Angus T. Jones might have struggled to gain notoriety while standing next to Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer on Two and a Half Men, but he's famous for all the wrong reasons now.

After an epic religious rant where he called the show "filth" and urged viewers not to watch it, the media has been having a field day mocking him. (Rainn Wilson of The Office even took a turn spoofing the video.) But the best comedic take on this rant has come from former Friends star Matthew Perry, who used his apparent love of Jesus as a gigantic publicity tool for his new show Go On, urging fans not to watch it.

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The video also takes an amusing jab at the swiftly-cancelled Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip. But when it comes to his religious ways, there's one thing that's an even bigger priority for Chandler: staying out of the poor house. After announcing that he'll give away all the money made from Go On, it's suggested he should also give away all of his money from Friends. "What do you think I am, a f***ing moron?!" he yells.

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At this point, Go On needs all the help it can get. After premiering in last September with over 9.7 million viewers, that number has quickly dwindled down to roughly six million viewers with last Tuesday's episode.

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