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Tipping the scales at over 1,000 pounds combined, the Slaton sisters try to lose enough weight to qualify for and undergo life-changing bariatric surgery and pursue their dreams.

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Amy undergoes gastric bypass surgery to change her life but endangers herself by not sticking to the post-op diet; Tammy seeks support from her love interest, Jerry.
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Amy decides to have a real wedding ceremony because if she gets approved for surgery, she's afraid she may not survive; after the wedding, the sisters head to Atlanta hoping for a life-changing final weigh-in.
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After a stressful first month of dieting, the sisters head back to Atlanta for their one-month check in with Dr. Procter to find out if they are on the right path to their weight goals; the results force Amy to make a difficult decision.
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Amy and Tammy eagerly begin their weight loss journey; sticking to their diets is a matter of life or death but proves to be a real struggle; the pressure to reach their goals culminates in a huge fight that threatens their diets and relationship.
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Amy and Tammy go to Atlanta to meet Dr. Procter to discuss weight loss surgery; Dr. Procter gives Tammy a hefty weight loss goal before he will approve her for surgery; the dietician has more bad news for Amy.
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The Slatons are larger-than-life sisters who have always relied on each other and food for support; Amy, age 31, is desperate to have children, but hasn't been able to due to her weight; Tammy, age 32, is one step away from being bedridden.

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