Transcript for Charlie Sheen on 'Anger Management,' New Film
Thank you very much. This is exciting. The rest of the day must feel like a yawn. It's on now. It's an exciting morning. "Anger management" the last time we were on the show. I had started it? You were about to debut. After the first 10 aired, 90 more were ordered. It was a huge hit. They like us. Are you surprised by the success you had. You're the highest-comedy show on cable. Was I surprised by that? To come out of what I came out of, and to have this opportunity is incredible. Season two debuts this week. You play an anger management therapist. There's a hole on our set. I couldn't get a line. I was frustrated. And the only damage to our set is done by the therapist. Really? Huh. It's a good shot. So, still dealing with your own anger management. It's good to get that stuff out. Not towards people. No. Not towards people. That's right. That's a good thing. We have a clip here of the second season. Let's look at it. Keep your eyes open for the broken door on the set. Charlie, I'm really proud of you. I'm proud of you, too. For what? Going with me. Oh, no. I am taking a trip to anger trigger city. I'm going to need backup. I hate baby showers. I hate babies. They have no concepts of my importance. Charles swan iii. That was selma blair, by the way. She's up right now. And having a great time with your colleagues. I am. Most fun I've had in showbiz. And you're back on the big screen, playing another man named charles. It's the final charlie role, I promise. He's having a tough time. It's about love lost and why that happens. And the mystery behind it. And there's a lot of things i could relate to. Was it good to get back on the big screen? It was. It was an opportunity to play a character and not have to squeeze it into 22 minutes. Right. It was good. I hope people are receptive of it. And you had that after what we'll call it a meltdown, to get back on the big screen. Some people came to know me. Get back to basics. Let's look at a clip from it. We're outnumbered. Really on a warpath. Well, pardner, you can dig a hole and crawl into it. Or you can face them like a man. Are you a man? Of course I am. Show me. We should -- this is a dream sequence of the movie with bill murray. Bill's amazing. Funny stuff. It was. You learned spanish for the movie. I don't know if I learned it. I learned that scene. In that scene, I had a -- that's spanglish, right? I use an ear piece. You're about to become a grandfather. I know. It's hard to believe. The gray hairs sprouting, right? Are you excited about that? I'm very excited. It's one of the things that you think about. And it happens. It's going to happen. And it's got to be somebody else's life. It's too cool. I've been getting questions on my twitter that people would like to know what advice you would give your new grandchild about man managing the potholes of life. Drive a nice car. Drive a nice car. Yeah. Sorry. When we spoke last time, you said that you had stopped doing drugs. Yes, I have, yes. You were still enjoying a daily tumbler of vodka. I don't know about a daily one. No more vodka for breakfast. It's happy hour somewhere, usually, right? I'm getting it all back together. Yeah. You look like you are. Thank you. I feel good. That's great. Excited. That's great. And congratulations on your success.
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