Dec 21, 2016
The Real Bulges of "The Real O'Neals"
He wins the adulation of his conservative Catholic high school, receiving cheers, gifts, and an invitation to sit at the jock table, but infringes upon the territory of his brother, Jimmy (Matt Shively).
At first I found it only mildly entertaining. I was waiting for some beefcake shots of Matt Shively and his teammates.
But I never expected to see anything like this on a prime time comedy.
He's an extra; I don't have his name. I wish I did.
Doesn't he notice that his singlet is a bit...um...snug? Doesn't the director notice?
Noah Galvin is 22 years old, by the way, so it's ok to look.
It's impossible not to look.
It gets better.
Suddenly I'm a real fan of The Real O'Neals.
See also: The Real Gay Characters of "The Real O'Neals"