Is Charlie Sheen back to bi-winning? The crowd at the second performance of Sheen's "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option" tour in Chicago was much more engaged than the opening night crowd, which booed him off stage. Instead of the disorganized madness that characterized his first show in Detroit, Sheen used a talk-show format in Chicago with a friend joining him on stage. There was no opening act, video montage, or music as there was in Detroit. Instead, Sheen talked about his "goddesses," how much "marriage sucks," and opened a bag of personal belongings on stage, revealing a pocketknife and pain medications among its contents. Only a handful of people reportedly walked out of the 3,600-seat theater, which was roughly three-quarters full in the beginning. Sheen later tweeted, “I LOVE YOU CHICAGO! (the new Rock City!!!)"