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Charlie Sheen Tries to Trademark 22 Catchphrases

Walking tabloid Charlie Sheen has moved to trademark 22 of his now-legendary catchphrases including, “Duh, Winning,”“Vatican Assassin,”“Tiger Blood” and “Rock Star From Mars.”

Like we didn’t see that one coming. Since he was booted off hit TV show Two and a Half Men, Sheen has been down a bob or two – make that a whopping $2 million per episode. So what’s a boy to do? Eureka! Residual income.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, a California company called Hyro-gliff – which has affiliations with Sheen – has filed trademark applications “seeking protection for everything from bras, drinks, electronic games, candy and even gambling machines.”

THR reports that the trademark applications were filed between March 19-22 – a few weeks after he was booted off the TV show.

Hyro-gliff is also seeking to trademark Sheen’s name, signature, his “Sober Valley Lodge,” and lady friends, “Sheen’s Goddesses.”

Sheen’s spokesman, Larry Solters, says that if successful, any potential use of the trademarks will be determined at a later date.

Sheen’s top catchphrases:

I’ve got tiger blood

Adonis DNA

I am on a drug, It’s called Charlie Sheen

Duh, winning

I win here, i win there!

Rock star from mars


Sober Valley Lodge

Vatican Assassin

Meanwhile, Sheen has recorded a spoof version of his infamous 20/20 interview with Andrea Canning.

Dubbed Charlie Sheen: The Unedited Version, the video is made up of original footage from the interview, mixed with a slew of Sheen’s new responses to Canning’s questions.

Check it out below (warning, adult language):



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