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Sheen jokes at Ryan Mallett's expense
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Sheen jokes at Ryan Mallett's expense

Published Mar. 8, 2011 12:00 a.m. ET

Actor Charlie Sheen, in what he described could be his final media interview, called FOX Sports Radio's "The Dan Patrick Show" on Wednesday and opened with a sarcastic drug reference at the expense of former Arkansas quarterback and NFL hopeful Ryan Mallett

Following up on an earlier Patrick interview on Wednesday with Mallett, Sheen told Patrick that the quarterback left some property behind at the actor’s so-called “Sober Valley Ranch.”

“Hey, can you call Ryan Mallett back and tell him that he left his bong, he left his herb, his sensimilla, he left it all at my house,” Sheen said with laugh, “and I’m like, ‘I’m drug-free – come get this stuff, young man!’”

Responded Patrick: “He’s drug-free, too.”


Sheen answered: “Yeah, I know. It was a big joke. Yeah, yeah yeah … c’mon.”

Sheen called in three weeks after joining Patrick’s show for the first time.

“This could be my final interview,” Sheen said. “This is where it all began and where it all ends.”

Sheen told Patrick that he is not happy with how other shows are treating him. “Why? All they do is glad-hand me to get into my home, then they vilify me,” Sheen said.

The actor said he is partly happy to be done with “Two and a Half Men” because it frees him to pursue something more creative than what he said is a “slag pit of redundancy.”

He disputed rumors that he had drugs or alcohol on the set of the show, and told Patrick he approves of either John Stamos or Rob Lowe as his possible replacements if the show continues.


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