Sheen Calls Philly Radio Station — Twice

The stunt that made Philly the center of the pop culture universe

Charlie Sheen kept his promise Friday morning, calling back the Philadelphia radio station that hooked him with a clever stunt the day before.

"I love you all violently," Sheen told Wired 96.5's morning crew during another entertaining, live interview chock full of Sheenisms as Charlie answered questions about his current controversy and enlightened listeners about why he's hooking up and shacking up with The Goddesses.

"They boil my tigerblood like a microwave on meth," Sheen said. "I'm 0-for-3 in the marriage department, so I'm gonna try this for a bit."

On the professional front, Sheen expects to be back on his hit show, Two and a Half Men, very soon.


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"It just feels like the worm is turning," he said, explaining that the other parties involved were beginning to understand his point of view and that something good will happen soon. "The hot spring in middle earth is ready to explode outward."

Sheen talked about his record-breaking success on Twitter, #teamsheen's plans to make a bunch of money off his instant online success and his cosmic, "extragallactic" affection for Philly.

"I will call you until you won't take my call," he said.

"This was one of my highlights of my career, if not the highlight, was talking to the No. 1 person in pop culture in America right now," said morning host Chio Acosta.

"There's no one hotter. President Obama wouldn't be hotter."

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