Video: Angus T. Jones Calls Two and a Half Men 'Filth,' Urges Fans to Stop Watching

Angus T Jones Two and a Half Men TestimonyTwo and a Half Men appears to have another personnel problem on its hands.

Nearly two years after Charlie Sheen began a very public meltdown that led to his dismissal and almost brought down the CBS comedy, a new video has surfaced in which co-star Angus T. Jones refers to Men as “filth” and pleads with viewers to turn the channel.

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“If you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop watching Two and a Half Men,” he says in the following clip, a religious testimonial in support of Forerunner Chronicles. “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.

“People say it’s just entertainment,” continues the actor, who reportedly pockets a cool $350,000 an episode. “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, especially with what you watch.”

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No comment yet from Warner Bros., CBS or exec producer Chuck Lorre.

This latest Men controversy comes three months into what could (and now seems very likely to) be the show’s final season.

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358 Comments
  1. Emma says:

    I’m sure he’s got no issue taking the money though. Hypocrite.

    • BP says:

      No kidding. He doesn’t HAVE to show up. If he doesn’t want to be on it, quit.

      • CK says:

        It’s not that easy, I’m sure he’s under contract.

        • rowan77 says:

          He renewed his contract for a ton of money just two seasons ago. He didn’t have to. He’d completed his last contract and was not under any legal obligation to sign a new one – yet he did. So hypocrite? Yeah.

          • showfan says:

            UM, he just turned 18 in Sept. of this year, so he wasn’t legally able to sign a contract before then. Any contract would have been signed by his legal guardians, most likely his parents, so he may have had no say in whether he continued or not.

          • rowan77 says:

            He just turned 19, not 18. He was almost 18 when he renewed his contract for such an obscene amount of money and nowhere does he say he was forced into it.

          • KevyB says:

            He did say a while ago that he wanted to quit the show when he turned 18 and go to college. At the time, I thought that was very adult. But to pull this crap when he’s probably in the last season and will be able to enter college before he turns 19? Obviously, turning 18 doesn’t necessarily make you an adult.

          • Just sayin says:

            Well he could have and can quit, maybe he must pay some cash but that’s cash he made from what he calls filth.

            We all have choices to make all the time. If he wants he can quit, simple as that.

          • rowan77 says:

            He certainly could have quit at the end of his contract. If he tried to quit before the end of the season, the producers and studio would have had to sign off on it or get sued for beach of contract. Lucky for the kid they didn’t fire him outright, but next season he’s just recurring and will be making nowhere near his current salary per episode.

        • Cheryl says:

          Also, his religious conversion may have been recent (and THAT is a personal choice that we have no right to judge, even if we don’t share his belief) and, therefore, would not have been an issue before now. Also, as someone else pointed out, he only recently turned 18, so who knows what the situation has been with his parents. And seriously, Two and a Half Men IS filth. Even by a non-religious standard, it’s totally crap TV.

          • Bob says:

            Oh Boo Hoo The guy found GOD and now suddenly doesn’t like his work. If he doesn’t want to show up than that is all he has to do “NOT SHOW UP!” I don’t care what contract he is under. NO ONE can force you to do anything. And a TRUE GOD fearing Christian doesn’t worship Money so worrying about losing all his money for breaking a contract should not even be a thought for him. But it is. So what does that tell you. It tells me that this dude wants people to think he is a Christian or Whatever he is now and wants people to believe that he is “GOOD” at heart but the truth is he hasn’t and will never QUIT the show because he is making to much damn money…END OF STORY PEOPLE! I like to call that a HALF ASS CHRISTIAN! And NO I am not a Christian!

          • skytzo425 says:

            Did you even watch the video? This weirdo basically Said 2 and a half men is the work of the devil. Nothing he said about 2 and a half men in the first video can be seen as absolutely delusional and hypocrisy unless he never spent another day at work. Without actually saying the name Devil, he said “2 and a half men is the work and trickery of the enemy”. Whether you like the show or you don’t, whether you think the show is filth or you love it, to claim to believe what this kid is claiming to believe but still collecting millions to produce a show you claim is “The work of the enemy” makes you an absolute laughable joke of a person.

      • dude says:

        Yeah and he’d just get sued for everything he has. A lot of people do jobs they hate for money. We kind of need it to live.

        • Cassie says:

          I do a job I despise for the money, and it’s not even good money. I’d be a little happier about it if it was what he was making, though.

        • The Misanthrope says:

          But how many of us that don’t like the jobs we do make videos for public consumption saying “Don’t buy stuff from the store I work at” or “Don’t use the services my company offers”? Then compare working for minimum wage and his $350K x 24 episodes last season.

      • Daniel says:

        You realize that such a breach in contract could leave you financially liable and the network could sue him for a LOT of money, right?

        • Stacey says:

          Not if he asks to be released. I am sure the network would have loved to get back the money they pay him. 300 K a episode for 22 episodes, or as many episodes that he does is a heck of a lot of money. And he’s basically bitching about the content of the show. Sure he can have his opinions. Heck the show is trash. But given he’s still drawing a paycheck and appearing on the show; it’s a tad hyprocrital. Unless he did ask to leave, and was denied. But something tells me, he didn’t.

          • Jimi Mac says:

            I think he was advised to say that by his adgent or he decided to say that publicly to try and save his personal career cause he knows the show is going down the dumpers and he doesn’t want to go down with it and make it seem like he isn’t

      • Nicholas says:

        He’ll get sued aince he has a contract

      • tim corbell says:

        Wrong! He DOES have to show up! His contract states BIG TIME consequences if he doesn’t! Furthermore, back when Charlie Sheen was fired for “melting down,” both him and John Cryer didn’t want the show to come to an end – cause they knew many jobs were at stake – not just there’s! Surprisingly, they both felt guilt about being way OVER paid and that others that they work with (and have come to know and care about) would lose their jobs. Now that Angus has money and realises what really matters, you gotta respect his stand. Brings to mind the old saying…”people who don’t have money think it will buy happiness, while those that do have it – know better.”

