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"My Big Fat Fabulous Life" follows Whitney Thore's emotional journey after being diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome. The disorder caused Whitney, a slender dancer at the time, to gain more than 200 pounds in one year at college. Feeling trapped in a big body, she struggled with self-doubt and negative stereotypes. Now 380 pounds and eager to continue sharing her passion for dance, Whitney has learned to embrace her body and love herself again. She teaches dance classes for plus-size girls, explores the dating scene, confronts bullies, and wears a bikini on the beach for the first time in 10 years. She also spearheads a campaign that fights body-shaming and promotes self-love and acceptance. To that end, Whitney Thore is no longer letting her fear of people's judgment dictate the way she lives her life.

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With the dance battle rematch looming, Whitney's friends attempt to repair her relationship with Todd, but an untimely injury leads to an even bigger problem; Whitney learns that Babs has been rushed to the emergency room.
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Whitney tags along on Todd's New York trip to attend a dance workshop with The Fitness Marshall, but when she accepts an offer to be in a music video, he goes into an angry tirade and abandons her in Central Park.
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Whitney attends a belly dancing class with a judge from the dance battle, but a harmless lesson turns into a public performance; online date Nathan divulges information that throws Whitney's world into a tailspin.
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Whitney dives back into online dating, but a new type of suitor raises concern; Whitney and Buddy gear up for a fitness competition, but when they arrive, Will drops a bomb; Whitney sees the scorecards from the dance battle.
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Whitney's Big Girls gear up for the most intense performance of their lives; the Trophy Wives come packing a secret weapon that has Whitney calling foul; when an injury plagues her star dancer, Whitney loses her mind.
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Whitney's love affair with Paris continues; her relationship with Chase is on the rocks; Ryan challenges Whitney to a brutal climb up the Eiffel Tower.
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The trip to Paris is underway and expectations are high, but Whitney worries when she and Ryan clash over their opposing business plans.
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Whitney and Todd hatch a business plan; Ryan's reaction threatens to derail their trip to Paris and Whitney's performance at the Weightlifting Championships.
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Ryan surprises Whitney with a business proposition; Buddy prepares to make amends with Whitney, but might not be prepared for what she has to say.
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Whitney trains for the state championships with a new weightlifting coach; Whitney wants to tell Chase she loves him; Babs and Glenn host a formal dinner to meet Chase.
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Whitney worries for her parents' safety after her father falls down the stairs; Buddy discovers he must make amends to Whitney for his recovery; Ryan and Chase throw Whitney a party.
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Chase takes Whitney home to meet his family, but she fears they won't accept her; the couple fights when she wants to leave early for Buddy's show.
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After Ryan and Heather's illicit kiss, Whitney warns them not to date; Whitney quits BGDC to focus on her new business; Ryan challenges Whitney to whitewater rafting, but an argument ensues while he attempts to rescue her from the current.
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Whitney's friends come to Charlotte for a fun weekend; tensions rise when Heather finds out Buddy's been staying with Whitney.
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Whitney finally packs up and moves to Charlotte, forcing Buddy to find a new place to live; Chase asks Whitney to be his girlfriend; Whitney teams up with Jessica for a fitness competition from hell.
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Whitney hunts for a permanent home in Charlotte, but may be forced to kick Buddy out; a health scare for Babs causes Whitney to take drastic measures; sparks fly on Whitney and Chase's first date.
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Comic Kym Whitley hosts Whitney and her friends and family for a post-season game night; the contestants face off to see who knows the most, from Whitney's adoption drama to Buddy and Whitney's steamy kiss, and nothing is off limits.
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Whitney prepares for Alaska with a treacherous mountain hike; after receiving an offer to teach dance in New York, Whitney tries to bury the hatchet with Todd; Buddy and Chelsea's odd behavior leads Whitney to believe there's trouble in paradise.
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After an impossible rock wall climb, Whitney is forced to rethink her Alaskan adventure; tensions finally boil over when Todd gives Whitney a mouthful for spreading lies about him quitting BGDC; Buddy worries that his new girlfriend will leave him.
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Buddy brings his new girlfriend to Greensboro; Whitney is shocked when Todd quits BGDC.
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Uncomfortable after her kiss with Buddy, Whitney creates a new business and a new life in Charlotte; Whitney accepts a date with another man; tension between Buddy and Tal forces Whitney into a tough decision.

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