Two and a Half Men’s half-man Angus T. Jones made headlines earlier this week when he called the show “filth” and encouraged people to stop watching it in a testimonial video for a Christian cult, fueling speculation that he’d be leaving the long-running series soon. HuffPo now reports that Jones will probably be departing after the current season, the show’s tenth, in which he won’t be appearing in every single episode anyways. CBS has yet to renew Two and a Half Men for an eleventh season, but considering how long it’s been running and that Angus T. Jonesgate is coming in the wake of ex-star Charlie Sheen’s much-publicized meltdown last year, it wouldn’t be a big surprise if the network just opted to pull the plug now. Sheen has already publicly offered Jones a part on his show Anger Management, but I’m guessing Jones thinks that sitcom is “filth” too. One thing’s for sure, after putting up with all this drama these past few years, Jon Cryer has earned the right to have one hell of a public mental breakdown of his own this next season.