Right when you think Bachelor Nation can't stand Harrison saying the phrase "most dramatic season ever" anymore, he's now using it to describe Ben Higgins' journey ahead.
"There is no better way to start 2016 than with a big dose of Bachelor love and drama. The first night was full of twists and turns, and there are many more to come in what I have to say is definitely the most dramatic season in Bachelor history," the show host wrote in his Yahoo TV! blog.
As shown in Season 20's debut episode, Lace Morris is probably the girl to watch out for when it comes to cattiness and chaos. Not only did she snag the first kiss from Higgins and get drunk, she also spoke badly of some of the bachelorettes behind their backs and confronted Higgins after the first Rose Ceremony for not making eye contact with her.
"Lace is beautiful and bold, but she's also clearly very unpredictable. Pulling Ben aside and confronting him after the first Rose Ceremony is a move I've never seen before. I have a feeling we'll be seeing more of Lace in the coming week, and it's pretty clear that Ben is going to have to navigate that relationship carefully," Harrison said.
Aside from Morris, it's hard to imagine Higgins' season being so "dramatic" since he comes across as such a sweet, sensitive guy.
"Ben is perhaps the most genuine, most caring, most sincere Bachelor we've ever had, and he came into this season ready to find the woman of his dreams," Harrison wrote in his blog.
That special woman could ultimately be Becca Tilley or Amber James, who both competed on Chris Soules' season of The Bachelor and received roses during Monday night's broadcast. James also appeared on Bachelor in Paradise's second edition last summer.
"We know Becca and Amber well, and we know that they came with sincere intentions, but of course whether or not they stayed was completely up to Ben. He decided to treat them no differently than anyone else and to not hold their past experiences against them. At the end of the night, he just had a better connection with them than with some of the other women," explained Harrison.
Higgins' season promises to be "full of hope and promise," according to The Bachelor host, as both Higgins and the women have "open hearts and minds."
"There is a ton of romance, possibly more than we've ever seen," he acknowledged.
The Bachelor airs Monday nights at 8PM ET/PT on ABC, followed by a one-hour talk show hosted by Harrison called Bachelor Live.