updated 04/04/2011 AT 7:00 AM ET
•originally published 04/04/2011 AT 8:30 AM ET
Depending on who you asked, Charlie Sheen either “brought his A-game” or “sucked” during the second stop of his My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option live-show tour in Chicago on Sunday.
In either case, the crowd was a lot more welcoming than the disastrous Detroit show the night before. This time, only a handful of people walked out of the 3,600-seat Chicago Theatre, which was about three-quarters full, and few if any shouts of “refund!” could be heard.
And, as Sheen himself Tweeted: “TOOK ONE NIGHT BUT HE IS #winning. Yet again.”
Though by no means an overwhelming success, the performance was quite a turnaround from the kickoff show in the Motor City, which critics widely panned and the crowd met with boos, shouts of “refund” and mass walk-outs.