Episode 132: The Return of Cecil the Weight Loss Surgery Drama Llama

Posted by on Aug 4, 2011 in Food issues, Long Term

In this week’s episode of BariatricTV we have a Drop Zone Freak who’s wide awake. We also have a brand new contest for you. We want to see your victory dance, and the best one gets a basket of goods. In Altered Reality we take a look at food addiction. Could eating the same thing everyday help you when it comes to food obsession? And we wrap things up in the Freak On segment with a visit to the barnyard where Cecil the Weight Loss Surgery Drama Llama takes a look at internet experts.


  • The Drop Zone segment features Laura Jordan
  • We’ve see a trend lately on other videos site that we want to incorporate.
  • We want your weight loss surgery victory dance.
  • Post your victory dance video as a video comment to this episode on our YouTube Channel.
  • We’ll pick our favorite video, and send the person that created it a big bag of bariatric friendly products.
  • Do you find that you can obsess about certain foods?
  • A recent study shows that monotony, when it comes to food choices, may lessen your food cravings.
  • Cecil the Weight Loss Surgery Drama Llama, and her friends, take a look at internet experts.


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5 Responses to “Episode 132: The Return of Cecil the Weight Loss Surgery Drama Llama”

  1. baka (Ian) says:

    Welcome back Cecil!

  2. This is why I love you guys! GREAT SHOW, from A-Z!

  3. T2Nashville says:

    HOLD THE PHONE! As much as Lynnda LOVES swing dancing, she doesn’t want to do a dance video? REALLY? I was shocked – shocked, I tell you!

    I have a new IPad as of today. Even I am going to attempt. And if I look like Elaine dancing on Seinfeld…well, then I’ll rethink. :)

    “Think for yourselves” – what a novel concept, Sheepels!

  4. T'Rina Lockary says:

    “He obviously doesn’t get that we’re sheep”… new favorite thing to say

  5. The Drama Llama skit should be required viewing before anyone is allowed to read or post on ANY WLS community. The drama is why I had to take a several month break. You said it perfectly.

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