The Hills Preview: Some Weird, Stripper Hotel?

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Looks like - spoiler alert! - Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag are getting ready to butt heads it out once again on tonight's all-new episode of The Hills.

In the preview clip below, the buttheads hit up a couples therapist after Montag learns her smarmy man has been flirting hard core with a bartender.

Encouraged by the therapist, who is probably not even licensed, to divulge his feelings, a smiling Pratt can only muster, "I feel like I'm in a nightmare."

Heidi should just be happy he wasn't Twittering the whole time.

Unconvinced that he's taking this oh-so-authentic therapy session seriously, his plastic princess retorts, "How did you just even say that to me?"

She then tells him that he's been "emotionally checked out - in some kind of weird, stripper hotel - for a while." We have no idea what that means.

Their therapist then begs the question of Heidi Montag, regarding Spencer Pratt: "If you feel like he's checked out, what are you doing with him?"

Making money, hand over fist, would be the short answer. Check out the clip from tonight's episode of the "reality" show you love to hate ...

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