CLEVELAND - After getting booed by crowds at his show in Detroit, Charlie Sheen has brought his “Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour to Cleveland.
The former “Two and a Half Men” star was slated to begin his show at the State Theatre Tuesday at 8 p.m. Ticket prices ranged from $50 to $100.
NewsChannel5’s John Kosich went to see the show.
10 p.m.: Sheen said it's time for a "Major League 3" and he wants to shoot it in Cleveland.
9:48 p.m.: Sheen told the crowd he loved his food last night from Hot Sauce Williams.
9:40 p.m.: Sheen told the audience he wants to go back to "Two and a Half Men" and urged the audience to write. He said won't be back on the show unless he apologizes, which he said he won't do.
9:35 p.m.: As the Q and A continues in second half, the topic strays from drugs and sex. That's when the heckling and shouts from the audience increase. Charlie just quieted them by bringing out the "goddesses" for a cameo appearance and tells the story of the 7-gram rock.
9:18 p.m.: The second half starts with a very funny video in which Sheen re-cuts his 20\20 interview to include even more off the wall responses to the questions.
8:57 p.m.: Sheen takes a 10-minute intermission after 45 minutes of question and answer that covered everything including Charlie's custody battle with wife number two over a dog.
8:56 p.m.: Charlie Sheen takes off his shirt in the middle of his show.
8:46 p.m.: Charlie Sheen on his marriages turning sour, he said "It's got to be the way you guys feel about LeBron James."
8:45 p.m.: Charlie Sheen on being drunk once in Mexico: "My little bit in the bag is the rest of your little bit in a body bag."
8:41 p.m.: The question and answer session is taking audiences through the origins of "Sheenisms," like "Duh, winning" and torpedoes.
8:33 p.m.: The crowd just broke into chant of "F*** Detroit." Sheen said the good thing about that show is without it, he wouldn't have this show tonight.
8:32 p.m.: The show is starting with questions to Charlie from a guy on stage with him. Charlie just lit a cigarette.
8:31 p.m.: After the Detroit show, they got it back to basics and added the moderator. Charlie said the show is now "gold."
8:17 p.m.: Charlie Sheen takes the stage of the State Theater to standing ovation, wearing an Indians jersey.
8:08 p.m.: The audience is still waiting for curtain to go up. The house is packed with people, primarily ages 20 through 40.
7:54 p.m.: Despite the crowds' disappointment in other cities, Clevelanders still came out to see Charlie Sheen, who has been sporting Cleveland Indians gear during a lot of recent appearances.
7:45 p.m.: Featured drinks on the menu: “Tiger Blood,” Absolut Vodka, Rose’s Infusions Pomegranate Twist Mix and Sprite. “The Warlock,” Jameson Irish Whiskey and ginger ale. “Winning!” Canadian Club Whiskey and Coke. All priced at $5.50.
7:32 p.m.: Among the items for sale inside the State Theatre are programs for $20, women’s T-shirts that say “Goddess” for $35, a “Sheenius” T-shirt for $30 and “Winning T-shirts for $35.
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