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Charlie Sheen in 20/20 interview: "I'm not normal"

Charlie Sheen in 20/20 interview: "I'm not normal"
Charlie Sheen talks to "20/20" in an interview on March 1, 2011. ABC


(CBS) - Charlie Sheen discussed his polyamorous living situation, his children and the cancellation of his CBS show "Two and a Half Men" on ABC's "20/20" Tuesday.

Pictures: Charlie Sheen's Goddesses

"They can't process me because it doesn't make sense because I'm not normal and they're normal," Sheen said on the program.

Sheen's two live-in girlfriends, Natalie Kenly, a graphic designer and Rachel Oberlin, a porn star, whom he refers to as his "goddesses" also appeared on the program.

The troubled actor allowed ABC's cameras into his house this past weekend, where Sheen talked about the public's perception of him.

The actor wasn't shy about his love for porn stars.

"You already know what you're getting before you meet them," he said.

Sheen blamed the sleeping medication Ambien for his breakdown in New York last October, which resulted in the NYPD being called to the Plaza hotel, and admitted to being an insomniac.

Sheen has threatened to sue CBS and Warner Brothers Television over the cancellation of the last eight episodes of this season of "Two-and-a-Half men." 

On Tuesday, CBS President and CEO Les Moonves said Sheen has been "on the air quite a bit these days," adding, "I wish he would have worked this hard to promote himself for an Emmy."

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