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Charlie Sheen on 'The Dan Patrick Show': "This Could Be My Final Interview"

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Mar. 9 2011, Published 8:26 a.m. ET

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Charlie Sheen may be putting an end to his media bender very soon. The 45-year-old actor returned do The Dan Patrick Show today, three weeks after his initial visit where he talked baseball and complained about being ready to return to Two and a Half Men, to no avail. Now he has been fired from the show, opened a Twitter account, introduced his goddesses to the world, been entangled in a custody battle and has captivated the American public with catch phrases like "Winning" and "Tiger Blood." But is it all about to end?

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Charlie shared with host Dan Patrick that he is upset by the way he is portrayed in the media.

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"This could be my final interview, it's kind of symbolic ... this is where it all began and where it all ends," Charlie said via Radar Online.

Why is he done with the media?

"All they do is glad-hand me to get into my home and then they vilify me in their narrative speak," he said. "I mean do they teach this stuff in broadcasting school, to have this oozing, judgmental tone when they describe you in their horrible, troll-like voiceovers?"

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He also slammed reporters for pretending to have concern for him, explaining, "at the end of the day it's all about ratings, it's about commerce," adding that they "act concerned but their behavior is completely the opposite ... it makes me a little bitter."

Wonder if Charlie has ever heard the saying, "Don't bite the hand that feeds you." He is the one always ranting about business and ratings!

Stay tuned for more highlights from Charlie's "final" interview where he dishes more on Two and a Half Men, his replacement possibilities and the future.

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