Famous Faces Who Came to See Charlie Sheen's NYC Shows

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Plus, Sheen pays "Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre a compliment on stage.

A few boldfaced names were spotted at Charlie Sheen's New York City shows at Radio City Music Hall this weekend. (He was heckled at his first Big Apple show Friday, but received two standing ovations Sunday.)

The Real Housewives of New York star Kelly Bensimon told THR Friday from the audience: "It's obviously a publicity tour because he wants his show back, but I'm confused. I'm not a doctor, but I think he's playing us."

On Sunday, Sheen spotted Inside the Actors Studio host James Lipton in the crowd and called him onstage.

 Lipton asked Sheen what his favorite curse word was. "Either f--- or Denise," he replied, referring to his ex-wife Denise Richards. GALLERY: Photos from Charlie Sheen's Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour

"The show that he did was one of my best shows we've ever had," Lipton gushed to the New York Post after.

Former New York Mets baseball player Darryl Strawberry made an appearance on stage.

"We changed the format from s--t to great… whatever happens tonight is what we wanted to happen," Sheen announced on stage.

Sheen also had kind words to say about Men creator Chuck Lorre. "He doesn't completely suck," said Sheen, who also said he'd return to the CBS hit if they offered him his job back.

He also called former co-star Jon Cryer a rock star and apologized for calling him a troll.