'I don't cook food, I will it'

There comes a point in any celebrity pile on that one has to question the motives for carrying on. This is usually because the celebrity involved has a serious mental problems: Britney Spears and David Hasselhoff spring to mind. So now that we’ve got to the point at which we’re not entirely sure what the story surrounding Charlie Sheen is – other than outrageous outbursts and a snappy turn of phrase – why are we covering his private life?

Sheen is now suing Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre – the creator of Two And A Half Men – for $100million damages related to the loss of earnings suffered by him and the show’s crew, and has shown further signs of cracking up. He even admitted in an interview that: ‘I'm really starting to lose my mind. I'm ready to call anyone to help. I'm really trying to contain myself right now. My lawyer wants to come over to my house and take the bullets out of my gun.’

Despite that, you can see why Sheen was paid so well to star in the show: he’s a real comic talent. Just take a look at this clip from ‘Charlie’s Winning Recipes’, in which he makes his bid to star on the Food Network. In it he shows you how to cook and eat, and peppers you with classic one-liners like ‘I don’t cook food, I will it’. It’s genuinely laugh out loud funny. Finger crossed he doesn’t go mad with that machete, eh?

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