And so the fallout from the Angus T. Jones religious outburst, Two and A Half Men denouncing video really begins. A superfan, who some report to be his Jones' girlfriend, has voiced her support for who she considers to be her "best friend".

"He's not having a meltdown or a breakdown," Sarah M., the teen from Toluca Lake, Calif., told the Daily News. "He's my best friend," she added. "We're really close. He never expected anyone to see that video," the superfan known online as "Stalker Sarah," told The News. "It was not a big deal." Asked whether she also considers Jones' show "filth," she smiled.  "I've watched it. It's a half hour of dirty jokes," she said. Those are nice words, sure, but the support of someone widely known as 'Stalker Sarah" doesn't immediately strike us as a solid source.

The other man in the video, Christopher Hudson, a controversial activist from Alabama, has also been forced to respond to the media following Jones' words, which, we're sure he 'expected' people to see. "I'm not an extremist," Hudson explained. "I use colorful language to cement my ideas. I don't think Obama is the new Hitler. I like Obama. I was talking about some of his policies and comparing them to the policies (of Hitler)." He had previously linked President Obama to Adolph Hitler and claimed Jay-Z, Kanye West and Rihanna are "in league with Lucifer, you see. "If I was in Angus' shoes and had his spiritual awakening, I hope I would not continue on the program," Hudson said. "But Angus is highly intelligent. Whatever decision he makes will be between him and the maker."

And while all this has been going, Jones, realising that he's contracted for another year, and that nearly everyone who knows what Two and a Half men is, has blurted out a rather forced apology for his words. "Without qualification, I am grateful to and have the highest regard and respect for all of the wonderful people on 'Two and Half Men' with whom I have worked and over the past 10 years who have become an extension of my family," he said in a statement. "I apologize if my remarks reflect me showing indifference to and disrespect of my colleagues and a lack of appreciation of the extraordinary opportunity of which I have been blessed."