Morgan talks to some health experts about the obesity epidemic in America and how fast food restaurants are a contributor to it. Lisa Young, a professor at New York University, illustrates how fast food companies have changed their portion sizes over time to make excessive amounts of food the norm.
Jennifer and David are expected by their parents to eat a "healthy" breakfast before they go to school. Jennifer is discouraged by the sheer amount of food she must eat but does so at the polite insistence of her mother.
While traveling, Audrey falls asleep and dreams about food. In the dream, she is served a neverending stream of food by butlers, and she gets so full that her stomach inflates.
Many of the local restaurants in the Pawnee Restaurant Association have increased the size of their sodas, and the city is concerned. Leslie argues that a 512 ounce child size soda may be taking it too far.
Morgan orders a Super Size meal from McDonald's and shows how much food and drink he is given. As he continues his meal, he feels terrible and experiences bad gas, sweating, nausea, and throwing up.