"I'm trying to take this drill and just apply it to everyday life," says Sattler

Well this is … new.

In an exclusive sneak peek at , the couples are surprised – literally shocked, in fact – when they’re asked to put electrified collars on their wrists as a therapy exercise. The kicker is, their partners get to hold the trigger. (So basically the lesson is, do not say or do anything to upset your significant other.)

“They look like something you’d put on a wild animal,” Bachelor in Paradise vet Cody Sattler says.

“Which is basically what you are,” responds girlfriend and Bachelor alum Michelle Money quickly .

The couple, who met on BiP in 2014, have been up and down throughout their relationship, even briefly splitting then quickly rekindling a few months later.

Their time on Marriage Boot Camp hasn’t been all that smooth either.

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In a recent episode, Money became livid after Sattler exposed her history of infidelity to the other couples in the house, which resulted in a physical altercation.

Though the couple’s continued attempts at repairing their relationship seem to be beneficial, we’re wondering how this shock collar exercise will help.

“Got to treat you like a dog, with a dog collar to train you,” Money tells Sattler.

“I am trying to take this drill and just apply it to every day life,” Sattler says as Money shocks him.

Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars airs Fridays (9 p.m. ET) on WEtv.