20/20 Charlie Sheen Video: Charlie Sheen On 20/20 March 1 2011
Charlie Sheen Was Interviewed By Andrea Canning on ABC's 20/20 Tuesday March 1 2011
Charlie Sheen continued to do what he does best, and confuse everyone on ABC's 20/20 Tuesday night, and talked about everything from his children and drug use, and his goddesses Natalie Kenly and Rachel Oberlin (aka porn star Bree Olsen).
This of course, is also the interview with one of the best quotes, 'I'm on a drug, it's called Charlie Sheen!'.
Sheen bad-mouthed his father, Martin: “I don’t care if he’s my dad–back off with the judgment!” He scoffed when Canning quoted one member of his infamous Plaza Hotel party as saying she feared she might overdose: “That’s on her… If she does, I’m sorry.”
The goddesses said they were in love with Charlie, and that they are second mothers to his twin boys. Sheen said they have completed the three parts of his heart.
Kenly said 'kind of' when Oberlin said that there was no partying going on and that the three of them were normal... so chances are there is more going on, although Sheen said, and proved that he was clean and sober during the interview.
The it’d-be-funny-if-it-wasn’t-pathetic thing is, for all of Sheen’s sneering at “loser” recovery programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous, he blurts variations of AA ideas, such as “apologizing immediately when you’re wrong” and not dwelling on old sins and bad experiences. (“Aren’t you getting that I’m not interested in the past at all?” he asked Canning.)
Sheen also called Hugh Hefner a 'pioneer', but then took it back, calling him a legend.
His twin boys were very cute during the interview, and the goddesses said that 'all you can do is love them', and brought up how they respect each other the second time.
Sheen was honest about his drug use, and he also brought up his current battle with CBS, saying that he is going to sue.
In the evening’s best exchange, Canning said, “Your passion is coming off as erratic.” Sheen responded with what was the most poignant line of the night: “You borrow my brain for, like, five seconds and you’d be like, ‘Dude, can’t handle it — unplug this bastard!”
Check out the highlights of the interview below, and another highlight reel on YouTube (we will post the full interview as soon as it becomes available):