Charlie Sheen certainly looked better in the latest installment of his Web show "Sheen’s Korner," instead of like a "disheveled hobo," but his scripted comments Tuesday delivered a 10-minute "semi-coherent rant," reports Deadline.com.
Sheen called himself "Malibu Messiah, Condor of Calabasas," and then reeled off a list of people he doesn’t want near his "gold," the story says. The list includes CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves, whom Sheen called "Less Than Goonves," and Warner Bros. TV Group President Bruce Rosenblum, whom the actor called "Bruce Daisyandwilt."
The story adds that his worst insults were again targeted toward "Two and a Half Men" co-creator Chuck Lorre, whom Sheen called "Chuck E. Cheeseball."
Sheen responded again to his firing from “Two and a Half Men,” saying, "What occurred yesterday was in fact completely illegal, in fact, unconscionable."
Tuesday’s webcast, the fourth in the series, is being called the final installment. But Sheen, who has described the current situation as a war, continued the military theme with his signoff, saying: "Stay tuned good soldiers, I’ll see you very soon. On the battlefield. Godspeed."