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Charlie Sheen and Jimmy Fallon Team-Up for New Cologne [VIDEO]

The once beleaguered actor was inadvertently plugging his forthcoming FX show, Anger Management

By: Sarah Bauder

Published: March 30th, 2012 in Culture » TV » News

Charlie Sheen and Jimmy Fallon Team-Up for New Cologne [VIDEO]
What do many formerly embattled celebrities do to show us regular folk that they are back on track? Launch a perfume or cologne -- Enter stage left, the king of formerly embattled celebrities, Mr. Charlie Sheen. Yet before the eye rolling commences, in this case it’s all in the name of parody.

Sheen rolled onto Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, and teamed up with the funnyman to do a mock ad for “Clone Cologne”(and an inadvertent plug for the forthcoming show debuting on June 28th, Anger Management), the latest fragrance for the discerning, hygiene conscious male. Clad in identical attire, Fallon does a spot-on impression of Sheen, whilst Sheen is completely self-effacing and, well, sane. Gone are the non compos metis days of “Tiger blood” and “winning”, in fact, Sheen goes so far as telling his clone-Fallon-self that the latter catch phrase “was from last year”.

It would appear that Sheen is back on saner shores, and doing the rounds to prove it. Over the past week, he has not only appeared on Fallon, but also popped on The Today Show to promote Anger Management. During the interview with Matt Lauer, Sheen admitted that he planned to "reintroduce myself to America and the media and say, 'Sorry about that; here's what's happening now.'"

Take a gander at the “Clone Cologne” ad below, with Fallon and Sheen.

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