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Charlie Sheen streamed live to the world on Saturday night in a new web series called "Sheen's Korner," and revealed that he's tattooed his catchphrase "winning" on his wrist for all posterity.
Appearing from his home with one of his goddesses, who he called "Napalm Nattie," along with entertainer Simon Rex and a man named Rick, Sheen spent an hour rambling about his various catchphrases, displaying photos of cats attacking dogs, and calling out people he said wanted to "be [him] forever," to audio accompaniments that included fart noises.
His list of people who want to "be [him]" included Nancy Grace and Dr. Drew Pinsky, while those he'd like to "be for ten minutes" included Colin Farrell and Sean Penn.
Wearing a fedora hat with a black t-shirt featuring a green dollar sign, he also raised a sippy cup to his children, calling his twin toddler sons, Bob and Max, who are almost two, "winning little champions." He also read a poem titled "The Big White Phone" which featured a picture of a toilet from his book of poems, called A Peace of My Mind.
At one point he described the recent past by saying that for the past two weeks he's been "cresting on a mercury surfboard, cresting on a tsunami towards 'them'!"
The Saturday night broadcast caught the eye of approximately 115,000 viewers toward the beginning of the broadcast, which steadily dropped to under 90,000 viewers by the end. Ustream is reporting that the broadcast has currently garnered a total of 1.2 million views and is still growing.
Watch the archived show here.