History YMMV / CanadasWorstDriver

26th Jun '17 7:39:05 PM RhetoricalCloud
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** Colin (season 2) and Scott (season 6) are both InUniverse for their arrogance and not taking the show seriously. After Scott was expelled, Paul said "Maybe this will wake him the @##! up".
** Donna from Season 4, as a result of her unrepentant attitude toward drink-driving and continuing to believe that she should drive despite numerous health problems. Even the loss of her license she remained as defiant as ever in the e-mail she sent to the show.
** Dale, especially after her antics in ''Ever'', which ultimately resulted in her being expelled in the penultimate episode and made many viewers think she should have still received the title despite being expelled (and she almost did). If she wasn't hated for that, she's more likely hated for trying to ''run over'' Andrew and pass it off as a "joke".
** Kevin in season 8 and ''Ever'' was greatly disliked by viewers because [[NeverMyFault blamed everything else on his bad driving]] from the weather to his blind eye, and even swore at Andrew and snapped at him after Andrew stopped the drive when it was becoming too dangerous to continue. Kevin also snapped at some fans on the Show's Facebook page.
** Sly with some fans in ''Ever'', for breaking his distracted driving promise to Aaron from Season 7, and also to fans of Season 7's Shirley, who felt he should have still been named the worst despite his better final drive.
** Sholom in Season 11 is this for most fans. His total oblivious was just painful to watch, and failed all but one challenge. Fans of Jillian were more angry when he was passed over as the worst that season in favor of Jillian.
*** Speaking of Jillian, a few people hate her for blowing up at her fiance Mitchell even though he was there to help.

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** Colin (season 2) and Scott (season 6) are both InUniverse for their arrogance [[JerkAss arrogance]] and [[RedemptionRejection not taking the show seriously. seriously.]] After Scott was expelled, Paul said "Maybe this will wake him the @##! up".
** Donna [[DrunkDriver Donna]] from Season 4, as a result of her unrepentant attitude toward drink-driving and continuing to believe that she should drive despite numerous health problems. Even the loss of her license she remained as defiant as ever in the e-mail she sent to the show.
** Dale, [[DumbBlonde Dale]], especially after her antics in ''Ever'', which ultimately resulted in her being expelled in the penultimate episode and made many viewers think she should have still received the title despite being expelled (and she almost did). If she wasn't hated for that, she's more likely hated for trying to ''run over'' Andrew and pass it off as a "joke".
** Kevin [[NeverMyFault Kevin]] in season 8 and ''Ever'' was greatly disliked by viewers because [[NeverMyFault blamed everything else on his bad driving]] from the weather to his blind eye, and even swore at Andrew and snapped at him after Andrew stopped the drive when it was becoming too dangerous to continue. Kevin also snapped at some fans on the Show's Facebook page.
** Sly [[FatIdiot Sly]] with some fans in ''Ever'', for breaking his distracted driving promise to Aaron from Season 7, and also to fans of Season 7's Shirley, who felt he should have still been named the worst despite his better final drive.
** Sholom [[CaptainOblivious Sholom]] in Season 11 is this for most fans. His total oblivious was just painful to watch, and failed all but one challenge. Fans of Jillian were more angry when he was passed over as the worst that season in favor of Jillian.
*** Speaking of Jillian, [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jillian]], a few people hate her for blowing up at her fiance Mitchell even though he was there to help.help. I made no help that some people felt she reacted terribly to being named the worst for that year.



* Krystal in Season 12 was already hated by fans before the first episode even finished. Her driving is scary to the point of putting her nominator (and brother) in harm's way, and she argues that she isn't the worst because she hasn't killed anyone yet. Fans on Facebook say she will either be named the worst this year, or expelled like Colin and Scott.

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* Krystal in Season 12 was is quite possibley the most hated nominator on the show that it required a folder for organization.
** She
already hated by fans before the first episode even finished. Her driving in both the drive to rehab and her audition tape is scary to the point of putting her nominator (and brother) in harm's way, and she argues that she isn't the worst because she hasn't killed anyone yet. Fans on the Facebook page say she will either be named the worst this year, or expelled like Colin and Scott.



