Fat Camp is a story about, well, fat camp. A group of teenagers in various stages of chubbiness head to Camp Overton (some voluntarily, others not so much) for a summer of sensible eating and routine exercise.
Leading the pack is Robert, who doesn't really care about his weight, but figures a summer at camp is better than a summer spent working at the Sunglass Hut with his hypercritical father. He immediately clashes with camp counselor Mike with his typical teen "you can't make me" attitude, which makes him a star in the eyes of his fellow campers.
Resident nice-but-shy girl Taylor is drawn to Robert's dynamic personality, and when her sassy (and very loud) friend Daphne informs her that while boys may not notice them in the real world, "in here, we're bangin'!", she decides to take a chance and lets Robert know how she feels. Which all works out nicely, until counselor Mike (who's still annoyed) throws a wrench into everyone's enjoyable summer with a ploy that involves the aid of an obnoxious former fat kid camper, the world's most awkward spying mission, and a neighboring cheerleading camp.
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