UPDATE: A source confirms to E! News that no changes were made to the custody agreement, but that the judge left open the possibility that changes could be made down the road. The case, however, remains sealed. Meanwhile, Sheen's D.C. tour stop will continue as planned tonight, albeit starting one hour later than scheduled.
Turns out, defeat may still be an option, after all. At least when it comes to Charlie Sheen's legal wranglings.
Sheen and Brooke Mueller emerged from their closed-doors emergency custody hearing this morning, and while neither side is immediately talking about what went down, you don't need to be a body language expert to gauge which parent came out tops.
Because while Brooke left the courtroom smiling, crying, hugging her lawyer, winking at reporters and giving the thumbs-up sign (way to keep it subtle, Brooke!), Charlie quietly walked out, holding hands with goddess/mascot Natalie Kenly and a large, rather serious-looking entourage.