List Of Canada's Worst Handyman 2 Episodes
This is a list of episodes from Canada's Worst Handyman 2, the second season of the Canadian television series that seeks to find the worst handyman in the country. Airdates listed are the first air dates on Discovery Channel Canada – the date of availability on Discovery Broadband Canada is one week after this date. The Discovery Broadband version also airs one additional segment, called "Can-Cam confessions", with extra footage.
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- 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.
- 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.
- IMP - The contestant and their nominator are both the most improved for the episode.
- WORST - The contestant and their nominator are both the most improved for the episode.
Read more about List Of Canada's Worst Handyman 2 Episodes: Episode 1: Starting From Scratch, Episode 2: Electric Circus, Episode 3: Sealing The Deal, Episode 4: Clear As Mud, Episode 5: in Too Deep, Episode 6: The Finishing Touches, Episode 7: Hanging By A Thread, Episode 8: Raising The Roof, Episode 9: Special Delivery
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