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Obese: A&E debuts reality TV show "Heavy" about morbidly obese - latimes.com

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Tired of reality shows about obese people trying to lose weight? No? Good, because there's another one on the way. A&E debuts the reality television show "Heavy" about morbidly obese people losing weight

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