ET recently caught up with one of the most infamous villains in the reality show's history at the "Men Tell All" taping in Los Angeles, where the 28-year-old Oklahoma native said he felt like certain aspects of his personality were misunderstood.
"In some aspects, I think I am [misunderstood]," Chad tells ET's Lauren Zima. "I mean, I think people got to see a lot of my sides. They got to see, you know, my humor, they got to see, you know, the way I was with a girl. I think that the way I was in the house sometimes was maybe portrayed a little weird, but what can you do?"
"Honestly, I haven't been in a fight in, like, five years. I don't ever get in fights," the luxury real estate agent insists. "If somebody annoys me, I just walk off, do my own thing, but the fact of the matter is, when you're in a show like that, you can't leave. You're stuck with all these dudes, so ..."
Chad says he wasn't actually familiar with The Bachelor prior to filming.
"No, never!" he stresses when asked if he ever watched the hit ABC show. "I watched, like, four minutes of the last Bachelor before I came. I probably should have watched more, but I thought I would just come in with the right attitude."
Chad now has some sincere advice for those looking to audition for the program.
"Figure out what you're looking for ... Don't come on the show not actually looking for a relationship and break somebody's heart," he says. "Or, if you are the person in charge of making the decisions, don't break the people coming on the show's hearts because people actually have feelings, and this isn't just a publicity stunt for a lot of people. This is something that people come into actually looking for a relationship in a very weird way."