In this tongue-in-cheek viral video, the Temple University junior presents his case that he is the illegitimate son of famed late-night host Conan O'Brien.
Exhibit A: Keating's mother worked just a few floors away from O'Brien in the early '90s.
Exhibit B: The two of them look exactly alike. (This of course brings up a second possibility: O'Brien and Keating are both the long-lost sons of former Finnish president Tarja Halonen.)
Good enough for a paternity test? Not quite. Good enough for a chuckle? Certainly.
UPDATE: On Twitter, O'Brien denied the accusation:
A kid in New Jersey is falsely claiming to be my illegitimate son. For the record, I have three children: Neve, Beckett, and @RonanFarrow.— Conan O'Brien (@ConanOBrien) January 14, 2014