        • P. cokes says:

          I like the the old saying, “people who say money doesnt buy happiness, don’t have any”

        • Myra Dalton says:

          In my humble opinion, Angus is living out the truth that the Apostle Paul wrote when he said to the Corinthians in 1 Corinthians Chapter 13, Verse 11… “When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.” Angus is just now an adult and he has had plenty of exposure to things in his young life as to what NOT to do. He has learned through the greatest teacher there ever was or will ever be (the Holy Spirit) that there are consequences to doing just anything and everything, so he is just trying to be salt and light to the world, as we are taught to be, as Christians. Good for you Angus! May God continue to shed His grace on you and ever keep you in His loving arms. Amen.

    • I get you says:

      I don’t blame him. I’d kill unicorns for his salary.

    • a_lex89 says:

      I mean he started the show at a very young age, he’s stuck under contract ever since and his paycheck is probably NOTHING compared to what Kutcher or Sheen are/were paid! C’mon.

      • Rusty says:

        He makes 300K per episode!!

        • Stacey says:

          Which he renewed and renegotiated like a year or so go. So he knows what he was getting into. 300,000 is a heck of a lot of money for a kid to be making. Heck it’s more than some actors on beloved shows make. Wow!

      • Edmalex says:

        His paycheck is enormous; he’s became the all time highest paid child actor a few years ago as was reported in the news. He certainly has enough money to give his notice and never work on things that he deems unworthy again. Personally I agree with the “hypocrite” description assigned to this self-righteous kid.

    • Bee Hymes says:

      Don’t be silly. He started as just a little boy. People start to view things their way once their eyes focus. You sound jealous of him. I’m actually just glad he’s not about mememememememememe.

      • venicelion says:

        Ok, so: either we assume “he started as a little kid” and blah blah blah, OR we assume he’s now mature enough to take full responsibility for what he said.
        And since he IS being given an OBSCENE amount of money for what he does, and since his statement might probably be the final nail on the show’s coffin, let’s call him for what he is: a spoiled hypocrite who can stand doing filthy stuff, as long as he gets paid 300K per episode, but doesn’t care potentially leaving without a job other persons involved in the show and being paid a fraction of what he gets

        • Visitor says:

          Uh, you do not have to “assume” that he started out as a little kid. He started out as little kid. It is not hard to believe that he just formulated his beliefs recently. And the show went on without Charlie Sheen and he was a lot more crucial to the show than him.

        • Brooke says:

          Why do you have to “assume” he started out as a little kid? Have you seen the show’s first few seasons? What did you think he was, Benjamin Button?

    • Samantha says:

      Eh, he’s under contract and doesn’t want to be anymore. At least he knows it’s crap.

    • Ron says:

      He was cute when he was a kid but he’s grown into a real turd. If he doesn’t like the show, quit. No one will miss him. And give back 90% of the money (10% was about all he was worth.)

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • kjess says:

        That’s such a BS way of thinking. It can also be an excuse for robbery – I’d do more good with this guy’s money than he would, so I’ll take it. If he had true conviction, he’d walk away from the show. He’s already celebrity enough that his message could reach those who want to listen.

        • John says:

          He’s on a contract, he can’t just walk away. It’s not up to him.

          • kjess says:

            It is up to him. He can break the contract and pay the consequences if he really believes the show is doing people harm. They don’t kill people for breaking contracts.

          • John says:

            The consequences would harm himself and the family. We don’t know what’s in the contract. I just know that I would personally finish the contract. He respects the people there, his co-workers etc. It’s the business he don’t like.

          • Slaggingham says:

            What a load of crap. This is TV, not the mafia. I mean, unless it’s your cult that is threatening him for the money.

          • John says:

            It would harm himself and his family economically. That’s what I meant. And I can only speak for myself, but I wouldn’t go against my employer if that meant I couldn’t economically take care of my family, or if it meant that I would put my co-workers and friends into misery.

          • Aaron says:

            So, John, what you’re saying is that money is more important than personal moral conviction? That he should go against his beliefs because there’s good money in it? That there is no other way to make good money (ergo, not “harm his family”) than doing something that you dispise? If he’s not truly willing to stand up for what he believes, then he’s probably best just keeping it to himself.

        • casualsuede says:

          Start my earning it, rather than asking others for THEIR money.

      • John says:

        So he’s selling filth but it’s for a worthy cause?

        Won’t judge him for tha amount of money, no. For the whoring? Yes indeed.

        • John says:

          No, he’s not selling “filth”. Read my comment, please.

          He didn’t realize it himself, that the show was filth, before a year ago. Then he was struggling whether or not he wanted to continue. Through friends and guidance from the Lord, he continued for one last year. I don’t know if he’s regretting it now, but I think it’s been a cause of “learning the hard way” staying on the show he once loved being on, now with the view of a true Christian – he now sees how truly bad it is, and how it affects peoples lives.

          He’ll get off the show ASAP. And believe me, he doesn’t care about the money. He cares about protecting himself and his family from the law, and he cares about God, his brothers and sisters.

          • Nick says:

            You’re telling me he didn’t realize the show he was on was “filth” until a year ago? What did he go tow work with his ears and eyes closed everyday? Come on, I mean seriously come on…even an eight year old could tell you that that show is no Sesame Street

          • John says:

            He’s not watching the show, Nick. He gets his script, his lines. He doesn’t view the show as we do. And nevertheless, he’s been a kid who smoked weed etc. Who knows, maybe he looked at sex, drinking and other stuff as entertainment – before he got woken up by God.