** The last episode was possibly the worst of her. She laughed when Daniella was having a hard time on the three in a car challenge, causing everyone to [[DudeNotFunny lash out on her behavior]], and ending with her leaving the car in frustrated denial. This caused her brother to refuse to look at her anymore and [[ScrewThisImOutOfHere disappeared for the rest of the episode]], although the show probably let him walk off the set for his own well being. Then her public road test was considered the worst out of the three, and her constant ignorance, infractures, and yelling at Andrew were too much for him to handle, causing Andrew to end the road test abruptly after she deliberately turn a corner sharp and fast, and him walking off and making his own way back to the rehab center in the camera car. With no needed discussion, the panel named her the worst this year (without the trophy because she didn't earn it), and she ends her tenure as the most hated contestant on the show.

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** The last episode was possibly the worst of her. She laughed when Daniella was having a hard time on the three in a car challenge, causing everyone to [[DudeNotFunny lash out on her behavior]], and ending with her leaving the car in frustrated denial. This caused her brother to refuse to look at her anymore and [[ScrewThisImOutOfHere disappeared for the rest of the episode]], although the show probably let him walk off the set for his own well being.being (he did film a final interview expressing his concern on his sisters behavior). Then her public road test was considered the worst out of the three, and her constant ignorance, infractures, and yelling at Andrew were too much for him to handle, causing Andrew to end the road test abruptly after she deliberately turn a corner sharp and fast, and him walking off and making his own way back to the rehab center in the camera car. With no needed discussion, the panel named her the worst this year (without the trophy because she didn't earn it), and she ends her tenure as the most hated contestant on the show.



*** Sean. He managed to admit that driving fast wasn't safe, and graduated right after Jodi in the same episode.

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*** Sean. He managed to admit that driving fast wasn't safe, and graduated right after Jodi in the same episode.episode (which never happened before then).



*** Chris managed to graduate from Episode 1, which normally is the episode where no one graduates. However, he was the best driver of the nine, so they didn't need to keep him around any longer.

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*** Chris managed to graduate from Episode 1, which is normally is the episode where no one graduates. However, he was the best driver of the nine, so they didn't need to keep him around any longer.



*** Tyler is another case. He didn't pass any challenges in his graduation episode, but his performance wasn't as bad as the other three, and he showed more confidence and awareness out of them.

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*** Tyler is another case. He didn't pass any challenges in his graduation episode, episode (in fact there was only [[EpicFail ''one'']] challenge pass that episode), but his performance wasn't as bad as the other three, and he showed more confidence and awareness out of them.
14th Jun '17 8:15:05 PM RhetoricalCloud
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** Sly went from a near perfect final drive in Season 7 and a promise not to drive distracted to a terrible performance in Ever. Ultimately DoubleSubverted when he had a great roadtest once again.
** Jillian from Season 11. She had the best technical skills out of all of the nominees, and could have graduated early, but she stayed on. Unfortunately, her performances dropped in the second half, and she couldn't get the confidence to drive on the roadtest.

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** Sly went from a near perfect final drive in Season 7 and a promise not to drive distracted to a terrible performance in Ever. Ultimately DoubleSubverted when he had a great roadtest road test once again.
** Jillian from Season 11. She had the best technical skills out of all of the nominees, and could have graduated early, but she stayed on. Unfortunately, her performances dropped in the second half, and she couldn't get the confidence to drive on the roadtest.road test.



** Dale, especially after her antics in ''Ever'', which ultimately resulted in her being expelled in the penultimate episode and made many viewers think she should have still received the title despite being expelled (and she almost did). If she wasn't hatted for that, she's more likely hated for trying to ''run over'' Andrew and pass it off as a "joke".

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** Dale, especially after her antics in ''Ever'', which ultimately resulted in her being expelled in the penultimate episode and made many viewers think she should have still received the title despite being expelled (and she almost did). If she wasn't hatted hated for that, she's more likely hated for trying to ''run over'' Andrew and pass it off as a "joke".



*** Speaking of Jillian, a few people hate her for blowing up at her finace Mitchell even though he was there to help.

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*** Speaking of Jillian, a few people hate her for blowing up at her finace fiance Mitchell even though he was there to help.



