Following news that Warner Bros. Television had fired him from "Two and a Half Men," Charlie Sheen went on his web cast to tell the people, "Winner, winner chicken dinner. I don’t think so. Winner, winner Sheen dinner."
"We are in the middle of a movement here," he said Monday on his Ustream show he titled Sheen's Korner: Torpedoes of Truth Part 2, "an odyssey of epic proportions, epic, epic proportions."
The web cast included the actor taking a call from his friend Bob, telling him, "People need to hear my gold as it rolls out, not as it’s disappearing, disappearing like so many freakin’ magician’s rabbits."
He added later, "It’s radical and the people are doing exactly what they should be doing, which is watching ME and listening to you because we have all the answers. We have all the gold. We have all the solutions, Bob."
In another rant within the show, Sheen said he planned to write a book and roll out an infomercial for his poetry book A Piece of My Mind. "I’m going to reach out to [the founder of Amazon.] I think we should do my book. Incidentally the title, the best title of all time, Apocalypse Me: The Jaws of Life."
Throughout the show, Sheen keeps yelling because people are calling in. At one point he says, "Don’t they know we’re in the cyber pocket of greatness?"
On Monday, Warner Brothers released the following statement regarding the actor, saying, "After careful consideration, Warner Bros. Television has terminated Charlie Sheen’s services on 'Two and a Half Men' effective immediately."