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SPOTLIGHT: Angus T. Jones






Good morning, evening, and other times of Wednesday.

So this week’s spotlight goes to Big Angus T. Jones from “Two and a Half Men.”

Why? Because he is rich. There are many mixed opinions about the show, and I find some things funny. Other things are not so haha, but more haHO. Suck on that Charlie Sheen.

Also, Angus gets to star with former Spotlight king Jon Cryer. But all of that is meaningless. It doesn’t matter what you think of Angus T. Jones or his show. He is filthy stinking rich. He is like rolling in money instead of filth rich. This guy makes $250,000.00 an episode for “Two and a Half Men.”

For a teen actor, this is a huge accomplishment. The only bigger accomplishment would be if Charlie Sheen stayed out jail and the whorehouse. Eep.

QATFYG: What would you have to do to make $250,000?

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  1. I love Charlie Sheen, John Cryer and Angus T. Jones. I would do anything for $250,000.

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