Brain: Hey, you, Belly Fat! We’ve got a bone to pick with you.
Belly Fat: You talking to me?
Kidney 1: You’re to blame for our diabetes.
Pancreas: I told you it’s not my fault.
Belly Fat: You gals are, like, rude.
Belly Fat: What, you don’t like tripping on acid?
Katie: Tripping over acid is more like it. Are these fatty acids? They’re all over the place.
Belly Fat: Whatever. Cleaning is lame.
Kidney 1: They’re messing with the insulin, Belly. Stop making them!
Brain: Belly, Liver’s cells are stuffed to the gills with those fatty acids.
Kidney 1: Blood’s full of them too.
Brain: She’s inflamed and we need her to regulate all kinds of stuff.
Belly Fat: This is, like, totally unfair. I didn’t do anything to Liver.
Brain: You’ve got her completely surrounded! Insulin can barely get through and when it does, Liver can’t respond normally because you’re smothering her in a chronic squishy fatty hug!
Kidney 1: We need Liver to help suck up the extra glucose from the blood. Let her go.
Belly Fat: Like, whatever. You’re a nerd and you’re a gross pee factory. Don’t even talk to me.
Katie: Belly, they have a point, actually. Studies show that if you’re overweight or obese, you’re 90 time more likely to develop type two diabetes.
Belly Fat: There’s fat all over this Body. Why pick on me?
Katie: You’re the only fat blocking access to the organs. If you were on the thighs or jiggling under the biceps, it’d be better.
Belly Fat: What a bunch of losers! I’m not changing for anybody.
Brain: I order you to leave!
Belly Fat: Not going to happen!
Brain: I’m going to order more vegetables, I’m going to go to bed early—
Brain: Muscle, you’re going to get your thirty minutes a day. Maybe more. I want this Belly out of here!
Muscle: Nice! I’m stoked, dude.
Belly Fat: Whatever, nerd.
Katie: Bladder’s full again, so we’ll be right back. Stay tuned for our final interview with the one, the only, the soon to be empty, Bladder.