          • John says:

            Entertainment contract law is ALL about the money so if he wanted to walk he could: all it would cost him is that money he “doesn’t care about”.

          • John says:

            It would also mean he couldn’t take care of his family economically, and it would mean he’d have to put his co-workers and friends into misery.

          • azsln says:

            Bill rap he couldn’t take care of his family. This show has been on for years. If they have not saved, then that’s their own fault. Also, this is not the only thing he has been on. He has money from other movies/shows.

          • Nicole says:

            Yes, the John arguing for walking away from the contract is correct. He could do it if he was willing to pay the price. Besides, selling your soul for cash doesn’t seem like the kind of thing the super Christian folks would look too kindly upon. It’s not like his only options are be the star of the biggest tv show in the world or be homeless.

            @azsln – is that true that he’s related to the Mastersons? I’m surprised – they’re all majorly into Scientology. Maybe blind devotion runs in the family.

            Seriously, between this Kirk Cameron wannabe, Ashton Kutcher and Charlie Sheen, I’m feeling more and more sorry for Jon Cryer (well, aside from the billions of dollars he’s been earning). He’s surrounded by crazy on all sides.

          • william j mazza says:

            balh blah blah If he belived it was really filth he would walk away regardless of how much money he would get sued for or even wouldn’t get sued or the affect it would have on his family. its his money not theres, they would get sued he would.. He really doesn’t believe it’s filth because he’s still doing the show

          • tim says:

            If he just discovered last year that this show is filth, then he is way dumber than he even looks.

          • milliesgurl says:

            So, in other words he joined in with a Christian mega church that is little more than a thinly veiled religious cult. Presumably the money he’s earned will likely be siphoned off to tithing and otherwise financially supporting various causes deemed acceptable by this new group of “friends”. In the meantime, they will happily use this kid, his celebrity and his money to promote their views, regardless of how it will affect his career or long-term financial well being. That’s the most disturbing hypocrisy of this whole scenario.

        • azsln says:

          Also, he is not the only actor in the family. His cousins are Danny and Christopher Masterson. The whole family is in showbiz. He has just turned into a spoiled brat. If he doesn’t want to be on the show anymore then he needs to speak to the producers like an adult instead of whining and moaning like a brat.

      • No Sympathy says:

        Really, he and his family will suffer financially if he leaves the show? he currently makes 300K an episode. The show has been on for years and is on syndication so he should have millions unless his parents squandered his money. Even if he stops the show now, he will continue making a killing off the syndication for years and years to come. You have no idea what your talking about. The kid and his family will not be paupers if he quits the show. He will still have more than enough to survive and live well. If he really hates the show that much DONATE all his money and live as a monk if he truly is against it. He is of age and if it’s truly messing with his morals, no contract would be binding. Stop being a whiney kid and telling people to stop watching yet continue to collect your loads of cash. Hypocrite.

      • Jane says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

      • CallItLikeItIs says:

        I’m not thinking anything is wrong with him taking the money. I do however find him to be hypocritical when in the video he says a few times “you have to go all in” with your commitment, or how he says exercising “compromise” is the wrong way to live. You want to go all-in, kid? Leave the show. Don’t “compromise” by talking badly about it but then stay on it, in the belly of beast, as you seem to paint it.

        Yes he’s being hypocritical but I don’t have a problem with it. Get that money and live how you want to live. You see, I’m an adult who realizes that compromise is what allows this world and its many ways to get along and prosper.

      • So the enemy is Chuck Lorre?

    • Mary says:

      He probably only recently had this opinion of the show. This doesn’t say it, but I’ve read elsewhere that he’s been attending the Voice of Prophecy Seventh-day Adventist church in Los Angeles.

      But really I wouldn’t miss it if they end the show now. They’ve had two seasons in without Charlie Sheen and many more before he left.

    • Midori004 says:

      Exactly! He makes more money in filming ONE episode than 97.8% of the country does in a year.

      The show is filth, and it’s because he is filth.

    • G says:

      Two and a half men was different when Charlie Sheen was on the program. I watched the program and I do not watch the program anymore because, in my opinion, Agnus is speaking the truth. His contract was most likely renewed before any of the cast members knew the direction the show was going to take. Until his contract expires, he has no choice unless he wants a lawsuit that he will lose.
      Hang in there, Agnus, the contract will expire. It is not indefinite. Then you can walk. I know what I am talking about.
      God Bless your work. You are where you are for a purpose. Just let Jesus’ light shine through you because everyone on set is watching and you can be a tremendous witness no matter the situation or circumstance.

      • Calli says:

        You’re seriously trying to say that the show was less filthy when Charlie Sheen was on? The entire history of the show is full of sex, drugs, drinking, farting and masturbation.

        He has choices, but if he and people like you want to pretend that the poor little rich boy is stuck doing something ungodly against his will, it’s just proof that you’re all full of more than light. Taking a stand sometimes means facing the consequences, something his faith obviously isn’t strong enough to help him do.

    • casualsuede says:

      Good for you. Better to realize and stand up for your (albeit newfound) beliefs than working in silence. And smart move publically speaking out. You’ll get fired and will never work in Hollywood again, but you won’t be sued by bloodsucking lawyers for eternity.

    • casualsuede says:

      Imo, he’d be a hypocrite if he stayed on the show with his newfound (but sincere) beliefs and continued collecting a paycheck.

    • Veruca says:

      Did anyone who is calling him a hypocrite think that he might be under contract? If he doesn’t show up or etc. he could sued. Idiots!

    • Jonny says:

      I know it looks like he singled out two and a half men, but i think he ment all of television in general, maybe this is why he is only in two and a half men for five minutes an episode, he probably already said something to chuck lore.

