Charlie Sheen dropped by "The Tonight Show" where he chimed in on the Lance Armstrong steroids controversy. He talked about meeting Armstrong once before, and remembered that the cyclist didn't impress him all that much. Sheen said he was "kind of a douche."
According to Sheen, when he walked up and introduced himself to Armstrong, the terse reply he got was, "That's nice." "Sorry to bother ya, Captain Bitchin'," Sheen said about the incident. "Whatever."
He later talked about his upcoming cameo in "Scary Movie 5," and how he helped pay Lindsay Lohan for her part as well. He explained that the producers offered him a set figure to appear in the film. But when they decided to also add Lohan, they said they'd give half of what they were offering him to her. He was fine with it, but then found out Lohan didn't get as much as they'd indicated she would.
"When I found this out, I said, you got shorted $100,000 so I gave it to her," he explained. But wouldn't that mean she wound up making more than him? Unless, perhaps, she was shorted $200,000 and he split the difference to keep the totals even.
"Scary Movie 5" is scheduled to premiere in theaters on April 12, 2013. Charlie Sheen can be seen on "Anger Management," Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. EST on FX. "The Tonight Show" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. EST on NBC.
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