It's a jaw-dropping family portrait of Charlie Sheen with his twin sons and both his girlfriends.
During an interview on Good Morning America, Sheen kissed both girls and said, "Look at these two, wow!"
Good Morning America's Andrea Canning asked, "What do you love about these two?"
"What's not to love? Everything. Every cell. Every memory. Every future. All of it," replied Sheen.
Good Morning America and tonight's 20/20 were given the most intimate look yet inside the strange world of Charlie Sheen.
So who are these women, who Sheen calls his goddesses, that are caring for the twin sons he shares with ex-wife Brooke Mueller?
Natalie Kenly is a former cover model for a pot enthusiast magazine, and Rachel Oberlin is a porn star.
Canning asked the women, "Is this like a family for you?
"Absolutely," said Kenly.
"Yeah, we all love and care about each other. So we all have our own connections with one another," said Oberlin.
"It all seems crazy to everybody else, but I mean, it works well for us," said Kenly.
Meanwhile, reaction to his latest media blitz is pouring in and it's just about all negative.
"No Buts... He's Nuts!" blared the New York Daily News. "Bad Boy Goes Berserk," said the New York Post.
And Sheen called in to Howard Stern this morning. He said Mel Gibson, who's dealing with his own troubles, reached out to support him.
"Is it true that Mel Gibson called you to show support?" asked Stern.
Sheen said, "Of course he did. Mel's a rock star! I love him!"
Just when you thought it couldn't get any stranger, Sheen is now attacking actor John Stamos, after reports surfaced that Stamos was being considering to take Sheen's place on Two and a Half Men.
Sheen said on Piers Morgan Tonight, "I hear stories about they're going to hire John Stamos. It's like, you guys do that, you deserve everything that happens later, you know?"
Sheen even lashed out at co-stars John Cryer and Angus Jones when Morgan asked, "What about your co-stars. Have you talked to any of them?"
"I have not because I don't feel like there's any real support there. No one has issued a statement, made a phone call. I got a couple of angry texts. Whatever, I ignore that," said Sheen.
Addiction expert Kristina Wandzilak told INSIDE EDITION's Paul Boyd, "If he is not under the influence, he's certainly having some mental health issues."
Wandzilak said that on-camera drug test Charlie Sheen passed doesn't mean a thing.
"All a clean drug test shows is that I haven't used for 72 hours and that's it. A clean drug test does not mean that I am well. Does not mean that I am fit to work. It does not mean that I am a fit parent," said Wandzilak.
Boyd asked, "How concerned are you knowing that those two young children are in this environment?"
"I'm very concerned. It physically hurts my stomach to watch those children being around that behavior, around that smoking. It's so inappropriate," said Wandzilak.
But Sheen says he doesn't worry about the example he's setting for his kids at all.
"Do you ever worry about them and the things that you've been through and how it will affect them?" Canning asked Sheen.
Sheen said, "I mean, I could worry about it, or I could say 'Hey kids, your dad's a rock star. Look at his experiences. Look at what he survived. Bang!"