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Remember when Charlie Sheen said he was in talks with HBO to do a chat show called Sheen's Corner, and then HBO said it was totally not true? Well, Charlie Sheen has now turned his delusion into a reality. (Sort of.)
On Saturday, Sheen debuted Sheen's Korner as a 50-minute web series, streaming live from his home. Rather than the range of fascinating guests Sheen had imagined for his HBO show, Sheen's Korner is all Charlie, all the time, with a few of his friends occasionally chiming in from the background. (These include one of his two girlfriends, Natalie Kenly, a.k.a. The One Who Is Not a Porn Star). Here are some of the highlights from Sheen's self-indulgent web TV debut:
- Charlie revealed his new wrist tattoo. Guess what it says? "Winning" -- of course!
- Sheen recited one of his own poems, called "Big White Phone." It rhymed and everything. (FYI, "big white phone" is his metaphor for "toilet." )
- In a segment called "Wish They Were Me Forever," Sheen bashed his very vocal critics Dr. Drew Pinsky and Nancy Grace. Pinsky, whom Sheen called a "clown," is set to host a one-hour VH1 special about Sheen's meltdown.
- In what might be the episode's most disturbing moment, Sheen raised a toast to his twin sons Bob and Max, while drinking from one of their sippy cups. We sure hope that was apple juice in there.
Ironically, Saturday Night Live aired a much more entertaining version of Sheen's Korner on Saturday -- a Charlie Sheen talk-show parody called Duh! Winning! The sketch stars Bill Hader and features Miley Cyrus as one of Charlie's "winning" guests: Lindsay Lohan. Watch below!
If you have 50 minutes to kill, you can check out the full show at Sheen's Korner on YouTube. But honestly, we'd recommend just scrolling up and watching the SNL sketch again.