Charlie Sheen in Chicago: Got a confidence boost from audience

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WASHINGTON–Charlie Sheen brought his tour to Chicago on Sunday night, getting his act together at the Chicago Theater, and wants to return to the city where the actor got a warmer reception than Detroit, Sun-Times columnist Bill Zwecker reports.

I’m taking a short break from the regular political programming in this blog–because I am fascinated by the entire Sheen saga, only recently becoming a fan of reruns of “Two and a Half Men.” (Still sticking with “Scrubs” reruns as my top chill show…) Anyway...Zwecker has the Sheen scoop in his Tuesday column:

Zwecker reports on Sheen building his confidence in Chicago: “As the actor shared with several people Sunday night, Chicago’s welcoming mood — coming on the heels of the disastrous Detroit launch of his live tour — gave him a huge psychological boost.”

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