It is every bit as gimmicky as its title suggests, and the moral ideology is tired and heavy-handed. Les Kurkendaal is back at Fringe with a monologue about his misadventures in weight loss and vanity, as he essentially talks about foods that he likes for an hour, and snickers at his own "oh yeah, I went there!" breed of jokes. He discusses his experiences working at Jenny Craig and feeling fat with his "You go girl!" sense of humor, which would be better suited for a buddy comedy with Eugene Levy than a theater festival. He's likable enough and has a loud, clear voice and a lot of personality, but he tries too hard. Ultimately, there's a gaudy life lesson to be learned, which most of us already learned in junior high. Friday, 9 p.m.; Saturday, 10:30 p.m.; Sunday, 6 p.m.