Two and a half men's 'Jake' says the show is 'filth'
The teenage actor who plays the half in the hit CBS comedy Two and a Half Men says it 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 doesn't want to be on it. He says, "Please stop watching it. Please stop filling your head with filth."
The video was posted by the Forerunner Christian Church in California, where Jones says he went to meet his spiritual needs.
Show producer Warner Bros. Television has no comment. The teenage actor who plays the half in the hit CBS comedy Two and a Half Men says in a video posted online by a Christian church that the show is "filth" and that viewers shouldn't watch it.
Nineteen-year-old Angus T Jones has been on the show, which used to feature bad-boy actor Charlie Sheen and remains heavy with sexual innuendo, since he was 10 but says he doesn't want to be on it anymore.
"Please stop watching it," Jones said. "Please stop filling your head with filth."
Jones plays Jake, the son of Jon Cryer's uptight divorced chiropractor character, Alan, and the nephew of Sheen's hedonistic philandering music jingle writer character, Charlie. Sheen, who has publicly criticized CBS, was fired and replaced by Ashton Kutcher, who plays billionaire Walden.
In the video posted by the Forerunner Christian Church in Fremont, California, Jones describes a search for a spiritual home.
He says the type of entertainment he's involved in adversely affects the brain and "there's no playing around when it comes to eternity."
"You cannot be a true God-fearing person and be on a television show like that," he said. "I know I can't. I'm not OK with what I'm learning, what the Bible says, and being on that television show."
Show producer Warner Bros. Television had no comment on Monday. CBS didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Two and a Half Men survived a wild publicity ride less than two years ago, when Sheen was fired for his drug use and publicly complained about the network and the show's creator, Chuck Lorre.
The show was moved from Monday to Thursday this season, and its average viewership has dropped from 20 million an episode to 14.5 million, although last year's numbers were somewhat inflated by the intense interest in Kutcher's debut.
It is the third most popular comedy on television behind CBS's The Big Bang Theory and ABC's Modern Family.
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Updated Date: Nov 27, 2012 10:00:53 IST