Angus T. Jones, who plays Jake on hit TV show "Two and a Half Men," is biting the hand that feeds him in a video in which he urges audiences to "stop watching 'Two and a Half Men'," the show that reportedly pays him $350,000 per episode.
In the video, the 19-year-old actor, in a viral YouTube video, refers to the show as filth.
"It's bad news," Jones says in the video, which goes through a variety of twists and turns and focuses primarily on his joining his local church. "I don't know if it means any more coming from me, but you might not have heard it otherwise. Watch out."
Jones continues to talk about the show, referring to the "enemy," which presumptively is the Devil, and implies that the show is in cahoots with said enemy. Jones speaks about a variety of strange topics throughout the 14-minute video, discussing his desire to join an "all-black church," and talking about good and evil.
"A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump," Jones says, rambling during much of the video to someone who is presumptively a member of the same church as Jones. "You're either hot or your cold." The other man in the video quotes The Bible, saying Jones recognizes "he cannot be a friend to the world. He's either going to serve God or serve this world.
These ramblings may just grant Jones his wish, as defamation of his show is likely in breach of his "Two and a Half Men," contract. The show recently underwent a cast change, as Ashton Kutcher took over the spot of old star Charlie Sheen (who went on a very public breakdown himself last year), joining Jones and fellow start John Cryer.