Obese: A Year To Save My Life USA TV Guide

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LIVING -

Chris continues to help 448-pound Rod, who longs to audition for roles on Broadway, but feels his large frame is holding him back. (S4, ep 24)

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Chris continues to help 448-pound Rod, who longs to audition for roles on Broadway, but feels his large frame is holding him back. (S4, ep 24)

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Chris continues to help Kenny, a former Marine weighing 410 pounds, and Christy, a 380-pound woman, lose weight. (S4, ep 22)

LIVING -

At 423 pounds, 55-year-old Jeff hopes he and his 265-pound daughter Juliana can lose weight together and improve their strained relationship. (S4, ep 25)

LIVING +1 -

At 423 pounds, 55-year-old Jeff hopes he and his 265-pound daughter Juliana can lose weight together and improve their strained relationship. (S4, ep 25)

LIVING2 -

Rod longs to audition for roles on Broadway, but his 448-pound frame is holding him back. Can personal trainer Chris help? (S4, ep 23)

LIVING -

At 423 pounds, 55-year-old Jeff hopes he and his 265-pound daughter Juliana can lose weight together and improve their strained relationship. (S4, ep 25)

LIVING +1 -

At 423 pounds, 55-year-old Jeff hopes he and his 265-pound daughter Juliana can lose weight together and improve their strained relationship. (S4, ep 25)

LIVING2 -

Rod longs to audition for roles on Broadway, but his 448-pound frame is holding him back. Can personal trainer Chris help? (S4, ep 23)

LIVING -

Chris and Heidi continue to help Jeff and his daughter Juliana grow closer together as they attempt to lose a combined 330 pounds. (S4, ep 26)

LIVING +1 -

Chris and Heidi continue to help Jeff and his daughter Juliana grow closer together as they attempt to lose a combined 330 pounds. (S4, ep 26)

LIVING2 -

Chris continues to help 448-pound Rod, who longs to audition for roles on Broadway, but feels his large frame is holding him back. (S4, ep 24)

LIVING -

Chris and Heidi continue to help Jeff and his daughter Juliana grow closer together as they attempt to lose a combined 330 pounds. (S4, ep 26)

LIVING +1 -

Chris and Heidi continue to help Jeff and his daughter Juliana grow closer together as they attempt to lose a combined 330 pounds. (S4, ep 26)

LIVING2 -

Chris continues to help 448-pound Rod, who longs to audition for roles on Broadway, but feels his large frame is holding him back. (S4, ep 24)

LIVING2 -

At 423 pounds, 55-year-old Jeff hopes he and his 265-pound daughter Juliana can lose weight together and improve their strained relationship. (S4, ep 25)

LIVING2 -

At 423 pounds, 55-year-old Jeff hopes he and his 265-pound daughter Juliana can lose weight together and improve their strained relationship. (S4, ep 25)

LIVING2 -

Chris and Heidi continue to help Jeff and his daughter Juliana grow closer together as they attempt to lose a combined 330 pounds. (S4, ep 26)

LIVING2 -

Chris and Heidi continue to help Jeff and his daughter Juliana grow closer together as they attempt to lose a combined 330 pounds. (S4, ep 26)

LIVING2 -

Chris continues to help Kenny, a former Marine weighing 410 pounds, and Christy, a 380-pound woman, lose weight. (S4, ep 22)

LIVING2 -

Rod longs to audition for roles on Broadway, but his 448-pound frame is holding him back. Can personal trainer Chris help? (S4, ep 23)

LIVING2 -

Chris continues to help 448-pound Rod, who longs to audition for roles on Broadway, but feels his large frame is holding him back. (S4, ep 24)

LIVING2 -

At 423 pounds, 55-year-old Jeff hopes he and his 265-pound daughter Juliana can lose weight together and improve their strained relationship. (S4, ep 25)

LIVING2 -

Chris and Heidi continue to help Jeff and his daughter Juliana grow closer together as they attempt to lose a combined 330 pounds. (S4, ep 26)

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