Fat Camp

Fat Camp

Twenty-six year-old Hutch (Chris Redd) is a ladies man who lives at home until his mother (Vivica A. Fox) gets fed up with his constant mooching and kicks him out. With nowhere to go, Hutch returns to his uncle's (Mel Rodriguez) failing fat camp where he miraculously gets a job as a counselor. Then his troubles begin. He's paired with Charlie (Michael Cienfuegos), a rookie counselor who is everything Hutch hates – kind, bubbly and sincere – and assigned a cabin full of misfits: the closeted Andy (Steven Capp), the militant "fat-is-beautiful" Marshall (Juliocesar Chavez), crazy wigger Kyle (Luke Clark) and uptight Jamar (Bentley Green). Hutch, who can't stand the sight of fat people, quickly sets his eyes on more appetizing fare: Abby (Anabelle Acosta), a highly "bangable" fellow counselor who won't give him the time of day. She's also Hutch's main competition for the cash prize he desperately needs to get his own place when the summer ends. All Hutch has to do is help his campers lose the most weight. Unfortunately for Hutch, his method of humiliating and yelling at the campers has the opposite effect and they end up gaining weight. Worse, the cool guy counselor (Brian Borello) from the camp across the lake challenges Hutch and his loser kids to a dance-off – and Hutch accepts! Now his campers are in full revolt as they learn that the cool kids are secretly plotting to "pants them" at the dance. But the worst is yet to come as Hutch gets Charlie completely wasted on "liquid courage" and then seemingly hooks up with Charlie's love interest – just when he had a shot with Abby!
Twenty-six year-old Hutch (Chris Redd) is a ladies man who lives at home until his mother (Vivica A. Fox) gets fed up with his constant mooching and kicks him out. With nowhere to go, Hutch returns to his uncle's (Mel Rodriguez) failing fat camp where he miraculously gets a job as a counselor. Then his troubles begin. He's paired with Charlie (Michael Cienfuegos), a rookie counselor who is everything Hutch hates – kind, bubbly and sincere – and assigned a cabin full of misfits: the closeted Andy (Steven Capp), the militant "fat-is-beautiful" Marshall (Juliocesar Chavez), crazy wigger Kyle (Luke Clark) and uptight Jamar (Bentley Green). Hutch, who can't stand the sight of fat people, quickly sets his eyes on more appetizing fare: Abby (Anabelle Acosta), a highly "bangable" fellow counselor who won't give him the time of day. She's also Hutch's main competition for the cash prize he desperately needs to get his own place when the summer ends. All Hutch has to do is help his campers lose the most weight. Unfortunately for Hutch, his method of humiliating and yelling at the campers has the opposite effect and they end up gaining weight. Worse, the cool guy counselor (Brian Borello) from the camp across the lake challenges Hutch and his loser kids to a dance-off – and Hutch accepts! Now his campers are in full revolt as they learn that the cool kids are secretly plotting to "pants them" at the dance. But the worst is yet to come as Hutch gets Charlie completely wasted on "liquid courage" and then seemingly hooks up with Charlie's love interest – just when he had a shot with Abby!