I didn't think I would talk about the former "Two And A Half Men" star, Charlie Sheen and his shenanigans again, but when I saw this story from AP, I just had to say something.

On Saturday in Detroit, the first stop for his show called "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option," apparently it didn't go over too well with the audience.

After trying to entertain everyone with a couple of other segments, besides his own performances, he said that this was "an experiment." A very costly experiment for some. One woman paid $150 for two seats, got up and walked out of the show. When she left the theater, she walked up the street, yelling, "I want my money back!" She also said "I didn't think it would be this bad." Really? Lady, did you see him in all those interviews?

Sheen was booed and heckled by many audience members before most of them left the theater, before the show ended, but here's one of my favorites from this story: One person booed, to which Sheen replied, "I've already got your money, dude." That must be the reason that he thinks he's winning.

We've all seen this guy on tv with his outrageous antics and ramblings, and I would expect nothing less than what he did with his stage show. Did these people think he would really be any better after what we've all seen?

I believe that Charlie needs some kind of professional help, and he hasn't gotten it, which is very sad. The man has some issues. Would you have paid money to see his show?