Matt's the typical classroom cut-up. Less sarcastic than Chandler Bing, not as physical as Jim Carrey. Matt's always got the witty comeback, and he seems to be a generally happy person. People who claim to know him have posted on the message boards speculating that he's a typical partying frat boy. Rule 1 of the internet: Don't trust everything you read on any message boards because posters are known to stretch the truth. Rule #2: Don't post personal information on the FOX message boards, because we're going to delete them and you might as well not waste your time. Matt did tell us that he is a big fan of both "American Idol" and "Joe Millionaire," so he's aces in our book. He claims to have only dated psycho girls, which is why he's leaving it up to someone else to find him a mate. Were these girls the problem, or was it really Matt's fault? Your phone-in votes, America, will decide.
In '98, Matt published what can only be described as "the Citizen Kane of Citizen Kane analysis" for Virginia Tech, where he studied Communications and Media.
He's also got one on Mildred Pierce, because, why wouldn't you?
He seems relatively "normal" in a sea of dysfunctional t.v. I would've liked to have seen him with the NICE Denise (not the jiggly playboy.) Hmm...
amhlawyer: I agree.
My only confusion about this guy is mom's insistence that he's a "bad boy" and will "tear through" the female contestants. Say what?
Seemed like a good dude. I felt like yelling, "Run, Matt, run!" at the TV.
"...Every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things donít always soften the bad things, but...the bad things donít always spoil the good things." - The Doctor
It would appear that mom has an over-inflated opinion of her son's 'ways with the women.' I mean, she was the nicest family member, by far. But a little bit on the dense side. Did you see his best friend? I mean, did that guy just hit puberty last week?