It's safe to say that that this season of The Bachelorette has lost a lot of steam since the show's larger-than-life villain, Chad Johnson, was sent home, and many people want him back -- including Johnson himself.
The 28-year-old real estate agent and professional "super douche" has heard the call of the fans beckoning him to return to the reality show, and has taken to Twitter to launch a campaign to get him back on the show in some capacity.
On Monday, before an all-new episode of The Bachelorette – the first since Johnson's departure – kicked off, he shared a Nic-Cage-looking-crazy meme, asking his followers, "Do you miss me yet?"
The real estate agent then made some biting digs at Joelle "JoJo" Fletcher, shaming the 25-year-old Bachelorette for kissing the other contestants (just like every Bachelor and Bachelorette have on every season of the reality dating show).
"Anybody got a solid head count of how many dudes Joelle made out with? What? All of them? Oh," he tweeted.
Anybody got a solid head count of how many dudes Joelle made out with? What? All of them? Oh. #TheBachelorette— Chad Johnson (@1ChadJohnson) June 28, 2016
Johnson also commented on how many people must have changed the channel after he got booted from the show, and began retweeting other celebs who praised his headline-grabbing antics (including Bill Simmons and Jimmy Kimmel).
What other reality shows can Chad be on? Can he be on all of them?— Bill Simmons (@BillSimmons) June 8, 2016
But Johnson’s not just an empty ego. He’s also got ideas for how he could return to the franchise, writing, "They should invite me back and I'll just stand next to Chris Harrison and provide commentary on everything #TheBachelorette #Chadisms"
With his sure-to-be-confrontational participation in the upcoming Bachelor in Paradise already confirmed, fans who want more "Bad Chad" are going to get him. But if that does turn out to be the limit of our interest in the brazen reality star, he can always take solace in the fact that he's handsome and ripped.
"No matter what happens in life.. At least I can always wake up and be like 'well... At least I'm still jacked,'" Johnson tweeted, conveniently forgetting about the inevitability of aging.
No matter what happens in life.. At least I can always wake up and be like "well... At least I'm still jacked"— Chad Johnson (@1ChadJohnson) June 29, 2016
On Monday, Johnson sat down for an interview with Andy Cohen on his SiriusXM show, Radio Andy, where the contentious contestant stirred up even more controversy by alleging that other Bachelorette suitors were cheating on their girlfriends.
"You've got all these guys on the show and they're acting all nice and like they're such good guys when at the end of the day, they're cheating on their girlfriends, half of them broke up with girlfriends to go on the show," Johnson claimed. Check out the video below to hear more.
And to find out exactly what the first episode without Chad was like, watch the video below.