The 5 worst media disasters in November

Only one politician made the list of terrible gaffes in November, leaving open the door for celebrities, cable hosts, and business leaders. 

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On this month’s list, you’ll find a disgruntled actor, two cable news hosts, and a new corporate leader who doesn’t seem to like television interviews.

Here are the five worst media disasters of November:

5. ‘Half’ man finds God, continues to take “filthy” money

Angus T. Jones, the “half” man on CBS’s hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men,” recently made headlines when he called his show “filth” and begged viewers to stop watching the show. No matter that he’s been on the show since 2003 and became the highest paid child actor in 2010, reportedly earning a whopping $300,000 per episode.

I don’t question the sincerity of Jones’s beliefs, and he’s entitled to his views. Which is why his sudden about face looks so … strange. After the video above went viral, Jones backtracked, saying:

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