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Charlie Sheen: My webcast was treason, but 'SNL' skit nailed it


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Say what you will about Charlie Sheen, but at least he still knows good TV when he sees it.

The bad boy actor yesterday acknowledged that his Saturday webcast, “Sheen’s Korner,” which he hosted from his home, was a ranting mess, tweeting that is was “treasonous to the movement. my bad.”

However, he had nothing but praise for the “Saturday Night Live” parody of his public meltdown and actor Bill Hader who spoofed him.

“It was pure genius because it was based on me,” Sheen, 45, texted The New York Post yesterday. “A GNARLINGTON, VA High-five to mr Hay D URR!!!!”

At almost the same time the SNL show aired, Sheen was hosting his 50-minute blabbering webcast, which opened with fart noises and featured one of his “goddesses” and two other friends.

Despite the disastrous performance, more than 100,000 people tuned in. And yesterday, the “Two and a Half Men” actor seemed to be promising his nearly 2 million Twitter followers that there would be a second act. “Video solution coming soon,” Sheen tweeted.

His reps didn’t return calls for comment.

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