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All of a sudden you get them, and it feels sloppy. Then just when you start liking them, they start drooping. In a world where being very skinny or buff if you're a guy is the ideal and being over weight is dreaded, many people are self-conscious about their weight.
These usually female characters are obsessed with dieting in order to reach the ideal; commenting on their figure is often a sensitive point for them. However, not all characters with Weight Woe are overweight; many are just Hollywood Pudgy , and some are even told in-verse that they don't need to diet at all. Sometimes this is a one-episode affair , usually because someone brings their weight up or they want to impress their Love Interest ; but just as often it is a character quirk.
In the latter case, the character is usually a yo-yo dieter, or has too little will-power to keep it up so nothing about their figure changes. When Played for Laughs , the dieter is a Big Eater or has a huge Sweet Tooth that constantly foils their dieting plans ; when Played for Drama , the dieter is suffering from an eating disorder. The latter in particular may be used for a Very Special Episode.
In real life, eating disorders of any kind are never funny, and sufferers should seek immediate help. Media often dictates that one must be thin in order to be attractive, sometimes unrealistically so. However, eating disorders are more complicated than that, involving many factors ranging from feelings of lack of control to loneliness to inadequacy in other ways. Eating disorders can contribute to fatality if they go untreated. In fiction, however, Weight Woe is usually Played for Laughs , most likely because of its sensitive nature and prevalence in real life.
Even in a Very Special Episode they are portrayed as easily treatable, with the sufferer getting over them by the end of the episode when in truth recovery can take months or years. Additionally the cause is almost always solely to do with a character's physical appearance, whether the issue is genuine or perceived.
A Sister Trope of Muscle Angst. Often tied into A Weighty Aesop. Compare Huge School Girl , a girl who is much taller and more developed than her peers and is insecure about it, Height Angst , where a character is self-conscious about their height instead of their width, and Real Women Have Curves , where a higher body fat is portrayed as the ideal.
Both compare and contrast Obsessed with Food , as a person who is self-conscious about their weight will very often be obsessed with food itself as well, though it will not seem like it on the surface. If you're one of these people, please, please, please , see a doctor or take advantage of one of these resources. You Are Not Alone. The National Eating Disorders Association. The hotline number is Support in Britain for people with eating disorders may be found here.
Cosmopolitan magazine ran an ad featuring a "plus-sized" model, who was a normal body-sized woman, and smugly claimed that they were setting new standards. This - quite rightly - angered many people , as they pointed out that calling perfectly normal women - and in some cases, women who were still below average - a "plus" was hardly progressive. She even writes into a radio show about it under the pen name "Crying Diet Girl". Tomo has also had at least one instance of this, lamenting that her calories go straight to her tummy whilst Sakaki's go to her height and chest.
Perhaps her tendency to pick on Yomi about her weight is out of insecurity for her own. Mitsuba from Mitsudomoe , although she doesn't put much effort into dieting.
Koboshi gets this in an episode of Pita-Ten in an attempt to be more feminine. Kagami in Lucky Star frequently diets. She however has a Sweet Tooth. Hiro in Hidamari Sketch. The fact that she's a Supreme Chef and Miyako's a Big Eater who likes to poke fun at this aspect of her character don't help. Mio and Mugi in K-On! However, apart from that, the chapter does a surprisingly good job of portraying an eating disorder.
Usagi at times, particularly in episode four of the first anime. Word of God is that Usagi is meant to be slightly bigger than the other Senshi, however this isn't apparent by her actual design: Furthermore, she wasn't really that fat. One such story told of two celestial lovers who were pretty much barred from being together because they didn't focus on their heavenly duties.
The wife ended up alleviating her boredom by snacking and watching TV, resulting in her gaining weight. This coupled with her rather plain face caused her to worry that her husband was cheating on her. He wasn't, and shows up to conclude that skinny girls are best for dating, but strong women are the ones for marrying.
In another side story, it's mentioned that Ikuko is putting Kenji on a diet because he put on a little weight. Happened on large scale in Codename: Sailor V , as Debrine 's plan involved getting as much people as possible fat and then lure them in her fake health center to drain their energy. The only people known to have completely escaped it are Artemis a rather hyperactive alien cat , Wakagi a cop that hates sweets, and Debrine's plan was based on chocolate and Hikaru who didn't even notice , as she always eats healthy foods , while Minako, upon being informed she was getting fat, trained so much she not only missed Valentine but lost the weight in a few days-and then regained it in muscles.
Frog sometimes fusses over her weight. This even drove the plot of one chapter in the manga. Pet Shop of Horrors had a story called Diet which dealt with three people and their personal struggles concerning their weight; a chubby young girl who wanted to slim down to get her boyfriend back before a school dance, a boxer who is trying to keep his weight down before his next match, and a model whose colleague visited Count D's shop for a miracle diet pill.
The girl receives a personal trainer who helps her lose the weight for the dance, but in doing so, the girl has come to take pride in herself with a new sense of self-confidence, and realizes that her ex-boyfriend is a total ass. When she asks Count D what happened to the trainer, he tells her he doesn't know, but suggests that she look after the trainer's cat.
Which just happens to have the exact same eyes as the trainer. The boxer receives a parakeet which constantly tries to get him to eat or drink something while training, which the boxer considers as a form of motivation. He loses his next match, but is grateful that he gave it his all and decides to retire. The model is able to eat and drink anything she wants without gaining a pound, just like her colleague.
But soon she is unable to sate her appetite no matter how much she eats or drinks. Her hair begins to fall out and her nails begin to chip off with ease. Pretty soon, her skin starts to crack and It's implied the diet pill was in fact some sort of parasite which uses humans as a cocoon before hatching, looking exactly like the host, and the same thing had happened to the model's colleague before the story began.
