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Angus T. Jones Begs Fans to Stop Watching Two and a Half Men

Angus T. Jones, the half a man who’s getting paid $300,000 for each episode of Two and a Half Men, wants you to stop watching his hit CBS sitcom because he’s found religion. No, seriously.

The religion that Jones has found might not be one you’re familiar with. Jones was raised Christian and went to a Christian school, but has recently rediscovered his faith under the teachings of a man named Christopher Hudson, who also goes by the name the Forerunner. Because of his newfound set of beliefs, which you can see detailed in the two videos posted in this article, Jones has changed his view on Two and a Half Men and is now begging fans not to watch the show.

“Jake from Two and a Half Men means nothing,” he said. “He is a non-existent character. 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, please stop filling your head with filth.”

He continued, “It’s bad news. I don’t know if it means any more coming from me, but you might not have heard it otherwise. So just watch out. A lot of people don’t like to think about how deceptive the enemy is. He’s been doing this for a long longer than any of us have been around. So we can’t play around. There’s no playing around when it comes to eternity.”

Later in the video, Jones added, “You can not be a true God-fearing man and be on a television show like [Two and a Half Men]. I know I can’t. I’m not OK with what I’m learning, what the Bible says, and being on that television show.”

Ironically, the videos were filmed in Jones’ Two and a Half Men trailer on the Warner Bros. lot. Jones also admits in his testimony to doing marijuana and acid, as well as being a bit “material” because of his involvement with Hollywood. Jones has starred in Two and a Half Men since 2003, when he was 10 years old.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Richard-Casey/623640256 Richard Casey

    Just when you thought you’d never see the headline “Two and a Half Men star in career derailing breakdown”. Dear god, I don’t think I can deal with more insane rantings of people with far too much money to be complaining this fervently about a position hundreds of thousands of people would kill their grandmothers with their bare hands naked for.

    Also, poor John Crier.

  • http://twitter.com/StephenMuses Stephen Conway

    Shouldn’t it be “Jones has starred in Two and a Half Men since 2003, when he was 10 years old.” Just a minor error.

  • http://profiles.google.com/bmiddleton2 Brian Middleton Jr

    Good for him.  That show is filth, and having him on the show from such a young age, imo, is just unhealthy.

  • VBartilucci

    Is Jonathan Liplicki doing anything?

  • Dfc2896

    I liked what he was saying, until he started preaching, but still it’s a crappy show and I’m shocked it’s still on.

  • Ger

    I wonder if he found this “new god” after the episode where he had sex with Miley Cyrus, or before.

  • Mak

    LOL…
    MIley Cyrus can do that you…

  • K. Nable

    $300K/episode. Not a bad gig, even if he thinks its filth. Religion sucks. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/dfullam David Fullam

    So…is he going to put his money where his mouth is and leave the show?

  • Doctor Aquaman

    I was wondering if his morals were so pure that he was going to leave the show and give back all that money he made off of it back. No, I guess not.

  • Xenif

    What’s more dangerous, watching this show or working on it?

  • http://twitter.com/ErikJLarsen Erik Larsen

    So wait–this kid doesn’t want you to watch his non-existant character since he’s found God–another non-existant character? How messed up is that?

  • http://www.facebook.com/claude.parish Claude AndPam Parish

    People still watch that show?

  • Lukeganderson

    We should keep watching just to teach him there is no god

  • http://www.facebook.com/spacemonkeymikey Mikey Wood

    Here’s an idea: Donate your $300 thou per episode to someone who could use it.

    Like me.

  • Jon_A_S

    Well, I’ll give him one point: it’s a pretty bad show. Here’s a thought, though: fire him from the show, and get someone who can actually act and be funny, and not use his “fame” to spread his harebrained religious nonsense. Or just cancel it.

  • http://twitter.com/j4ckl3 j4ckl3

    I didn’t catch where he said he was sending all the money he made from the shows or will continue to make back to the shows producers.

  • Ebuckworth

    Well then…..I guess finding God was good, just seems really random.

