So after a disastrous opening night in Detroit and an only-slightly-better followup show in Chicago, we're left wondering who are the people making up the audiences of Charlie Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour, and why are they suddenly so displeased with the actor's brand of egomaniacal rantings? Well, from the clip above—compiled from various news reports on audience reactions—the crowd ranges in age from 18 - 79, with a particular concentration on the demo that Sheen has long "owned" in Two and a Half Men ratings—that sought-after group of adults 18 - 49. What's also telling about the audiences at his shows is how they've responded to certain portions of the show, booing a warlock speech, cheering loudly for a lezzie kiss between the two "goddesses," and generally disinterested in his poetry. Maybe part of what disgruntled ticket holders is that Sheen needs the magic of the editing bays at 20/20 or Today to make his diatribes seem more exciting when packaged into fast-paced soundbites. The live show—which continues to be retooled—is currently clocking in at about two hours, and in long form, he's probably boring.