** The pinnacle of her Scrappyness 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 she isn't [[KarmaHoudini expelled because of it]], although many fans speculate that the most likely reason for not expelling Krystal is that the show 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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** The pinnacle of her Scrappyness 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 she isn't [[KarmaHoudini expelled because of it]], although many fans speculate that the most likely reason for not expelling Krystal is that the show 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.



*** Andrew, where Krystal constantly attacked him for pointing out (correctly) that her driving is putting others at danger, leading Andrew to state on camera that her drama is tiring him out. His breaking point was when he fustratedly had to state that Krystal's texting and driving habit was endangering the crew and showing that she did not commit to her promises of not texting and driving while moving in Episode 7. The true point however is in the final episode where her many in fractures on the road laws, combined with her road rage text dependent usage, and constant yelling at Andrew caused him to finally have enough, and call off the road test.

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*** Andrew, where Krystal constantly attacked him for pointing out (correctly) that her driving is putting others at danger, leading Andrew to state on camera that her drama is tiring him out. His breaking point was when he fustratedly frustratedly had to state that Krystal's texting and driving habit was endangering the crew and showing that she did not commit to her promises of not texting and driving while moving in Episode 7. The true point however is in the final episode where her many in fractures on the road laws, combined with her road rage text dependent usage, and constant yelling at Andrew caused him to finally have enough, and call off the road test.



* 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).



** 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.

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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.



*** 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 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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*** 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).



** Margherita from Season 8. Despite Diane having a better success rate, the experts graduated Margherita on the fact she was able to manage her emotions, fix her pedal control, and being less self centered. Andrew admitted he didn't agree with the decision, but did congratulate her nevertheless.

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** Margherita from Season 8. Despite Diane having a better success rate, the experts graduated Margherita on the fact she was able to manage her emotions, fix her pedal control, and being less self centered.self-centered. Andrew admitted he didn't agree with the decision, but did congratulate her nevertheless.



*** Ian didn't pass any challenges, but was allowed to graduate early since the experts believe he was the most aware of the personal problems he was making (that and promising to quit as a taxi driver helped his case as well). Even he was surprised on the decision. In most circumstances it would probably have been George who graduated that week, but he had a son who was just learning to drive, and the panel seemed determined not to let him graduate until they knew he wouldn't pass on any bad habits.

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*** Ian didn't pass any challenges, but was allowed to graduate early since the experts believe he was the most aware of the personal problems he was making (that and promising to quit as a taxi driver helped his case as well). Even he was surprised on at the decision. In most circumstances it would probably have been George who graduated that week, but he had a son who was just learning to drive, and the panel seemed determined not to let him graduate until they knew he wouldn't pass on any bad habits.



*** Both Sholom and Polly are a similar case with Sly above. Near the end of the season, the consensus was that Jillian would be the final graduate, and Sholom/Polly would be the "winner" and "runner up" respectively. However, while both made mistakes on their road test, Jill didn't complete the road test, and the two of them were allowed to leave (they didn't graduate though; Sholom's poor challenge record had him "fail" rehab, while Polly was named the runner up).

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*** Both Sholom and Polly are a similar case with Sly above. Near the end of the season, the consensus was that Jillian would be the final graduate, and Sholom/Polly would be the "winner" and "runner up" "runner-up" respectively. However, while both made mistakes on their road test, Jill didn't complete the road test, and the two of them were allowed to leave (they didn't graduate though; Sholom's poor challenge record had him "fail" rehab, while Polly was named the runner up).runner-up).
10th Jun '17 6:02:01 PM maxwellsilver
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** Sean from Season 2. He managed to admit that driving fast wasn't safe, and graduated right after Jodi in the same episode.

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** Sean from Season 2.2:
*** Sean.
He managed to admit that driving fast wasn't safe, and graduated right after Jodi in the same episode.



** Donna's medical expulsion from Season 4 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.

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** Season 4:
** Donna's medical expulsion from Season 4 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.



** Scott's expulsion from Season 6, 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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** Season 6:
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Scott's expulsion from Season 6, 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.



