It couldn't get any worse, we suppose.
We half expected Charlie Sheen to throw in the tiger blood-stained towel after the disastrous opening night he had in Detroit with his tour of "truth", but much to our surprise, he showed up in Chicago last night, unfazed and ready to wow his audience. According to reports - he wasn't half-bad.
With a revamped show and a better attitude, Charlie made it through his entire schtick without anyone booing him off stage. Reportedly, Charlie cut back on the amount of video clips he used and spent more time vamping with the audience, telling more anecdotes about his life and having a Q&A with the audience via an interviewer. At one point, Charlie asked the crowd "not to become f*cking Detroit" and thus, a chant of "Detroit sucks" broke out in the Chicago Theatre.
Among the topics Charlie covered were smoking weed with his pal, Chris Penn, and his return to Two and a Half Men, which he admitted he was game for, but that those "blood suckers" wouldn't give him the time of day. Then, Charlie added this gem to the ever-expanding book of Sheenisms:
When asked by a fan why he felt the need to pay for sex via his goddesses, Charlie, without missing a beat mind you, replied:
“Because I had millions to blow; I ran out of things to buy.”
So that's what you get the man who has everything! Makes sense, we guess.
He's 1-1 right now. Let's see how he fares in Ohio! Next stop, Cleveland!
[Image via WENN.]
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