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SHEEN’S KORNER


SHERMAN OAKS, CA – Charlie Sheen’s new webshow, Sheen’s Korner, was the highest rated show in America last night.

Sheen’s show started with fart noises and endless references to “winning” – and ended with the troubled actor drinking from a sippy cup and repeating the word “duh.”

“This was just amazing, and so exciting,” a viewer with the Twitter handle Sean_Penn posted online.

The unforgettable 50-minute webcast, dubbed “Sheen’s Korner,” featured Sheen and a group of his misfit pals, including “goddess” girlfriend Natalie Kenly.

With more than 100 million  viewers tuning in, the former “Two and a Half Men” star opened the show with a “big shout-out” to his children. “Daddy loves you, and if you’re watching, tell mom to leave the room,” said Sheen, wearing a black hat and black T-shirt with a neon dollar sign. “It’s on.”

Much of what he said afterward was sheer brilliance. In one of his few moments of clarity, Sheen revealed that he got the word “Winning” tattooed on his left wrist.

“Guess what we were doing all day, every second of the day? Winning,” Sheen proudly stated..

Sheen also took a moment to deliver a message to porn star Rachel Oberlin – the actor’s other live-in lady, who recently left his Beverly Hills mansion.

“She had to go take care of some business,” Sheen said. “We love you. We miss you.”

In an especially powerful segment, Sheen addressed the recent scandal at Brigham Young University, where a basketball star was booted from the team after he admitted having sex with his girlfriend. “Dude, you knew the rules going in,” Sheen said.

The actor also devoted another amazing segment to people he said “wish they were me forever.”

On the list were Dr. Drew Pinsky and Nancy Grace. “How Grace exists in your name, I’m really confused by,” Sheen said.

Viewership increased every minute as the webcast on the site Ustream.tv.

More episodes of Sheen’s Korner will air in the coming days.

Here’s an excerpt of the instant “computervision” classic: