Angus T. Jones Finds Religion and Asks Fans, “Please Stop Watching ‘Two and a Half Men'”

What is in the water over at Two and a Half Men? Whatever they are serving, I hope Jon Cryer doesn’t partake because I really like that guy.

Angus T. Jones, who plays the Half part on the show (ok, his character is named Jake Harper), has just asked everyone to stop watching the hit CBS show.

“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,” he said.

Jones recently re-discovered religion and now, after being on the show since 2003 and scoring more money than you and I will ever make in our lifetime, he’s sorry for filling audiences heads with “filth.”

He goes on to say that he want’s the fan’s of the show to “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.”

Jones, who was recently named one of the Top 10 Richest Teen Celebrities, should just keep his mouth shut, enjoy his money and time on set and fade into oblivion as he’s sure to do once the show is over.

I can’t wait to see show creator Chuck  Loree‘s vanity card at the end of the next new episode.

Watch the video below.


  1. Bishop J.D.Kelly

    November 26, 2012 at 3:06 pm

    This is all well and good. However, if you are sincere about what you say then you must do more than just talk the talk, you must walk the walk. Give back all the Millions Of Dollars you made over the years corrupting the morals of the youth of America and setting such a poor example for how pre-teens and teenagers should act, behave, and live their lives as a pre-teen and teenagers. Otherwise, your words are meaningless!

  2. Lance Carter

    November 27, 2012 at 7:35 am

    Yes! I absolutely agree with you.

Leave a Reply
‘Call Me By Your Name’ Star Timothée Chalamet: “What scares me is being boring”
"At a certain point I was able to come to grips with the idea to just 'be.'" - Timothée Chalamet
‘Phantom Thread’ Star Lesley Manville: “It’s so easy to make someone bad look good on film. In theatre, there’s no hiding place”
"Filming is different. You’re getting a moment right. You can go in and create something very good, very quickly. That’s a different challenge to having five, six weeks to rehearse a play.” - Lesley Manville
Chadwick Boseman on ‘Black Panther’ and How He Refocused His Career
"As soon as I came to L.A., things immediately shifted for me." - Chadwick Boseman
Bernadette Peters on Returning to Broadway and Why She is Still Trying to Improve Her Craft
"You have to do your best to fulfill the role, not fulfill yourself" - Bernadette Peters
Ellen Pompeo: “Acting, to me, is boring”
"Anybody can be good on a show season one and two. Can you be good 14 years later? Now, that's a f*ckin' skill." - Ellen Pompeo