Sheen Rebounds in Second New York Show

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    Who wants a "winning!" tattoo? After getting booed at Radio City Music Hall on Friday, Charlie Sheen wasn't half-bad in his second New York show on Sunday, The Hollywood Reporter wrote. This time around the man who called himself "a giant and leaky bag of mayhem" interacted with the audience and received standing ovations at the beginning and end of the show.

    Sheen also offered to pay for the whole crowd to get "winning!" tattoos, TMZ wrote in its live-tweets of the show.

    About Friday's show, Sheen said, "I don't even think I was here Friday night."

    The unemployed actor apologized for calling former "Two and a Half Men" co-star Jon Cryer a troll and said he's "a rock star," and said he would return to the sit-com if he could.

    On the non-winning side, Sheen recycled some of his lines on Sunday, according to The Hollywood Reporter, telling the audience he discovered the Internet and crack cocaine in the same weekend, thanks to former vice president Al Gore.

    Selected Reading: The Hollywood Reporter, TMZ