The hit CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men managed to survive the Charlie Sheen scandal two years ago, replacing the outspoken and controversial actor with digital camera pitchman Ashton Kutcher. Now, another star of the show, Angus T. Jones, has voiced his displeasure with the series, calling it "filth" and begging for fans to change the channel. The actor appears in a video that was posted today, where he says, "I'm on Two and a Half Men and I don't want to be on it. Please stop watching it. Please stop filling your head with filth." Take a look at this video for more of the young star's outspoken comments, which start at the 7:34 mark.
CBS, Warner Bros. Television, and executive producer/creator Chuck Lorre have not commented about the video at this time. Angus T. Jones has portrayed Jake Harper since Two and a Half Men debuted in 2003. It isn't known how this video will affect his future on the series, or if the show will continue on CBS past Season 10.