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The more that he learns about his church and new found faith, the more he despises his job, he said. But the next day, Jones tried to cover it up by praising the opportunity he was give. He apologized to his colleagues, for seeming ungrateful for the "extraordinary opportunity" of which he was given. Jones plays the onscreen son of Jon Cryer, who did not comment about the situation.
Ex-star and onscreen dead uncle, Charlie Sheen did speak out about Jones' recent meltdown, similar to what Sheen experienced when he lost his gig on TAAHM. He opened an invitation to Jones, whose job may be in jeopardy now, to appear on his FX produced show, Anger Management. "My former nephew is welcome at the Goodson 'Anger Management' home anytime," Sheen informed the media. Calling it a "Halle-Bopp" like meltdown, Sheen made it clear that he will be there to support Jones. At least someone is on Jones' side.
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He didn't appear onset following his comments, because his character joined the army and doesn't appear as much. When Jones does visit the studio, producer and creator Chuck Lorre will certainly have some things to discuss with him, maybe even terminating his contract, which runs through the end of the current season.