Charlie Sheen continued his media craziness tour by giving dueling "exclusive" interviews to NBC and ABC that ran on the networks' morning shows today. In the interviews, the "Two and a Half Men" star announced plans to sue CBS for $3 million per episode (his $2 million per up salary plus his cut of syndication money), called himself a "rock star," suggested CBS had messed with a "warlock," and said all the usual things that he's been saying since this mess started.

Sheen took a drug test for ABC that showed he was drug-free for at least the previous 72 hours, but he doesn't seem particularly stable in these clips.

Here's Sheen on "Today": 

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And here's Sheen on "GMA":