Looks like loco love-nester Charlie Sheen could be about to dig in at his mansion in LA after calling it “Sober Valley Lodge”. He hailed his housemates, those being self-professed porn star Natalie Kenly and ‘model’ Rachel Oberlin, as non-judgemental goddesses and told those who do judge him to spend some time getting a job instead.
It didn’t take long for the gobsmith to come out all guns blazing again and while his life has become quite entertaining to watch it’s not a show that has much in the way of longevity.
Sheen is becoming a parody of himself; perhaps even a figment of his own imaginings made real. He’s starting to look increasingly like Spider Jerusalem of Transmetroplitan fame; the drug addled lunatic shacked up with his two filthy assistants as he rampages across the internet and city in search of opportunities to cause havoc and bring the system down en route to destroying himself.
Except with more hair, less tattoos and no bowel disruptor. Oh, and less wit.
“These women don’t judge me,” he told NBC’s Today show, on the same day he lost the services of his publicist.
“They don’t judge me,” Sheen reiterated. “They don’t lead with opinion. They don’t lead with their own needs all the time. They’re honest enough to tell me, ‘Hey, look, you – you know, park your nonsense. You gotta help me solve this.’ And we solve it.”
As far as life in the lodge goes he commented: “It’s perfect. It’s awesome. Every day is just filled with just wins. All we do is put wins in the record books … We win so radically in our underwear before our first cup of coffee, it’s scary. People say it’s lonely at the top, but I sure like the view.”
The Talk Show Cowboy
Sheen seems to be spending more time on the talk show circuit these days although why he bothers is beyond me as he really has nothing to say worth listening to. I guess it’s a symptom of post addiction, looking for something meaningful to do with your time instead of boozing or ‘drugging’. He could take up crocheting.
[adsense]There must be a huge hole in his schedule with the impending close of Two and a Half Men, and while I’m in the mood for a dig, it was only recently that I discovered the show’s title wasn’t a reference to ‘Jake’ or Sheen’s ego.
CBS, who host the show must be quaking in their boots that the rapidly disintegrating actor is threatening them with legal action if they don’t put the show back on the air, but in fairness it’s getting to the stage where they’ll have to change the title to Three and a Half Men.
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