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Can grow to five times her normal size when she gets angry.
Needs doughnuts to fuel her super-powers. Diet foods weaken her and shrink her to five inches in height.
"Saving the world, one doughnut at a time!"
From Stan Lee's Super Computer
Fat Momma wrote and sings her own theme song … which you won't be able to get out of your head for days after you hear it.
Oooh, a female hulk! Gotta love a Fat Momma with a catch phrase of saving the world--one doughnut at a time. I can't wait to hear her theme song, as I'm sure I've had worse stuck in my head. :lol
Is her theme song "Fat Bottomed Girls?" :rofl
other than the weakening, the diet food thing isnt so much a disadvantage, a 5 inch person can get into a lot of places.
I want to see her shrink. Give her a diet soda. :D
When I first seen the previews for the show and I saw Fat Mama I was like "are you serious, come on now." But after watching the first ep. I like Fat Mama. I don't know if her character would neccessarily work in comic book/or movie format, but I like Fat Mama the person so I'ma root for her to at least do well.
hahah. Me too CoolBeans. I don't so much like her as a SH. But as a person I think she is sweet as pie.
I love Fat Momma, hopefully she'll take the crown in this ridiculously cynical show.
Cynical? I find this show to be the exact opposite of that. Stan Lee really IS trying to pick someone of high character. Sure, there's a lot of producer manipulation, but so what? Its fun.
Originally Posted by Cream
I'm still wiping away tears. This one got to me. No fun and games this time (except maybe the guy with one diamond earring). Fat Mama you have had your ups and downs but now the real woman and evolving super hero is shining through. I thought you would go to the dark side after the Tyveculus elimination, but the way you spoke with the children and then your meltdown with the thought of Feedback in pain impressed both me and Stan Lee. Way to go...by the way - I love your comic book cover.
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