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"It's on me," Sheen replied. "I re-entered an arena and I expected something else. I had an expectation and the result was not something I thought it would be, and that's on me. Whatever. Life goes on."
Alas, Sheen seems far more satisfied with one of the two dueling interviews.
"Jeff Rossen"--the NBC News correspondent who interviewed him for "Today"--"is a rock star. That interview was pure gold. The other one" -- set to air in full on ABC's "20/20" Tuesday night -- "the snippets I've seen seem a little slanted," said Sheen. "Maybe I just won't even watch it, because it just upsets me when I see this stuff."
You can watch an excerpt from the Jeff Rossen NBC interview below:
ABC News was already "apoplectic" that Sheen turned around and gave an interview to NBC after promising them exclusivity. These latest remarks seem like salt in the wound.
- Jeff Rossen
- Good Morning America
- Charlie Sheen
- Today Show
- NBC News