Holy ****! Episode 3: Torpedoes of Truth Part 2, Sheen's Corner Episode 3: Torpedoes of Truth Part 2 March 7th, 2011 wytv on USTREAM. Comedy (external - login to view)
I would never yell jump, but I don't think he's worth caring about. If his family wants to save him, fine, otherwise, it's all just fodder for his own publicity, and that's what he wants. I wasted too much energy on a family member who loved to get into the self-destructive, self-pitying threatening suicide ****, it's a waste of time and energy to care after a while. It's a game that he's playing, and he knows it. He loves the attention, and until just now, the network loved for him to get the attention.
Embrace the madness Charlie... embrace the Rock Star life!
Soon you will join the procession of movie stars and rock stars that went to the grave in a deluge of drugs and alcohol.
There's always room for one more Chuck!
Whenever someone steps up to the ledge there are always A-Holes that will yell jump.
I hope some stops him before kills himself.
Personally i have trouble believing Charlie Sheen is not just putting on an act. He seems to have just been spoiled by 25 years of uninterrupted success, built on a pretty unimpressive resume, and, at best, mediocre artistic merit.Quote has been trimmed, See full post:
One and half Men, is a bore. It just shows how little writing and creative talent it takes now to become the most popular show on television.
To be truthful i don't think Sheen is an addict, not in the conventional sense anyway. He is a binger.. who uses massive amounts of alcohol and cocaine for days, followed by weeks of sobriety. He doesn't fit with a few of the characteristics of addicts, in that he is high functioning. One the main casualties of true addiction is the libido, and Charlie certainly seems in control enough to have retained that. No true addict could go cold turkey at a whim, without getting severely sick.
I also don't think Sheen is bipolar. I had a girlfriend who was truly manic depressive (a much more accurate and descriptive term).. and what i see in Charlie is an act, it lacks the genuine, intense highs and lows, that are symptomatic of the condition, and are very identifiable.
That's not to say what he's doing is not dangerous. Bingers have hight rates of ODs than addicts. But Charlie's problems are both rational and willful, as opposed to irrational and organic. He's bored, he's got too much money and too much time on his hands, and he's trashed all the moral...