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“Two and a Half Men” Star Turns Christian and Says Stop Watching “Men” (FULL TESTIMONY)

Two and a Half Men star encourages people to stop watching the show.

Angus T. Jones who plays Jake Harper on Two and a Half Men recently had an “awakening.” In a video interview with the religious website Forerunner Chronicles, Jones spoke against the show and called it “filth.”

In the video, Jones says, “If you watch ‘Two and a Half Men,’ please stop watching “Two and a Half Men.” “I’m on ‘Two and a Hal Men,’ and I don’t want to be on it. Please stop watching it, please stop filling your head with filth,” he continues.

Forerunner calls it “The Testimony of the Awakening of [a] star.”

Jones also urged people to do research on the effects of television and your brain. He says, “I promise, you’ll have a decision to make when it comes to television, especially with what you watch on television. It’s bad news.”

Jones makes about $350,000 an episode. At this time, there was no confirmation if he quit “Two and a Half Men” or if show execs fired him after he trashed the show.

Warner Brothers, the production company of “Two and a Half Men,” had no comment on Jones’ comments.

  • Liz

    I think Charlie has been sharing his magic powder!

  • Yoga Lee

    $350,000 per episode?

  • Xamtion

    So…I suppose we can safely assume the guy who plays Alan will lose his marbles next?

  • Gracia

    Maybe he should donate his fee from the show to the church just to ease his conscience.

  • Clara

    Totally awkward >_<

    • Elida

      Econ major, actually. Revolving creidt is like a creidt card debt. All banks in a country have creidt cards with all other banks (except they normally don’t charge each other an arm and a leg that’s reserved for the customers ), and the shortest short term interest rate possible is the interest rate on banks’ creidt cards with other banks.Measuring banking profit is a bit convoluted banking panics happen because it gets too convoluted for the banks themselves.

  • Favio

    Angus, don’t bite the hand that feeds you. By the way, I have not watched since Charlie was fired..

  • Arnold B

    I agree with him. That show does promote filthy morals. Rampant sex without love.