Two and a Half Men

'Men's' Angus T. Jones comments on Uncle Charlie's death

Aug. 12, 2011 at 11:10 AM ET

The cast of "Two and a Half Men."
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Former “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen recently revealed that he’s looking forward to the funeral of his on-screen alter ego. And earlier this week, Sheen’s ex-co-star, Jon Cryer, assured fans that Charlie Harper’s mortal end is funny stuff. But what does “Half”-man Angus T. Jones have to say about it?

Not much.

TMZ spoke to the young star, who is said to be the highest-paid child actor on television, about the upcoming loss of his “Men” uncle, and Jones unenthusiastically explained, “It is what is.”

That’s about the same level of excitement the teen mustered up when asked how taping for the upcoming season is going (“It’s going”).

In fact, the actor seemed much more interested about the prospect of tuning in to Sheen’s Comedy Central roast, which airs the same night the CBS sitcom returns for its season premiere, than talking about his own show.

“Oh, for sure,” Jones said when asked if he’d be watching the roast.

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