    • TheSheepleHerder says:

      He probably wouldn’t if he wasn’t contractually obligated to be on the show.

    • arcadius says:

      Angus is finding his way both as young person and now into adult hood. Nobody knows exactly his contract legalities and who cares. He is finding his path with God as we all do at some point in our lives. I will pray for him and let God take it from there. He is only nineteen and sure his thoughts, wants, and ideology will change over his life. Where were most of you at eighteen with you religion and now where are you now. Some worse, some better, some the same.

    • lererphil says:

      First off, he is under contract and there are a lot of repercussions if he just quits. Second, he is still pretty young. He can be prodded and convinced to do things he doesn’t want to do out of obligation. If you look at Kirk Cameron, the same thing happened to him. He objected to the junk he had to do on screen and couldn’t get out of it, but later he went on to completely live out his beliefs. So judge if you want, but I thought the world was all about not judging.

    • Christian Johnson says:

      About time someone as famous as him start standing up for what is right. TV and Media CAN be used by the Devil to tempt and corrupt the children of men, anyone who does put worldliness before the things of God is in danger of judgement unless they repent.

      Two and a Half Men is a funny show, but it has just gotten SO inappropriate, as well as other shows. I’m more okay if they made more TV-PG rated shows that are as hilarious as Two and a Half Men, but still appropriate for kids.

      So I can’t say I blame Angus for saying what he said, cause what he said was true, and inspired by the Holy Spirit. As I said, there outta be more celebrities like him, Human nature is an enemy to God, and has been since the fall of Adam and Eve, and will be forever unless they embrace the enticings of the Holy Spirit and become a saint through the atonement of Christ the Lord. -Mosiah 3:19 (The Book of Mormon).

    • Kimber Macedo says:

      yes if you really feel now that you have enough integrity to rise above , “the filth” then put your money where your month is and donate all your proceeds to a good charity.. or in making better television… you can watch with your family

  2. Julia says:

    RME @ religious zealots

  3. He doesn’t like working on the show so much that he doesn’t quit and give up the hefty paycheck for saying 10 lines per episode.

  4. adios! says:

    Just cancel already. Then he can tour with Kirk Cameron and denounce the evils of sitcoms that lined their pockets. LOSERS!

  5. Tybois says:

    Someone is biting the hand that feeds him.

  6. Nerwen Aldarion says:

    Well…he’s right!

  7. John says:

    Filth he was very handsomely paid for I’m sure. So he’s turned back all the money? Yes?

  8. Dan says:

    I’d be ok with that if he said it’s filth and bad and disgusting, whatever, and stopped there. The whole bible and church talk is probably even filthier and more disgusting to me.

    • Dana Smith says:

      Why is talking about the Bible and church disgusting to you?

      • Dan says:

        Since this is a TV website and man’s worst invention ever (religion) is something I’m not willing to discuss at all, let’s leave it like this: there’s too much wrong coming from the bible, the church and their worshippers for me to take any of them in my life and feel happy about it. Personal choice, as stated.

    • ed says:

      if you look up a satan worshipers website it clearly says that the “rules” you must follow are to just do whatever you want. if you find your friends wife to be attractive, then take her. if you wanna lust, then lust. if you want something thats not yours, then take it. if u want to do things that only benefit you, then do them. It doesnt say creepy things like sacrifice a goat, or chant. all it says is to do whatever we want to do, to just give in to our desires. so you can say that god and the bible are filth, but remember that the REAL filth is out in the world. God gives us restrictions, the devil says to do whatever you want… you cant say that theres not evil in the world and with evil there must come good. but you can believe in whatever you want to believe….

      • Dan says:

        “God gives us restrictions, the devil says to do whatever you want” — that’s where you got it all wrong, my friend, sorry. I’d take the silliness of Two and a Half Men (which I don’t like and don’t watch) any day over the rules of any organized religion (worshipping god or satan or whoever), “holy” book or words allegedly coming from any religious figure.

      • CallItLikeItIs says:

        Feel free to actually find a link to a “satan worshipper’s website” where it says that CLEARLY. Back up what you’re saying.

      • mikeschr says:

        People who aren’t religious can’t be satan worshipers. Satan is a religious figure.

  9. Michael says:

    Oh man. This show can’t catch a break.

  10. michelle says:

    It wasnt ‘filth’ when he was making all that money. Highest paid child actor on television an all that.

  11. Rob says:

    Well, he just got fired. He’ll go back to war. Walden will find out that he had a son with a previous sexual escapade who is now dead. The kid shows up at the door and, look we have a new half man to have new exciting adventures with and, thus, the show is once again saved. I’ll expect my check in the mail, CBS and Chuck Lorre Productions.

  12. Happy Go Lucky says:

    Is this some half-assed viral marketing attempt?

  13. jamie says:

    I’m all about him loving God and doing His work but if it’s that bad maybe he needs to think about walking away because staying on the show is being a bit hypocritical

    • John says:

      Jamie, if you watch his interviews and testimonials you get an more accurate view on Angus and his situation. I mean this in no negative way towards you.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      • IcanpasteToo says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

      • Calli says:

        And most of that audience doesn’t give a crap about what Angus has to say. He was a funny little kid. Like most child actors, he’ll fade into obscurity. I guess this will give him one last hurrah of public attention before he goes.

  14. me@hotmail.com says:

    So, this crappy actor with almost no talent at all in acting says that the show fills people’s head with crap? I kind of agree with him, but he should stay shut because he’s the one who works on the show and gains thousands of dollars by saying almost nothing in the few episodes he appears. So Angus T. Jones, you suck.

