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Charlie Sheen and his papi Martin have teamed up for a spoof promo for his upcoming roast special on Comedy Central. The one-minute video makes fun of Apocalypse Now, the iconic 1979 Vietnam film that the elder Sheen starred in. The hilarious spoof features the 46-year-old actor reenacting the first scene of the film, but then pans out to reveal Charlie in a Jacuzzi beside two bikini-clad blondes before his father interrupts the mood and calls him inside saying, "Some things never change."

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Sheen’s bizarre antics were the subject of a media frenzy earlier this year, which we are sure will provide for rich material for the Roast of Charlie Sheen. This past March, Sheen was fired from his hit CBS show, Two and a Half Men, in which he played a pleasure-seeking bachelor and jingle writer after having what appeared to be a drug fueled breakdown. The roast special will air at 10 p.m. next Monday on Comedy Central.

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All we have to say is, it does seem crazy to make fun of what seemed at points to be a self-destructive downward spiral for the younger Sheen, but hey — anything for a laugh, right?