Any other actor would encourage all the viewers to watch his or her show. After all, it’s his or her bread and butter, or for most of them. However, the “half” of the Two and a Half Men urged TV watchers to do exactly the opposite.
Yes, you heard it right. The now 19-year-old Angus T. Jones came out against his own show to which he starred on since he was ten. But what went wrong or maybe right? Well, simply put, the young actor saw the show in a different light.
In a Youtube video posted by the Forerunner Christian Church in California, to where Jones now go to, the teen actor called the show “filth” and encouraged viewers to stop watching it. He also said he was on the show but actually don’t want to be in it.
Warner Bros, the show’s producer, has no comment about Jones’ testimonial and so was CBS where it is being aired.
Here’s a part of Angus T. Jones’ testimony.
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“The teenage actor who plays the “half” in the hit CBS comedy “Two and a Half Men” says the show is “filth” and, through a video posted by a Christian church, has urged viewers not to watch it.
Nineteen-year-old Angus T. Jones has been on the show since he was 10 but says he no longer wants to be on it.”
Read more about Half of “Two and a Half Men” Asked Viewers Not to Watch the Show at: theblaze.com
Television shows provide entertainment. However, they also present different values to viewers. Some of those values are negative and some are positive. Unconsciously, those values affect our characters, decision makings and lives in general. But generally, how negative or positive a show is, is in your own perspective.
Hence, Jonas’ view of Two and a Half Men as a negative is his own business. Nonetheless, him voicing out what he thinks about his own show is a courageous move to take.
So What Do You Think of Jones’ Coming Out Against Two and a Half Men?