** John from Season 7. He graduated from rehab early since he promised to better his attitude after talking with Aaron. The only other person on the shortlist for that episode was Lauri, who despite doing better in the challenges, wanted to stay in rehab for a bit longer.
*** Sly from the same season is this, though not in a good way. Compared to Shirley's challenge record, he failed more than he passed, and looked to be the "winner" of that season. However, he had a flawless road test while Shirley had the worst out of the three, barely saving him from the title.

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** John from Season 7.7:
*** John.
He graduated from rehab early since he promised to better his attitude after talking with Aaron. The only other person on the shortlist for that episode was Lauri, who despite doing better in the challenges, wanted to stay in rehab for a bit longer.
*** Sly from the same season is this, though not in a good way. Compared to Shirley's challenge record, he failed more than he passed, and looked to be the "winner" of that season. However, he had a flawless road test while Shirley had the worst out of the three, barely saving him from the title.



** Henrietta from the Ever Season. Was disqualified from rehab after admitting she wasn't driving as much anymore, causing the experts to let her go in the first episode.

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** ''Ever'' Season:
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Henrietta from the Ever Season. Was was disqualified from rehab after admitting she wasn't driving as much anymore, causing the experts to let her go in the first episode.



** Ian from Season 10. Didn't pass any challenges, but was allowed to graduate early since the experts believe he was the most aware on the personal problems he was making (that and promising to quit as a taxi driver helped his case as well). Even he was surprised on the decision. In most circumstances it would probably have been George who graduated that week, but he had a son who was just learning to drive, and the panel seemed determined not to let him graduate until they knew he wouldn't pass on any bad habits.
*** Tyler from the same season is another case. He didn't pass any challenges in his graduation episode, but his performance wasn't as bad as the other three, and he showed more confidence and awareness out of them.
** Tina and Alex are this in Season 11. Both had rage issues on the road, but both of them managed to pass the "Shoulder Check" Challenge, which lead to both of them on the shortlist. When the panel couldn't agree on who to graduate out of the two, Andrew decided to graduate ''both'' of them that episode (though it could have also been that the show had nine contestants instead of the normal eight, so they needed to slim the numbers faster).

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** Ian from Season 10. Didn't 10:
*** Ian didn't
pass any challenges, but was allowed to graduate early since the experts believe he was the most aware on of the personal problems he was making (that and promising to quit as a taxi driver helped his case as well). Even he was surprised on the decision. In most circumstances it would probably have been George who graduated that week, but he had a son who was just learning to drive, and the panel seemed determined not to let him graduate until they knew he wouldn't pass on any bad habits.
*** Tyler from the same season is another case. He didn't pass any challenges in his graduation episode, but his performance wasn't as bad as the other three, and he showed more confidence and awareness out of them.
** Season 11:
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Tina and Alex are this in Season 11. Both both had rage issues on the road, but both of them managed to pass the "Shoulder Check" Challenge, which lead to both of them on the shortlist. When the panel couldn't agree on who to graduate out of the two, Andrew decided to graduate ''both'' of them that episode (though it could have also been that the show had nine contestants instead of the normal eight, so they needed to slim the numbers faster).
21st Mar '17 9:14:42 PM Explosivo25
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* Jillian from Season 11. She had the best technical skills out of all of the nominees, and could have graduated early, but she stayed on. Unfortunately, her performances dropped in the second half, and she couldn't get the confidence to drive on the roadtest.

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* ** Jillian from Season 11. She had the best technical skills out of all of the nominees, and could have graduated early, but she stayed on. Unfortunately, her performances dropped in the second half, and she couldn't get the confidence to drive on the roadtest.
20th Mar '17 4:21:50 PM Drakkenmensch
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** Angelina in ''Ever''. Seeing her slowly descend into a sobbing BrokenBird is heartbreaking, you just want to hug her and let her know that the world is not all out against her.
20th Mar '17 8:00:46 AM OlfinBedwere
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** Daniella from Season 12 generally did well in the challenges throughout the season, but consciously or otherwise kept talking herself out of graduating by admitting that she still felt very nervous about the idea of driving in public. It ultimately culminated in her completely losing it on the highway segment of her final drive and Andrew having to make every decision for her, with only Krystal's trainwreck of a final drive preventing Daniella from being named (or even considered as) the worst.
25th Feb '17 7:08:03 PM RhetoricalCloud
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** Paul from Season 6, despite being the best that season, didn't graduate until the fourth episode (the first case was Scott's expulsion, and the second case was that Cam barred him from graduating as he failed the Icy Corner Challenge). Brad was shortlisted two times, but his main problem was that his wife was more in control of the decisions than himself. He did manage to become the last graduate though.



