Aiming further to make the best of the situation that brewed from his public meltdown, actor Charlie Sheen is now busy trying to trademark his catchphrases.

The catchprases that caught on during the TV star's stint in the controversy limelight that include Tiger Blood, Vatican Assassin, Rock Star From Mars, I'm Not Bi-Polar, I'm Bi-Winning, Violebnt Torperdo, and Duh, Winning, are already being sold in the form of T-shirts and other merchandise.

Charlie Sheen's legal team has reportedly filed documents with the United States Patent and Trademark Office to claim ownership of 22 of his catchphrases, which have also come to be dubbed as Sheen-isms in the media.

The scandalous star's spokesman, Larry Solters, said that the use of the trademarked catchphrases will be determined later.

The legal application from the California company called 'Hyro-gliff' also includes request for a trademark on Sheen's name and signature as well as his nicknames for his Sherman Oaks home called Sober Valley Lodge and his girlfriends whom he calls The Goddesses, according to Baltimore Sun.

Charlie Sheen is busy with his 'My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option' tour. Following the disastrous opener at the Fox Theatre, Chicago show Sunday night ended with a standing ovation from the Windy City crowd.