The Beginning of Magical Record Lyrical Nanoha Force , uses this as a Running Gag for Teana, who's worried that she's getting fat since she hasn't had the time to exercise due to getting swamped by desk work. At first she only gains a slight amount of weight, but after some intensive dieting and exercise she significantly bloats up, driving her insane.
Eventually she literally grows bigger than their house. It's at this point that the cause of this is revealed to be a ghost. Stocking goes back to normal after she and Panty kill it. A Running Gag with Akko from Girl Friends , who is easily distracted by food and will often attempt various methods to lose weight as quickly as possible whenever she noticed that she gained some pounds.
Pochamani Being about a chubby heroine finding love, it's no surprise that this trope would be played with. It's largely averted with the main character of Tsumugi. Despite growing up teased about her weight and coming to think no one would ever love her, Mugi decided she had love herself first and foremost.
It was this Fat and Proud attitude that attracted her first boyfriend Tagami, a Chubby Chaser who is attracted to her confidence as much as her appearance. Since then the only time we have seen her worry about weight is an early chapter where she had overeaten to the point she was literally bursting out of her clothes.
Even then she only focused on dieting enough to drop the unwanted excess. Akane Itou, a character introduced later, is a much straighter case. She has many of the same woes as Mugi used to but has not yet had the same "love yourself" epiphany as Mugi did. Mugi takes Akane under her wing with the promise of helping her find that self-love for herself.
Since Akane doesn't want to feel fat, this takes the form of helping her with diet and exercise, hoping that the two of them together could do what one alone could not.
A one-shot horror manga story Fasting featured a chubby girl named Tomoko brutally mocked by the boy she likes. Tomoko is so hurt by this she starves herself out of desperation to become beautiful.
One night her mother finds her sitting in front of the open fridge, content to just look at the food but never eating it. Some time later, Tomoko discovers that she's become slender and attractive and decides to speak to her old crush. The jackass doesn't even recognize her as the girl he called a whale and they start to make out.
At that point, Tomoko is so overcome with hunger, she bites off the guy's face and starts eating him. She doesn't even realize what she's doing until her hunger is sated. The castle comes with a robotic cat maid capable of cooking large and exquisite meals. When Zorori tries to tell her she doesn't need to cook so much the maid bursts into hysterical tears, so not wanting to upset her, Zorori, Ishishi and Noshishi eat everything she makes. A few days pass, and all three have become very large and very fat, so much so that they aren't allowed to cross the repaired bridge because they might break it.
Zorori finally takes matters into his own hands and has to reprogram the maid so she won't have any more crying fits IC In A Doll: One chapter focuses on Hanako, an award winning author suffering from extreme bulimia.
In her adolescence, Hanako was repeatedly molested by her stepfather, and makes herself vomit to stay thin in order to wear clothes for younger women to give herself a second childhood.
Her maid doll, Cherry, silently stood by and only laid out towels whenever Hanako prepared to purge, but Cherry goes against her orders and tries to stop Hanako when she has a nervous breakdown. The final chapter of the series shows a much healthier and happier Hanako preparing to get married.
The first chapter in the series focused on the relationship being a nameless boy doll and a rich woman named Kaya. When Kaya was younger, she was also bulimic like Hanako. Unlike Hanako, Kaya ended up severely damaging herself and lost the ability to have children. He's often seen eating copious amounts of junk food , but is shown several times to be self-conscious about his unhealthy eating habits; in one strip he's seen anxiously weighing himself, and seeing that he's gained weight, trying out several diets according to advice he receives from other countries.
But according to Word of God , he's gaining muscle rather than fat./p>
In Death Becomes Her , writer Helen Sharp develops an eating disorder to cope with losing her fiance to her bitter rival Madeline Ashton, and spends a few years being belittled in a mental hospital because of her psychotic obsession with Madeline. Some years later, Madeline has begun to notice she's getting older and not as svelte as she used to be, but took some comfort in knowing Helen was a blob Because of an immortality serum.
The fact that the character is played by waifish Elena Kampouris lends extra oomph to the plotline. Played with both ways in The Santa Clause and its sequel. As a result of Scott Calvin becoming the new Santa Claus, Scott wakes up one morning and is startled to discover he's put on a great deal of weight. And as his bathroom scale indicated, he was getting heavier by the second. At first his transformation is solely due to magic, but later it becomes due to his newly increased appetite for sweets.
In the second movie, Scott gradually begins to lose weight and revert back to the way he was before he became Santa. His body promptly swells back up the moment his marriage is made official. Heinlein 's short story Cliff and the Calories. She thinks her boyfriend would like her better if she were thinner, so she tries desperately to lose weight. Bridget Jones , who obsesses in her diary about her weight. Her weakness is her love of alcohol. Gossip Girl , the book series, had Blair as bulimic.
They touched on this during the first season Thanksgiving episode of the TV show, but it was never shown to be as much of a problem as the book series, where Blair binged and purged at least once a book if not more. Virginia Shreves feels inadequate about her body's attractiveness and refuses to pursue a relationship with a boy who mutually likes her, due to a fear of rejection and humiliation from him or as she calls it "The Fat Girl Code" ; her Stepford Smiler psychoanalyst mother is skinny and constantly watches her weight to prevent a return to her past and since her husband finds thin women attractive; the Alpha Bitch Brie is bulimic.
Zak and some of his friends had snuck into the teachers' washroom at their school and replaced the mirror with a hologram screen programmed to reflect anyone's image exactly - only twenty kilos heavier. Snack sales at the instructors' cantina had plummeted until the prank was discovered.
