A few weeks ago brought us 'Eastbound & Down''s most surprising cameo yet when Marilyn Manson strolled through the scene sans makeup, but last night's series finale, "Chapter 29," really brought out the big guns. Not only did Sacha Baron Cohen make his series debut, but so too did Lindsay Lohan and 'True Blood' star Alexander Skarsgård in a surprising flash forward!
Regardless of troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan's most recent comeback attempts, abysmal reviews of 'The Canyons,' or Oprah Winfrey interviews, it would seem as if the Hollywood machine has shifted its eye toward tearing down more prominent young starlets. Could hosting the September 28 premiere of 'SNL' be the latest stop on Lohan's apparent comeback tour then, or has the rumor mill churned out another turd?
The moment we learned that Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) would say his big f---in' goodbyes to 'Eastbound & Down,' we knew the acclaimed HBO comedy wouldn't go down quietly. Noise barely begins to cover the end, however, as we've learned that iconically down and (f---in') out star Lindsay Lohan will appear in the 'Eastbound & Down' 2013 series finale with a surprising relation to Kenny Powers.
Beautiful, rich people casually participating in hideous, terrible things and occasionally having explicit sex -- stop me if you've heard this one before. If it sounds like a Bret Easton Ellis story, that's because it is. 'The Canyons,' scripted by Ellis and directed by Paul Schrader (writer of 'Taxi Driver' and director of 'American Gigolo'), tells the languid story of a manipulative trust fund kid, his failed actress girlfriend (Lindsay Lohan), and the love rectangle that leads to obsession and violence.
While attempting to make a horror flick, a man learns that his lead actor has ignited an affair with his girlfriend, ultimately prompting an act of violence.
'Mean Girls' hit theaters in 2004, nine years ago today, and became an instant classic -- a tale of high school superficiality and clique culture run amok. It solidified Lindsay Lohan as a huge star and introduced us to Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lizzy Caplan. But most importantly, it gave us endlessly quotable moments -- stuff we're still laughing about nine years later. To celebrate this anniversary, we've collected GIFs of our favorite and funniest moments.
My disdain of the 'Scary Movie' franchise came early. I distinctly recall seeing the 'Scary Movie 2' poster, which featured Kathleen Robertson wearing a t-shirt that says "I See Dead People." This isn't a joke. It's just a reference. It isn't clever, it isn't witty - it's just saying a thing from another movie. It's not funny.
Almost 10 years later, 'Scary Movie 5' still suffers from this debilitating problem. There is absolutely nothing funny about going 'Inception'-style into Christian Grey's S&M room and having Mike Tyson show up. Yet, if you are somehow able to ignore the lowest common denominator pop culture appearances (I hesitate to even call them jokes) there are a great number of truly amusing gags and examples of rapid fire dialogue zings. Put bluntly: when the film is freed from the shackles of its referencing mandate, there's some good, dopey humor in here. Much to my surprise, I laughed out loud a good half-dozen times.
‘Anger Management’ continues on its 90-episode, two-year run with its 22nd overall episode “Charlie Gets Lindsay Lohan in Trouble,” as Charlie strikes up a relationship with Lindsay Lohan after treating her at a commercial shoot, but soon finds his actions worsening her relationship with the press.
Last week's episode “Charlie Dates Crazy, Sexy, Angry” saw Charlie falling back into a relationship with Lori (Denise Richards), while the group tried to find Lacey a match and Kate and Jen shared a girls’ night out, so what will the latest episode bring? Are there more laughs to be had in the twenty-second half-hour of ‘Anger Management,’ or does it have a worse reputation than Lindsay Lohan herself?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ episode 22, “Charlie Gets Lindsay Lohan in trouble!”
Prior to serving out whatever sentence TMZ tells us about, the always-entertaining Lindsay Lohan managed to squeeze in a quick job with Charlie Sheen for his ongoing FX comedy 'Anger Managment.' The notoriously-troubled Hollywood starlet will of course play herself in the April 11 outing, but how would you like a first look? Get a sneak peek of Lindsay Lohan and her crazy outfit for the upcoming season of 'Anger Management' inside!