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Telling powerful stories in hourlong episodes, TLC follows medical journeys of morbidly obese people as they attempt to save their own lives. The featured individuals -- each weighing more than 600 pounds -- confront lifelong emotional and physical struggles as they make the courageous decision to undergo high-risk gastric bypass surgery. In addition to drastically changing their appearances, they hope to reclaim their independence, mend relationships with friends and family, and renew their feelings of self-worth.

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After years of a tumultuous relationship with her husband, Tamy's eating addiction has caused her weight to balloon to over 500 pounds; she has become a hermit and hopes to restart her life so she can better care for her son, Zachary.
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Unable to stand for more than a short period of time, Karina's weight places a burden on her parents and drives a wedge between her and her sister.
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Kirsten is close to losing all her mobility, and while she's trying to control of her obesity, she's also in danger of losing her troubled son.
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With the support of his fiancé, Kathryn, Robert turns to Dr. Nowzaradan in a final, desperate attempt to save his life; he tries to reverse a lifelong food addiction that has left him bed-bound, saddled with grotesque lymphedema, and nearly 900-lbs.
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Maja moves to Houston to undertake a difficult weight-loss journey with the support of her boyfriend, Christian; when Christian decides he's had enough and leaves Maja high and dry, she discovers that the only person she can count on is herself.
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After meeting and falling in love at a bariatric rehab center, Lee and Rena are battling health and anger issues while taking a desperate, second attempt to save their relationship and their lives.
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After a difficult childhood with an abusive stepfather and drug-addicted mother, Sarah is fighting for her life at only 24 years old.
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Octavia has been bedbound for nearly a year when she decides to make the trip to Houston to get help from Dr. Now, but when it turns out that her best friend is also her worst enabler, Octavia will have to choose between old habits and a new life.
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Randy's food addiction dissolved his marriage and keeps him from seeing his daughter, so he endures a rigorous pre-surgery diet surrounded by fast-food temptations to regain control of his life.
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June copes with the tragic death of her son by eating, and must confront the emotional issues driving her food compulsion after gastric bypass surgery.
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When Angela's family is unable to accompany her on her weight-loss journey to Texas, she is unsure what to do; at the last minute, she reaches out to an old flame, Eric, who still has love for her and is willing to make the trip.
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At 600 pounds, Ashley has to move home so her mom can help her care for herself and her newborn daughter; Ashley must overcome a lifetime's worth of unfortunate circumstances and get Dr. Now's help in Houston.
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Dominic's life is falling apart due to his food addiction; over 600 pounds and living in a van with his brother, he decides to leave California for Texas, where only Dr. Now can help him learn to face life's challenges without using food to cope.
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Lisa's struggle with her weight begins as a child and significantly worsens after witnessing her brother's murder; now bedridden and unable to care for herself, Lisa must find a way to lose the weight or she will never see her grandchildren grow up.
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At 650 pounds, Gideon's weight prohibits him from working, making him completely dependent on his exhausted wife.
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Milla is bedridden and dependent on her husband and five kids, who can't resist her unending requests for junk food.
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Liz, completely bed-bound, has severe lymphedema that makes it impossible to walk; utterly isolated, Liz has no friends, battles depression and lives with a mother too ill to take care of her.
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Devastated by two miscarriages due to her weight, Schenee is desperate to start a family and stop relying on her husband, Freddie, to take care of her; she hopes weight loss surgery will be able to fix her fertility issues as well as her marriage.
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Brandon is a talented musician with a beautiful voice and a run-away weight problem; he wants to lose weight and embark on a career; he also wants to take the next step with his girlfriend, Taylor, whom he risks losing if he can't make a change.
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Cynthia, a single mother focused on raising five kids, comes to realize what her death would mean for their future.
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John and Lonnie are two brothers from opposite ends of the spectrum; estranged for years, the brothers are now brought together by a common need to lose weight while they still can.

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After morbidly obese people lose hundreds of pounds using methods ranging from gastric bypass surgery to strict dieting and workouts, there is still a constant reminder of their once much heavier selves. This companion series to TLC's popular "My 600-Lb. Life" presents profiles of people who go through extensive surgeries to remove up to 50 pounds of excess skin. Hourlong episodes introduce a variety of candidates who can't achieve personal fitness goals or have intimate relationships, and many feel even more uncomfortable than when they were obese. Using modern technology and reconstructive surgical options, massive amounts of skin are removed, creating a full-body transformation. The reveals not only improve each subject's self-image but also change lives forever.
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