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



** Dale, especially after her antics in ''Ever'', which ultimately resulted in her being expelled in the penultimate episode and made many viewers think she should have still received the title despite being expelled (and she almost did).

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** Dale, especially after her antics in ''Ever'', which ultimately resulted in her being expelled in the penultimate episode and made many viewers think she should have still received the title despite being expelled (and she almost did). If she wasn't hatted for that, she's more likely hated for trying to ''run over'' Andrew and pass it off as a "joke".



** Sholom in Season 11 is this for most fans. His total oblivious was just painful to watch, and failed all but one challenge. Fans of Jillian were more angry when he was passed over as the worst that season in favor of Jillian

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** Sholom in Season 11 is this for most fans. His total oblivious was just painful to watch, and failed all but one challenge. Fans of Jillian were more angry when he was passed over as the worst that season in favor of Jillian Jillian.
*** Speaking of Jillian, a few people hate her for blowing up at her finace Mitchell even though he was there to help.



** Krystal in Season 12 was already hated by fans before the first episode even finished. Her driving is scary to the point of putting her nominator (and brother) in harm's way, and she argues that she isn't the worst because she hasn't killed anyone yet. Fans on Facebook say she will either be named the worst this year, or expelled like Colin and Scott.
*** 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.
*** The pinnacle of her Scrappyness 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 she isn't [[KarmaHoudini expelled because of it]], although many fans speculate that the most likely reason for not expelling Krystal is that the show 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.
*** Her driving skills and behavior only went FromBadToWorse as Season 12 progressed, and it didn't look pretty. By the time Episode 5 & 6 aired, she is now constantly arguing with her nominator (and brother) Steven, starts refusing to do challenges because she believes that Andrew and Steven is the problem, throwing angry temper outbursts and tantrums and keeps blaming other people for making her feel bad. By Episode 7, her fights with Steven turned physical and she is now being openly hostile to the panel of experts and Andrew himself. Even Andrew asks about the open hostility, and finds out that Krystal thinks that he is the problem.
*** Also, in a terrible record first that could be predicted as early as Episode 1, Krystal managed to upset, anger and piss off the entire CWD panel of experts with her wild and dangerous behaviors, in the order listed below:
*** Andrew, where Krystal constantly attacked him for pointing out (correctly) that her driving is putting others at danger, leading Andrew to state on camera that her drama is tiring him out. His breaking point was when he fustratedly had to state that Krystal's texting and driving habit was endangering the crew and showing that she did not commit to her promises of not texting and driving while moving in Episode 7. The true point however is in the final episode where her many in fractures on the road laws, combined with her road rage text dependent usage, and constant yelling at Andrew, caused him to finally have enough, and call of the road test.

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** * Krystal in Season 12 was already hated by fans before the first episode even finished. Her driving is scary to the point of putting her nominator (and brother) in harm's way, and she argues that she isn't the worst because she hasn't killed anyone yet. Fans on Facebook say she will either be named the worst this year, or expelled like Colin and Scott.
*** ** 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.
*** ** The pinnacle of her Scrappyness 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 she isn't [[KarmaHoudini expelled because of it]], although many fans speculate that the most likely reason for not expelling Krystal is that the show 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.
*** ** Her driving skills and behavior only went FromBadToWorse as Season 12 progressed, and it didn't look pretty. By the time Episode 5 & 6 aired, she is now constantly arguing with her nominator (and brother) Steven, starts refusing to do challenges because she believes that Andrew and Steven is the problem, throwing angry temper outbursts and tantrums and keeps blaming other people for making her feel bad. By Episode 7, her fights with Steven turned physical and she is now being openly hostile to the panel of experts and Andrew himself. Even Andrew asks about the open hostility, and finds out that Krystal thinks that he is the problem.
*** ** Also, in a terrible record first that could be predicted as early as Episode 1, Krystal managed to upset, anger and piss off the entire CWD panel of experts with her wild and dangerous behaviors, in the order listed below:
*** Andrew, where Krystal constantly attacked him for pointing out (correctly) that her driving is putting others at danger, leading Andrew to state on camera that her drama is tiring him out. His breaking point was when he fustratedly had to state that Krystal's texting and driving habit was endangering the crew and showing that she did not commit to her promises of not texting and driving while moving in Episode 7. The true point however is in the final episode where her many in fractures on the road laws, combined with her road rage text dependent usage, and constant yelling at Andrew, Andrew caused him to finally have enough, and call of off the road test.



