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?
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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?'
Quick, someone get him a half-Emmy! 'Two and a Half Men' star Jon Cryer has officially won his second Emmy for his part as Alan Harper. Indeed, it seems that this year's lack of Charlie Sheen hasn't slowed him down a bit, as the show heads into its...
Well if you're going to go down, go down singing, right Is that how that goes? Hmm. It's still unknown whether or not 'Two and a Half Men' will begin its final season when the tenth year debuts on September 27, or if an eleventh season is in the cards, but for now things are certainly kicking off with a bang. We'd already heard that legendary singer Michael Bolton would be dropping by the show as himself, but now edgy pop sensation Miley Cyrus is the latest big name attached to 'Two and a Half Men' season 10. The real question is, who will she play, and for how long?
This is not the tale of Captain Jack Sparrow, but it's til pretty cool nonetheless. It's still unclear whether 'Two and a Half Men' season 10 will be the last outing for Ashton Kutcher in the lead role, or even the show itself, but whatever happens the show's season 10 premiere is going up with style. Michael Bolton will put in an appearance to softly rock the house, but for whom will he be singing? And will it be in a pirate costume?
Earlier today, we saw a surprising article that detailed the current state of viewers for Sunday night cable series, some of which hardly seemed like they could be true. And yet, for as critically adored as series like 'Breaking Bad' may be, it just isn't where the big bucks are. A new list of TV's most paid stars that came out today will equally shock you, particularly when your salary is less than that of a monkey. Enjoy!
Just in time for Comic-Con, CBS has released the full schedule of their fall premiere dates, including favorites like 'Survivor,' 'How I Met Your Mother' and 'The Big Bang Theory,' and newcomers like 'Vegas' and the second season of '2 Broke Girls.'
During Charlie Sheen's meltdown after his exit from 'Two and a Half Men' last year -- something he now realizes was pretty ugly -- he said some rather unpleasant things about his former boss, Chuck Lorre. But now Sheen seems to have some regrets about that, too.
Three more days will see Charlie Sheen once again unleashed on all our television screens, with the debut of Sheen's post 'Two and a Half Men' vehicle 'Anger Management.' Ever since FX picked up the project, very loosely adapted from the 2003 film of the same name, eyes and ears have been on Sheen to see how he'd handle his first gig after exiting CBS' powerhouse sitcom. Still, who needs hard feelings? The Ma-Sheen wants you to see the very best of 'Men' first!