Noah Centineo Improvised One Adorable Part Of 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'

He is ACTUALLY a dream boyfriend IRL.
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Since To All the Boys I've Loved Before hit Netflix last Friday, the Internet has found a new dream boyfriend to obsess over: Peter Kavinsky. The jock isn't *just* a total stud, he's also sensitive, understanding, and —as Lara Jean says— a "good listener." Oh, and did I mention he's super hot?

Obviously, the reason Peter has become the epitome of everyone's teenage dream is all thanks to actor Noah Centineo (and some really great script writing, tbh). But apparentlynot all of it was acting. Netflix's @seewhatsnext Twitter account let it slip that one scene was totally improvised and unscripted, which basically proves that Noah = Peter Kavinsky IRL. Yes, you can freak out now.

In the scene where Peter watches Sixteen Candles with Lara Jean and Kitty, he and his fake girlfriend's little sister get into a pillow fight. And, TAKE NOTES @ EVERYONE: like the gentleman that he is, he puts the bowl of popcorn down on the ground. HE. PUTS. THE. POPCORN. DOWN. No hard-to-reach kernels stuck under the couch, no broken bowl, and no script. Noah did it on his own. He was like, "Wait, before I do this really adorable thing, let me make sure I don't create an unnecessary mess." 

So, let's cut to the chase: Noah Centineo is beautiful, in every aspect of his being, on and off-script. BRB, I'm going to watch To All the Boys I've Loved Before 10,000,000 more times.

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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.

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