The devilish Warlock has finally weighed in on his God-loving former costar.
The only thing missing from the storm swirling around Angus T. Jones' wild Christian denouncement of his employer, Two and a Half Men, was a statement from the last man to burn bridges with the franchise, Charlie Sheen.
Sheen broke his silence today, telling People that (a) Jones is functioning in insane-cult mode and (b) the show is doomed:
With Angus's Hale-Bopp-like meltdown, it is radically clear to me that the show is cursed."
Sheen's Hale-Bopp quip is a reference to the Heaven's Gate cult, led by Marshall Applewhite, who convinced his followers to commit mass suicide to transfer their souls to a spaceship that was trailing the Hale-Bopp comet.
Angus has found religion with the Seventh Day Adventist Church. And his now-viral YouTube video, in which he told viewers to stop watching the evil "filth" of the sit-com that pays him $350,000 an episode, was made by the Christian conspiracy-theory group ForeRunner Chronicles, which also produces videos claiming Jay-Z is an evil Freemason and Michael Jackson's death was a coverup of the Pope's conspiracy to create a New World Order.