Charlie Sheen on GMA: I'm on a drug called Charlie Sheen, it will melt your face

Charlie Sheen talks to "20/20" in an interview airing March 1, 2011. ABC

Charlie Sheen on Good Morning America
Charlie Sheen described his party lifestyle as "epic" on "Good Morning America" on Feb. 28, 2011.
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(CBS) - Parents you might want to keep the kids away from the newest drug on the block. It's called Charlie Sheen and guess who's using it?

"I am on a drug, it's called Charlie Sheen," the 45-year-old actor told "Good Morning America" on Monday. "It's not available because if you try it you will die. Your face will melt off and your children will weep over your exploded body."

Right. It seems Sheen, the quote machine, is at it again. What else did the "Two and a Half Men" star have to say?

The interview with ABC News' Andrea Canning focused mainly on the comedian's history of drug use. When asked what it was like the last time he took drugs, Sheen replied, "I probably took more than anybody could survive." Really? "I was banging 7-gram rocks, and finishing them, because that's how I roll. I have one speed, I have one gear: go."

The allegedly now-sober actor admits that his party lifestyle was "epic."

"The run I was on made Sinatra, Flynn, Jagger, Richards, all of them look like droopy-eyed armless children." Sheen explained.

And how exactly is the thrice-married father of five able to survive all this? "Because I'm me. I'm different. I just have a different constitution, a different brain, a different heart, I've got tiger blood man."

Always with the tiger blood.

Perhaps Sheen's brain is just different from an average person's. "You borrow my brain for five seconds and just be like 'dude can't handle it, unplug this,'" he said in the interview. "Because it fires in a way that is, I don't know, maybe not from this terrestrial realm."

Sheen also mentioned his plans for a lawsuit against CBS Corporation. "I'm going to collect," he said. "They're going to lose in a courtroom, so I would recommend that they settle out of court."

Charlie has seemed a bit manic recently, hasn't he? When Canning suggested he might be bipolar, Sheen corrected her. "I'm bi-winning. I win here, I win there."

"If I'm bipolar, aren't there moments where the guy crashes?"

Yes, Charlie, yes there are.

A CBS Entertainment spokesperson declined to comment. CBS Entertainment and CBS News are owned by the same parent company.

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  • Bailey Johnson

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