In Holiday Wishes, the two young women switch bodies. The switch upsets them, so they decide to punish each other. They do this by “wrecking” the opposing girl’s body by eating a ton of junk food and “getting as fat as a cow.”
It’s also chock full of other troubling and problem language.
In A Diva’s Christmas Carol, Vanessa William’s character calls Kathy Griffin’s character a “skinny bitch” and Griffin is so delighted to be called “skinny” that the “bitch” doesn’t even register.
In A Carol Christmas, one of the bits all through the beginning of the film is “the world’s fattest Santa” and how he can be exploited and used for shock value and cheap laughs.
In Help For The Holidays, Summer Glau’s character is incredibly insulting and ableist and then, along with Dan Gauthier’s character, makes unrestrained fun of a fat lady. Dan Gauthier’s character then applauds Summer Glau’s character for doing so.
In The Three Gifts, the three “gifts” are precocious. The fat kid’s “bad” behavior: eating.
In fact, just about every one of his lines is a joke about his eating.
And the response “Don’t you ever stop eating?”
Because it’s a shock.