In "Say Cheese and Die Again! At first his classmates found it amusing, but much later everyone felt bad and stopped considering the situation to be funny, except for Greg's Jerkass teacher Mr. He's apparently so fat his mother doesn't recognize him and refuses to let him in the house. Not played for laughs at all in the Fear Street special Fear Hall , where Hope Mathis's abusive mother treated her like garbage because Hope was a little chubby when she was a kid.
By the time Hope was in college her weight was still something of a sore subject, and while she herself doesn't consider herself ugly, she hates being called fat as an insult and is extremely bitter about her mother's neurosis. Mary from the first three GONE books is bulimic and addicted to diet pills, laxatives and exercise.
This is definitely NOT played for laughs, and her story goes from being uncomfortable to tragic to cautionary. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Harry's Jerkass cousin Dudley is forced to go on a diet after his school nurse compared his weight to that of a baby whale.
It appears to help as he eventually joins a boxing team and by the seventh book, by which point he has stopped being a bully , he is implied to be in better shape. It should be noted that the angst in Goblet came more from Harry than Dudley, since Harry was forced to eat that same diet food Dudley was and [his aunt and uncle were already barely feeding him as is. As a matter of fact, Petunia would purposefully give Dudley more to eat than Harry, even if it was food Dudley didn't want.
Had it not been for the food Harry was getting from his friends and Mrs. Weasley , he'd have most likely starved to death that summer. In that manner, Harry's abusive relatives are almost as bad as Voldemort. In The Cat Who Saw Red , James Qwilleran has to go on a diet for the duration of the novel, and is angered to discover in the first fifty pages that he's actually gained three pounds since his doctor's appointment. Martin 's short story "The Monkey Treatment" centers on a young man who tries a desperate and effective method of losing weight.
The former is the result of a Jackass Genie wish, with the victim actually looking forward to getting fattened up and eaten for Thanksgiving, while the latter is played straight and involves ghouls wanting to eat the protagonist's best friend. In Safehold , prince Nahrmahn is short and plump and has some complexes about it. At one point he muses that if he knew how well-build and handsome Cayleb is and how bad he himself looks in comparison, he'd never be able to discard his dignity and offer to pledge his loyalty to him.
Hannah Swensen , along with other characters in the series, struggle with their weight. Lemon Meringue Pie Murder focuses on Hannah trying to fit into a pair of jeans by dieting. In Catherine Anderson 's Sweet Nothings , heroine Molly hates her full-figured build, mainly due to her ex-husband constantly telling her how fat and ugly she was. She diets religiously, checking food labels, counting calories, her habits spilling over into the way she cooks for the men on Jake's ranch.
The problem isn't solved by Molly losing weight, but learning to accept her body for what it is. Her "dieting" is an excuse to hide her diabetes. In the book Jessi and the Awful Secret , Jessi assumes that a girl she knows has an eating disorder.
Deconstructed in the poem "Fat Gir" , where, due to getting picked on for her weight, the titular "Fat Girl" develops an eating disorder as an effort to be pretty and succumbs to it. When she learns that the web master is actually bed ridden and under constant nursing care because of her disease, Zoey realizes how dangerous the sickness can be.
Hannah Ashworth, a character in the British soap Hollyoaks , was portrayed as suffering from anorexia and bulimia, which she later recovered from. Melissa Hurst, Hannah's friend, also suffered from anorexia which she died from.
Jason has image issues which Word of God identifies as body dysmorphia. The 2 part episode "Our Lips Are Sealed" from Degrassi has Emma developing anorexia as a way of dealing with the stress in her life. Elliot during season 7 of Scrubs treats a woman with anorexia. Cox points out that Elliot weighs even less. By the end of the episode, she realizes that she is there to help her patients whether she is healthy or not. A year later, the same patient comes back, even more underweight, and Elliot is convinced that it is still anorexia, when in reality it was HIV.
However, Elliot puts the patient through a lot before eventually figuring this out. Cassie on Skins is shown to have anorexia, in addition to problems with drug abuse, low self esteem, and some personality issues In one episode she demonstrates to Sid how she fakes people out by pretending to eat.
Hurley on Lost deals with stress by overeating. In the episode where it's discovered that the Hatch has a huge supply of food, he's put in charge of rationing it, only to start devouring the less-healthy items because of the responsibility. He eventually devises a solution by simply handing out all of the food to everyone at once, and letting them choose their favorites, because he realizes that the idea of rationing will just cause tension and fighting.
The episode's Tear Jerker flashback structure reveals that he suffered a similar problem after winning the lottery—people buttering him up and becoming dishonest with him, for example—and it's implied that he wishes he could do the same with his newfound riches. The incredibly vain Dennis Reynolds on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia has a very unhealthy relationship with food and his body, often starving himself to boost his attractiveness Even his incredibly selfish friends get concerned when that happens.
I am going to be 20 forever, Mac, because the older I become, the more vigilant I am. I don't eat lunch anymore, for instance. And on odd days, I don't eat breakfast. During Season 8 of Frasier , as a way to mask Jane Leeves' pregnancy, Daphne gained considerable weight. While Niles pretended not to notice, she was the target of many fat jokes. She was sent to a weight loss clinic, and the psychology behind her weight issue was explored, in a sensitive and realistic way, in the episode "Daphne Returns.
A season 7 episode addresses this when Topanga realizes she's bigger than her friends where "bigger" means "has sexy, sexy curves" and starts dieting. It finally comes out that everyone is self-conscious because of society's unrealistic portrayals and no one thinks Topanga is anywhere near fat. That same episode Eric was also dealing with body issues of his own, although his weren't as serious as Topanga's.