*** The last episode was possibly the worst of her. She laughed when Daniella was having a hard time on the three in a car challenge, causing everyone to [[DudeNotFunny lash out on her behavior]], and ending with her leaving the car in frustrated denial. This caused her brother to refuse to look at her anymore and [[ScrewThisImOutOfHere disappeared for the rest of the episode]], although the show probably let him walk off the set for his own well being. Then her public road test was considered the worst out of the three, and her constant ignorance, infractures, and yelling at Andrew were too much for him to handle, causing Andrew to end the road test abruptly after she deliberately turn a corner sharp and fast, and him walking off and making his own way back to the rehab center in the camera car. With no needed discussion, the panel names her the worst this year (without the trophy because she didn't earn it), and she ends her tenure as the most hated person on the show.

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*** ** The last episode was possibly the worst of her. She laughed when Daniella was having a hard time on the three in a car challenge, causing everyone to [[DudeNotFunny lash out on her behavior]], and ending with her leaving the car in frustrated denial. This caused her brother to refuse to look at her anymore and [[ScrewThisImOutOfHere disappeared for the rest of the episode]], although the show probably let him walk off the set for his own well being. Then her public road test was considered the worst out of the three, and her constant ignorance, infractures, and yelling at Andrew were too much for him to handle, causing Andrew to end the road test abruptly after she deliberately turn a corner sharp and fast, and him walking off and making his own way back to the rehab center in the camera car. With no needed discussion, the panel names named her the worst this year (without the trophy because she didn't earn it), and she ends her tenure as the most hated person contestant on the show.



*** 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 decison, 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 without the title because Ashley's anger problems kept 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 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 decison, 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 without the title because Ashley's anger problems kept 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).



*** 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.



*** Chris managed to graduate from Episode 1, which normally is the episode where no one graduates. However, he was the best driver of the nine, so they didn't need to keep him on any longer.

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*** Chris managed to graduate from Episode 1, which normally is the episode where no one graduates. However, he was the best driver of the nine, so they didn't need to keep him on around any longer.



*** Tyler from the same season is another case. He didn't pass any challenges in his graduation episode, but his performance wasn't as bad as the other three, and he had more confidence and awareness out of them.

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*** Tyler from the same season is another case. He didn't pass any challenges in his graduation episode, but his performance wasn't as bad as the other three, and he had showed more confidence and awareness out of them.



*** Jordan. He had a better attitude compared to his ItsAllAboutMe attitude in the beginning, but Renee had a better attitude overall, and was technically better than Jordan. However, when Renee mentioned that she wouldn't drive her son on the highway just yet, the show felt to keep her for one more week and graduated Jordan instead.

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*** Jordan. He had a better attitude compared to his ItsAllAboutMe attitude in the beginning, but Renee had a better attitude overall, and was technically better than Jordan. However, when Renee mentioned that she wouldn't drive her son on the highway just yet, the show felt to keep her around for one more week and graduated Jordan instead.



** Season 12's Mike is one, considering his tragic backstory.

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** Season 12's Mike is one, considering his tragic backstory. Just think of Aaron, but UpToEleven.
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** Sly went from a near perfect final drive in Season 7 and a promise not to drive distracted to a terrible performance in Ever. Ultimately DoubleSubverted when he had a great roadtest once again

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** Sly went from a near perfect final drive in Season 7 and a promise not to drive distracted to a terrible performance in Ever. Ultimately DoubleSubverted when he had a great roadtest once againagain.
* Jillian from Season 11. She had the best technical skills out of all of the nominees, and could have graduated early, but she stayed on. Unfortunately, her performances dropped in the second half, and she couldn't get the confidence to drive on the roadtest.



