1) He's still super religious, saying he may return to acting in "Bible-based stories and stuff like that." 2) He still thinks Two and a Half Men is evil ("I was making light of topics in our world that are problems for a lot of people, and I was a paid hypocrite because I [...]
"If you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop watching Two and a Half Men, I'm on Two and a Half Men, and I don’t want to be on it. Please stop watching it, and filling your head with filth… People say it’s just entertainment. Do some research on the effects of television and your brain, and I promise you you’ll have a decision to make when it comes to television, especially with what you watch."
Two and a Half Men's half-man Angus T. Jones made headlines earlier this week when he called the show "filth" and encouraged people to stop watching it in a testimonial video for a Christian cult, fueling speculation that he'd be leaving the long-running series soon. HuffPo now reports that Jones will probably be departing after the current season, the show's tenth, in which he won't be appearing in every single episode anyways. CBS has yet to renew Two and a Half Men for an eleventh season, but considering how long it's been running and that Angus T. Jonesgate is coming in the wake of ex-star Charlie Sheen's [...]
It was announced today that all the principle cast of Two and a Half Men will return for the show's 10th season. Say what you will about how awful the show is – seriously, please comment on how awful it is because it is awful – that is a lot of season. It will become the 11th live action sitcom ever to get to 10 seasons (list below). It is noteworthy and truly a testament to the ability of millions of people to stomach ham-fisted sexual innuendo and half-men. We should be proud?
Two and a Half Men's half man Angus T. Jones made headlines this week when he encouraged fans to stop watching Two and a Half Men and called the show "filth" in a testimonial for some weird religious cult. You'd think the Angus T. Jones controversy would be a cautionary tale for the stars of other network sitcoms and would make them be more careful about what they say, but that's apparently not the case. The Office's Rainn Wilson released this video via his Facebook yesterday afternoon, in which he also calls his show filth and tells people not to watch it, Thursday nights at 9 on NBC. [...]
The half man from Two and a Half Menjust signed a new contract giving him $300,000 per episode. What's the opposite of schadenfreude? "Angus T. Jones — who plays Charlie Sheen's nephew Jake Harper on the show — signed a minimum 26 episode deal on May 12, 2010 … which means dude will make $7.8 mil over the next two seasons … plus a $500,000 signing bonus. That's just the minimum he's guaranteed. The reality is … CBS has guaranteed 48 episodes over the next two seasons, which means Angus would pocket $14.4 mil total, plus that $500,000 signing bonus."
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