In fact, he even admitted that he called her fat just so he could get her pizza. Big Wolf on Campus: Tommy starts getting tubby due to his wolf-like appetite getting the best of him. Eventually, his cravings—and his going to public fast food joints to stop them—drum up angry publicity and lead to everyone in town trying to capture the werewolf for a cash reward. In another episode, Merton falls in with a group of black-clad teenagers who start giving him a nectar-like substance that makes him fat.
Merton is at first horrified until his new "friends" say they like him bigger, so he starts drinking more of the stuff. It turns out the kids are actually spiders in human form, and they've been fattening Merton up so they can eat him.
My Mad Fat Diary: Rae's issues with her weight form one of the bases of the plot. Her friend Tix also has issues with eating food and burning calories. Hal from Malcolm in the Middle was purposefully making Lois gain weight without her knowledge while she was pregnant with their fifth child because he thought she looked sexy.
Penny from Happy Endings went on a diet for an episode but couldn't keep it up. In general, neither her nor other characters comment negatively on her curviness. And even in that episode, it was less of a diet to lose weight and more of a cleanse for better general health. Two episodes of Roseanne dealt with this. In one episode Roseanne and Dan both try to go on a diet. In another, Roseanne puts Dan on a diet after his heart attack, but his refusal to stick to eating healthier food leads to one of the worst fights the two have ever had, only it turns out Dan had already died from his heart attack in the series finale.
It's also been implied that Roseanne's weight, as well as her anger issues and her controlling nature with Dan, stems from her father's abusive nature and her mother's tendency to make everything better with food when she and Jackie were little girls. He tries dieting and tries using a girdle, but upon learning Mary has also been stress eating, Dick decides to just buy bigger pants.
Seinfeld has dealt with this a couple of times. In "The Non-Fat Yogurt" Jerry, Elaine, and George discover that the supposed non-fat yogurt they've been enjoying every day actually contains fat and they've gained weight. Though this actually involves Hollywood Pudgy since none of them look any bigger. Even so, Kramer starts calling Jerry names like "chubs" and "tons-o-fun".
Sylvia Fine is constantly dealing with this in The Nanny though she has yet to curb her Big Eater tendencies. Sabrina the Teenage Witch: In "Sabrina and the Beanstalk," Harvey finds himself in the clutches of the Wicked Witch atop the beanstalk Sabrina accidentally created.
Said Witch serves him up food laced with an ingredient called "Fatten Up. He manages to sweat the weight off as he climbs down the beanstalk One episode dealt with this as seriously as the show could could. Sabrina tried to lose weight in order to fit into a dress for an upcoming dance, but then started using shoddy diet drinks from the Other Realm.
To make matters worse, the salesman put a spell on her bedroom mirror to make her reflection look morbidly obese. Zelda found out what happened when she saw her butt reflected much bigger than it was, and took the spell off.
Unfortunately, by that point Sabrina legitimately believed she was huge and kept taking the diet shakes until she became invisible. She wasted away into nothing. In a later season episode, Hilda decides to screw with Morgan's fashion models by giving them free beverages and snacks at the coffee house and claiming they're fat free. While they don't look any bigger, Morgan has to scramble to find new models for her show because the clothes don't fit them anymore.
An episode of Full House had D. As per usual, she was talked down by a heart-to-heart with her dad and a big hug. This episode gets a little slack in that D. It's still a Very Special Episode , but it didn't go so far as to outright say she developed and got over an eating disorder in a matter of days.
Fat Actress has Kirstie Alley a fictional version of herself trying to deal with being an aging and somewhat overweight actress in Hollywood. The Golden Girls had this come up quite a few times in the show's run—which was somewhat realistic, considering that the main characters were middle-aged to elderly women, a group that stereotypically often tries to lose weight and diet: A Clip Show episode made of original clips focused on the previous attempts at self improvement the girls have gone through, including dieting.
Sophia was actually trying to gain weight after learning she lost a pound, and one episode implies she was at least pounds heavier when she was much younger. In the dieting episode, the girls all weighed themselves and poked fun at each other, which of course involved Hollywood Pudgy since none of them look heavyset.
In Blanche's case, it would've helped if she had taken her high heels off before she got on the scale. A later episode dealt with Blanche dieting to fit into her wedding dress for her anniversary.
She almost goes insane with hunger and practically assaults Rose when Rose accidentally eats Blanche's diet food. She does manage to fit into the dress Rose takes a picture without Blanche knowing. Blanche's estranged daughter Rebecca had put on a great deal of weight since the last time the two saw each other. Though Rebecca admitted she was overweight and didn't seem to care, she had also starting dating a Jerk Ass named Jeremy who did nothing but insult her—even as he was proposing marriage.
Dorothy was ready to beat the stuffing out of him, but Blanche kept holding back because she was afraid of Becky leaving her again. In the end, though, Blanche told Rebecca how she really felt, and Rebecca admitted that she was only planning to marry Jeremy because she feared that no one else would be interested. The intervention worked, and Blanche and Becky's relationship was gradually healed.
In her next appearances she was much slimmer, but she was also being played by a different actress in those appearances. An episode of That's So Raven deals with this in a surprisingly effective manner namely because it deals with the conditions that create Weight Woe in the first place. After having a vision of herself modeling clothes on a runway, Raven enters a fashion magazine's design contest by submitting a photo of herself in a dress she created.
Though she wins the contest, the editor of the magazine severely edits the picture to make Raven look much thinner. When Raven takes her to task for this, the editor explains that Raven simply "doesn't have 'the look,'" and Raven responds that "This is the only look I have.
The audience loves it, and the editor ends up humiliated in front of everyone. An episode of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody had London and Maddie wanting to go on a fashion show hosted by one of London's snobby friends, who tells them they can't be on it because London is too fat and Maddie too Skinny.
