CHICAGO (AP) -- Charlie Sheen has changed up the format for his 20-city road show after bombing in Detroit.
And this time, his show in Chicago began and ended with a standing ovation.
Sheen used a master of ceremonies who asked the former "Two and a Half Men" star questions during Sunday night's performance in Chicago. Sheen ditched the rapper, the long monologue and the videos that were part of the Detroit show that had people leaving in droves Saturday night.
Audience members said the second performance on Sheen's "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is not an Option" tour wasn't stellar, but it at least had some amusing moments.
The crowd at the 3,600-seat Chicago Theatre stayed for the entire performance and continued to cheer Sheen throughout.