Charlie Marno is a fat man in the episode "Dead Right".
The arrogant Cathy Finch contact the medium Madame Vorma who predicted her many money and before it, a wedding with a unfortunate and fat man who is going to inherit from an immense fortune after the death of a close being and that he is going to die later. She adds that she is going to meet him same evening. Effectly during her night job, she met Charlie Marno who was attracted to her. In spite of her hurtful remarks, he persuade her to to go out with him, unconscious that she has her own plan. He was morbidly fat, had a frighten head and a bad breath. The laxt night, Cathy accept to go into cinema with him watching "La Belle et la Bête" by Jean Cocteau (ironically, their own relationship was a cynical remake) since a diner in a chinese restaurant and to dance in a tango club. They kiss althought she was vomiting after it. When he proposes to be her wife, she accept after learning that he had a old fortunate uncle. Cathy become Mrs. Marno with interest. She spend her first night with him with disgust and become a frustrated and desperate housewive revulsed by the disgusting habits of her husband. Owed to her plans, she forces to show through to nothing.Three months later, She was particulary angry to learn by Charlie that the old uncle had a direct family for to transmet his fortune. Ironically, she wins a colossal check by going to a supermarket.
Returning at her home and determinate to divorced, she demonstrate her real face by insulting Charlie by calling him a "fat disgusting slob." Sincerely saddened and blessed by the young woman, Charlie become psychotic and stab her with a butcher knife, saying " If I can't have you, nobody can."
After his arrest, Charlie inherits a fortune from his deceased wife and dies a violent death after being electrocuted by the penitentiary electric chair.