The actor was in the company of a small group of people, mainly sharing his views on a variety of topics and people.
Sheen's webcast, "Sheen's Korner," came with bizarre ramblings and angry rants, with one against Alcoholics Anonymous.
"They say let go of your resentments. I say hang on to those resentments. Let them be the rocket fuel that lives at the tip of your saber," said Sheen.
It was a mix of segments including a small group of friends and one of his porn star girlfriends.
During the hour-long show, Sheen promoted products, talked about people he'd like to be and slammed those he doesn't like, such as his homeowners association.
He read from his book of published poetry and showed off a new tattoo of his slogan, "winning."
Sheen said the show could return on a daily or weekly basis based on fan reaction. If the numbers are any sign, it may be a tough sell.
After 45 minutes viewers dropped to 92,000 and most of those who took to Twitter ripped it apart.
Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Police Department says it has not launched an investigation of Sheen for alleged threats he made to his estranged wife, Brooke Mueller.
Mueller claims he vowed to decapitate her and send her severed head to her mother.
She filed the statements in court, but the LAPD says they can only launch a probe if Mueller files a complaint, which she has not done as of Friday.
Sheen has previously pleaded no contest twice on domestic charges.
Attorney Gloria Allred represented one of the victims and said the LAPD needs to step in.
"Sometimes wives and mothers of children are reluctant to file that police report, there are many reasons they are reluctant to do so," Allred said. "I haven't spoken to Brooke about her reasons."
Sheen has continued to be in the media spotlight.
The actor is now getting support from Sean Penn for his plan to visit Haiti.
Sheen said this week he would like to bring attention back to the earthquake victims and Penn says his passion could be of great service.
The date for such a trip has not yet been announced.