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Bachelor fans have already tuned in to plenty of scandal, but the show's host promises that it's only getting better.

"There is so much other stuff coming up that is a legitimate big deal," Chris Harrison tells "There is so much more drama that comes that has much more to do with Jake Pavelka's emotions and the show itself."

In fact, more excitement is only an episode away.

"Next week's rose ceremony is crazy!" he hinted to Us at the Kari Feinstein Style Lounge in L.A. on Saturday.

He didn't say, however, if it promises to be more scandalous than the previous Bachelor headlines with  Bachelorette Michelle, who didn't even make it to the rose ceremony this week, and Rozlyn Papa, who departed the show after it was revealed that she had an affair with one of the show's producers. Instead, he calls the affair scandal "a little bump in the road."

"We never intended it to be that big of a deal but I think she has done a good job of making it a big deal," he says.

How does Harrison stack this season up compared to the 14 seasons of The Bachelor and five seasons of The Bachelorette?

"It’s the best ever! It's the most dramatic ever," he tells Us. "It's been good."