Following his religious video testimonial in which he calls “Two and a Half Men” ‘filth’, Angus T. Jones apologizes for any damages he might have caused through his rant. His former co-star Charlie Sheen, however, thinks the show was doomed to fail.
Angus T. Jones hurried to respond to the negative criticism he received after he described CBS’ sitcom as full of ‘filth’ in a video that was posted online on Monday. The 19-year-old actor, who debuted in the series in 2003 as the interpreter of Jake Harper, told reporters at Us Weekly that he never meant to disrespect anybody with his rant against the show.
There have been many critics brought against Angus T. Jones, but the actor didn’t have enough time to provide an answer for each and every one of them. He only stated that he is very grateful to the producers of “Two and a Half Men” for giving him the opportunity to be on the show and reassured fans that he respects all his colleagues.
The young actor claims the message of the video was misunderstood but failed to provide a better explanation for it. He thanked Chuck Lorre, Peter Roth and many others at Warner Bros. for offering him guidance at the beginning of his career and providing him support. In the end, he apologized for any damages he might have caused and thanked his colleagues for blessing him with the opportunity to be on the show.
Producers did not specify whether Angus T. Jones will continue to be on the series or not after the disrespectful message. Charlie Sheen, however, insisted on expressing his point of view on the show’s recent misfortune. In his opinion, the star’s meltdown clearly proves that the show has been cursed by the Heaven’s Gate religious cult (unlike his meltdown which was alcohol-related, might we add). “With Angus’s Hale-Bopp-like meltdown, it is radically clear to me that the show is cursed,” Sheen added making reference to the 1997 mass suicide organized by Heaven’s Gate.