Jones criticised Two and a Half Men's moral content in a video for the Forerunner Christian Church and called on viewers to stop watching the series.
The 19-year-old actor later publicly apologised to co-workers for any offence that he caused.
Jones's comments were parodied earlier in the week by The Office's Rainn Wilson and now Go On star Perry has offered his own fake testimonial.
Perry recorded a sketch for Funny or Die in which he mockingly blames Go On for moral decay in the US.
"Glancing at the Bible has led me to believe that my show Go On is a complete abomination with terrible morals," Perry dead-pans in the spoof.
He then ordered his fans: "Don't watch the show. I want you to stop watching NBC's Go On!"
Perry then introduced 'archival footage' of a previous testimonial where he successfully lobbied his fans not to watch his 2006 series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.
Supernatural's Jared Padalecki more seriously criticised Jones earlier in the week when he urged the 19-year-old star to donate his $300,000 (£185,000) per-show salary to charity.
It has been reported that Jones will honour his current Two and a Half Men contract through to the end of the season, but likely will not sign an extension for next year.