Since “Married with Children” have not been a sit-com that reflects perfectly the decay of a society and the misery of a family with a remarkable sense of humor. Until Chuck Lorre appeared with a sit-com named “Two and a Half Men” starring Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones.
Even though the critics and the TV Academy didn’t award the show or its cast, the audience builded a bond with the show and each one of the characters. The ratings were so good the seasons kept going and going. Some people expressed “Two and a Half Men” was more a Tv show about the private life of Charlie Sheen, remembering Sheen past filled with drug abuse and prostitute addiction.
In fact, the series is supposed no to be available for kids because of all the black humor and two-way sense of humor, and of course the sex related jokes. The biggest scandal the production had to overcome was the fight among leading actor Charlie Sheen and creator Chuck Lorre. In those moments, Charlie Sheen was going on rehab for drug abuse. The conflict became so big, Charlie Sheen got fired from CBS Network by a press release. That was the biggest scandal, until now.
Angus T. Jones began acting in “Two and a Half Men” when he was ten years old. He is now nineteen years old and the main voice of something that will give us plenty to talk about. A youtube Video called “Angus Jones’s Testimony (Pt.2)” shows the sit-com star expressing his awakening testimony, his faith, his beliefs, his love for God, among other topics.
In those other topics, there is the “Two and a Half Men” mention. On minute 7:42 you can see and hear Angus T. Jones saying “If you are watching ‘Two and a Half Men’ please stop watching ’Two and a Half Men’. I’m on ’Two and a Half Men’ and I don’t wanna be on it. Please stop watching it. Please stop filling your head with filth.”
The religious group responsible for this testimony is the “Forerunner Chronicles“. This could be seen as Angus T. Jones us of his freedom speech, but honestly I don’t really think Chuck Lorre will care about that, when he hears one of his actors saying that he doesn’t want to be in the production.