Because it was so boring! The Hollywood Reporter called it "cable access at its worse." At one point, Sheen openly admitted: "Now what? We're out of material." And Twitter hated on it too: "Thanks to Charlie Sheen for showing the importance of interviewers, producers and editors in painful real time tonight," said @cdhook.
Barring some insane new development, "Sheen's Korner" marks the beginning of the end of our national obsession with Sheen's breakdown. Its momentum, Internet-driven as it is, requires a constant churn of new catchphrases and meme-fodder. In an entire hour of "Sheen's Korner," not one new thing came out of Sheen. The most notable moment was when Sheen unveiled a "WINNING" tattoo, and probably the funniest thing he said was about the old funny things he's said: "There's been a lot of wordsmithing that has fallen gracefully from this beautiful hole. It has caught on like an absolute global wildfire."
As of Sunday morning, "Charlie Sheen's Beautiful Hole" is not a Twitter trending topic. Thankfully.
Update: Sheen has tweeted a mea culpa, of sorts, for his horrendous webcast:
last night was treasonous to the movement.
my bad. a video solution coming soon.