Lindsay Lohan to Guest on ‘2 Broke Girls’

Lindsay Lohan Guest on '2 Broke

Lindsay Lohan is set for a guest appearance on an upcoming episode of CBS sitcom “2 Broke Girls.”

The actress will play a soon-to-be bride who asks Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs) to make her a wedding cake. It is later revealed, however, that Lohan’s character has trouble making decisions.

The episode will air April 14. Also on TV, Lohan will appear on her OWN docu-series “Lindsay,” which premieres on Sunday.

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  1. cadavra says:

    Since 2BG is recorded with a studio audience, they’re taking a real gamble that she’ll 1) show up 2) sober. Were I Chuck Lorre, I’d have a stand-by actress “in the wings” just in case.

  2. BobbieFisher says:

    I sincerely wish the producers a hearty “good luck!” in working with Lindsay Lohan. I am sure that her appearance will generate some rise in the ratings. Congratulations to Ms. Lohan for getting a job on TV. Unfortunately it’s a stunt casting cameo for a show that’s been raked over the coals for racist, sexist and unfunny jokes. It did have some good reviews – but Tim Goodman of The Hollywood Reporter said the show had potential but “squandered it away every week on cheap, predictable and unfunny jokes” and noted that many jokes were of a racist or sexual nature. New Zealand critic Chris Philpott was especially offended by the rape jokes in the first three episodes of the series, calling the series the worst new show of 2012, stating that it “display[ed] a lack of understanding and creativity on the part of the comedy writer.” Andrew Ti, writing for Grantland.com, singled out the portrayal of Han Lee as “a fairly regressive portrayal” of the stereotypical Asian male: “a tiny, greedy, sexless man-child with infantilized speech patterns.” The New Yorker said the show is “so racist it is less offensive than baffling”. The AV Club – “Most of the problems—weird story construction, stereotypical characters, bad jokes—that have bedeviled the show have been there from the very beginning, though I will certainly say they’ve gotten worse as the season has gone along and the show hasn’t bothered to diversify its rhythms at all.” But at least more people watch the show than the amount of people that watched Ms. Lohan’s interview with Oprah. So that’s good for her exposure. And the role of a mean bridezilla seems tailor made for Ms. Lohan, since meanness comes naturally to her. Not too much of a stretch acting-wise, which is a good career move on her part, since her natural acting ability has been on the decline for the last 10 years. It would be good news if she showed up on time, knew her lines, and behaved professionally for once in the last decade. But I’m not holding my breath.

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