After making waves with recorded religious testimony in which he begged his fans to stop watching Two and a Half Men — “Please stop filling your head with filth” — co-star Angus T. Jones has issued an apology to the cast and crew of the CBS sitcom.
“If you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop watching Two and a Half Men,” Angus T. Jones, co-star of the hit CBS sitcom, says in a new video. “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.”
With everything that’s happened over the last few weeks, I wouldn’t thought I’d be saying this, but Charlie Sheen raises a good point: How do you replace an actor on a television show?
For all the misgivings I have about the shared Marvel Movie Universe – which pretty much comes down to “It’s all fun now, but it’ll probably seem like a drag ten movies down the line, just like the comics” – I have to admit, there really is a thrill in seeing characters from one place suddenly pop up where you least expect them. In fact, I have to admit, if I had my way, movies and television shows would crossover much more often than they already do – and here are five examples of what I’d want to see.
The news that Syfy’s Warehouse 13 mysteriously dropped in the ratings last week got me thinking about television ratings and the weirdness therein… Mainly, it got me wondering: are all television shows destined to lose viewers?