But first an update from his TV tour. It's better than cereal:
From Monsters & Critics: "Troubled actor Charlie Sheen has won the support of Mel Gibson, he claimed last night (Mon). The Two And A Half Men star, who has shocked fans with a series of bizarre TV appearances, told CNN's Piers Morgan that Gibson had called him to offer his backing. "He's a stone cold dude," Sheen said of Gibson on the talk show. "Sean Penn was over [at my house] the other night and we had a few laughs," he added. Sheen, 45, again claimed to be sober as he appeared live on Piers Morgan Tonight. It comes after CBS and Warner Bros, the makers of Two And A Half Men, announced they were axing the current season due to "the totality of Charlie Sheen's statements, conduct and condition." Sheen was earning $1.25 million USD an episode of the sitcom, making him the highest paid actor on American television. "I'm super-bitchin' [and] I don't believe myself to be an addict," he told Morgan. Morgan, meanwhile, branded Sheen 'the Che Guevara of television' and "one of life's great characters." "I don't think you sound that crazy at all," he added. Sheen also hit out again at Alcoholics Anonymous, saying that to join "you gotta [sic] sit in a room and be all lame. I'm a winner and they look like losers."