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Standing at least 6 feet 6 inches tall, the women profiled in this series face challenges not experienced by people of average size. Seemingly mundane tasks like loading a dishwasher or getting into a car can prove exceedingly difficult, not to mention having dating problems or being stared at while in public. Former pro volleyball player Colleen, 36, is ready to meet Mr. Right and settle down; Haleigh is young and talented -- she plays pro volleyball and has a master's degree, but what she really wants is for her boyfriend of two years to propose; L.A. resident and former wrestler Lindsay is on a quest to reunite with her father, whom she hasn't seen since he left when she was 11; and high-school student Nancy just wants to fit in and be "normal," a tall order for someone who is 6 feet 9.

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Krista meets a potential love interest and upsets Lindsay with her comedy act; Alicia shops for lingerie; Coco pursues other men, despite Wil's objections; Haleigh wants a water birth but Bryan thinks it's a risky idea.
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Virgin Alicia Jay goes on a first date; Haleigh struggles to find maternity clothes; Katja and Julie approach Julie's ex to donate sperm; new roommates Lindsay and Krista butt heads over borrowing clothes.
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Haleigh and husband Bryan deal with pregnancy problems while preparing for the baby; Coco questions her relationship with boyfriend Wil; new roommates Lindsay and Krista bond during a night out in Las Vegas.
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Haleigh and Bryan struggle with pregnancy complications; Katja and wife Julie search for a sperm donor; Alicia Jay -- tall, fabulous and 35 years old; Lindsay moves to Las Vegas with roommate Krista.
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Krista moves out of her and Lindsay's apartment; Alicia Jay goes to a singles mixer to search for virgins; Katja and wife Julie wait for their pregnancy results; Haleigh and husband Bryan bring home their new baby.
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Lindsay gets a surprise visit from her mom to cheer her up; Haleigh and husband Bryan visit her parents only to get pressured into moving back home; Katja and Julie find out whether they're pregnant.
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Krista suspects Lindsay has an alcohol problem and takes her to destruction therapy; Katja and her wife visit a gym to get advice on exercise during pregnancy; Haleigh and Bryan attend a birthing class.
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Virgin Alicia Jay meets with a dating coach; Katja and Julie prepare for insemination; Lindsay meets a plastic surgeon to discuss her body issues, but Krista worries Lindsay isn't dealing with her real problems.
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Katja and Julie decide who will carry the baby; Lexie's wedding is threatened; Haleigh and Bryan prepare to move across the country; after months of preparation, Lindsay debuts her new face.
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Lindsay tries to revive her wrestling career; Haleigh tells her parents that she's giving up her volleyball career to be with her husband; Lexie celebrates her bachelorette party; Katja and Julie celebrate their anniversary.
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Introducing four women who see from a higher perspective: Lindsay, Haleigh, Colleen and Nancy.
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Lindsay drinks with her shorter girlfriends at a bar; Bryan's job offer would require Haleigh to give up her career; high school senior Nancy prepares to leave home; Lexie struggles to find a dress that fits.
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Lexie reunites with her long-distance fiancée, but worries about meeting his friends; Julie's issues with body image make her reconsider pregnancy; a date for Haleigh and Bryan ends badly; Lindsay sees her new face.
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Lindsay gets plastic surgery to remove her double chin; newlyweds Haleigh and Bryan face financial trouble; Coco meets an intriguing man; Katja and Julie struggle to break the news that they're starting a family.
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Katja and Julie make up and move toward starting a family; actress Lindsay considers plastic surgery to combat her insecurity; Lexie worries about her wedding; Nancy anxiously anticipates leaving high school.
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Lindsay regrets a night of drinking, and struggles to get her life back on track to make it as an actress; Haleigh and husband Bryan struggle in their first year of marriage.
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Newlyweds Haleigh and Bryan struggle to fit into a studio apartment; Katja and wife Julie take the first steps toward starting a family; Lindsay tries to further her acting career.
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Lindsay, Haleigh, Colleen and Nancy are together for the first time to share their unique experiences and the journeys they have taken on the show.
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Haleigh's wedding day is not going as she planned; Lindsay auditions for a casting director; Nancy gets ready for prom; Colleen looks for love.
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Nancy's prom date meets her family; Colleen's matchmaker sets her up with a shorter man; Lindsay arranges to meet her father; Haliegh shops for a wedding dress.
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Lindsey gets ready to see her father for the first time in years; Colleen hires a matchmaker after disappointing dates; Nancy looks for a prom dress; Haleigh starts the wedding plans.

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