In an interview with NBC's Jeff Rossen, actor Charlie Sheen says that the executives who shut down "Two and a Half Men" are trying to destroy his family and take his money. "They picked a fight with a warlock," he warns.
Embattled actor Charlie Sheen continued his tell-all tour with an interview featured on TODAY Monday morning, and despite a string of recent jaw-droppers from the star, he had plenty of fresh revelations to share.
Over the course of the talk, Sheen boasted about the success of his “sober valley” lifestyle, revealed just what it would take to convince him to return to “Two and a Half Men,” and he shared his take on the “war” he believes CBS has waged against him.
“Well the war is that they're trying to destroy my family,” Sheen told NBC’s Jeff Rossen. “So, I take great umbrage with that… Defeat is not an option. They picked a fight with a warlock.”
But the “warlock” plans to fight back. According to Sheen, the network bigwigs tried to take all of his money and leave him unable to support his family, and he knows just how to combat that.
“With zeal and focus and, and violent hatred,” Sheen said. “You either love or you hate. You live in the middle; you get nothing.”
Actor Charlie Sheen tells NBC's Jeff Rossen that he's underpaid for his "Two and a Half Men" role, demanding $3 million per episode. "It's everybody else that's going to be begging me for their job back."
Make sense? Not necessarily, but as the “Men” star explained in another portion of the interview, most of us just can’t understand him.
“I'm tired of pretending like I’m not special,” the actor said. “I'm tired of pretending like I'm not a bitchin', total fricking rock star from Mars… People can't figure me out. They can't process me. I don't expect them to. You can't process me with a normal brain.”
It’s hard to deny that one.