The troubled actor took to the web on Tuesday (08Mar11) to broadcast the fourth episode of Sheen’s Korner, the first show since he was sacked from his high-profile TV role on Monday (07Mar11).
He started with an image of the book cover of The Art of War by Sun Tzu and went on to take aim at those he believes are responsible for his dismissal using clips from a number of films, with famous quotes including “I love the smell of napalm in the morning” from Apocalypse Now and “You can’t handle the truth” from A Few Good Men.
Sheen, who declared himself “Malibu Messiah, Condor of Calabasas”, said of his sacking, “What occurred yesterday was in fact completely illegal, in fact, unconscionable. And to quote my lawyer really f**k, f**k, suck, suck… A high treason has occurred. Mark this warlock’s word – defeat is not an option.”
He went on to single out a number of TV bosses for criticism, including CBS President Les Moonves and Bruce Rosenblum, President of Warner Brothers Television Group, who he told, “It’s over tiny man. Grab ankles and accept your fate. Wow, it must really suck being you right now.”
He also branded Two and A Half Men creator Chuck Lorre a “silly clown”, adding, “Think of me as you pray to the silly god of AA… Can you smell the lies? Can you smell the carnage you’ve created?… You are no match for this warlock.”