Rob Kardashian is gonna do whatever needs to be done to save his career - er, we mean relationship with Blac Chyna.
In the clip, Rob tells Chyna, "I think seeing somebody to talk to or whatever, I mean it's not gonna hurt to just try it out."
"I personally don't really agree with the whole thing, but I'm more than willing to try it out and do that if it's gonna benefit you and I," he says.
He continued, telling the camera, that his not-quite brother-in-law, Scott Disick, suggested therapy, since it worked such wonders for him and Kourtney.
"Scott suggested therapy," he said.
"I'm obviously more than willing to do whatever it takes for Chyna," Rob continued, "and I'm willing to try it."
Throughout the clip, it's apparent that Chyna's brain cells are all but being dissolved by the fetus she's gestating, as she doesn't do much but sit and vapidly smirk.
She did say, however, if you were able to decipher it, "I mean, I know like how against it you was, and like, opening up to, like, a stranger probably would make you feel uncomfortable."
Chyna continued, "But I'm glad that you are, like, willing to do something to, like, save our relationship or make me feel comfortable."
Counting the amount of times she used "like" in her verbiage, it's almost hard to understand her without actually writing it all down and running a fine-tooth comb over it.
As for their foray into the wild world of couples therapy, we don't personally suggest it.
Rob and Chyna are as unstable as two people in a relationship can be, and while it might solve problems in the interim, there's gonna be a massive amount of drama after the baby comes.
If they're doing this all for ratings, shame on them.
Fighting, feuding with family members, being in and out of their shared home - this is no way to raise a child, unless they're looking to raise another Kardashian.
Frankly, we're kind of hopeful that this show gets the boot once and for all, and Rob and Chyna quit while they're ahead, cutting their losses.
Or at least before their baby's born - and it's due in just four weeks.
Hopefully they'll have their crap together by then, but it's doubtful.