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Angus T. Jones 'Two and a Half Men' 'Filth' Video: Actor Blasts Show in Interview on Faith

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Published on Nov 27, 2012

The sitcom's youngest star asks people not to watch in an interview about his faith.

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Janet Babin
He's nuts. Sane people don't join cults. 
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Michael T
My guess is he's NOT giving back the money he earned from such an evil show
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ThruTheLookingGlass
Way to go man! I applaud you.
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InterestingName
I don't subscribe to his religion but I can at least respect his right to have an opposing opinion unlike most here
mary unger
praise the lord .... may God bless u ...... wow that was a blessing to hear
Midnight
I don't even know what happened with all of this but, the way these bitches are speaking in this clip, if the guy doesn't want to do something out of respect for his Religion and because it makes him uncomfortable - who are YOU to say it's bad or wrong? He is not hurting another living being!! They think they can twist anything to seem sinister but you're not fooling anyone - bunch of boots!
MrsHoranPayne
i have soooo much respect for him
Tyler Hall
Got corrupted by religion that's crazy... 
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jake gallagher
hahahaha whata fucktard
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Sean Norfleet
Ok I'm a christian and I think two and a half men is hilarious (atleast it used to be). His being in the show is not a "sin", it's an honest living. However if God is calling him to do something different then that's great. Can't argue with the holy spirit. I wish him well.
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