It’s been three years since Ryan Serhant greeted America with his bare behind in the opening scene of Million Dollar Listing: New York’s season two premiere -- a moment he says he will never live down.
“People remind me every day,” Ryan confesses to ET.
We caught up with the reality TV real estate agent and his co-star, Luis Ortiz, at YouTube Space New York, where they reflected on how much things have changed over the last few years.
“I don’t even remember what happened in season two,” Luis jokes. “You know the letters you’ve been getting that people miss the ‘old’ Ryan? They miss your butt cheeks.”
“Well, they haven’t gone anywhere, the cheeks,” Ryan says, teasing that he’ll hopefully get to bare all again in season six.
“Or [at] the wedding,” he adds. Ryan is set to wed his fiancee, Emilia Bechrakis, in Greece this summer.
For now, the guys are focused on season five of the hit Bravo show, which premiered last month. Luis and Ryan say this season is bigger than ever before.
“It’s intense for sure,” Ryan shares. “That’s what makes the show interesting. It’s not just all flowers and rainbows, you know? It’s the ups and downs of our business, and they will show anything.”
“There’s always a lens somewhere,” Luis notes.
“Yeah, I turn around like, ‘Oh, s**t, I’m on a reality show!’” Ryan says.
Check out a clip from this week’s all-new (and dramatic) episode, featuring Ryan and Luis’ co-star, Fredrik Eklund.
Luis and Ryan say they’re always surprised at how quick the audience is to judge, but share that they’re actually their own worst critics when it comes to watching their lives play out on screen.
“He’ll call me and be like, ‘Dude, I look so bad!’” Ryan reveals. “I’m like, ‘No, I look so bad! You look great, me though…’”
“That’s actually true!” Luis adds. “I think I look bad, he thinks he looks bad. I think he looks great, he thinks I look great…”
From the sound of it, there will be a lot more moments of questioning how good, or bad, the guys look in the upcoming episodes.
“This season gets pretty crazy,” Ryan says. “I just know, thinking back from what we have filmed anyway, it’s pretty insane.”
“It’s very, very personal,” he continues. “And I know from what we filmed for at least the last two episodes, anyway, what’s going to be in there, is going to be incredibly shocking to people … I can’t tell you, but I know that I’m incredibly scared.”
“I’ll tell you something,” Luis interjects, “People at the end of the season, people are going to be shocked.”
“They’re going to have no idea what hit them,” Ryan adds. “It is like, totally, it totally switches gears from everything they’ve ever seen.”
Million Dollar Listing: New York airs Thursday nights on Bravo at 9 p.m. ET. The rest of season five will also document Ryan’s wedding planning -- and possibly dive deeper into Luis’ romantic life. Check out the video below to find out why the 29-year-old has 444 Tinder matches, but still can’t get a date!