Charlie Sheen Gets Show Back on Track in Denver After Being Heckled in Dallas (Video)
The actor jokes that he is grateful to be in Colorado and happy that it isn't Aspen, where he was arrested more than a year ago.
Charlie Sheen started his Denver show 45 minutes late Thursday night, but ticketholders didn't seem to mind, according to Denver TV station KUSA.
"The crowd inside seemed to be eating it up; they were enjoying the show, if that's how we want to describe it. I've never seen anything quite like it," Kirk Montgomery reported of Sheen's latest stop on his My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option tour.
However, the crowd did seem to be getting "a little restless" while waiting for the show to start. When Sheen arrived, he was wearing a Colorado Rockies jersey; it's become tradition for him to start his shows off wearing local sports team jerseys.
During the show, Sheen "did not have kind words for the cities of Detroit or Dallas," Montgomery reported, referring to his disastrous shows in Texas on Wednesday night and his first show in Michigan on April 2. Unlike in those two cities, Sheen wasn't booed in Denver and seemed to win over the crowd with his shtick.
During the show, he joked that he was grateful to be back in Colorado -- even more so that he wasn't in Aspen, where he was arrested in 2009 over allegations of domestic abuse against then-wife Brooke Mueller. He later pleaded guilty as part of a plea deal.
Sheen next hits San Francisco on Saturday night.