    • meem says:

      THIS. This kid is a TERRIBLE ACTOR! Always has been. And you’d think that during all those years exposed to actual GOOD actors (Jon Cryer, Conchata Ferrell, and yes, even Charlie Sheen) Jones would have picked up the teeniest tiniest bit of acting ability, but no, it NEVER HAPPENED! Yes, please cancel the show so this kid can never grace a TV screen again.

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • Steve says:

        Seriously, John. Do you just copy and paste what you originally wrote on every thread or are you some mechanical Christianity robot?

      • Donnie says:

        How many times are you going to post this same message to EVERYONE’s comments, John? You must be his agent.

      • jkgroves75 says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

  15. Stacey says:

    Wow. Given he’s makng so much money. Isn’t he the leading of all child stars on television. The show IS filith. But biting the hand that pays him a obsence amount of money!

    • Who’s Filith… She sounds lovely

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • kjess says:

        Can this be flagged for spam?? This same response is here at least 8 times.

      • Tusk says:

        You do realise that Copy and Pasting your reply to every other comment, you reenforce the thought that the ultra religous have no ability for critical thinking, they just ‘copy and paste’ what they are told/hear.

      • jkgroves75 says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

  16. Meg says:

    Pretty sure no one would care who he is if he wasn’t on the show. Wonder if he’s going to donate all the money he’s amassed from the show to a worthy cause.

  17. Jared says:

    Cat got your tongue Angus??..This kid doesn’t even know what he’s talking about as far as religion goes which makes it even funnier to watch. But don’t worry..2.5 Men could easily write your character off and nobody would notice or even care.

  18. He must not be as principled as he would like to think he is. If you think the show is filth, ask to be written off. I’m happy he recognizes that the show is terrible, but as long as he keeps taking that paycheck, his opinion on the matter means next to nothing to me.

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • r0ckmypants says:

        I won’t judge if you won’t spam this entire thread with the same post over and over.

        • Elizabeth says:

          So. Much. THIS.

        • John says:

          I’m sorry if you think I’m spamming, but I’m staying on topic, and I’m replying those who have an opinion of Angus based on the fact that he’s making a lot of money. There’s a reason for it, that’s all.

          And once again, I apologize if you consider it spam – it wasn’t my intention. I just want people to realize that there’s a lot more to Angus than his money.

          • John says:

            That’s the FIRST post, the next eight exact copies are simple minded spamming.

          • John says:

            As I said, I just wanted to tell every comment that seemed to have made up their mind just because of his money, or in some other way showed that they didn’t know the whole story.

            I’m sorry. And I can’t delete my comments now.

          • Slaggingham says:

            Cult zombie.

          • Tusk says:

            How can this not be your intention?? You spam a long post several times, but you didn’t intend to? So a murderer can go around murdering but it’s OK because “it wasn’t his intention” I’m pretty sure your god doesn’t like liars either….time for some some “Hail Mary’s” in the confessional, dude.

          • John says:

            It wasn’t my intention that you’d read the post several times. I was thinking everyone commented, then they left, and came back if someone answered their comment. That was my thinking behind this, and therefore I posted the same post to the ones I felt appropriate.

            And secondly, I haven’t said that I’m religious myself. All I’ve said is that Angus is, and I’ve paid a lot of attention to his testimony given here and other places. That’s why I know these things I’m posting.

          • Tusk says:

            You’re not religious, yourself? You’re right, you’re a zealot. Your actions speak far louder than your words…That’s lie number two…lot’s of making up to do…better stop whiler you’re ahead. :P

          • John says:

            You’re moving away from topic, and now it’s your comment that can be considered spam.

          • Tusk says:

            Look up spamming…it’s pasting the same comment over and over…and by doing that, it’s YOU, JOHN, that caused these responses. Had you just posted your opinion once, this would not have been an issue…

            Seriously, god gave you a brain. Try to use it and think before you post (and that means not pasting the same comment over and over). Take responsibility for your own actions.

          • Gabs says:

            I’m sorry John, but intentionally or not, you are spamming. Everyone (including you) is entitled to an opinion. You can’t force someone to agree with you and posting the same thing over and over again doesn’t wake it true o right. I’m not saying that what he says is untrue because I, as most people reading this, have never been to the Two and a Half Men set and/or met these people. Unfortunately, he does sound like a fanatic. He has a right to believe in whatever he wants but this is most certainly not the best approach to his problem.

          • NoMoreWoollyThinking says:

            John, now I *know* you’re a Christian. Disagreeing with you isn’t spam, it’s critical thinking. Something you seem to be lacking. Oh look, I just thought of exhibit two in my theory.

        • IcanpasteToo says:

          Please don’t reply before you know the issue.
          John has been struggling with this comments section for the past day now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his redundant views. If you read his copypasta, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the same comment, or write a new one. A friend said he’d copy and paste the same reply because of the ease – and John then experienced God talking through that friend. John and God knows that he’d keep pasting the same comment another year for a reason.

      • meem says:

        Let me fix this for you: “who’ll do more good with the money, MY CULT, FORERUNNER CHRONICLES, TO WHOM WE EXPECT ANGUS TO GIVE ALL HIS MONEY, or the company who makes these shows. . . .” There you go. Wanted to make sure people get your subtext.

      • Ewing says:

        It’s disgusting to take money that are gained by showing people evil series that fills their mind with filth and separates them from holiness. If he feels this way about the show, making money from it is like making money from pimping or selling drugs. Sorry, you can’t have your cake and eat it, too.

        • John says:

          As I’ve tried to explain a few times now, Angus’ hands are tied. He’s on a contract, and if he tears that apart, he’ll have to pay a lot of money back to the company. That’ll lead to him not being able to take care of his family economically and it’ll lead to him putting his co-workers and friends into misery. In respect of his family and co-workers and friends, he’s respecting his contract.

          • Tusk says:

            Why should he worry about that? His contract with this show is bigger than his “contract with god?” This cult will take what’s left of his money anyway…and besides…god and these “Frontrunners” will take care of him, right ?

