Reality TV is so much better when there are villains making things hell for the other participants.
It causes a lot of drama and results in better episodes for viewers.
There have been a lot of villains throughout the years on The Bachelor, Bachelor In Paradise, The Bachelorette and Bachelor Pad.
We've rounded up a list of the best across the entire franchise.
Scroll down for the full list.
Corinne has turned heads from her first episode on The Bachelor Season 21. She likes to cause drama and make Nick think she's the only woman in the competition.
Chad was wicked on The Bachelorette and Bachelor In Paradise. It made for great TV, but you could tell he made everyone who was on the shows with him very uneasy.
It was revealed that Justin a.k.a. "Rated R" was in a long-term relationship while he was a contestant on The Bachelorette Season 6. His girlfriend called Ali Fedotowsky to reveal the shocking news.
Courtney was a notorious rule breaker throughout her stint on The Bachelor Season 16. She seemed to think that would win her brownie points with the suitor, but he was not impressed with her. She was booed during the live reunion.
Referring to Emily Maynard's daughter as baggage was enough for him to go down as one of the worst people in Bachelor history.
Vienna felt that taunting the other contestants was the way forward on her season of The Bachelor. She came across as a horrible person, but did not seem to care. She even attempted to play the victim.
Juan Pablo Galavis
It's not very often that the suitor emerges as the villain, but that's Juan Pablo for you.
Ed came across as a nice enough person, but then the rumors started that he was a cheat - rumors that arose once again after he got engaged to Jillian Harris. He also made his way on to Bachelor Pad and ruffled even more feathers.
Rozlyn was blatantly only playing the game for the fame. She was booted from the show for having an affair with one of the producers. Yes, that really happened.
Wes was not interested in The Bachelorette. He was only interested in using the show to plug his music. Talk about an opportunist.
Tierra sought attention from Sean Lowe throughout his season of The Bachelor. She was booted after multiple arguments, but showed up at the reunion with a diamond ring, claiming she was engaged.
Michelle came across as something of an opportunist during Brad Womack's season, though she later emerged as an extremely popular figure on Bachelor Pad and Bachelor in Paradise.
JJ seemed to think he was smarter than everyone else. It was pretty pathetic. Even Amy Schumer decided to weigh in and revealed he lacked charisma.