Charlie Sheen's Violent Torpedo of Truth has officially morphed into a Benign Paddle Boat of Stories.
That much has been made clear after Sheen's most recent Radio City appearance, which sparked more boos, yelling, and walk-outs from the angry crowd. We know now that, despite Sheen's apparent "retooling," the show still amounts to a rambling hour of self-aggrandizing stories, half-baked video montages, and lazy audience interaction.
So why are people still coming? Unlike other publicized trainwrecks, this one possesses no $65 million-dollar aerialist acrobatics or U2 songs. Nor does it feature celebrity guests, concert performances, or a sense of excitement like Conan's recent tour-in-the-name-of-rebellion.
"I guess I just wanted to go in, see him be crazy, and leave," said a woman visiting New York from California. She had arrived at Radio City forty minutes into the show and was in the process of trying to get inside, when a horde of audience members who had left midway through encouraged her to save her money.
WATCH other audience reactions from Sheen's Radio City appearance last Friday:
Video by HuffPost's Hunter Stuart
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