Real O'Neals Video: Kenny Goes Gaga for Halloween (aka 'Gay Super Bowl')

Tuesday’s episode of The Real O’Neals (ABC, 9:30/8:30c) marks Kenny’s first Halloween since coming out to his family, and he’s going big — like, we’re talking a full-blown musical number here.

And why shouldn’t he? As explained by ESPN sportscaster Neil Everett in TVLine’s exclusive clip, All Hallow’s Eve is the “biggest night of the year … the gay Super Bowl!”

“This is what it’s been all about,” Kenny tells himself as he takes the field, surrounded by exquisitely costumed backup dancers. “It’s a dream come true, a night where I can totally be me with no judgment.”

That said, The Real O’Neals is still a sitcom, so we’re sure Kenny’s plan is bound to face an obstacle or two — possibly in the form of a certain whistle-wielding Catholic mom?

Hit PLAY on the clip above, then drop a comment with your thoughts below.

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  1. a caricature of a caricature of a stereotype of stereotype. Glad your not doing that Noah. *eyeroll*

    • ScottJ says:

      The point in the show is that Kenny has no gay role models, and doesn’t have a clue about being gay. His silly little fantasy sequences are always some sort of idealistic over-thinking that reality is pretty quick to squash. But despite that Kenny continues to be a stereotype because that’s all he knows. Much as I like the show it really needs to start moving on from that a bit.

      • Noah said the above quote about Eric Stonestreet and yet he’s being a caricature more than anyone else. That was my statement.

        • M says:

          Kenny is young teenager who likes Lady Gaga and has fantasy sequences.
          Cam is an adult, out for years, who is constantly screeching, dropping his wrists, crying over nothing, etc.
          Kenny is not anywhere near as bad as Cam.

        • DV says:

          Maybe this is his punishment for saying those things. I’ve noticed Kenny has been a lot more annoying this season.

  2. Ana says:

    I thought Glee ended more than a year ago. Why is Ryan Murphy repeating storylines from the first seasons?

  3. AB says:

    I have never watched this show, and after that video I think it’s a wise decision.

  4. Hey let’s not take everything so serious people. There are many facets of gay life that are not for me – drag and Broadway musicals to name a couple – but let’s just take this clip for what it is, a bit of fun and really well done. The Real O’Neals while not the best little sitcom out there is one of the few the LGBT community have got. It’s great to see a show in primetime and on a network that says to kids, “hey you can be gay and it’s fine”. To me that’s the core of this show which is still finding its way… I think the fantasy sequences are fun.

  5. Al says:

    Sorry but Oscars night is really the Gay Super Bowl. I mean how many bets are made on that night alone? Lol