The Charlie Sheen crazy train doesn't seem to be in danger of stopping any time soon! On the day that Sheen announced he was suing Warner Bros. and "Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre for $100 million, the actor posted a new video on FunnyOrDie.com entitled "Charlie Sheen's Winning Recipes."
Sporting a tiger-print chef's hat, Sheen hosts a cooking show at his home, Sober Valley Lodge, where he spouts a succession of the one-liners he's become famous for, while whipping up a meal fit for a ... well, you'll just have to see it for yourself.
"Here I come Food Network," Charlie says in the skit, where he refers to a spatula as "a cooking wand for a warlock" and a glass bowl as a "cauldron of awesomeness." As he proceeds to "cook" a meal, Sheen jokes that he grows his own veggies because his "finger tips radiate sunshine," that he waters his garden with "tears of a jaguar," and that he can cook steak with lasers shooting out of his eyes.
"Face it, I'm living the life of a rock star Vatican assassin and if you eat like me, you can be like me," says Sheen, all the while chain smoking more than a 1940s movie star.
Turns out Charlie had a little help from his friends when it came to making the slick video -- the script was written by former "Saturday Night Live" writer and producer Adam McKay, who runs FunnyOrDie.com with Chris Henchy and Mike Farah. "The skit was produced as a way to remind people he knows what everyone is thinking and he's in on it too," a production source told UsMagazine.com.
- Charlie Sheen
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