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Sheen Rails at Ex-Bosses, Calls Chuck Lorre a Living Abortion, Etc.

With better lighting and sound, actor tries to wax poetic in latest ”Sheen’s Korner“

Charlie Sheen's anger is getting more focused, judging from his latest "Sheen Korner."

The fourth edition of the livestreamed web series found Sheen, referring to himself as "Edgar Allen Me," in a poetic frame of mind. He said all kinds of awful things about his ex-bosses, and seemed to be following a script this time.

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He pointed out that ratings for the show slipped this Monday, and mocked the names of his former bosses — calling CBS President Les Moonves "Less than Goonves" and "Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre "Chuck E. Cheeseball" and "F— Borey."

He also said Lorre was a living abortion, smelled like malaria, and that kind of thing.

Not that anything Sheen says matters anymore, at least to the future of the show. The dispute is now in the hands of lawyers and the judge or judges who will have to sort out Sheen's disputes with his former bosses for months and years to come.

Sheen opened his latest Korner by calling his firing from "Two and a Half Men" Monday "unconscionable and to quote my lawyer really s—ty s—ty suck suck."

Sheen set the would-be poetic tone with this welcome: "Now that I have your lazy f—ing attention, world, sit back and rejoice, for the Malibu messiah, the condor of Calabasas, the f—ing warlock of your jealous face sits before you, undigested hummus trading real estate for this fire dance."

All of his lines sounded pre-written, and he may have been reading from a prompter, a departure from past rants. The lighting was improved over previous editions, as was the sound, for the most part. Sheen blew less smoke at the camera than he has in some past appearances.

It seemed as if thinking out his attacks on Lorre in advance had made them all the more vitriolic.

"Where you hiding, silly clown? Behind your narcissism? Your greed? Your hatred of yourself? Or women? … I see you, you little worm. I see you."

He also mocked the notion that Lorre could replace him on the show, referring to his jokes, once again, as "tin cans." Sheen has said that he helped turn them into "gold" through his delivery.

"Good luck with those tin cans, sh–brain, in the mushmouth of some pathetic carcass you so arrogantly attempted to trade out for this warlock," Sheen said. "Think of me often, loser. During your most quiet moments."

He added: "Can you smell your soul? Can you smell the rotting dogsh–? The fermented puke that is your viscera? Can you smell the lies? Can you smell the carnage you've created? Can you smell the impostor living within?"

And so on.

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