By C. Molly Smith
February 28, 2017 at 08:00 AM EST
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The Real O'Neals

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After his recent breakup with Brett (Sean Grandillo), you can bet that Kenny (Noah Galvin) is having all the feels.

In an exclusive clip from “The Real Heartbreak,” the tormented teen says, “I feel raw, like I’m trapped in an early-’90s music video.” Then, lo and behold, he is — the music video he replicates being Roxette’s dated “It Must Have Been Love.” (See Kenny’s version above, and the original below.) The re-creation entails Kenny emotionally singing his heart out, flanked by flowing sheets with images of the pair during happier times projected onto them.

Like we said, ALL THE FEELS — and honestly, who knows if he would have left fantasy land if Eileen (Martha Plimpton) hadn’t yelled at him to “turn that damn song off.”

Making things harder for Kenny, and his family, is the fact that a certain romantic holiday arrives just after the split. As the episode description goes, “Devastated by his breakup with Brett, Kenny tags along with Pat and Jimmy to a Lonely Hearts happy hour, but when they try to use Kenny’s sadness to get attention from single ladies, Kenny inadvertently steals the show. Meanwhile, Eileen shuns the usual Valentine’s Day traditions until a chance encounter changes her mind.”

Watch the heartache unfold when The Real O’Neals airs at 8:30 p.m. E.T. on Tuesday, and head back to EW.com after the episode airs for details about how the music video parody came together, what’s ahead for the rest of the season, and more.

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The Real O'Neals

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