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Charlie Sheen received his second standing ovation on tour when he took his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" show to Cleveland.

Charlie Sheen gets a standing ovation in Chicago

The crowd was already on Sheen's side before he even came out on stage Tuesday, chanting "Detroit Sucks!" — a reference to his opening night disaster, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Sheen, who played Cleveland Indian Rick "Wild Thing" Vaughn in

Major League, elicited more cheers when he walked out in an Indians jersey. He later told the crowd that he's hoping to shoot Major League 3 in Cleveland.

Charlie Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth" bombs in Detroit

Sheen stuck to the Q&A format he introduced in Chicago. He called his father Martin's film Apocalypse Now the greatest movie ever made, followed by Jaws and Major League, and likened his feelings about his ex-wives to how Cleveland residents feel about LeBron James after he ditched the Cavaliers for the Miami Heat last summer. When talk turned to Two and a Half Men, Sheen said if he needed to, he would apologize to show creator Chuck Lorre, CBS and Warner Bros. TV to get his job back because he was a good enough actor to pull it off. After the show, Sheen treated his crew to a screening of Apocalypse Now at a local theater, according to TMZ.