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Big Fat Sting

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A Biggest Loser type reality show, where one of the contestants is a planted athlete in a convincing fat-suit (like Eddie Murphy convincing). this plant will win all the challenges much to the chagrin of the other contestants. If he's busted, he has to pretend to the other contestants that he's fooling the producers as well.
simonj, Jun 06 2008

Making a fat suit https://www.youtube...watch?v=PLgzK-Pw5uw
fat suit [popbottle, Aug 13 2014]


       [+] for pure sadistic evil.
8th of 7, Jun 06 2008

       Won't the fat suit make it more difficult for the athlete to win the challenges?
Noexit, Jun 06 2008

       It's a fake fat suit.
8th of 7, Jun 06 2008

       The end of this show should be Tootsie-like, with not only the fat suit, but also the fake fat suit, the goal of the show was actually a psychologic experiement, the psychologic experiment was actually on the sponsors and advertisers on the show, the planted athelete is a PETA stooge with a grudge against the advertisers, the participants are genetically identical clones, and the illuminati are behind it all, and behind that other stuff too.
bungston, Jun 06 2008

       // the illuminati are behind it all //   

       No, probably not them - it's not their style. More likely either the Rosicrucians, or Opus Deii, or the Masons. Or possibly Reader's Digest. It's all the same in the end.   

       // that other stuff //   

       By which you mean Roswell, the Kennedy asassination, Elvis, crop circles, Princess DIana and 9/11 ?
8th of 7, Jun 06 2008

       The Reader's Digest?   


       //Roswell, the Kennedy asassination, Elvis, crop circles, Princess DIana and 9/11//   

       Yes, yes; "All in a days work".
MikeD, Jun 06 2008

       // The Reader's Digest //   

       You mean you don't know ....... ? I bet you think they're some sort of inncocent book club or something instead of an evil world-wide conspiracy......   

       Hint: The Reader's Digest equivalent of the Jesuits is called the Gideons ...... yes, they both leave books around ... but THEY'VE BEEN IN YOUR ROOM. POSSIBLY QUITE RECENTLY.   

       <Paranoid-Aluminium-Foil-Hat -Spying-On-Us-With-Rays Rant>
8th of 7, Jun 06 2008

       It's an enigma, wrapped in a riddle and stuffed into a matryoshka. Produced by M. Night Shyamalan.
Noexit, Jun 09 2008

       Cover artwork by H. R. Giger, design by Maury Escher, from an original idea by Umberto Ecco (he had to have one eventually).
8th of 7, Jun 09 2008

       //original idea//
A bit harsh. Name of the Rose?

       (+, by the way)
Jinbish, Jun 09 2008

       Hey it's like Undercover Boss for fatties
simonj, Oct 18 2010

       [8th_of_7] //(he had to have one eventually)// If you can find his source for "The paradox of the Porto Ludovica" I'll be impressed with your erudition.
mouseposture, Oct 18 2010

       sp. "Eco"
coprocephalous, Oct 21 2010

       The twist should be that the fat suit guy is not actually the biggest loser. One of the contestants turns out to be pregnant with octuplets. One has eaten a crate of fishing weights right before weigh in. One has leukemia, and goes into remission just in time to take home the prize.
bungston, Aug 13 2014


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