Two and a Half Men
Will the 'Two and a Half Men' crazy never end? Earlier this week, all eyes were on young star Angus T. Jones when his "Forerunner Chrconicles" religious rants hit the web, denouncing the ten-year show as "filth" and urging viewers not to watch. Since then, Jones has since apologized and vowed to remain with the series, in spite of Charlie Sheen's comments, but could recent guest star Miley Cyrus be on deck to replace Jones? Almost certainly so, according to insiders!
It's the story that just keeps giving! Like we mentioned yesterday when disgraced 'Two and a Half Men' and current 'Anger Management' star Charlie Sheen offered yet another comment on 'Men' star Angus T. Jones' religious-fueled "Filth" rant against the CBS sitcom, it's unlikely Jones will risk rocking the boat any further. However, Sheen now hopes to coerce the young star to
join the dark side leave 'Men' behind as he once did, and join him on 'Anger Management!' Would Jones accept the offer?
As much as we'd love for the fallout from Angus T. Jones' religious rant against 'Two and Half Men' to continue on indefinitely, sooner or later an impass would have to be reached. Charlie Sheen can continue commenting on his former cast-mate's outburst, but given Jones' apology yesterday, there aren't likely to be many further developments. To that end, the actor is believed to stay at his 'Two and a Half Men' job for the moment, but will he leave at the end of the season?
You'd think that with 'Two and a Half Men' star Angus T. Jones' major mea culpa yesterday over the hurtful nature of his religious rants against the series, there wouldn't be all that much more to say on the matter, but ours is a world where Charlie Sheen has tiger blood-fueled thougnts and a microphone at the ready. Indeed, the disgraced 'Men' star is at it again, offering personal thoughts on his former co-star's "emotional tsunami," and dragging Chuck Lorre into the mix. So what's Sheen saying now?
When the youngest star of a mega-hit CBS sitcom finds religion and derides the show as "filth," prompting its previously-ousted lead to label the show "cursed," it might be time for 'Two and a Half Men' to call it a day. Following series star Angus T. Jones' now-infamous rant against the series, the inevitable has happened and disgraced 'Men' star Charlie Sheen has decided to throw in his two cents. Could 'Two and a Half Men' really be "cursed?'
'Two and a Half Men' star Angus T. Jones, perhaps realizing that he had burned not only his meal ticket but everyone he is still contractually obligated to work with for the rest of this season, has issued a statement about the video where he called the show filth, a video which exploded across the internet yesterday.
The shock of 'Two and a Half Men' star Angus T. Jones' religious rant against the series likely won't die down for a good long while, but it seems Hollywood itself has already taken aim at skewering the young actor. Hilariously, Thursday ratings rival 'The Office' has taken one of the first jabs at Jones, enlisting stars Rainn Wilson and Craig Robinson to re-enact the bizarre video. Are you ready for 'The Office' to get filthy?
Early yesterday morning, 'Two and a Half Men' and child actor Angus T. Jones fans alike were shocked to hear that the one-time chubby-cheeked actor had publicly renounced his affiliation with the long-running CBS sitcom, urging viewers to stop watching as a "testimony" to his new-found association with religious movement "Forerunner Chronicles." While the studio bigwigs and Jones' cast-mates have yet to issue any kind of public response, production is set to resume on the CBS series today. Will Jones even show up for his contracted gig, or continue burning the bridge?
While we make no personal habit of watching CBS' decade-long powerhouse 'Two and a Half Men,' there's no denying the absurd amount of popularity the former Charlie Sheen-fronted series has achieved in its day. That popularity hasn't always come easily, as recent years saw controversy with series star Charlie Sheen and creator Chuck Lorre explode into the media, but now it seems an all-new development with series star Angus T. Jones has stoked the fires all over again. Could Jones' new-found proclamation of religion put an end to 'Two and a Half Men?'