          • tripoli says:

            Blasting your place of employment in public is pretty disrespectful. This kid could have privately asked to be let out of contract, to have his time on screen reduced, etc. Instead he’s going around telling people the show is filth. Don’t disagree but his approach is all kinds of wrong. And really, it only dawned on him a year ago that the show is awful? Sure, totally buying that. Sounds like overzealous religious beliefs are not new for this family. His family should not be relying on him for financial stability either. It’s pretty hard to make people believe what you’re saying and have real sympathy or understanding when you’re crying foul whilst filling your pockets and acting like it’s God’s plan, yet still terrible, terrible filth, causing such inner turmoil.

            And John, I’ve read your comment in excess because I started at the top and am continuing through the comments until I get to the end. As most people do. So yes, you’ve been spamming. And if you were bothering to do more than spam, you’d see that no one is really agreeing with you, so the multiple posts are utterly useless and annoying.

          • Adora says:

            So is the only one in his family who can work? Why don’t his parents work. Or siblings if he has them.

          • CallItLikeItIs says:

            John… Let it go. He can end his contract. And if it costs him, so be it. No compromise, like he said himself. There are lots of things humans on this earth can do to earn money and live.

            Or maybe he now realizes there HAS to be compromise.

            As for you: you’ve made your point, copied and pasted it several times, and now you have actually hurt your opinion here. You have made a joke out of what you’re trying to convey. Stop embarrassing yourself. Go take a walk.

      • I get that there is more to him than his paychecks, but if he’s going to go on a diatribe like that, he should be prepared to step up and (pardon the expression here) put his money where his mouth is.

      • jkgroves75 says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

  19. Gabi says:

    What Dan said.

  20. Yesterday's Child says:

    I am so sick of these stars today, hey, give your part to another actor that would love your pay check. This kid is a joke, he takes the money and calls it filth. Wooow, sounds like he needs more attention.

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • jkgroves75 says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

      • Crash says:

        Seventh Day Adventist are cray cray! Mindless.

  21. John says:

    I’ve been saying this show is a pile of garbage since I was 15. This guy is too late to the party and a total hypocrite to boot. All that money for simply hanging out with hot chicks and saying 5 idiotic lines. Dammit.

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • Jane says:

        Stop pasting your inane comment — the kid is brain washed. Just like you.

      • jkgroves75 says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

  22. Bre says:

    I think it’s that he found Jesus so now he’s being convicted. He can now see the show is filth. But perhaps he can’t leave it. Isn’t he under contract?

    • John says:

      You’re right, and he is. Finally a comment from someone who doesn’t want to attack him verbally just because he’s made a lot of money. Kudos! :)

    • kjess says:

      It’s got nothing to do with him finding Jesus; it’s that he’s biting the hand that feeds him. If he had real conviction in his beliefs, he’d pay whatever consequences there are to get out of the contract. Continuing to accept money from something you don’t believe in is hypocritical.

    • Calli says:

      Contracts can be broken, and the terms of breaking the contract are right there in the contract. So what if it costs him money? You either stand by your principles or you don’t. He’s not. He’s earning every bit of criticism being aimed at him. He should be sitting on a boatload of money that can cushion his fall.

  23. Daisy says:

    Well, bless his heart. I hope he finds what he’s looking for. Poor little rich kid.

  24. Michael says:

    In the immortal words of Stewie Griifin: “Oh, boy. Here we go.”

  25. Lana says:

    I respect Charlie’s brand of crazy more than this one. At least everyone knew Charlie was crazy…Angus is going to have a whack of people yelling ‘Testify!’

  26. Leigh says:

    This kid is making a SH!TLOAD of money off of this show! He’s one of the highest paid young adult actors! Go ahead kid: Bite the hand that feeds your ugly pie-hole. You’re just going to be another one-hit-show-wunderkind. Guess you’ll be hanging out with Victoria Jackson at the Tea Party rallies next…

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • Romy says:

        Stop spamming!!!!

        • IcanpasteToo says:

          Please don’t reply before you know the issue.
          John has been struggling with this comments section for the past day now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his redundant views. If you read his copypasta, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the same comment, or write a new one. A friend said he’d copy and paste the same reply because of the ease – and John then experienced God talking through that friend. John and God knows that he’d keep pasting the same comment another year for a reason.

      • jkgroves75 says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

  27. Lilly says:

    I’m more offended by him being ok with playing such an airhead for so many years. That schtick is old and tired.

  28. Eli says:

    Holy crap, Angus T Jones is a religious nutjob? Has the world gone upside down without me noticing it?

  29. Dan says:

    Sounds like a guy with plenty of money who doesn’t like working. Good thing because I doubt he’ll be acting in anything any time soon. They replaced Charlie-they can replace him. My advice to him would’ve been to ride this gravy train til the bitter end, but to each his own. Good riddance.

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • jkgroves75 says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

    • Caro says:

      I agree, Dan! Angus is an okay actor but nothing special and he isn’t good looking…he was just lucky to land a gig on a show with a great leading man, a good cast and decent writers and then the show kept him on as he grew up which was fortunate because I don’t see him being right for many other roles. If he hated the business so much and he was smart he would have kept the money and retired someplace cheap instead of allowing this cult to force him to give it all away to benefit them. His family needs to step in and have him declared incompetant before he gives all his money away. Maybe Brittany’s Dad could give them some pointers….

    • jj says:

      They should of killed off his character with charlie, and added some monkeys. nah, nobody would notice. Anyway he’s 19, lets hear from him in a couple years and see where he is with his beliefs and schooling, or will he be gutter bound…? also thank god he told us Jake Harper is fictional …idiot, hmmm maybe god just told him.

