After a ranting conversation last week with radio host Alex Jones and an angry screed on TMZ led CBS to halt production of his show "Two and a Half Men," "Good Morning America" and the "Today" show aired new interviews with Sheen this morning.
Surge Desk has the highlights -- or lowlights -- of the interviews with NBC and ABC. The "Good Morning America" interview was a preview of an hourlong interview that will air Tuesday.
Sheen on drugs and getting sober
In the interviews, Sheen insisted that he is currently sober and says he welcomes drug testing. How did he get sober? "I closed my eyes and made it so with the power of my mind," he told NBC.
Sheen, 45, described his "rehab" last month, which he undertook at home instead of checking into a treatment facility, as "the Sober Valley Lodge." The Sober Valley Lodge at chez Sheen was run without any "contamination" from Alcoholics Anonymous.
Last week, Sheen drew some criticism for calling AA a cult, but he certainly hasn't toned down his perspective, telling NBC that AA is a "fiction" written by a "broken-down fool who was a plagiarist."
AA, according to Sheen, "was written for normal people, people that aren't special. People that don't have tiger blood, you know, Adonis DNA." He, presumably, has that Adonis DNA. And people who relapse? "Fools. Trolls. Weak. Defeated. They allowed defeat to be an option."
He also told ABC, "I am on a drug. It's called Charlie Sheen. It's not available, because if you try it once, you will die and your children will weep over your exploded body. Too much?"
Sheen on CBS
"They picked a fight with a warlock," he said of CBS and the "Two and a Half Men" executive producer, Chuck Lorre.
He boasted that he'd only return to the show if they up his salary to $3 million an episode, a 50 percent raise from his previous salary of about $2 million per episode. Why the raise? Because of the "psychological distress" Sheen has endured during the past few weeks.
He also said that he's preparing to sue and will use "zeal and focus and violent hatred" to come out on top. "I'm here to collect, and they're going to lose," he told ABC.
Soon, he promised, they will be renaming Warner Bros. Charlie Bros. "Duh. Winning," he said, pointing to himself.
Sheen on Sheen
Clearly, Sheen thinks quite highly of himself. "Come on, bro, I won Best Picture at 20. Wasn't even trying. Wasn't even warm," he bragged to NBC. He also said, "I'm tired of pretending like I'm not special. I'm tired of pretending like I'm not a total bitchin' rock star from Mars. ... You can't process me with a normal brain."
Normal brain or not, if you want to watch the man in action, watch the videos below.
"Good Morning America"
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