Charlie Sheen‘s My Violent Torpedo of Truth tour debuted in Detroit Saturday night to boos as theater-goers chanted “Refund” before walking out. Sheen changed the format for his second show, which took place last night in Chicago, opening with a poem about how much he hates Detroit. Then instead of being alone, he had an interviewer onstage to ask questions, which apparently kept the crowd entertained. At one point, when someone chanted, “Get naked,” Sheen took off his shirt and traded it for a shirt from a much larger guy in the audience. He then talked about his father’s bad career advice and read a letter from one of his “goddesses.” Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times wrote that the show was, “Not really a trainwreck, just a little bit sad and more than a little bit tedious,” which seems to have been a huge improvement over his show the night before. The audience afterwards admitted they had low expectations when they arrived for the show after reading the disastrous Detroit reviews.