Charlie Sheen Hits Major League Home Run Performing in Cleveland
Charlie Sheen may have struck out in Detroit, and was a hit right afterwards in Chicago, but there was no denying tonight’s performance in Cleveland was a home run. The Major League star won over the hometown audience right from the start when he walked onto the stage of the State Theater in a Cleveland Indians jersey.
That was the first of Sheen’s standing ovations. Not long after, however, an audience member yelled out, “Where’s your coke?” to which Sheen shot back, “In your pocket.” When another person in the crowd heckled, Sheen responded, “Leave, I already got your money!”
Like the Chicago show, Sheen took questions from a moderator as well as from the audience, and touched on such subjects as his life, career and marriages. He even explained some of his “Sheenisms,” like, “Duh, winning.”
About his marriages, Sheen joked, “It’s got to be the way you guys feel about LeBron James.” He even touched on his childhood stuttering problem: “Stuttering taught me how to listen, which we all have forgotten about.” Sheen also admitted he wanted to return to “Two and a Half Men,” but said he won’t apologize to the powers that be. Joking about his unemployed status, Sheen cracked, “I should move here. Is anyone hiring?”
And like his entrance with an Indians jersey, Sheen ended the show – to giant applause – by putting on an Indians baseball cap. He declared, “F**k Milwaukee! We are filming Major League 3 here. Cleveland do you feel like you are winning?” Walking offstage to a standing ovation, Sheen told the audience, “I love you all! Goodnight!” Below is a clip of Sheen talking about marriage. Do you want to see his show?