Angus T. Jones Apologizes to 'Two and a Half Men' Co-Stars

The sitcom's youngest star is under fire after he called it "filth" and urged people not to watch.
5:19 | 11/28/12

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And talks about turning 50 and a word or two about the chanel ads. Angus t. Jones set up a firestorm when he called "two and a half men" filth and telling fans not to watch it. He's apologizing to the co-stars and the producers. The big question, will he keep his job? I'm on "two and a half men." I don't want to be on it. Please, stop watching it. Reporter: When angus t. Jones, one of the stars of "two and a half men," recorded this religious rant, lambasting his popular sitcom. Please stop filling your head with filth. Reporter: It's hard to imagine he could have predicted the backlash. Brainwashed? Exploited? Reporter: But this morning, after international headlines and millions of views online, the young man who recently joined the seventh day adventist church is now saying, I'm sorry. I apologize if my remarks reflect me showing indifference to and disrespect of my colleagues, jones says in a statement. I never intended that. But many in hollywood now wonder if this new apology is too little, too late. They'll see us and be I can be a christian and be on a show like "two and a half men." You can't. Reporter: The man sitting next to jones in that youtube sensation, christopher hudson. A seventh day adventist who runs a ministry called the forerunner cronicles. I never watched "two and a half men." Reporter: Hudson has been described as jones' spiritual actor. The show is not teaching truth. It's teaching lies. Reporter: Others accuse hudson of doing just that. That's not faith at its best. Reporter: Warner brothers, which produces "two and a half men" isn't talking. But one of the former men is. You say I got dumped. Reporter: Charlie sheen played jones' uncle until he was publicly fired in his own spat with producers last year. Now, the star of "anger management," sheen is reportedly calling "two and a half men" cursed. Telling abc news overnight, my former nephew is welcomed at the "goodson anger management" home anytime. As for jones, he's not expected to be back on the set until next year. While jones joined a new church, his character, jake, went off and joined the army. Jake? Reporter: "Good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. For more, we're joined by actor, stephen baldwin. He's been outspoken proponent about his faith in hollywood, since becoming a born-again christian. You hear what angus jones said in the taped piece. And you see the backlash he's receiving from speaking out publicly, are you surprised about that reaction? Not really. You're asking the wrong guy here. If you ask me, it sounds like angus is having an authentic experience with the gospel of jesus christ. It's a serious thing. A real, true walk of christianity is very difficult, quite radical. It seems to me, he was a young man when he started. And now, he's kind of coming into his own. And he's connected with his pastor. And now, he's kind of -- it's not what you say. It's how you say it. He didn't mean to sound the way he did. But it's admirable for sticking up for what he believes in. And we hear from angus' mother, saying she is worried that the church may be exploiting him. And the pastor has said controversial things recently. When you're 19 years old, how do you know, especially because you're a public figure, you're not being exploited? I met angus recently. And got to spend a little time with him, in a political scenario. And I think he knows exactly what he's doing. Again, he meant to probably have it come out differently. He didn't want to offend chuck lorre or any of the people from the show or be disrespectful. But I think he means what he says when he finds, now, if you hold up the content of his show, to the bible, what he is saying is, now, there's a conflict for me. Does an actor have to quit a role if it conflicts with his beliefs? That depends on the actor. I have -- listen. You've chosen not to -- I'm getting ready to direct two or three movies next year that are faith-based films. I'm full-blown faith-based right now. That's just where I am at in my walk of christianity. But let me tell you something. Isn't it weird, as a christian, I had a casting director come up to me two years ago and say, I'm really sorry because I brought your name up in castings for a while, now, and they look at me like I'm crazy. Is it possible to be successful in hollywood and b an outspoken christian? Sure doesn't seem like it, now does it? What advice do you have for angus? Listen. He's in the last season of the show. I think he's being very respectful now. I think he ought to walk his walk and stand up for what he believes in. And finish out the season. And go about his business. W want to mention, stephen, that you work to promote breast cancer research. Named for your mother. A breast cancer survivor. We want to let everyone know, they can head to goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo! Stephen, thanks for being with us and sharing your personal insights. Appreciate it.

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