After Charlie Sheen's "Torpedo of Truth" tour bombed in Detroit on Saturday, the tenacious self-proclaimed "winner" got right back on the saddle for his second show in Chicago, garnering mixed reviews.
"I think it's going pretty good," said Charlie after Sunday's show. "I think the whole thing's an evolution. We'll see how it goes. That's the beauty of performance art."
In spite of the poor reviews that came out of Michigan, Charlie's fans still came out in droves to support the former "Two and a Half Men" star.
"Truthfully, I don't really care," Nancy Amesquita said of the negative critiques. "I'm going to go in. I'm going to see it for myself. I'm hoping that it's good."
No one could argue with Nancy's claim to being a real fan when she showed up wearing a tiger suit.
"The first half was a little slow and then by the second half - he had an intermission - second half it got better," said Kelly, a grad student who saw the show with her friend, fellow grad student Meredith. "He was a little awkward in the beginning and then he kind of let go and let loose and it got good at the end."
Evidently, part of his warming up process involved trading shirts with an audience member.
"He definitely looked skinny to me but he took his shirt off and the chest looked good," said audience member Angie Franchi. "I did not hear any booing. I heard a lot of laughing. I heard a lot of clapping, and I saw Charlie Sheen laughing and really appreciating the love we were giving him tonight."
Charlie tweeted his appreciation following the show, writing, "I love you Chicago! (the new Rock City!!!)."
Charlie's next tour date is April 5 in Cleveland where he can be seen at the Playhouse Square Center.