After they respectively starve and gorge themselves to attain the "ideal weight", they mess up their chance on the runway, and after they find out that London's friend stuffs her bra, they decide to accept themselves for who they are.
The lyrics were probably written by Richey Edwards, who was suffering from anorexia at the time: Stomach collapsed at five Lift up my skirt my sex is gone Naked and lovely and 5st.
Sophie by Elanor McEvoy tells the story of a girl with anorexia. The video for Daft Punk 's "The Prime Time of Your Life" seems to be about a young girl who sees herself as very fat while seeing everyone else as skeletons. Eventually she tears her skin off and kills herself in an attempt to be like everyone else. Maria Mena has "Self-Fulfilling Prophecy", which is about her struggles with eating disorders and her relationship with others: Unlike most examples of this trope, this was taken very seriously, turning first act comic relief and Brainless Beauty into a Knight of Cerebus and causing the play to take a fairly dark turn.
She ends up being hospitalised early in the second act, and despite being force-fed she eventually reaches the point where her body is just starting to die, in no small part due to Paige's manipulation. By the end of the play, she is dead.
Amy Rose took this Up to Eleven in Sonic Battle , being obsessed with boxercising and later being coached by Emerl , who instructed her to do push-ups and eat nothing but salad with no dressing. This is taken to creepy levels as, rather than merely lamenting about her weight and failing to maintain a diet like most examples, Amy really appears to be suffering from an eating disorder.
Almost every female in the series keeps their weight a secret. Subverted in Persona 4 ; Hanako claims to be dieting which means she only eats one bucket of curry , and uses it as a justification for not sharing some of her food despite having more than enough to share with the starving protagonists. Inverted with Bob, who deliberately grew fat to be a combination of striking power, muscle mass, and speed. In one ending, he goes completely berserk after losing all his weight.
Played straight by Rufus and Zangeif in their ending for Street Fighter X Tekken , when the two are suddenly transformed into svelter, bishounen like fighters. They're utterly horrified at having lost their "Perfect bodies. If you play as a male protagonist, Nancy has to remind you that women are always going to obsess over their weight so it's best not to ask questions. Subverted with Sully in Fire Emblem Awakening.
Her supports with the Avatar have her upset that she gained weight, but only because in doing so she decreased her muscle mass, which could badly affect her performance on the battlefield. Wednesday's theme is sadness, and she's upset because she gained some weight and a favorite dress of hers no longer fits right. Pyra from Xenoblade Chronicles 2 seems to suffer from this, as evidenced by her reaction when Rex proves to be unable to reel her up from a lower platform with his arm-mounted Grappling-Hook Pistol.
With that said, her concept art maintains that the bulk of this weight is in what little armour she wears. Now see here, Rex. You can't just go and call a lady heavy! Nearly every character in the Street Fighter series has their height, weight, and other stats about them listed openly.
The exception is Chun-Li's weight, which has been consistently listed as "secret", rather than "unknown" like other characters. It's possible that her famously muscular legs might add more to her weight than she's comfortable with. The backstory of the boss Justine in Shadows of the Damned had her suffering this. She was a famous and highly regarded opera singer in life, and had more than her fair share of admirers. Sadly, she suffered such severe body image issues due to her weight she was a Big Beautiful Woman that she failed to notice this admiration.
At one point she tore up a love letter because she wrongly interpreted it as making fun of her weight. She then made a Deal with the Devil to sacrifice her beautiful voice in exchange for the body she always wanted.
The end result was that she was Driven to Suicide via tearing out her own vocal chords , which somehow gave her a thin body. Natalya from Missing Stars is implied to suffer from an eating disorder. Her Establishing Character Moment involves her trying to make the protagonist eat her lunch, only for her twin Sofiya to catch her and scold her for not eating like she promised.
She then decides to undergo a rigorous Training Montage to lose weight Yang is understandably upset. To top it off, she is currently employed by the parents of the children in question. She worries that her legs are getting fat, and Charles reassures that that's not the case Luckily, there a mail-order Nella service B ig F at F riend to make her look better by comparison. Donnie on Demo Reel has the rare version of "too thin". While the male version of a Heroic Seductress , in a Deleted Scene he worried about having no muscles and confided in Tacoma that he looks like a shaved cat when shirtless.
We've seen him shirtless, he looks great. In Fatty Girl, Cinderella is cursed into being overweight and her boyfriend rejects her over it. The rest of the series follows her quest to lose the weight. In the Nickelodeon episode "Doug Tips The Scales", Doug gains weight while on vacation at his grandma's and tries to slim down before Beebee Bluff's pool party. In the Disney episode "Doug's Chubby Buddy," Patti Mayonnaise becomes obsessed with weight loss after she overhears Doug commenting on her weight he was actually referring to a homemade vehicle he was making.
In one episode of Hey Arnold! He goes on a cruise with the purpose of helping kids lose weight, but is even bigger when he returns. He manages to lose the extra weight with some help from Arnold, though. Drawn Together has one episode where Toot Braunstein attempts to lose weight, both through bulemia and anorexia. The Simpsons have dealt with this trope in numerous ways due to the fact that a lot of the main characters are on the chunky side.
Lisa Simpson had an episode of this when some kids at school made fun of her weight. Homer bounces around this. Sometimes he wants to be thinner, but in "King-Size Homer" he had woe because he wanted to gain weight in order to qualify for a disability that would allow him to work from home. The former attempt is inspired by his getting stuck in a water slide and becoming a laughing-stock; the latter episode deals with him joining a gym and climbing a mountain to win Bart's respect after he embarrasses him at a church picnic field day.
