Charlie Sheen Praises Brian Wilson in Unhinged Radio Rant

'Vatican assasin warlock' Charlie Sheen
We wrote earlier this week about a totally awesome play date that took place at bad-boy actor Charlie Sheen's house with San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson and some other baseball greats.

Well, some more information on the bromance between these two celebrities emerged yesterday, when Sheen gave a long, strange interview on the Alex Jones Show. His statements on air assailing the creator of his hit television series, "Two and a Half Men," caused CBS and Warner Bros. Television to announce that they were canceling production of the show for the rest of the season.

In one of the more logical patches of his Colonel Kurtz-like ramblings, Sheen praised Wilson as "radical" and bestowed upon him the title of "Vatican assassin" -- apparently a term he applies to his buddies.

"We are high priest Vatican assassin warlocks," he said.

"It is his job to go out there and embarrass people," Sheen said of Wilson. "Embarrass them. Not just beat them but embarrass them in the process. And he's as radical as you think he might be."

Sheen also addressed larger themes in the broadcast.

"Look what I'm dealing with, man," he said at one point. "I'm dealing with fools and trolls. I'm dealing with soft targets. It's just strafing runs in my underwear before my first cup of coffee because I don't have time for these clowns... they lay down with their ugly wives in front of their ugly children and look at their loser lives and look at me and say, 'I can't process it.'

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Perhaps they could bring in Sandy Duncan like on the "Dead Valerie Harper" Show in the Eighties.

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