Joey has already narrowed down his pool of 32 beautiful bachelorettes to 18 women during the first two Rose Ceremonies of his season.
And while Joey has quite a few decisions to make before Fantasy Suites, those special off-camera overnight dates -- and how Joey approached or handled them -- are already on viewers' minds.
"I think with Fantasy Suites, what's most important is that's a very private time that you're supposed to keep with the people that you're in [them with]," Joey toldParade in an interview that was published after his The Bachelor premiere.
Joey therefore admitted he has no intention of spilling details about his Fantasy Suites to anyone.
"I was as respectful and understanding as I could be at the time, and I respect each and every one of those women to have that be something that's kind of [just] between us," Joey explained.
During a separate interview with People, Joey pointed out how Fantasy Suites are "a huge part of this whole process" and so he certainly didn't take them lightly.
"It's just uninterrupted time," Joey said, when explaining the significance of overnight dates on The Bachelor franchise.
"You get to really have deep conversations; you get to learn more about them."
But Joey reiterated how fans shouldn't expect to find out what happened behind closed doors.
"What I'll try to do is keep the Fantasy Suites in the Fantasy Suites," Joey told the magazine.
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"I think that's a very personal time between the two people. I'm not going to comment much on it other than that I know it's an important time and people will see how everything plays out."
On The Bachelor's Season 28 premiere, Joey eliminated the following 10 bachelorettes: Chandler Dewgard, Eleni "Lanie" Latsios, Kayla Rodgers, Kyra Brusch, Natalie "Nat" Crepeau, Samantha "Sam" Hale, Samantha Washington, Sandra Rabadi, Talyah Jackson, and Zoe Antona.
Joey gave his coveted First Impression Rose to Lea Cayanan, a 23-year-old account manager from Waipahu, HI. Lea had met Joey on the After the Final Rose special for Charity Lawson's The Bachelorette season last year.
Joey was impressed that Lea had decided to throw her special advantage -- the ability to steal a one-on-one date from another woman during the season -- into the fireplace. Joey thought Lea's selfless act showed maturity and grace.
Not only did Joey connect with Lea, but he also established several other strong connections during the show's debut episode.
Joey said of Jessica "Jess" Edwards, a 24-year-old executive assistant from San Diego, CA, that she's "someone I could see building a life with, 100 percent."
Joey shared how he "definitely felt a bit of a spark" with Jenn Tran, a 25-year-old physician assistant student from Miami, FL, and he thought Daisy Kent, a 25-year-old account executive from Becker, MN, is a "gorgeous" woman.
Joey gushed to The Bachelor cameras of Daisy, "I was blown away as soon as she got out of the truck. She has this soft spoken demeanor that pulls you in and is captivating. I'm drawn to it and I want to know so much more."