  30. Ron says:

    Hmm okay…I see why he says this…He lost his whole childhood because he was working for TV…I guess he knows what’s best for him…Good luck Angus!

    • meem says:

      If that’s what he said (Didn’t watch his cult testimony), that wouldn’t be TV’s fault. Or the show’s fault. That would be mommy and daddy’s fault.

  31. John says:

    Has he actually READ the Bible? Because there is a lot of “filth” in there too and it could certainly mess with your head.

    • ed says:

      if you look up a satan worshipers website it clearly says that the “rules” you must follow are to just do whatever you want. if you find your friends wife to be attractive, then take her. if you wanna lust, then lust. if you want something thats not yours, then take it. if u want to do things that only benefit you, then do them. It doesnt say creepy things like sacrifice a goat, or chant. all it says is to do whatever we want to do, to just give in to our desires. so you can say that god and the bible are filth, but remember that the REAL filth is out in the world. God gives us restrictions, the devil says to do whatever you want… you cant say that theres not evil in the world and with evil there must come good. but you can believe in whatever you want to believe….

      • NoMoreWoollyThinking says:

        Which one, Ed? I’m curious since you made this EXACT SAME POST above and someone called you out on it and you didn’t respond. So, which site did you get your “facts” from? Uh-huh. Thought so. But in response to your drivel, “Satan worshippers” aren’t starting wars or oppressing people, as Christians and other organized religions have a history of doing. And believe me, I can give you plenty of sites to back that up. Start with history.com. or pick up a freaking newspaper.

  32. april-ann says:

    I guess it was time for some off-set antics, which (since S5 anyway) is always more fun to watch than the actual show.

  33. Hannah says:

    I think he’s entitled to change his mind even after all those paychecks, since he started as a kid and probably had been manipulated by adults for all his life. He definitely signed a contract he has to honour, then he must leave even if offered a raise otherwise he speaks bulls**t

  34. Mark says:

    It’s ok to hate on Christians…hmm…is it ok to hate on the other religions?

  35. katwaterflame says:

    All of the people bitching that he isn’t giving back the money he makes on the show need to shut up. If you hate your job, are you going to do it for free? No? Didn’t think so! He might be under contract, and therefore can’t quit, but they can’t take away his free speech. Maybe he’s trying to get fired… We don’t know his reasons, and shouldn’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money doing something he doesn’t really like doing!

    • r0ckmypants says:

      You’re missing the point. If he has made his fortune from “filth,” then isn’t the money then “filth” as well? And if he doesn’t want to be associated with such “filth” and wants to be such a good “God-fearing Christian,” as he claims, then it would make sense for him to donate that money to a cause which could use it more than he can. And I know if I spoke out publicly against MY company the way he just did, I would be fired, no questions asked. It’s called decorum.

  36. Tusk says:

    After a string of gobble de gook, @13:30 the guy says …”I’m thoroughly ‘convicted'”….does he mean ‘convinced’? Talk about your Freudian slips. :P

    On the one hand, Angus has been in ‘the business’ all his life, and let’s face it, Two and a Half Men is not the best example of morality, so that he’s grown up to be morally conflicted is not a surprise. So I can’t really comment to that.

    I blame the people who are using this obviously misguided guy ‘s celbrity for their own cause.

    For a laugh, watch on youtube and read the comments. Must have been a lot of dislikes, because they are blaming it on “bots”, so they turned it off. Reading some of the comments, laughable and scary at the same time :P

  37. sash fan says:

    Never seen the show,
    and happily so

  38. 4thjet says:

    Sounds like he’s a brainwashed member of a cult or something! ….Biting the hand that has made him rich, and will continue to do so with residual checks for the rest of his life! Sheesh one thing after another with this show, as someone said the show can’t catch a break the last couple of years at all. 2 out of 4 main characters losing it!
    If you think it’s such filth Angus, then leave, let someone else have the job.
    Pick a side?….. OK you leave an no one would probably notice!

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • Courteous Vampire says:

        A cult’s a cult. If he really believes 100% that the show is filth and evil, and is the work of the devil, then how come he can’t return all of the money he made so far as an extension of this work from the devil?

        Yeah, thought so. Lol doing the right thing, puh-lease. I’m not against people being religious. And of course, your religious views may come into conflict with what you are doing in life (a job). But not everyone believes in the same thing. This is his own personal issue he has to deal with. And it’s lame he’s low balling the show that made him all this money. That made him in the position to even be in a testimony for this cult (lol you think the leader would have picked Angus if he was just some random kid).

        He’s basically screwing over everyone else that works on that show. So while I have no issue with him not wanting to work on the show because of his beliefs, he has no class and is a hypocrite.

        • John says:

          I have to start off by saying that please look at this from his point of view and his religious view (even if you’re a non-believer).

          If he tears the contract apart, there will be legal consequences. What that can lead to, I don’t know. Perhaps him having to pay a lot of, if not all, money back. It’ll also lead to his friends having to fix their workplace again, just under two years since the last time. In respect of his family that he now can take care of economically and his co-workers that he consider close friends – he choose to continue doing the show until his contract runs out.

          I wouldn’t turn my back against my employer if that meant putting my family in economical trouble, or my co-workers and friends into misery.

          • Courteous Vampire says:

            Again, what is preventing him from giving back all the money that he’s made up to this point? He says that the show is the work of the devil. So why is it okay for him to make money off of something that was made from the devil.

            I just find it funny, that Hollywood is the epitome of excess gluttony. The fact that he makes more in a single episode than most make in 20 years, is the ultimate signs of gluttony and excess. So again, why can’t he give up all his money that he’s made? Seems like a fair proposition, if he’s screwing over everyone else that has put their all into making that show. Not everyone on the show is like him – making 300k a year. You have an entire crew of people working behind the scenes, that depend on the show for a job.