Bart became overweight in "The Heartbroke Kid" after becoming addicted to the junk food in the new vending machines put into Springfield Elementary. To drive the point home they redid the opening with a now heavyset Bart, who ends up having a heart attack via malted milk ball-clogged arteries. Homer and Marge resort to having him sent to a fat camp against his will, though he finally sticks to losing the weight by himself after realizing his parents have had to turn the house into a youth hostel and degrade themselves for a bunch of annoying college students in order to pay for the camp.
Rainer Wolfcastle has struggled with his weight on two occasions. The first time he claimed he was preparing for a fat secret agent role, but the second time he was at the same fat camp Bart was sent to. In a later season episode, Bart conspired to have Nelson Muntz addicted to Krusty Burger fast food in order to make him obese and lose the energy to bully Bart and the other kids. Lisa forced Bart to help Nelson lose the weight after seeing what Nelson turned into.
All except for Marge, who is slightly disturbed by how everyone seems to be celebrating their obesity. She strives to sue a sugar-manufacturing company out of protest for destroying the town's health, only to have all sugar banned from Springfield. Homer and Bart work to undo this because life without sugar is too much of a hell to comprehend, and although Homer pulls back for Marge's sake, the judge overturns his decision and things go back to normal.
In "Krusty Gets Kancelled," Bart and Lisa were shocked when they discover a morbidly obese Krusty in his apartment just as they were to announce that they got all of the celebrities sans Elizabeth Taylor needed for his comeback special. Krusty declared that he was on a steady diet of milkshakes. Lisa asked if they were diet milkshakes. Luckily, the Simpson family got him back in shape just in time. Marge tries to send away for a tape set to help Homer lose weight via suggestions in his sleep, but the company had run out of weight loss cassettes and sent in a set to improve a person's vocabulary.
They don't realize Homer received the wrong tape, and while Homer becomes much more articulate he gains weight and destroys the tapes out of anger.
Both sides of this are played with in "Hungry, Hungry Homer. Meanwhile, the kids start to get fat from eating Homer's shares at dinner simply because Marge won't cook less, though this is more a case of Balloon Belly then permanent weight.
In "Kamp Krusty" Martin Prince isn't happy that his parents are sending him to a Fat Camp , which is revealed to be run like a concentration camp by the sadistic camp counselor Mr. Bart doesn't really have a problem with being tubby, but Homer, of all people, has the nerve to call him "a disgrace to the family" for being fat. Among them is Mr. Burns, whose shins break due to his new girth. He's seen at the end, still fat, among the crowd ready to beat the crap out of Homer for all the shit he pulled in this episode.
With no women around, the guys can relax and let their bellies hang out. The moment they learn the bus driver's female, they're quick to pull themselves back together despite their annoyance. Theodore and Eleanor from Alvin and the Chipmunks sometimes become self-conscious about their weight. The episode "Arts and Crass" is centered around Daria and Jane creating a piece for the art competition about a girl with bulimia.
The piece was meant to be supportive of people who didn't want to be judged for their looks, and to get people to question the cost of beauty by the standards of society.
Played straight with Hollywood Pudgy added in "Fat Like Me" when Sandi breaks her leg and is out of school for a few days. When she comes back to school, she's put on a couple of pounds and ends up having to resign from the Fashion Club due to the strict weight requirements she implemented. Quinn helps Sandi get back to her regular size because the Club was on the verge of falling apart without a steady leader.
Johannsen is a morbidly obese woman who suffers from hypoglycemia. In her first appearance in Cafe Disaffecto she passes out while Daria and Jane are attempting to sell her chocolate for a school fundraiser. She insists on buying all their chocolate even though she tells them her doctor wouldn't approve.
When she comes to, Daria states she can't sell her the chocolate out of fear for her health. She later appears in Psycho Therapy where it seems her weight and overeating stem from a traumatic childhood and feelings of abandonment after once being told she was an accident. When Quinn barges in to her therapy session to talk to the cute therapist speaking with Johannsen, Quinn suggests vertical stripes will fix her problems. While he is shown to be getting heavier during the course of the episode, this is really a delusion and he is finally shown to be Nothing but Skin and Bones.
It's actually taken fairly seriously. On another end of the story, Stan devises a way to not eat with one method including giving his food to Klaus. Klaus eventually gets so big he bursts out of his fishbowl. In another episode, Roger and Klaus have spent a year driving around the country to see the car pedometer get over ,, and have both gotten pretty fat from doing nothing and eating nothing but fast food.
When the car breaks down, Roger tries to physically push it and has a heart attack. In the far future, Roger's shown trying this again after what's implied to be numerous times and long after Klaus has died and he's much more obese than he was before. One episode revealed Francine has to put a tremendous amount of effort into keeping her body tight, which includes power lifting furniture and a diet of tea and laxatives.
After realizing Stan only married her for her looks, she cuts off her exercise regime and gets a bit chunky among other things. When put under the test of whose parenting skills are superior, Francine is allowed to raise Steve exclusively while Stan raises a clone called Steve-arino.
Francine's Hands-Off Parenting for the sake of giving Steve space to learn from his mistakes turns him into a slovenly fat brat with bad hygiene. Naturally, Steve's extra chub makes it harder for him to get away from Steve-arino when Steve-arino turns out to be a cat-torturing sociopath planning to murder Steve for emergency body parts.
While working as a newscaster in "Anchorfran", Francine's celebrity status gets her free meals whenever she wants at a Mexican restaurant. Stan starts exploiting this and puts on a lot of weight from constantly gorging himself on free food, even admitting he's been treating himself to 16 burritos a day. Stan remains fat for the rest of the episode, and while no one has any visible problem with this, Stan mentions all that spicy food made his colon fall out, which he is apparently holding in place with duct tape.
