Monday, March 7, 2011

Charlie Sheen?

"Oh, you know him?"
It seems like everywhere you turn these days people are talking about one thing and one thing only....Carlos Irwin Estevez. Yes, Emilio's little brother has finally taken his rightful place as the center of our pop culture universe. Some people might see his recent behavior as a entertaining train wreck, others might be enamored by his uncanny ability to say/do whatever the hell he wants (Ozzy Osbourne level drug use, dabbling in porn stars...hehe...the works) or what Sheen refers to as, his "Bi-Winning" lifestyle.

I thinks it's hilarious that people are barely catching onto Sheen's shenanigans these days. Dude's been doing crazy shit forever. Did everyone suddenly forget the 1990's? Either way, I say the evidence of Sheen's tiger blood has been there all along. Lets go back to 1986. This is the year that Charlie boy appears in the now classic film, Ferris Bueller's Day Off and in the criminally underrated teen comedic/drama, Lucas.

In Lucas, Sheen plays Cappie, the literal All-American captain of the football team who befriends the biggest geek in school, Lucas  (R.I.P. Corey Haim). Of course with so much tiger blood pumping through those veins it was inevitable that Cappie would wind up alone in the only secluded room on campus with his homeboy Lucas' love interest (that cute red headed girl from The Goonies). How long do you think it takes before he rips his shirt off and macks her down? NOT LONG FOLKS.....WINNING!

Then we come to Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Y'all know the drill. Sheen plays the part of "boy in police station," busted for....surprise surprise: DRUGS. Stoned out of his gourd, surrounded by cops and Ferris' uber hostile sister Jeanie, you can already tell from the image above the one thing on Sheen's mind. Thats tiger blood folks. He ends up WINNING with Jeanie after less than 5 mins.

It doesn't matter what he does, trying to be a goody two-shoes or snorting his own DNA (cocaine) off a dead hooker's ass, Mr. Charlie Sheen has and will always be about getting ladies and flat out WINNING.

25 comments:

  1. His brief appearance in Ferris Buellers Day Off is one of his best but what about Wraith where he was a vengeful dead guy.

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  2. I watched the latest interview with him, and I must say he's insane, but in a wierd way. Some of his words are actually clever. Anyway, it's his life, he can do everything with it.

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  3. I love him in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. I related to Jeanie's character and kinda swooned when they ended up making out in the police station. Hey now!

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  4. Lol he doesnt care. he is the man

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  5. Even back then Charlie Sheen was winning!!!

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  6. Eh, I think the media is looking too much into it. The guy's been winning, just leave him alone.

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  7. I've never seen Lucas, sounds pretty good. Sheen's recent quotes have definitely made him legendary status

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  8. I actually know a lot of people who is like the good charlie... it's nice to see them and hang around from time to time

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  9. As always mass media blows up a single guy's life a bit too far.

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  10. i feel like he's gonna die in a few years

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  11. he's bangin 7g rocks everyday... its just how he rolls ;P

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  12. Oh godz, I forgot about Lucas. My favorite bit about all this Sheen madness is this:
    http://preview.tinyurl.com/4fjxeam
    (John Stamos on if he is replacing Sheen on Two&1/2Men)

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  13. i didn't know him in that film :|

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  14. Charlie Sheen did enough coke to kill two and a half men.

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  15. Holy crap...I hadn't actually even realized that he was in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. I had never registered that it was him.

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  16. i heard of charlie sheen more than thousand times in a last week or so

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  17. charlie sheen is the talk of the town!

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  18. charlie sheen, has play in cool movies

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