The MAFs star said he was promised by producers that the show would be a "fair dinkum" way of finding love.
"Three months later, I wish I never did the bloody thing. It was like anything. You get promised one thing and what you get given is the complete opposite," he said.
The humble country bloke went on to explain how the producers manipulated its contestants down certain paths in attempts to spark outrage and controversy aka ratings.
"It was sort've like going into Just Jeans and just wanting to buy a shirt, but next minute you're buying a belt, shoes and socks," he said.
"It's the extra salt and pepper they rack on top of it. You get pushed and prodded into certain areas that you didn't know was possible."
Mr Gould said he thought it was strange that one of the contestants, Matthew Bennett, 29, appeared on the show as a virgin.
"He's a 29-year-old virgin that goes on national television and loses his virginity. It's like Chewbacca living on Endor with a bunch of wookiee's, it's just a bunch of ewoks. It just doesn't make sense," he said.
While some of the contestants were good people in his eyes, a lot of them were on the show for ulterior motives.
That being his ex-wife, Jessika Power.
Mick's knee jerk reaction?
"Thank Christ I wasn't legally married to her," he continued to say how he could tell by the third or fourth day that it was all about her - hence why nothing happened between them.
"She was batting eyelids at a few of the boys early on, hitting up another bloke and ending up with another bloke. Jessika is as thick as two short planks."
Mr Gould said it was frustrating that as a contestant you had to lie to the public while the show is still running.
"A lot of people would ask if I was still with Jessika in the show, you can't just say 'no, she played up like a second-hand lawn mower, you can't say that. You basically have to lie to people which is Jessika's forte, but not mine."
After comparing all of Micks Instagram posts we can really see just how fed up the man really was all this time!