Marty Nguyen is one of the verbally abusive brothers of Diane Nguyen, along with Tommy, Gary, and Artie. He is also one of the sons of Ma Nguyen and Pa Nguyen.


Marty Nguyen is one of Diane's brothers. His catchphrase is "Not now, I'm watching the game". He shows little to no interest in Diane when she walks in despite her having been absent five years preferring to spend time watching the recording of a game he has seen a hundred or so times before believing he can change the outcome so his team doesn't lose, (they still, of course, lose anyway). Marty thinks the family fighting during the game is bad juju.

He is a washout who could not get into B.C. He tried when he was eighteen and still believes he can get in despite being in his late 30s. He is overall an alcoholic, bum, and sports-obsessed like the rest of his family. He milks out aide from his family by claiming to have "injured" himself at the quarry.


Marty is a Vietnamese man in his early 30s. He has short black hair, slight wrinkles on his face, and a chubby build. He is seen holding a beer can and wearing a button-down baseball jersey with the word SPORTS written in red capital block letters. The neckline and collar have a red trim around them. He also wears a pair of blue jeans and brown shoes.


His catchphrase is "Not now, I'm watching the game."