Listening to Charlie Sheen is like watching an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm. You know every time he opens his mouth, the shit is gonna hit the fan. This time, in an interview with Pat O’Brien, Sheen called Chuck Lorre and his collaborator Lee Arohnson “a couple of AA Nazis.”
I don’t understand when the term “Nazi” became synonymous with “person I don’t like”. Nazis were pretty brutal. Your boss expecting you to show up for work doesn’t make him a Nazi.
Since CBS brought ‘Men’ to a halt, they are reportedly not paying Sheen for the rest of the season. In response to this, Sheen said, “defeat is not an option” and accused CBS of being in breach of contract.
“I expressed an opinion, I have the first amendment and I have an army marching behind me, to quote Eminem,” said Sheen. He added that the producers, “kept getting up in my grill, kept tell me how to live my personal life.”
Eminem? "All up in my grill"? Someone needs to update Sheen on his hip-hop references. Or make sure he's aware the year is not 1999. He added that he put “half a billion dollars in Chuck’s pocket. I should’ve been walking into massages and h-nd jobs. Yeah I said it!”
That's the sentence he chooses to add, “Yeah I said it” to? Like we’re supposed to be surprised he said “h-nd jobs”, of all things?
In response to Sheen’s referring to Chuck Lorre as “Chaim Levine”, his given name (sort of), the Anti-Defamation League said Sheen’s words were “at worst, borderline anti-Semitism” and “at best, bizarre.”
I’d say “at best bizarre” describes just about everything he’s said in the past month.