-- The eliminated contestants on the current season of "The Bachelorette" reunited for the "Men Tell All" special Tuesday night.
"Bachelorette" JoJo Fletcher joined host Chris Harrison and company, but finalists Jordan Rodgers and Robby Hayes were not present. JoJo obviously didn't reveal whom she's picked, but did say, "I'm really happy with how things ended and where I'm at right now."
The season finale airs next week.
Things got feisty pretty early on in the show, thanks to -- who else? -- Chad, the most divisive member of the cast. Not surprisingly, he argued with several of his fellow bachelors while sitting in the hot seat, including with Grant. It was subsequently revealed that Chad has spent time with Grant's ex-girlfriend and Robby's ex-girlfriend since he left the competition.
Nick B. tried to take things to the next level by standing up, taking off his jacket, taking a few steps toward Chad and calling him a "coward." He basically wanted to fight him, but it didn't go that far.
Chad moved on to Alex, calling him "super annoying," and Jordan, whom he claimed hated him from the beginning. Chad then alleged that Jordan is looking to parlay his "Bachelorette" fame into a broadcasting gig.
That's not all -- Chad also alleged Robby has made threats to his ex, telling her not to do interviews.
It appears Chad didn't regret his behavior in front of the "Bachelorette" cameras. When asked what his recently deceased mother would think of his time on "The Bachelorette," he said she'd think it was mostly hilarious.
Following the Chad drama, Luke came out on stage. He admitted he realized he'd held back his feelings for JoJo before his elimination, which aired on Monday night's episode. Luke, who is still single, said he still loves JoJo and that he felt anxiety attacks after he was sent home.
After JoJo emerged from backstage, she explained to Luke that when she made her decision she had to go with her gut, even after Luke finally told her that he loved her right before the rose ceremony.
The bachelor who was dismissed later in Monday night's episode, Chase, took over the hot seat. He was still confused as to why JoJo offered him the fantasy suite invitation when she ended up cancelling it later.
JoJo explained that she felt anxious when Chase told her he loved her, and didn't think it would be fair to him to spend the night with him if she knew she was going to end the relationship. She conceded that she's not sure if she handled the situation correctly. Chase said she shouldn't feel guilty about it, and they hugged it out.
The good vibes ended when Chad spoke up and criticized both finalists to JoJo, declaring that Robby broke up with his girlfriend days before he joined the show and that Jordan is a liar and a cheater whose brother -- quarterback Aaron Rodgers -- won't talk to him. JoJo refused to respond. "He loves the attention … he's not even worth my breath," she said.
In a more lighthearted moment, Vinny's mom stood up in the audience to sing the praises of her son, who, she announced, is still single.
The "Men Tell All" also featured bloopers from the season, as well as a sneak peek of "Bachelor in Paradise," premiering Aug, 2. Among its cast members: Chad.
ABC will air the season finale of "The Bachelorette" next Monday night.