Denying that he has said such thing, Jon believes the story from Us Magazine was the result of someone having 'overheard something that was nothing'.
Jon Gosselin is slamming the brake before reports where he was quoted planning to quit "Jon & Kate Plus 8" can get any worse. The reality show's star himself told People that he never said such thing. "Here," he told People while pointing at the paparazzi outside his house, "you have to watch what you say so it doesn't contradict something else."
The first source was actually Us Magazine which quoted him, "I wish I had a 9 to 5 job instead of the nightmare I'm living. This is 24/7." Jon revealed the real story, saying "A fan asked me, 'Don't you sometimes wish you could go back to a 9-to-5 job?' [And my reply was,] 'Yeah, because this is 24/7 and 9-to-5ers punch in and punch out and you have no responsibilities.' "
He also has the explanation for the quote "I don't even want to do taping for the show anymore." He said, "And the other one was that the kids didn't want to film anymore. No, they just didn't want to film that day."
While Jon was spending time with his kids, his estranged wife Kate Gosselin went to "Larry King Live" to talk about the family turmoil. Jon has watched the segment and commented as quoted by Radar Online, "She didn't say anything. She just kept on redirecting and avoiding answering the questions." He added, "When Larry's ready for me, I can answer questions."