Charlie Sheen: boos and applause in New York

It wasn’t exactly Detroit, but it wasn’t Cleveland either.

Wearing a New York Yankees hat and shirt, Sheen was welcomed by a semi-standing ovation when he came on stage.

Despite being supportive of the actor in the beginning, the audience started booing him when he said he had quit drugs.

Perhaps one moment that is worth mentioning is the fact that Sheen invited Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre to his next performance, making it clear he wants to return.

“(Let’s) work this s**t out.Of course, I want my job back so you guys can keep watching the best f-cking sitcom in the world,” he told the crowd.

As he went through his Q&A session, the audience kept jeering and security had to throw out a few noisy hecklers. But many still remained.

The show gradually devolved into an incoherent monologue in which the actor described how he once “performed CPR on a model in a heroin coma,” complained about the night he wrecked The Plaza suite, saying he just wanted to retrieve his wallet and “$173,000 watch” from a chick hiding in the bathroom, and taking on Oliver Stone saying, “I’ll buy an Academy Award from Oliver Stone ’cause he’s now broke. His movies now suck! Anyone seen Wall Street 2?”

In the end, the show ended 30 minutes prior to its original schedule, to a mixture of boos and cheers.