Charlie Sheen says Angus T. Jones can come work with him anytime.
Jones, of course, tore into the show he works on, "Two and a Half Men," earlier this week, referring to the show as "filth" and asking people not to watch it. Jones, a newly-converted Seventh-Day Adventist, has since backed off of some of his comments and said he will fulfill his contract.
So, considering Jones' views on the content of the show he's been on since he was 10, it only makes sense he'd go work with hard-partying Charlie Sheen, who's never met a prostitute he wouldn't pay.
Sheen told ABC News "My former nephew is welcome at the Goodson 'Anger Management' home anytime," referring to the surname of his therapist alter-ego on his FX show "Anger Management." Sheen also said Jones' videotaped rant, which went viral Monday, as a "Hale-Bopp-like meltdown," comparing it to the Heaven's Gate cult.
When it comes to meltdowns, no one knows them better than Charlie Sheen.