  • Thaiorbem

    poor Angus.. blinded by religion

  • Tina_cristhai

    the show only sucks npw because of Kutcher

  • http://www.nightly.net/ Robin in Alaska

    Sounds like when Chef got UMAD BRO at South Park. Hey, people aren’t their characters. I respect his beliefs. I’d also have mad respect if he didn’t cash another paycheck from the show however. Someone should do a follow up report to see if that happens.

  • mysecret

    Ok here are the problems I have with this. 1) If you do not like something then don’t watch it, or don’t be a part of it. But do not force others to be like you. If Angus does not want to be a part of show any longer, and his faith prevents him from liking his work, fine. But please do not try and “save us”, that is not your job. 2) There is something wrong when your religion wants you to fear God. From my understanding he was supposed to be there as a beacon of light and hope, not some luminous spirit to scare us into acting right. I think Angus needs to shut and pray to his God and leave the rest of the people alone.

  • Lastnamecumbie

    Well we have a new Kirk Cameron and guess what it is bullshit I hate bible thumpers and I believe in god myself. If the job is so tainting then do not accept a paycheck but like the hypocrite that he is he will continue to do his job and take the check and yes he has a contract but if he was a true believer he would quit for his damn faith.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1418569472 Phillip Lozano

     The kid seems to be having an honest crisis of conscience with appearing on the show. Even if he is in a “position hundreds of thousands of people would kill their grandmothers with their bare hands naked for,” that’s a piss-poor reason to denigrate his actions. He’s not hurting anyone, nor is his behavior destructive or sociopathic.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1527211672 Charles Storey

     If the show so damn evil, stop taking the money they paying him and move on . Talk is cheap .

  • Logossun

    I’d like some proof that it’s not sociopathic, or at least derranged, psychotic or brainwashed. He found second religion??? Right. Chevy Chase just left Community right away, I think Jones could do the same with his show.

  • http://twitter.com/penguintruth Michael Fitz-Gibbon

    The writers should intentionally write situations for his character that he objects to. Like, I don’t know, giving a guy a handjob while performing an abortion to an unwed woman with big fake tits sticking out while death metal plays in the background. Or maybe have him read Origin of the Species.

    You know, just really humiliate him in public. If he’s so moral, he should just quit and bare the brunt of any contract violation problems. After all, there’s no playing around with eternity.

  • KIRK CAMERON

    Kirk Cameron pulled the same BS in the final season of GROWING PAINS…. now he has spent the last 25 yrs being a religious nut condemning everyone and everything because of that dumbass book ( the bible)….  Christians are totaly nuts…

  • Michaelcmx

    yea I would hate to be rich and have the world handed to me on a silver platter…he must just be miserable…if he is serious…QUIT..give your money to the needy and your things to those without…you wanna act religious..don’t half ass it

  • Guestp

    I’m guessing he will continue because he’s church wants him to give them his money.

  • Tophman

    Dude is not irreplaceable… if he truly feels that strongly about being involved in the TV series, he should just quit. I’m sure Chuck & company can easily find a replacement.

    Besides, it’s not like his character is the lynchpin of the series. If you ask me, this makes me wonder how badly T&aHM’s ratings are right now… this could be a publicity stunt to gain viewers.

  • Statham

    I think it’s time to bring out the old ‘LOLWUT’.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/KVZFMGPOL3XCB2SHULPWZZAJOU rocky

    Sounds pretty hypocritical. He’ll make a good Republican.

  • Lead_sharp

    Somewhere, someone is laughing their tits off.

  • http://twitter.com/SoulCalFan Pierce

    Can’t he just quit? And if contract stuff prevents him from doing so isn’t’ that what lawyers are for?

  • Akkadiannumen

    :D So pathetic it’s hilarious.

  • Guest

     That’s exactly what is says already. Unless they’ve changed it since you posted that.

  • David

    That’s not very nice.  Many of us who are people of religious belief aren’t like this, you know.