List of Canada's Worst Handyman Episodes

List Of Canada's Worst Handyman Episodes

This is a list of episodes for the first season of the Canadian television series Canada's Worst Handyman, where the worst contestant, as determined by 25 challenges over 12 days, is given the dubious title.

Contestant Nominator 1 2 3 4 5 6
Barry Scot WORST IN IN IN IN IN
Darryl Sara IMP IN IN IN IN IN
Jeannie Laurence IN IN WORST IN IN IN
Keith David IN WORST IMP WORST IN CWH
Merle Shelly IN IMP IN IN WORST IN
CWH – The contestant is Canada's Worst Handyman.
WORST – The contestant is the worst of the episode.
NOM – The nominator of the contestant is the worst of the episode.
IN – The contestant was considered for the worst for this episode.
WORST - The contestant was the worst while their nominator was the most improved.
M/W – The contestant was named both the most improved and the worst for this episode.
IMP – The contestant is the most improved of the episode.
NOM – The nominator of the contestant is the most improved of the episode.
OUT – The contestant and their nominator left the show.

Read more about List Of Canada's Worst Handyman Episodes:  Format, Episode 1 – Demolition Day, Episode 2 – Toilet Training, Episode 3 – Some Assembly Required, Episode 4 – Counter Revolution: The Switcheroo, Episode 5 – Six Degrees of Renovation, Episode 6 – Curtain Call, Episode 7 – Best of The Worst

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