He's later seen shoving a sheet cake into his face and eating it like a dog. Meg Griffin is shown to be an overeater, and makes a habit out of throwing up after meals. She has far more issues than that however. Stewie even tells her one time that she should consider becoming anorexic and bulimic like the female ballerina dancers since it "seems to work out for them".
When the popular girls at school throw up, Meg says she loves to throw up to fit in. Brian's dumb ex-girlfriend Jillian is bulimic. Stewie calls her fat to make her throw up, and she makes comments about how she is losing her teeth. When Lois becomes a Hollywood starlet, she shows off her newfound anorexia by having her friends play her ribcage like a xylophone.
In "Sibling Rivalry", Lois started to binge eat out of frustration after Peter lost his sex drive following a vasectomy. At first mocked about her weight, when the two accidentally have sex one night Peter is elated to discover "fat sex is the hottest sex" they ever had, and became determined to keep Lois heavy. By the end of the episode Lois had a heart attack and received emergency liposuction.
In "No Country Club for Old Men" Lois bakes a batch of brownies, eats them all herself and then makes herself throw up.
According to Stewie this happens every time she makes brownies. Peter, Chris, and Stewie all dealt with weight issues in one single episode. Chris became self conscious about his size, Peter got liposuction and plastic surgery to make himself a sculpted knockout, and Stewie became obese by way of mocking Chris's diet straight into an overeating disorder. Chris felt better about himself by the episode's end thanks to a few kind words from Meg, Peter gained back all his weight, and Stewie was inexplicably back to normal with no reason given.
Nitz in Undergrads was horrified to discover he put on the Freshman Fifteen just before the Exposed Expo, an annual streaking event, and tried to slim down in time. Amy Wong of Futurama used to be fat when she was little, and although she slimmed down and became much more attractive as she got older, she still has a ravenous appetite which she keeps on lock down. In one post-cancellation episodes, Amy and Professor Farnsworth switched bodies, which Amy used as an excuse to go on an eating binge since it wasn't her body.
However, the Professor's decrepit digestion system proved to be too much of a burden, and Amy switched with Leela. Amy's ravenous hunger caused Leela's body to become fat, and in order to stop herself from doing any more damage, Hermes volunteered to switch, claiming she couldn't possibly do any more damage to his flabby build. Both of them lost weight by the end of the episode, but in Amy's case, she'd lost her appetite completely after seeing Leela in the Professor's body graphically make out with Fry in Zoidberg's body.
During the second Anthology Of Interest episode, Bender wonders what it'd be like to be human. He quickly goes on a week-long hedonistic binge of sex, partying, and eating, culminating in his transformation into a thousand pound human blob. And about forty of those pounds was his cholesterol level. The short ends with Bender dying at the beginning of a big party, and no one realizes this until 12 hours later. Inverted in the last episode of Megas XLR where Fat and Proud Coop is disgusted and enraged to discover his evil, alternate-universe self is a power hungry, skinny conqueror.
In the American Dragon: Jake Long "Furious Jealousy", Jake's Big Eater tendencies started to go into overdrive when he began slacking off due to a lack of magical incidents occurring in the vicinity and he started to get tubby. The only one who was originally concerned was Trixie, until Jake's lack of exercise made him easy prey for the Gorgon sisters. Both Clover and Jerry became hooked on the cookies and became obese by the episode's end, as did the villain herself when the spies made her sample the "highly addictive sugar extract" she invented which made the cookies so addictive.
An antidote was made and Clover and all the other victims of the scheme were turned back to normal. In The Looney Tunes Show , Bugs suggested to Porky during his brief stint as a caterer that he try some of his grandmother's old recipes since Porky's own dishes weren't that good.
The recipes all call for an unhealthy amount of butter but are rather delicious, so much so that Bugs gets hooked on them and is finding excuses to throw parties just so Porky can cater them. Sure enough, Bugs starts off with a noticeable belly, then gets huge , to the point that he causes a tidal wave when jumping into a pool to save Daffy from drowning.
That serves as Bugs' wake up call and he manages to cut back on the junk. Played with in Kim Possible when the writers did an intentionally Anvilicious episode about eating right after being told by the company that they had to make at least one Aesop episode.
Barkin's lectures on a balanced diet by eating Bueno Nacho every day to prove it's not dangerous. Sure enough, Ron starts to get tubby and pretty much everyone, including the villains, show concern over what Ron is doing to his body.
However, after being submersed in a mutagenic growth formula, Ron's appetite increases and he gradually becomes much more fatter, taller, and aggressive, until he finally mutates into an orange parody of the Incredible Hulk. The only solution to reversing the mutation is to get him to eat healthy food. During the end credits however, Ron delivers a lecture about not falling into strange chemicals to the audience even though everyone else has no idea who he's talking to.
Inverted in The Angry Beavers at one point, where Dag is concerned that he's unable to gain weight for winter and worries about freezing to death, while Norb has got no problem at all. The episode ends with Dag deciding to spend the rest of winter living in morbidly obese Norb's fat folds.
In The Fairly Oddparents Timmy once wished that every meal was dessert. At first everyone is utterly hyperactive from the extra sugar rush, until a month passes by and everyone is so bloated they can only get around by rolling until the extra weight causes the Earth to fall out of orbit and spiral into the sun. During Timmy's Secret Wish , after Timmy's retroactively stripped of his godparents for freezing time , Jorgen Von Strangle starts binge eating frosting out of depression since he doesn't have Timmy's antics keeping him busy.
