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Charlie Sheen Did More Interviews

By on March 1, 2011
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The second part of ’s interview aired this morning and it seemed relatively more calm than the last one. In the second half, NBC’s Jeff Rossen talks to his two live-in girlfriends, “Rach” and “Natty”, who he calls his “goddesses”.

When asked about what life is like, Natty said, “I told Charlie when I moved in, ‘I’m on the bus, and I don’t really care where the bus is going. That’s kind of how we live.’” She then added, “As long as that bus drives into a pile of cash, I mean.” A few more quotes culled by Popeater:

On his intense pressure to get ‘Two and a Half Men’ back on the air:
“Who else is applying pressure? John Cryer? Angus [Jones]? Anybody? They’re just sitting at home waiting for something to happen.”

On his publicist, Stan Rosenfield, quitting yesterday:
“I don’t know … maybe he got overwhelmed, maybe he felt like he wasn’t respected, I don’t know … But there’s something epic about that — that things got so gnarly that Stan just went ‘I’m out.’”

On his father, Martin Sheen, and his family’s attempt to help:
“They tried. I said, ‘I’m not ready … but I appreciate your love and compassion, if that’s what you want to call it.’ I’m 45 years old, and I’m not interested in people treating me like a 12-year-old.”

His reaction to Monday’s ‘Today Show’ interview:
“I’m entertained as hell. I’m not saying it’s not true. I’m laughing with the goddesses, I’m laughing with my friends. Everybody’s like, ‘Did they expect it to be normal interview? Did they expect to be conventional and boring and everything else?’ No, man, we’re shaking the tree.”

How he describes himself:
“I’m grandiose, because I’m living a grandiose life. I’m tired of being like ‘Aw, shucks, that’s not me.’ Because it is me.”

His message to his fans:
“Don’t be worried. Celebrate this movement. I love and I’m so grateful that you have supported me and the show for so long, and I will not let you down. Trust me.”

Response to Twitter backlash:
“It’s sad for them. It’s like, ‘Get a job, anyone?’”

Charlie Sheen sounds and acts more and more like a cult leader each day. His cult looks a lot more fun than other cults though. Instead of a mass suicide, they just do a lot of blow and have a lot of sex.

More Charlie Sheen coverage:

- Two and a Half Men may be over for good

- 20/20 will go inside Charlie’s world tonight

- Charlie Sheen calls Martin Sheen’s support “Bullocks”

- John Stamos might replace Charlie Sheen

- Charlie Sheen hit up Piers Morgan last night

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  • NadePaulKuciGravMcKi

    What did Michael Jackson try to say?
    Charlie Sheen questions Obama about 9/11
    despite AIPAC controlled media censorship.
    Mel Gibson does not play dumb about 9/11 either.