Charlie Sheen went on a rant against the creator his sitcom, AA, and Thomas Jefferson. This is just one of many reasons why Charlie Sheen is a douche. Listen to the rant at the link below (from TMZ):
TMZ describes the outburst like this:
Sheen unloaded while calling in to “The Alex Jones Show” and claimed he is 100% clean, saying, “Here’s your first pee test, next one goes in your mouth. No, you won’t get high.”
During his rant Sheen compared himself to the Marlon Brando character in “Apocalypse Now” — and hit just about everything and everyone:
— He calls Lorre a turd, a clown, and says his real name is “Haim Levine”
— Referring to his rehab stint, Sheen claims to have embarrassed Lorre “in front of his children and the world by healing at a pace that his un-evolved mind cannot process.”
— On Alcoholics Anonymous … Sheen says it’s a “bootleg cult” with a success rate of only 5%, while his is 100% and added, “Newsflash .. I am special and I will never be one of you.”
— After one rant the host, Alex Jones, tells Charlie he sounds like Thomas Jefferson. Charlie’s response, “I’m not Thomas Jefferson. He was a p***y! But I dare anyone to debate me on things.”
— On his drug and alcohol issues, “I have a disease? Bulls**t! I cured it … with my mind.”
The show host, Alex Jones, is a well-known 9/11 truther and extreme libertarian.
After Sheen’s remarks, CBS and Warner Brothers pulled the plug on the remaining four shows of the season. Deadline Hollywood says:
As Two And A Half Men star Charlie Sheen’s erratic behavior escalated today in a series of verbal assaults on the show’s creator-executive producer Chuck Lorre, the sitcom’s network and studio did the only thing they could in the situation: pull the plug. But they only did it for this season. (Two and a Half Men was scheduled to resume production on Monday for 4 more episodes). So the door is left open for a possible ninth season. “Based on the totality of Charlie Sheen’s statements, conduct and condition, CBS and Warner Bros TV have decided to discontinue production of Two and a Half Men for the remainder of the season,” the two companies said in a statement.The question now is should Two And A Half Men continue? Could the damage done over the past few weeks ever be repaired. And most importantly, will Sheen come back from the brink?
I truly doubt this is the last season for the show. It is the most popular comedy on TV and is making even more money in syndication. Unless Charlie wants to walk away from more than $1 Million per episode, the show will go on.