There are so many informative episodes of Supersize Vs Superskinny, that teach you about a good diet that incorporates healthy foods along with exercise, but which ones really stand out? Do you like "Amy-Jo and Andy" the best, or is "Jenette and Rosemarie" your favorite episode of Supersize Vs Superskinny? To determine once and for all what the best episodes of Supersize Vs Superskinny are, let's rank every Supersize Vs Superskinny episode from best to worst.
Supersize Vs Superskinny is a British reality show that asks an overweight person and an underweight person to swap diets. The experience is supervised by Dr. Christian Jessen. Supersize Vs Superskinny premiered on Channel 4 on January 22, 2008. The show often features updates on the progress of previous participants.
Vote up your favorite episodes of Supersize Vs Superskinny, and vote down any bad episodes that you really didn't enjoy, despite how much you love the series as a whole. It can be tough to put one Supersize Vs Superskinny episode over the other when there are so many good ones, which is why you can vote on however many episodes you like.
Tatiana and SandraAt just 6 stone 10lbs, 19-year-old Tatiana Moxey is extremely underweight and desperate for people to stop asking her if she's got an eating disorder. Weighing in at 23½ stone, jazz singer Sandra Andrew is a late-night food lover, enjoying home-cooked West Indian food through the day before feasting on junk food all night long. In the feeding clinic, under the supervision of Dr Christian Jessen, Tatiana and Sandra take part in an extreme diet swap to fatten up skinny Tatiana and slim down overweight Sandra. Meanwhile, size 14 journalist Anna Richardson immerses herself into the world of serial dieters and attempts to drop a dress size or two by following their faddy diets and lifestyle...01Good episode?
Yasmin and DarrylFussy eaters put up a food fight in the feeding clinic as Superskinny Yasmin Smith is forced to swallow a gargantuan diet of snack foods and diet drinks, while Supersize Darryl Weston weighing in at a whopping 33 stone and one pound suffers on Yasmin's lactose, wheat, sugar and fat free diet. Dr Christian Jessen referees the match. Journalist Anna Richardson takes the nip and tuck route to slimming by investigating the world of cosmetic treatments, but she meets with unforeseen complications during the procedure. Gillian McKeith is sent to Coventry as part of her nationwide campaign to turn bountiful bottoms into bums of steel. This week can the personal services of a gym bunny reduce...01Good episode?
Amy-Jo and AndyThis week Dr Christian Jessen tackles the eating habits of Amy-Jo, a superskinny undereater, who is due to spend five days in the 'feeding clinic' with 38½-stone Andy. The participants' attitudes towards food couldn't be more different, but they are both putting their health in danger. Amy-Jo may look perfect on the outside but her extreme exercise regime and diet, which restricts carbs, could lead to her body crumbling inside. To shock her into a new way of eating, she must gorge on the gigantic meals and colossal snacks of the biggest supersize of the series. Meanwhile Andy must learn to survive on the limited calorie intake of Amy-Jo. The aim is for them both to learn how they are...00Good episode?
Elizabeth and StefanTipping the scales at just over six stones, 41-year-old Elizabeth Young thinks she's found the elixir to eternal youth: an extremely disciplined diet. She exists on a radical diet of Brazil nuts, rice, garlic and not much else. In the feeding clinic, Dr Christian Jessen, begs to differ and has the challenge of persuading her that her lack of eating is doing the exact opposite; it's prematurely ageing her. Dr Jessen's prescription is a short, sharp shock, a week of eating the food of 34 stone 9lbs supersized milkman Stefan Ginesi, the fattest contributor of the series. The Northern Irish 'carb junkie' lives on potatoes and Irish stew and is keen to lose weight to start dating and get...00Good episode?