He remains fat for the rest of the episode. Bill Dauterive on King of the Hill is constantly ashamed of his weight ever since his life went downhill following his marriage and divorce. In one episode he's told his excess weight and body hair were the result of the government using him as a guinea pig in drug research, until it turned out he was in the placebo group.
He's ashamed to exercise in a gym because he thinks he's too fat to be seen working out with other people, and when he got diagnosed with diabetes he tried to blame his genes instead of his weight. In at least one episode that implies this has happened before, he goes on an eating binge when the Arlen town council bans food made with trans fats, thinking that all remaining junk food is good for him now that it's government approved. In a series of flashbacks it shows Bill always goes overboard with what he thinks is diet food like light beer, failing to understand it's diet compared to the regular product.
In the trans fat episode, he becomes more bloated than he usually is, and suffered from an outbreak of zits. He doesn't stop until Hank makes him look at his reflection, and Bill becomes horrified enough to stop. Hector in Ozzy and Drix almost had a heart attack after gaining a couple of pounds before he decided to go jogging. There was a Home Movies episode which revolved around Brendon and Jason enabling each other's poor eating habits, before the ending showed the now obese kids making fat-themed parodies of famous movies.
When Static had traveled into the future, he was a little shocked to discover Richie had noticeably gained a few pounds as an adult. Upon arriving back to the present, he snarked that Richie should watch the fast food from that point.
A Very Special Episode of Beverly Hills Teens had Tara go on a crash diet in order to drop five pounds so she would qualify to enter a particular beauty contest. Done twice in KaBlam! The overreaching story of one episode concerning Henry and June focused on the two being out-of-shape, to the point that they could barely get through the opening credits.
They learn that a physical is coming up and try to lose weight with help from Richard Simmons, but they're not able to concentrate long enough to make any progress and sadly accept they'll be out of a job soon.
Then they learn that their physical was only testing them on surviving cartoon physics via dumping anvils on them. Upon passing said exam they go back to eating junk food with gusto.
An Action League Now short was basically a reversal of Thinner with the Chief getting cursed into obesity by a scam fortune teller with actual powers. Wakko introduces the Scotty stand-in to Earth doughnuts, and he progressively gets fatter as the short goes on until he's too big to reach the control panels.
Played with in two senses in Johnny Bravo. In the earlier "Jumbo Johnny" episode, Johnny worries that he's not as buff as he could be and seeks to gain weight in terms of musculature.
He's sold an experimental protein shake, but he doesn't follow the instructions correctly and drinks every can in a single night. By morning, Johnny is extremely fat and deludes himself into thinking he's ripped, until he takes more of the protein shake and essentially becomes a fat giant.
Johnny accidentally destroys most of the city looking for the protein shake salesman, who finally gives him the antidote to slim down. But Johnny still doesn't follow the instructions, drinks every can he's given, and while he does slim down he's basically a two inch stick person with a normal sized head. Lucky Piquel in Bonkers is often the butt of some fat jokes since he's a very big guy. In one episode he's stressing out about having to lose some weight for an upcoming physical, which is made extremely difficult when the case of that episode involved the mascot of a snack cake company.
However, thanks to sheer will power, Lucky manages to reach the required weight level for the physical even though he doesn't look any slimmer. Bonkers, on the other hand, had spent most of the episode gorging on junk food and had gotten pretty fat. Fearing he might sue, Principal Pixie Frog changes the lunch menu to feature nothing but stuff humans eat.
Jake and just about everyone else in the school except Adam get addicted because they're not used to eating pizza, french fries, and tater tots, and become very obese. When Adam is almost mobbed for his lunch, he threatens Pixie Frog that if he gets hurt he'd have grounds to sue the school, and offers not to in exchange for the menu being set back to the way it was. It then ends with everyone, the students and the staff, trying to lose weight.
One episode of Kappa Mikey opened up with Gonard significantly tubbier than usual, and Ozu orders him to get back in shape because he's an action star. Gonard's forced to use Ozu's workout equipment, and while he becomes much more chiseled than he was before, he's now obsessed with exercising.
Half of Dethklok's band members have body image issues. Pickles and Skwisgaar are both rather slender and Toki's absolutely ripped under his clothes, but Nathan and Murderface are on the heavy side. Nathan is a Formerly Fit example but is seen as a Big Beautiful Man due to the fact that he's more heavy than fat, while Murderface is out of shape and unattractive.
Although in a later season episode, Nathan becomes increasingly concerned with his weight after accidentally breaking the hot tub by jumping into it, and being labeled unattractive on a recent news editorial. Explored in a very unusual sense on an episode of The Magic School Bus , in which the "woe" aspect comes not from fat or musculature, but gravity. Phoebe is concerned that she is unable to perform a special basketball feat for an upcoming game, and Ms.
Frizzle uses this as an opportunity to teach the class about the concept of gravity. The bus transforms into an artificial planet, and the gravity is altered depending on how small or big the bus is. Unfortunately, someone knocks the gravity controls into high gear, enlarging the bus and increasing the gravity to such a degree that the kids are barely able to move and in danger of being crushed.
Thankfully they manage to reach the controls in time before something bad happens. Done a number of times in South Park: Cartman tries to bulk up using protein powder, but doesn't understand he needs to use the powder alongside an exercise regime. By the end of the episode, he's a morbidly obese blob and seriously believes he's a well-muscled hunk. Butters is forced to gain fifty pounds as part of a convoluted scheme by the boys to make money doing a bunch of commercials for City Wok similar to Jared from Subway.
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The Girls Gone Wild team invaded the gym and seduced the girls to all strip naked. Once naked, Sailor was pulled aside, interviewed and she entered the boxing ring. Here she sat in the ropes and started to masturbate. She burned a lot of calories when she came.
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