Saturday, February 26, 2011

Charlie Sheen Is Crazy

It would appear that having the best rated sitcom on television can really feed an ego, because having listened to the latest Charlie Sheen radio rants, that guy is borderline delusional. Doesn't he have a publicist to tell him to stop these radio interviews, or does he even listen? Two and a half men has now been cancelled...err, postponed...indefinitely despite being #1. He seems mystified by his own "talent", despite the fact that he only succeeds playing characters that are exactly like him in real life. He can only be Charlie. He has no diversity as an actor, and it boggles the mind that this ego maniac is making $1.2 million dollars an episode when he should be in a prison cell. He makes me want to cheer for Lindsay Lohan.

Can I also say that as an amateur film critic, I think his performance in Platoon is drastically overrated. Watch the movie again. The guy can't act his way out of a wet paper bag. All he can do is crack jokes when he's playing a rich, drug addicted, playboy. That's it, so please, don't take Charlie's word for it about the scope of his ability...

Oh, and how many no-name radio hosts are begging to get Charlie for an interview. Nobody had ever heard of Alex Jones before the Sheen interview.


  1. Heather Mallick of the Toronto Star but she had a hilarious column today comparing the erratic speeches of Sheen with Gadhafi, and hilarious is the fact that it was rather difficult to tell the difference. Maybe Charlie's been taking some of those pills that Gadhafi said his citizens have been taking.

  2. Sorry, I meant to say Heather Mallick is not a columnist I regularly follow.

  3. Charlie said he won't return to Two and half men unless his enemies are fired. Does he think they'll whack him? LOL I'm surprised he hasn't pulled a Randy Quaid and fled to Canada as a refugee for protection from those enemies!

    BTW I have never watched one single episode so I really don't care about the cancellation of this sitcom. And I agree with you Iceman, he's a lousy actor.

    Louise M.

  4. I don't see the big deal. Everyone needs a hobby and at least he's honest about his. He's an actor and I'm thankful that he's bringing some perspective to celebrity discourse. The back-to-basics coke and hooker stories are refreshing. Would you prefer the standard moralizing and faux indignation from left field? HOW CAN YOU WATCH MY MOVIES WHILE AN AIDS EPIDEMIC RAVAGES AFRICA??!!

  5. The only way for Charlie to straighten out is for him to finally lose everything. Substance abusers have to hit rock bottom before the wake up call hits them. His parents are right to ask the judges for control of his finances. Take all his money away from him and lets see just how long these hooker/goddesses hang around.

    Reality, No Money, No Funny! So let the bankruptcy roll. It will be his only salvation.

    His parents should look into this treatment: Dr. Meg Patterson's success in helping rock star Peter Townshend overcome his drug addiction using a "Black Box Brain Tuner".

    Or bring on the Spiritual Healers. Somethings got to work.

  6. Uhhhh......whoa..... I listened up to 4:00 then I stopped.

    That was a complete waste of time.

    Cripes was that weird & stupid.

  7. Anyone who watches the show knows that at the end of every episode’s credits there is a one second flash of a ‘vanity card’ written by the show’s producer/writer, Chuck Lorre presenting various musings – I pause the DVR and read them – some are amusing, some are dumb, and some are abrasive and ‘dark’ in ways.

    That takes us to show #329, which aired on this last February 11th – here, is what Chuck Lorre wrote:

    I exercise regularly. I eat moderate amounts of healthy food. I make sure to get plenty of rest. I see my doctor once a year and my dentist twice a year. I floss every night. I've had chest x–rays, cardio stress tests, EKG's and colonoscopies. I see a psychologist and have a variety of hobbies to reduce stress. I don't drink. I don't smoke. I don't do drugs. I don't have crazy, reckless sex with strangers.

    If Charlie Sheen outlives me, I'm gonna be really pissed.”
    So what is that? I’m sure that this didn’t impress Charlie Sheen! Who would be impressed to see your ‘boss’ write that and, permanently - on an episode?

    That was insensitive and unsupportive to Charlie Sheen – when he was in rehab.

    This led to the comments that were made. It must be understood that the cutting nature of these comments were fuelled by alcohol withdrawal.

    There is a wise old saying: “Hold no man responsible for his utterances in times of grief.” – so could one take that to also mean: “Hold no man responsible for his utterances in times of withdrawal stress”.

    These guys are friends and somewhere [on both accounts] it went astray – they know that they’re successful ‘together’ - at this time and place and – time and circumstances permitting – I hope they resolve this and become the better over it.

    Friends can sometimes fight and real friends can move past the “he said they said he said” crap and move forward. There are those of us in viewer-land who looks forward each week to that ½ hour of something new we haven’t yet ‘seen’. LOL!

  8. Nobody heard of Alex Jones before the Charlie interview LOL.
    Alex Jones is huge, more listeners than Beck dude, in fact Beck plagerizes him on a regular basis but Jones does not care as long as the message gets out.

  9. I'm torn on this one. I love the show but Sheen is a whack job. He is a 911 truther also so there isn't much there - there!