"I'm not nervous. I'm really excited to see the guys," Lindsay shared. "I'm sure there will be some tough questions. I have no idea what to expect, but I'm not nervous."
In fact, the 32-year-old attorney said she has "something to say" to one guy in particular.
"I feel different about Lee [Garrett, since sending him home]. I've read things, I've seen things that I didn't know about him before," she said of the singer-songwriter, who came under fire for allegedly posting racist tweets.
"I don't have any questions," she explained. "I just have something to say."
Lindsay isn't sure what she plans to say when Men Tell All tapes on Friday, but one thing's for sure: she knows how to put a man in his place.
"I do a lot of that," she agreed. "I don't know how I'm going to handle it. Maybe Lee has an apology. Who knows what he's going to bring to Men Tell All."
As for another controversial contestant, DeMario Jackson -- who was eliminated for bringing his girlfriend drama to The Bachelorette, and recently made headlines for his involvement in the Bachelor in Paradise scandal -- Lindsay insists she has said her peace.
"I've pretty much said it all to DeMario the last time I saw him," she revealed. "I really don't have anything else to say, and I would think he wouldn't want to ask me a question, because I had to tell him about himself not once, twice... I don't I need to go for a third time."
"I hope [the Bachelor in Paradise controversy doesn't come up on Men Tell All]," she added. "I think we should just leave that to the investigation. It was closed. I wasn't there. Most of the guys weren't there. I just feel like it's something we shouldn't talk about if we weren't there."
Lindsay is expected to come face-to-face with castoff Dean Unglert, who shared with ET a few concerns about one man in her final three.