"If you're liking what you're seeing now, like, I love how people are like, 'Oh my God, I am loving this! This is so great.' And I'm like, 'If you like it now -- and I'm not just saying this to tease it up -- but oh my God, if you think that's something, you have no idea what happens," Hannah told the former The Bachelor star.
"I'm like, 'Oh my God, you're into it right now?! Well, I thought the first few episodes were okay.'"
So far this season, Luke Parker is the center of drama. The handsome, confident suitor is butting heads with Luke Stone as well as the rest of the bachelors.
But in addition to all of the chaos surrounding Luke P., Hannah also had to deal with Cam Ayala allegedly sharing a sob story in order to receive a pity rose and Scott Anderson allegedly having a girlfriend back home.
"There's just so much, like, [how] do I even give a specific [about what's to come?" Hannah said on the podcast.
Hannah went on to say she was very in tune with her emotions while filming The Bachelorette, and since she processes things verbally, very little will be left to the imagination for viewers this season.
"I always say choices lead and feelings follow, but that's really hard for me. And sometimes I know my feeling and I make the choice to go with my feeling... and decide where that's going to go," Hannah explained.
"Every relationship that I will end, when I end it, it's closed. So I will have times when I need to figure out my feelings and know them completely to be able to shut the door and not look back. And you'll see me process that."
Hannah continued, "I want to explore every single relationship until the end so I don't have to question, 'Was that because this or that? No, it was because I don't want to be with you. Great person -- but I don't want to be with you."