(NEW YORK) -- Charlie Sheen declared war on CBS and Warner Bros. during a new edition of his webcast, Sheen's Korner, on Tuesday night.
Sheen emphasized that point by opening his webcast with a shot of the famed book The Art of War by Sun Tzu. The shot transitioned into a montage of clips from films such as Young Frankenstein, Apocalypse Now, and A Few Good Men, with snippets of Sheen audio -- including him using his catchphrase "winning" -- dubbed over the video. The montage was set to The Doors' song "The End" -- which famously opened Apocalypse Now.
Wearing glasses and a Cincinnati Reds shirt, Sheen next appeared on-camera delivering a monologue that sounded scripted. Calling himself the "Malibu messiah," he proceeded to dismiss CBS president Les Moonves as "Less Than Moonves," telling him, "You gave me your word so in turn you gave me nothing."
He then gave a pass to Warner Bros. Television president Peter Roth and slammed Warner Bros. exec. Bruce Rosenblum before moving on to Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre, whom he described as a "little worm" and "Chuck E. Cheeseball."
Sheen told viewers he would extract his "tiger blood" for them to use -- a possible reference to a bottle of fruit juice labeled "Tiger Blood" that was seen on his desk before the webcast officially began. Sheen declared that "high treason has occurred," and said, "We must right this infantile wrong." He signed off by saying, "Stay tuned good soldiers, I'll see you very soon, on the battlefield."
This was Sheen's fourth webcast in four days. It ran about 10 minutes.
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