Two and a Half Men Star Calls Show 'Filth'
In an unusual turn of events, Angus T. Jones, the nineteen-year-old who plays Jake Harper alongside Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer on Two and a Half Men, has called the humorous hit, 'filth.'
In a fifteen-minute religious testimonial for Forerunner Chronicles, he channelled an unusual attitude towards his 'non-existent character,' pleading viewers of the sitcom to stop watching 'filth,' adding he no longer wishes to be on the show.
"Please stop watching it; stop filling your head with filth. Please. People say it's just entertainment,' he revealed in his testimony.
'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, and especially with what you watch."
Following Charlie Sheen's rebellious antics, it was rumoured the tenth and final season could have been the last – Ashton, Jake and Jon signed one-year contracts... which could potentially mean Jake will be off the hook in just under a year.
Angus, who has been with the show for what seems to be like an eternity, is just about to clock up ten years of airtime. In his first testimony on YouTube, he admitted to the smoking of weed in his junior years of high school, and dropping acid in his more senior years.
"I was just kind of on a downward trend, living for myself, really not concerning myself with family, anything outside of what was helping me out."
We'd like to know your thoughts Angus's testimony – do you believe Two and a Half Men has changed paths?
Watch his testimonial below.