            Again, my issue isn’t with Angus coming to the personal decision that he no longer wants to do the show. That he’s found religion (or whatever this is lol) and wants off the show. But show some class. Wait until your contract ends, then walk away from it. Denounce the show to your followers, but wait until your contract is up.

          • John says:

            I’ve just explained that. Put yourself in his position, with his contract etc. Would you put yourself in a position where you couldn’t take care of your family economically? Would you put yourself in a position where you’d have to make the workplace for your co-workers and friends a nightmare – not even two years after the last time something similar happened? Everything is not black and white my friend.

          • Tusk says:

            Actually, John, most religions are “Black and White”….most say, my way or the highway. I was raised Catholic, and I know of what I speak. I was taught the ulitmate “black and white” lesson…”If you don’t believe in god, then you’re going to hell”. That’s about as black and white as you get.

          • Romy says:

            @John
            Taking care of his family? He’s 19 years old! Can’t his parents take care of themselves

      • jkgroves75 says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

  39. sarahlaurence85@hotmail.com says:

    Not a 2 1/2 Men fan never have been, but I assume since all of his millions were earned from participating in this “filth” he’ll be returning it all or donating it? Surely god wouldn’t want you to profit from filth? I consider myself to be a Christian but I cannot stand hypocrisy. At the end he says something along the lines of “God doesn’t want us to compromise”… then what exactly does he think he’s doing?
    If his beliefs make him a better, happier, more fulfilled person then I’m all for it. But earning millions from a show you then slate and encourage others not to watch is a joke.

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • Boomer says:

        Would you mind posting this again in the thread? I don’t think we’ve seen it enough! Can you say anything else or is cut and paste your bible?

  40. Amanda says:

    It’s because the show IS garbage. He’s not a hypocrite. If any of you were getting paid what he is, you would take it and be entitled to your opinions. I’m sorry but after Charlie left the show hasn’t been the same.

  41. Jenn says:

    What a D-bag!!! If I were the show I’d fire his ass and give the job to someone who actually wants to make money. See how much he likes it when he’s unemployable because any show on tv now is so called “filth”. Hope he has something else he wants to do in life…. Damn jesus freaks thinking they’re better than everyone else. Screw you! ha ha ha

    • Bee Hymes says:

      You’re a fuQQin dummy Jenn. One big, fuQQin, stupid dummy. I hope your polluted cooch gets a grenade shoved deep. BOOM!!!!

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • jkgroves75 says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

      • Wallice says:

        Are you the guy sitting with him in the video?

  42. robinepowell says:

    At one point, he was the highest paid child actor. I don’t know if that’s still true, but what does he have to complain about? That he’s not on the show as much as he was? His picture and possibly his name are still in the opening credits, so he gets money for that much. ;)

  43. Jason says:

    He’s obviously tuned in to any episode of 2.5. Inappropriate “comedy” for any sane audience.

  44. xwiseguyx says:

    The show is still pulling great ratings and since all of CBS’ new season bombed, I’m pretty sure CBS will want to renew it. The kid isn’t even on except by Computer, so pretty sure it’ll survive without him..

  45. Janice Adams says:

    All the money he made was negotiated through his guardians/parents. He made have made millions but they aren’t necessarily his. Plus is opinion is his own. We all work at places where we think certain things are “filth” but we all gotta earn a living. Give the kid a break.

  46. Anna says:

    So… does he ever want to get another acting job again? Because I’m not sure this is the right attitude. If he doesn’t like his job, he should just stf up and lear to live with it. I’m sure he’s not the only actor who doesn’t like his job and I’m sure he won’t be the last.

  47. Dallon says:

    Talking about him being under contract and not being able to “quit” I guarantee this is in violation of his contract! Just a hypocrite, showing up for work, taking the money, and making this video to get some recognition

    • Bee Hymes says:

      Hey dummy. He’s not an attention whore, but I bet you are. And if murder was legal… You’d be past tense.

    • John says:

      Please don’t judge before you know the issue.

      Angus has been struggling with the show for the past year now, and he really didn’t want to continue because of his religious views. If you watch his testimony, you’ll learn that he’ve spoken with a great number of people for guidance. He didn’t know if he wanted to do the show, a friend said he’d do the show because of the money – and Angus then experienced God talking through that friend. Angus and God knows that he’d do the show another year for a reason.

      What the reason is, we’re most likely seeing now. Angus can reach out to a large audience, and his audience contains – I assume – a lot of people who’re affected by the enemy.

      Now you tell me (and this is meant in no offence what so ever, believe me) who’ll do more good with the money, Angus Jones, or the company who makes these shows that fills our brains with trash?

      Angus is now using his money in a smart way, donating to loads of charities which Warner Bros wouldn’t. He’s trying extremely hard to do the right thing, to walk the right path. Please don’t judge him just because he makes a lot of money.

      • jkgroves75 says:

        Please someone save him before he gets too wrapped up in this cult, “donates” all his money, and loses friends and family! John, stop spouting B.S. about him not breaking the contract to spare friends and family, why is he releasing this to the public at this moment, before the contract is up? Explain that. Also, please do not give attention to this Forerunner Chronicles crap, this is the whole reasoning behind this, to bring him attention and money.

  48. Brawny71 says:

    I don’t see how this video is different from any other cult–just more members. And besides, the show actually portrayed charlie’s lifestyle as just as pathetic as his brother’s, just in a different way. I am not a fan of the tedious program, but this makes me want to watch it again just to spite them.

  49. cuius says:

    Await trip to Paris!

  50. Jünther Gauch says:

    Forerunner Chronicles? You may want to hire a sound engineer in the future…

    OT: I agree, TaaHM is filth and always as been.

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