Looks like someone is out of practice! Lindsay Lohan recently tweeted her excitement over landing a guest role on 2 Broke Girls, but according to an audience member at her episode’s taping, the actress was an absolute disaster on set.
“Myself and all of the other 199 members of the audience are very familiar with every single one of Lindsay Lohan’s lines and can repeat them all verbatim to you because we heard them so many times last night,” the viewer wrote in a blog post. “There is not a member of the audience who couldn’t do a better job than Lindsay Lohan did last night.”
The blogger went on to explain the 27-year-old’s scenes, without giving away too many spoilers, and how often she messed up her lines. In the post, he points out several times how familiar he’d become with the episode because of how many times the scenes had to be redone.
“Lindsay had a lot of trouble stringing together the various permutations required and after thirty minutes the lines were reduced and reduced,” he said of one scene. “There was no point in trying to get it all right because it was not going to happen.” He added that many people left the taping early when they “began to see that Lindsay was a train wreck.”
To add to the actress’ unprofessionalism, the blogger noted that her phone rang during the shoot — and she answered it on set!
He finished by complimenting the show’s stars Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings, but explaining that for the five hour shoot, three hours were spent on Lindsay’s few scenes. “When the final product airs next month people will see the editing and Lindsay’s best from those scenes and think to themselves that she isn’t that bad,” he explained. “The lines were well written and with as many shots as she had at each one she was bound to get something that can be used. People will tune into watch. The 200 people that sat through that taping though will know that Lindsay didn’t deserve to be on the show. They will know that every single person who had lines on the show was at least ten times better than Lindsay and in many cases a hundred times better.”