"I think, oh my gosh, if there's an episode you want to watch, that's the one. That's the one you're going to be watching the screen in disbelief, like, 'What is going on?! This is crazy!'" Tyler teased on the latest episode of the "Talking It Out with Bachelor Nation" podcast co-hosted by Mike Johnson and Bryan Abasolo.
"You just see 'the real' come out and then you just see some people stick up for themselves that you never expected."
The Bachelorette 19 star Rachel Recchia, who also attended the reunion taping, revealed on the "Bachelor Happy Hour" podcast last week that the event was "insane," adding, "I think this has to be, probably, the messiest reunion that's ever going to happen!"
"The amount of people that were just, like, coming at each other's necks -- whom you would never expect -- I was like, 'Where is this coming from?!' It was absolutely crazy," Rachel said.
And Tyler apparently agrees, telling Mike and Bryan that the reunion is "just wild."
"Because there's so much that happens in the real world that viewers don't get a chance to see, so they want to know about it," Tyler explained.
Victoria, although she had been falling in love with Johnny DePhillipo on the show, has recently been spotted looking cozy with The Bachelorette alum Greg Grippo, prompting rumors Victoria may have split up with Johnny and she's dating Greg now.
And Tyler was romantically involved with Brittany on Bachelor in Paradise, so fans are waiting to see what happened between them on the show and whether they're still together now.
"And then the last one," Tyler continued on the podcast. "Who should be the last one? I'll just throw it in there, umm, [Kira Mengistu]."
Kira dated multiple men in Paradise but was eliminated at a Rose Ceremony. However, she returned to the beach and asked Romeo Alexander to leave with her, and he agreed.
Based on Tyler's teaser, Bryan pointed out how the women clearly had a lot to say at the reunion.
"Maybe, yeah, [but] the guys have a lot to say [too]," Tyler clarified.
Tyler then gave a shoutout to his "boy," Johnny.
"You start to see somebody, like, the real them come out. Johnny originally didn't want to get engaged, nothing like that. He's been against it; he's still against it," Tyler said.
"But he's just getting more emotionally mature on the beach, and you start to see how sweet and genuine the guy is. And I became so close to him just because I could relate on so many different things."
Tyler said just because Johnny has "that bad-boy look" to him as well as a smooth way of talking, he's "so much different" in real life from what people have been seeing on television.
"You see a real genuine guy when you meet him," Tyler noted.
Rachel confirmed last week that love stories will definitely come out of this season -- and maybe even some "rekindling" -- but she suggested "The Split" twist was likely to blame for all the tension she had witnessed on the stage that day at the reunion.
"This time, I think maybe the switch week might have played a part in that, them not having as much as time together, but there is of course still gonna be love at the end of the day," Rachel shared with Becca Kufrin and Michelle Young.