Charlie Sheen's Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is not an Option tour made two stops in New York City over the weekend.

Both shows were held at Radio City Music Hall and were completely sold out.

Like he's done for all of his performances so far, Sheen tailored his New York apperances to the audience.

When Sheen took the stage around 8:30 on Friday night he received a mix of applause and boos. The rest of the show included barely coherent stories of hotels he stayed in, focusing on his infamous incident at the Plaza Hotel as well as locking himself in an airplane bathroom to do drugs and performing CPR on a model who had overdosed on heroin.

It seemed as if Sheen's crowd was not as amused with his stories. By the end of the night all the applause had turned into boos. The show also lasted approximately 30 minutes less than his previous shows in Ohio.

Sheen closed the night by declaring his love for the Big Apple.

I love you New York ... you're the best crowd ever. Well, some of you.

On his second performance, Sunday night, the former Two and a Half Men star rebounded from his previous disastrous show.