** Mariah from Season 10 was an early favourite 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.

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** Mariah from Season 10 was an early favourite 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.



*** Andrew, where Krystal constantly attacked him for pointing out (correctly) that her driving is putting others at danger, leading Andrew to state on camera that her drama is tiring him out. His breaking point was when she fustratedly had to state that Krystal's texting and driving habit was endangering the crew and showing that she did not commit to her promises of not texting and driving while moving in Episode 7. The true point however is in the final episode where her many in fractures on the road laws, combined with her road rage text dependent usage, and constant yelling at Andrew, caused him to finally have enough, and call of the road test.

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*** Andrew, where Krystal constantly attacked him for pointing out (correctly) that her driving is putting others at danger, leading Andrew to state on camera that her drama is tiring him out. His breaking point was when she he fustratedly had to state that Krystal's texting and driving habit was endangering the crew and showing that she did not commit to her promises of not texting and driving while moving in Episode 7. The true point however is in the final episode where her many in fractures on the road laws, combined with her road rage text dependent usage, and constant yelling at Andrew, caused him to finally have enough, and call of the road test.



*** The last episode was possibly the worst of her. She laughed when Daniella was having a hard time on the three in a car challenge, causing everyone to [[DudeNotFunny lash out on her behavior]], and ending with her leaving the car in frustrated denial. This caused her brother to refuse to look at her anymore and [[ScrewThisImOutOfHere disappeared for the rest of the episode]], although the show probably let him walk off the set for his own wellbeing. Then her public road test was considered the worst out of the three, and her constant ignorance, infractures, and yelling at Andrew were too much for him to handle, causing Andrew to end the road test abruptly after she deliberately turn a corner sharp and fast, and him walking off and making his own way back to the rehab center in the camera car. With no needed discussion, he panel names her the worst this year (without the trophy because she didn't earn it), and she ends her tenure as the most hated person on the show.

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*** The last episode was possibly the worst of her. She laughed when Daniella was having a hard time on the three in a car challenge, causing everyone to [[DudeNotFunny lash out on her behavior]], and ending with her leaving the car in frustrated denial. This caused her brother to refuse to look at her anymore and [[ScrewThisImOutOfHere disappeared for the rest of the episode]], although the show probably let him walk off the set for his own wellbeing.well being. Then her public road test was considered the worst out of the three, and her constant ignorance, infractures, and yelling at Andrew were too much for him to handle, causing Andrew to end the road test abruptly after she deliberately turn a corner sharp and fast, and him walking off and making his own way back to the rehab center in the camera car. With no needed discussion, he the panel names her the worst this year (without the trophy because she didn't earn it), and she ends her tenure as the most hated person on the show.



*** Chris managed to graduate from Episode 1, which normally is the episode where no one graduates. However, he was the best driver of the nine, so they didn't need to keep him on any longer.



** Tina and Alex are this in Season 11. Both had rage issues on the road, but both of them managed to pass the "Shoulder Check" Challenge, which lead to both of them on the shortlist. When the panel couldn't agree on who to graduate out of the two, Andrew decided to graduate ''both'' of them that episode.

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** Tina and Alex are this in Season 11. Both had rage issues on the road, but both of them managed to pass the "Shoulder Check" Challenge, which lead to both of them on the shortlist. When the panel couldn't agree on who to graduate out of the two, Andrew decided to graduate ''both'' of them that episode. episode (though it could have also been that the show had nine contestants instead of the normal eight, so they needed to slim the numbers faster).
*** Jordan. He had a better attitude compared to his ItsAllAboutMe attitude in the beginning, but Renee had a better attitude overall, and was technically better than Jordan. However, when Renee mentioned that she wouldn't drive her son on the highway just yet, the show felt to keep her for one more week and graduated Jordan instead.
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** Jillian in Season 11 is this for most fans. She lashes out at her fiance for her mistakes, and reacted terribly when she was named the worst .

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** Jillian Sholom in Season 11 is this for most fans. She lashes out at her fiance for her mistakes, His total oblivious was just painful to watch, and reacted terribly failed all but one challenge. Fans of Jillian were more angry when she he was named passed over as the worst . worst that season in favor of Jillian
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