Rachel Lindsay's The Bachelorette journey to find her future husband is going to be a wild ride, according to host Chris Harrison.

The Bachelorette's thirteenth season is only two weeks in, but viewers have already watched a feud unfold between Lucas "Whaboom" Yancey and Blake Elarbee as well as major drama when DeMario Jackson was confronted by his girlfriend whom he allegedly left high and dry at home to compete on the show for Lindsay's heart.

"This journey has only just begun and I have a feeling this season is going to be one of the craziest love stories ever told," Harrison teased in his Yahoo! TV blog.

In Episode 2 of the reality dating series, a group of Lindsay's bachelors had to complete a six-obstacle course to prove they could be "husband material" and take care of a child while multi-tasking household chores.

Hollywood couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis oversaw the event and offered Lindsay their support.

"The first date was really a lot of fun. Mila and Ashton contacted us and let us know that they wanted to help Rachel find a man. They're such a charming couple and so much fun, and that dynamic is exactly what Rachel is looking for. So, the men were put to the test," Harrison wrote.

"Changing diapers and vacuuming are only some of the things you're going to have to do as a Dad, and if you're serious about finding a wife, it's time to learn how to accomplish these tasks. Also, we knew it was going to be very fun to watch."

Following the date, Lindsay got to know some of her suitors better, including Lucas, Blake, Dean Unglert, Fred Johnson, and Kenny Layne. She admitted, however, chemistry was lacking with most of the men prior to her standout alone time with Unglert.

"The first night was bizarre. Between the nonsense fighting between Lucas and Blake and the fear the guys seemed to feel around Rachel, what usually is a romantic night took a turn for the weird," Harrison said.

"It wasn't until after their rose that Dean finally got around to leaning in for the kiss, but when he did, it was a good one, as both he and Rachel attested."

Lindsay then embarked on a one-on-one date with Peter Kraus and her dog Copper. They went to "Bark Fest," a festival designed for dogs.

"Some first dates are just easy as can be and that was the case for Peter and Rachel. They were both so open and honest and they were really listening to each other," Harrison explained in his blog.

"I know it seems obvious but so often people are just waiting for their turn to talk. These two were connecting. And there were fireworks. I'll just leave that joke there for you to enjoy."

Lindsay's last date of the week was a basketball group date in which her guys played a game against each other in two teams. Once the game was over, Jackson's girlfriend from home, Lexi, arrived and confronted Lindsay about her bachelor's betrayal and lies.

Lexi claimed to Lindsay that Jackson had been dating and having sex with her right up until he cut off communication -- with no alleged explanation -- several days before he appeared on Nick Viall's The Bachelor: After the Final Rose special to meet and get to know Rachel before filming for The Bachelorette commenced.

Harrison noted the entire place "exploded" when Lexi showed up and "dropped her bomb on the place."

"It's impossible to ever know the full story behind anything, but the fact that DeMario said 'Who's this?' when he saw Lexi says a lot. He was obviously thrown off and was incapable of even forming a sentence," Harrison said.

"We can get more into that next week, because as you can see, DeMario had some time to formulate his thoughts and returned to the mansion, in an Uber, apparently, to try to get a second chance. Will Rachel give it to him? We'll find out next week!"