Charlie Sheen was bluntly asked if everything, from his demeanor to his conduct, was all an act.
It's not. And he's aware of how people view him.
Like a dang crazy person.
"It's not an act. Here's the good news: If I realize that I'm insane, then I'm okay with it. I'm not dangerous insane."
Not being dangerous is a relief, but, being insane isn't.
What's even more worrisome is that the insanity is making him believe in things like "addiction is crap" and "that people can have tiger's blood."
"I'm not interested in addiction, disease, all that crap. Twenty years they took from me. I just decided that I was going to think differently, that I was not going to believe anything I'd been taught."
It IS nice to see him talking about coming to the realization that he should spend more time with his kids, yet, on the other hand we're not sure we'd want them being influenced by a warlock.
On his kids:
"There's a feeling … that I haven't spent enough time with them, and they're getting older," he says. "Not the boys, but the girls. But rather than sitting here and going, 'What have I done?' I just change it."
While we love the hilariously odd things you say, Sheenie, at some point enough is enough and you should reel it in and make sure you don't lose your kids for good and any chance of returning to work someday!