CBS top executive Les Moonves said dealing with the situation concerning "Two and a Half Men" star Angus T. Jones, who called his sitcom "filth" in a recent religious-themed YouTube clip, has been "a piece of cake," when compared to roller coaster ride the network went through with Charlie Sheen.
Moonves made the comment during a breakfast interview with Wall Street Journal Deputy Editor-in-Chief Gerard Baker this week, after the journalist asked if there were plans to find another "half man" for the show following the incident with Jones.
"We have other plans. I don't think it's been ...
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