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There is no Next Episode of My 600-Lb. Life planned.
Nikki finds her career as a costume designer threatened by immobility, so she undergoes gastric bypass and confronts the emotional causes for her eating.
Brittani married a man who loves large women, but at 600-lbs, she can barely contribute to their marriage, and gets surgery to try to have a normal relationship.
At 700 pounds, Chad's weight is dangerously out of control. After gastric bypass surgery, he quickly sheds pounds but faces a medical crisis when he does not follow the doctor's orders. In dire straights, Chad puts his weight loss journey on the line.
600-pound June copes with the tragic death of her son by eating. After gastric bypass surgery, she must confront the emotional issues driving her food compulsion. If she can stay on track, she can become the mother she desperately wants to be.
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.
Milla is bedridden and dependent on her husband and five kids, who can't resist her unending requests for junk food.
Sean has a massive growth protruding from his side and skin so stretched it's tearing apart, forcing his mother to change both of their lifestyles before he can be approved for surgery.
Bettie Jo battles depression and a cancer diagnosis after finding out she's pregnant; Susan suffers a major setback after surgery for her excess skin.
Joe is thinking about proposing to his girlfriend after coming a long way from being morbidly obese; Charity struggles to find strength and face her goals after many post-surgery complication.
Despite having lost 378lbs, Angel's knee pain combined with a history of obesity threatens everything she's worked for. Charity must find the strength to return to her goals of getting healthy and living a normal life after post-surgery complications.
Laura has lost 300lbs+ and is much less dependent on her husband Joey who now he's having trouble finding his way in the relationship. Marla, one of Dr. Now's most challenging patients returns and the fireworks begin all over again.