab without the title because Ashley's anger problems were seen as more of an impending problem on the road. Also while Emily did get glasses to address here eye sight problems, Ashley never made any attempt to control her road rage problem (especially toward her husband).

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*** Teagan, at least to the contestant perspective. While Ashley was the better technical driver of the final four and was up on the short list shortlist for the fourth time, Teagan was the best out of them in 2 of the three challenges.challenges and improved a lot more of his own problems than Ashely. The three females (Ashley, Amy, and Emily) were not happy about the decision (though Andrew did admit that the decision, regardless of the outcome, would not have produced a good reaction).
*** In any other season, Emily would have been named Canada's Worst Driver based on her lack of skillset. However, she barely managed to leave rehab without the title because Ashley's anger management problems were seen as more of an impending problem on the road. Also while Emily did get glasses to address here eye sight her eyesight problems, Ashley never made any attempt to control her road rage problem (especially toward her husband).



*** Scott's expulsion, especially since it was so quick. After failing the shoulder check challenge, and laughing it off, his nominator Danny had enough and cancelled his insurance effectively tomorrow. Since the rules state that all drivers must have insurance in order to drive the shows vehicles on the courses, Scott was effectively expelled from rehab in the second episode, though based on his poor attitude on learning, he would have been expelled eventually.

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*** Scott's expulsion, especially since it was so quick. After failing the shoulder check challenge, and laughing it off, his nominator Danny had enough and cancelled his insurance effectively tomorrow. Since the rules state that all drivers must have insurance in order to drive the shows vehicles on the courses, Scott was effectively expelled from rehab in the second episode, though based on his poor attitude on towards learning, he would have been expelled eventually.
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