With every new interview, it becomes harder to decipher what Charlie Sheen thinks he’s saying. Because simply listening to the words and watching his face, it’s easy to conclude this guy needs somebody to step in and help him out–fast. On ABC’s Good Morning America, Sheen explained his behavior may be hard for non-Sheens to understand. “You borrow my brain for five seconds, and just be like, ‘Dude, can’t handle it, unplug this bastard.’ Because it fires in a way that’s you know, maybe not from this particular terrestrial realm.”
At the suggestion that Sheen might have a psychiatric issue, such as bipolar disorder, Sheen reacted with a bizarre breed of ridicule:
Wow, what does that mean? What’s the cure? Medicine? Make me like them? Not going to happen. I’m bi-winning. I win here and I win there. Now what?
Now what does seem to be the question, as Sheen, in the ABC interview says the last time he did drugs–which he says was probably four to six weeks ago–he took “more than anybody could survive. I was banging seven gram rocks because that’s how I roll.”
Watch it here, from ABC:
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