Lindsay Lohan is just one embarrassing paparazzi shot away from missing her comeback window of opportunity. But folks, I think she might be on her way back up to the top. Sure, she's got a long way to go, but you gotta start somewhere. In this case, that starting point is the L.A. County Courthouse.
Lohan showed up to court this morning for a scheduled probation hearing. “She’s done it all,” Judge Stephanie Sautner said, and no, she wasn’t talking about Lindsay’s drug problem.
Of all the community service and therapy sessions Lindsay was supposed to complete, the Judge was “pleased to say” that Lindsay completed all of them. Her next scheduled appearance is for February 22.
“You are to do fifteen days of community service and five therapy sessions,” Judge Sautner ordered Lohan, adding that she will have a “completion date of February 29.”
Leap year, baby! There’s actually an expiration date on Lindsay’s problems. Between this and her in talks for the Elizabeth Taylor movie, I think a comeback might very well be a possibility here.
“Just keep doing what you’re doing. You appear to be doing it well,” the judge concluded.
The first decent review Lindsay's gotten since Mean Girls.
Larry Thompson, the executive producer behind the Elizabeth Taylor biopic, Liz and Dick (yeah, that’s seriously the title), had this to say:
“I’ve been talking to Lindsay Lohan directly…and have been in conversations with other actresses, including Megan Fox.”
So it looks like these two are competing for the role of the legendary Hollywood icon.
"It's a very serious selection. It's like casting for Hollywood royalty."
I mean , if it were that serious, I feel like we could think of a better name that Liz and Dick, but whatever.