In episode 107, the series finale, Kirstie discovers her bank account is running low on funds and schemes to get yet another lucrative deal from NBC.
In episode 106, Merv Griffin sets Kirstie up with one of his rich friends, who seems ideal at first but turns out to be an emotional wreck.
In episode 105, Kirstie's crack-head brother suggests that she start doing crack in order to lose weight, but Kirstie's dysfunctional parents try to intervene.
In episode 104, Kirstie tries out a new diet theory which proposes that in order to get small, you have to surround yourself with small things.
In episode 103, Kirstie schemes to meet Gwen Stefani but instead finds herself in jail with her ex boyfriend who reveals himself to be gay.
In episode 102, Kirstie's battles of the bulge continue as she dodges rumors that her weight gain is due to carrying Kid Rock's baby, while trying to land a role in the big-screen action sequel "Charlie's Angels III."
In episode 101, the series premiere, John Travolta recommends a diet guru (Kelly Preston) whose bad weight-control advice to Kirstie includes bulimia; Kirstie pursues black men, believing they'll find her size alluring.
Kirstie Alley takes on her biggest role yet in the outrageous comedy that's part-fiction, part-reality, part-improve - and hugely hilarious. Indulge yourself in the series that TV Guide calls "screamingly funny."
Guest stars John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Jeff Zucker, Mark Curry, and Michael McDonald. Kirstie forces her agent to set her up on a big network meeting with Jeff Zucker only to find out that he thinks she’s too fat for television. Kirstie sleeps with a NBC executive and ends up with a holding deal.
Loosely based on Kirstie Alley's real life struggles, this unscripted reality/comedy hybrid follows a semi-fictional film and TV star, in an ongoing attempt to find work and love in the cruel environment of Hollywood.
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