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CHARLIE SHEEN (MARCH 8, 2011)

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Uploaded on Mar 9, 2011

After weeks of bizarre behavior, actor Charlie Sheen continues his insults and highly metaphoric wordplay as he punches back at the producers of his old show with an online webcast dubbed "Sheen's Korner".
Charlie Sheen is a man at war.
The fired 45-year old actor used a live webcast Tuesday night (March 8) to speak out against his firing from the CBS show "Two and a Half Men" and taunt the executives behind the decision.
His video broadcast began with pictures of explosions, interspersed with photos of network executives and at one point included a bottle of an impotence drug.
Sheen rattled off criticism of key production executives who oversee "Two and a Half Men" before addressing his termination, which he called "unconscionable."
The prepared remarks, which lasted about 10-minutes, came after Warner Bros. said his services on "Two and a Half Men" had been terminated.
Sheen called the move "treason" and said that "together we must right this infantile wrong." "You picked a fight with a warlock you little worm," Sheen declared in an extraordinary tirade against Lorre.
His language was littered with words such as 'battlefield' as he declared war on the TV bosses - showing he has no intention of going quietly.
Sheen finishes his rambling soliloquy and ends the broadcast by saying: "Defeat is not an option. We must right this infantile wrong... see you all on the battlefield soon."
Sheen also announced that his Internet show, which he's been calling "Sheen's Korner," "is now for sale as a sports bar."
Warner Brothers -- which produces "Two and a Half Men" -- announced Monday that it was firing the star.
"After careful consideration, Warner Bros. Television has terminated Charlie Sheen's services on 'Two and a Half Men,' effective immediately," the studio said in a statement.
Sheen, says he is planning to sue Warner Brothers for firing him.

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