We planted three tomato plants this year in our first (experimental) garden. Two of them were regular size tomatoes: beefsteak and Cherokee. They weren't spectacular producers, but considering that they don't really get enough sun and we didn't have a hot summer, we weren't disappointed.
The cherry tomato plant, however, even though it grew to a normal height, produced what you see above. Three cherry tomatoes. Pitiful.
Colin said the other day "do you think we can eat them all before they go bad?"