The Real O'Neals Sneak Peek: Is Kenny Too 'Special' to Get Suspended?

Just because Kenny’s swung open the closet door on The Real O’Neals doesn’t mean he’s ready to stand up in front of the entire school and face his classmates’ scrutiny.

In fact, as revealed in the following exclusive clip from this week’s episode (8:30/7:30c on ABC), Kenny’s so eager to avoid giving a student council stump speech, getting suspended seems like a happy alternative.

There’s just one problem: Not even tackling a fellow student in the hallway results in the desired outcome for the anxious teenager (played by Noah Galvin, recent TVLine Performer of the Week Honorable Mention).

Press PLAY above to see just how far Kenny is willing to go to get booted from the halls of St. Barklay High.

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  1. racingphan says:

    The offensive stereotypes this stinker of a show perpetuates makes me ill.

  2. David4 says:

    I love this show. More people need to watch it.

  3. ScottJ says:

    Its a nice, gentle, sweet little comedy. Far too much comedy today is based around mean-spirited and spiteful people.

  4. HAP says:

    Kind of a shame that some very good actors are addled with the writing in this show. They deserve better material.

  5. jj says:

    I wasn’t expecting to but I really like this show. Noah Galvin has such great comedic timing

  6. Josh says:

    Oh look, another 10/10 super attractive, white, preppy, twinkish main lead role. Yeah realistic compared to actual life. This show makes me more depressed than I already am. =/ ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh