CDAN: Lindsay Lohan was a cracked-out ‘train wreck’ during ’2 Broke Girls’ filming


Several days ago, it was announced that Lindsay Lohan had gotten a “job.” She was going to guest star on the “hit” CBS show 2 Broke Girls, which… I don’t know if you’ve ever chanced upon the show, but it’s awful. It’s so bad that I feel waves of pity for Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs. So, it’s not like Lindsay got a guest spot on some critically acclaimed show (I would think The Walking Dead would want her though, just because she wouldn’t need much makeup). Basically, I kind of think Lindsay scored the right guest spot on the right TV show, except that I don’t see how anyone would want to hire her at this point. People lining up to work with the Cracken get what they deserve: a cracked-out wreck who can’t remember her lines or bother to be professional whatsoever.

I came upon this CDAN story, which it looks like ENTY wrote himself. He was at the taping of this episode of 2 Broke Girls, and he wrote a lengthy post about all of the crap that went down. Some highlights:

How Lohan looked: “Red hair. Lips so plumped out she couldn’t really get them open because of her botox which also caused her to have trouble pronouncing certain words. Of course she won’t be able to pronounce anything if she keeps smoking because her voice is rapidly disappearing into some type of screaming smoking raspy hell hole. You know when you go to some type of event that requires a lot of yelling or screaming and you can barely speak. Combine that with a three pack a day habit and botox and see how well you do. There was a scene later on in the show that required Lindsay to say the words Hawaii and Bahamas in succession. She couldn’t move her botoxed muscles enough to get that combination down without pausing between each. It sounded like someone who had injected with Novocaine an hour earlier.”

Lohan kept screwing up the simplest of lines: “This first initial half of a full scene had about five lines from Lindsay. It took about 45 minutes to shoot because she never could get through without screwing up. She would get one line and screw up another. There was some combination that she always managed to find that she had not done previously.”

After screwing up her lines & 30 minutes of re-writes, “two scenes were shot with the entire regular cast and they took about twenty minutes to go through two scenes. All flawless. Once again it was time for Lindsay, but off camera. All she had to do was read one line of script. READ it. It took her three times to get it right.”

Lindsay’s final scene: “So, there was one big scene left with Lindsay. She is in a wedding dress and has cold feet about the wedding. She has six or seven lines. 45 minutes later when the audience can see the finish line of this scene a cell phone starts ringing. Loudly. ‘I’m sorry, that’s mine. Hello. I have to call you back.’ Yes, it was Lindsay’s phone. One more time through the last part of the scene. Ten more minutes gone from my life.”

Last impressions: Over five hours of shooting for 18 minutes (4 minutes pre-recorded). Three of those hours were for the few scenes Lindsay had. 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. 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. Kate Dennings and Beth Behrs had hundreds of lines each. Because of Lindsay they had to repeat them for hours. No matter what though they always got laughs from their lines. Lindsay didn’t. People were tired of her. They wanted it to end. What I saw in Kat and Beth were two people who respected the fact they have jobs that pay very well and may never be given a second chance to make this kind of money or be on this kind of show. They knew every line and where to be and what to say and how to act and they were professional. Lindsay looked like someone who took her script with her while she partied for a week straight and could show up and work it out while filming the show. That attitude is why she doesn’t work. She didn’t take it seriously. It was a paycheck. I hope she doesn’t get many more.”

[From CDAN]

Radar is running a story based on ENTY’s post, and I imagine other sites will too. Good. I hope they do. I feel the same way about Lohan as I do with Lady Gaga: they’re not worth the energy at this point. Yes, it’s fun to watch a train wreck for a while and yes, I think many of us are curious to see the names which got blurred out by In Touch Weekly, but let’s not pretend that Lindsay is an interesting or compelling person or that she’ll ever change or “get better.” She’s had enough chances. Enough.


Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet, LL’s blog and Instagram.

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  1. Cleveland Girl says:

    If the show is stupid enough to hire her, then they deserve what they get.

    • Jag says:


      I just feel for the cast and crew who had nothing to do with her being hired, yet who had to suffer while she was there.

    • An says:

      This. Also, why insist on hiring someone who’s really not even that good at acting? Lindsay has never, ever “sold” me in any of her roles. I usually see her as the weakest acting link in all her movies.

      • Decloo says:

        I generally agree except for ‘The Parent Trap’ where she was actually pretty brilliant. I think she really had the potential to be a good actor had she not been sidelined.

      • bluhare says:

        Aren’t most people pretty good at playing themselves though? Everyone always carries on about Mean Girls and all she did was be herself.

    • lucy2 says:

      We’ve been saying that for years, and people are still hiring her. I truly don’t understand it. Is she blackmailing her way into roles? Are they hiring her just for the trainwreck factor? It makes no sense.

      • Decloo says:

        This! They are hiring her for the train wreck factor, exactly. Look at all the press this show is getting. I wouldn’t be surprised if they told her it was no big deal to learn her lines and that it’s a really casual set. Everybody wants a piece of the Lohan f*ck-up.

      • Bridget says:

        They hired her because it still gets press. 2BG will probably get the most press they’ve ever gotten, even if it’s about Lilo being a debacle. They’re hoping that people will tune in to see what a disaster she was, but that they’ll like the regulars and want to tune in again. Granted, its not like this works – it didn’t for Ugly Betty (Lilo was so miserable to be around they actually cut her part way down), it didn’t for anger management… But still, its probably a cheap way to get some press.

      • janie says:

        And…. who among us is surprised?

  2. kimbers says:

    Sophie forever!

  3. Kali says:

    In other news, the sky is blue and the sun came up this morning.

    Let’s talk about more interesting things. Like how Kat Dennings need to be Snow White in something (yes, I’m choosing to ignore both “Mirror Mirror” and “Snow White and the Huntsman”).

    • Samigirl says:

      I LOVE Kat and she is stunning, but I don’t think her personality is suited for a Snow White character. Unless it’s a really sarcastic SW. Even in her interviews, she is really funny and sarcastic. I would love to see a princess like that (is the one from Frozen that way? I’ve yet to see it), but IDK if that will happen any time soon.

      • Kali says:

        I definitely agree the personality wouldn’t be right for Snow White. I just got distracted by the skin/hair/lips combo!! I basically like Kat Dennings and I just want her to be in lots more/all the things. Lord knows we need more of her in the Thor movies, she was one of the best damn parts.

      • Ash says:

        One of the best parts? No..just no. She was incredibly annoying and a complete waste of screen time. The plucky, spunky comic relief is overused and cliche. I was so glad they had her be such a small, unimportant part.

    • don't kill me i'm french says:

      +1 and the snow is cold

  4. kimbers says:

    This season of that show sucks hard. I wouldnt even illegally download it it’s that bad.

    Love the characters (except pastry ppl and zeke) that’s when I stopped watching the show.

    Maybe that’s why they got lindsay to tape an episode bc they need to hype something for ratings?

  5. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    Completely agree that she has been given more chances than anyone on earth, and she has wasted every one of them. She doesn’t belong in this business, and she will never recover if she stays in it. I don’t think she has the inner strength to get out and find another life, either. I don’t see a happy ending for her, and it’s sad.

  6. blue marie says:

    It’s about what I would expect from her, she’s quickly becoming a waste of space.

  7. Nikki L. says:

    At this point I’m convinced she has a serious personality disorder. Probably a borderline. The drugs and booze just make it worse.

    • don't kill me i'm french says:


    • Rainbows says:

      Yes to this. She has very classic BPD symptoms, hell I’ve been saying this since the Samantha Rawnson tapes. BPD tends to develop from difficult childhoods which she certainly had. The tragedy is that Borderline Personality Disorder is a treatable condition. She could make a complete recovery with DBT but I doubt she has a diagnosis let alone an inkling that this even exists. Sad.

      • kimbers says:

        Also abuse in her past, her being an escort and dating that sleaze wilmer v. Has to mean something.

  8. Tracy says:

    Yes, she has been given more chances than she deserves. Enough.

  9. Jbanks979 says:

    Two broke girls may be terrible but it’s inexplicably highly rated (I guess among those who need to wind down after the “hilarity” of 2.5 men).

    Robert Downey JR had accomplished a hell of a lot more in his life than Lilo at this point (Oscar nominee in 1992), and yet he re established his career on Ally McBeal by showing he could arrive on time, read lines, and not fuck up.

    At this point the only way she lives to be 30 is taking a year for intensive psychotherapy in like Montana. Only when she’s begun to get her shit truly together should she ever consider appearing in front of a camera again. (This will never in a million years happen).

    • MrsBPitt says:

      But…RDJ had TALENT!!! In my opinion, Lindsay has no acting abilities. Yes, she was a cute little girl in Parent Trap…but, even in Mean Girls, I thought the rest of the cast outshined LL by a mile. Adding to that, the last SNL that she hosted…horrible…horrible…horrible…She needs a new profession…forgetting all the drugs and unprofessionalism…THE GIRL CAN’T ACT!

    • don't kill me i'm french says:

      RDJ always worked even during his worst drug years but you forgot he was fired of Ally McBeal because of his drug problem .
      What it saved RDJ and his career is to meet/date his wife who is straight,strong and clever.She wears the pants in their marriage

    • sillyone says:

      Hold on now..Montana?? What did we do to deserve such a terrbile thing on us? We don’t want any part of that.

    • bluhare says:

      I’m with sillyone. What did Montana ever do to you? ;)

      • jgb979 says:

        Very True:

        I would say the Pitcairn Islands would be a better permanent relaction for Lilo, but that’s not fair to the 56 people that live there.

  10. Mark says:

    It’s a fact that this guy is total liar, seriously everything on his website is made up. Google him he’s fraud.

    But this is the only truthful thing he’s put on his site but still the guy is a maniac.

    • Mia4S says:

      It’s true but what’s scary is that occasional times like this where he goes and gets the real story (actual reporting) makes the site seem more credible. Somebody is gonna get sued one of these days.

      • nico says:

        Blohan and Enty are both pathological liars.

      • The Original G says:

        No, the disclaimer on his site is pretty comprehensive and up-front about his posts being made up and just for entertainment.

      • Mark says:

        He doesn’t get exclusives he just guesses obvious stuff like Lindsay Lohan getting in trouble or Leonardo Dicaprio breaking up with a girlfriend, stuff that inevitably going happen and he thinks he has a scoop. He gets 1 out of every 100 post correct.

        He’s always accusing people of being gay then being straight all the time plus she does foul stuff like call people rapists and pedophiles.

      • TheCountess says:

        Exactly. He’s a fabulist in the vein of Jayson Blair and Stephen Glass. The site should not be relied on as a source for anything. He/”The Enties” tailor posts and blind items that, of course, seem credible because they rely on publicly known facts as the basis for their assertions. This is a site that advanced the notion that Robert Downey Jr. was in its comment section posting rape accusations under the username “Himmmm.”

        Celebitchy should find a person who actually was at the taping and get them on the record in detail. “Enty” should never be the source of any gossip, even when it is centered on someone as worthless as Blohan.

      • Nina W says:

        It may be made up but I read about it first at The Daily Fail.

    • Jaderu says:

      I was wondering why there was no *warning: info was written by a known liar.
      Even Enty’s own readers have his number and call him out daily.
      I believe Lainey more than this dope, and she’s a known PR flack.

      • don't kill me i'm french says:


        it’s what it’s written in the bottow of the site

      • Jaderu says:

        I’ve seen it. I was referring to other sites re-posting his crap as though it was fact.

        And writing a disclaimer on your website does not give you a legal “out”.

      • don't kill me i'm french says:

        do you know the Barbra Streisand effect?
        do you remember recently the french paparazzi who said Obama and Beyonce had an affair? when you saw the video,you see the paps said after it was a joke and he just did a comparison

        and in USA,you can write all you want on the net because the diffamation is difficult to prove (Lainey said in case of trial,she would say “sorry,i’m wrong”)

      • The Original G says:

        The only people who believe ENTY without a rock of salt are the FF Jolie-Pitt antis. He whips them into a frenzy regularly for hits. He just plays them out.

        That doesn’t mean that he can’t occasionally tell the truth.

        Plus, how can you sue someone for a blind item that doesn’t name any names? His opinion of Lohan is not actionable in the least.

    • iheartjacksparrow says:

      What? Enty a liar? Like the time he told everyone to contribute money to his site and they’d receive a book autographed by Amber Tamblyn, which no one ever received? Or the time he asked everyone to contribute money to his site so he could have enough money to do a weekly radio show, which lasted one episode?

    • Sarah says:

      thats because of US libel laws. as a public person anyone can write anything about you. in other countries a person making a claim has to prove it if there is a trial in the usa, for whatever reason, the victim has to prove that the accusations are wrong. which is not possible in most cases, how could i prove i never had sex with Johnny Depp and Brad Pitt?

      in the unlikely case you can prove its wrong then they have to prove that they acted with “acutal malice” meaning that they did it on purpose. as long as you dont have a tape of them saying “lets make up something bad about them” then you will 100% lose at that point. thats why so many celebs never sue. people would think losing the trial means its true.

      cdan has been caught so many times and yet people still believe everything.

      • Lark says:

        Yep. There is a local L.A. businesswoman who hob knobs with celebrities but also does a lot of separate charity work. She’s raised tens of millions of dollars for L.A. charities and has donated tens of millions of her own money. I guess because she associates with celebrities, Enty thought she’d be a good target. He accused her (with her full name and photo) of being a madame for underage girls and women. That made me so angry that he did that….it was so, so very wrong. He’s a disgusting creep who only gets away with his BS because U.S. libel laws are more or less non-existent and his stupid disclaimer allows him to post whatever he wants.

    • Sea Dragon says:

      When I saw ENTY, I thought “uh oh” so I’m so glad to see that everything I was going to say and much, much more has already been covered here.

  11. Mia4S says:

    This is why her comeback won’t work! Hollywood doesn’t care about drugs, alcohol, arrests, DUIs, whatever….as long as it doesn’t delay production or cost money. It’s being a problem to work with that gets you kicked to the curb. The addictions are her personal problem, her work problem is much more complicated.

  12. Merritt says:

    2 Broke Girls really wastes the talent of the main cast. Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs have great chemistry but it is wasted on crappy dialogue and bad jokes.

  13. Jen says:

    98% of the stuff on CDAN is completely fabricated though.

    • MissMoody says:

      True but if you read the entry, it does seem legit. All signs point to a first person account. There was enough information there about Lindsay’s line and character and the general feel of the episode to be able to confirm once the actual episode airs

      • jwoolman says:

        And silence or eventual post-broadcast confirmation/denial from cast, crew, or audience will tell us if it’s true. But it sounds like every other gig she’s had. Remember the article by the reporter embedded in The Canyons project.

  14. msw says:

    I can’t laugh at this girl. It’s a really bleak example of life-ruining addiction (not that addiction is her only problem, but it made things a hell of a lot worse).

    • annie says:

      Its not funny. She help maybe pity

    • ya says:

      True… I’ve been attending some lectures on addiction medicine at my local hospital… it’s really shed light on all this kind of thing. Medically it seems pretty uncontroversial that substance abuse – including alcoholism – is a disease; one of the doctors compared it to heart disease in that substance abuse can also permanently alter a person’s physical body in ways that make it very difficult to recover.

  15. Nicolette says:

    I used to root for her, wanting her to straighten herself out and become the successful and talented person she once was again. I think that ship has sailed. She’s become a pathetic joke and shows keep putting her on banking on the hope that her being the train wreck that she is will draw ratings. It’s sad and messed up that they have that mind set, but it’s Hollywood. It is what it is.

  16. ThatGirl says:

    Look at the body language in those cast pics! Ha. Everyone is distancing themselves from her ever so slightly.

  17. Chrissy says:

    I like 2 Broke Girls and think it’s a pretty funny show. I thought their ratings were good enough that they didn’t have to stoop to stunt casting?

    • minime says:

      Ok for a moment I was wondering what is wrong with me, but at least someone else in this thread disagree on the assumption that this show is bad.
      I think this show is awesome. The humor is crass, but I think it’s the old adage “it’s so bad that it’s good”? . Anyway, pity that they felt the need to add such a talentless and unprofessional actress to the show.

  18. bettyrose says:

    Stories on Lindsay, Kate, and Leann on the same day? It’s the trifecta!

  19. Littles says:

    Yes she is still getting “work”, but I’m pretty sure she’s not being hired for her talent anymore. She’s a notorious trainwreck and I think she’s hired for the publicity and nothing else.

    Well, OK – she’s probably everybody’s drug dealer, too.

  20. Em says:

    Speaking of lohan. Apparently Garrett hedlund denied that rumor about him being on her”list”.

  21. John says:

    I’d hardly put Gaga in the same category as Lohan.

  22. TheCountess says:

    Ugh. This is not about a defense of Lilo as much as it is a complete distrust in anything “Enty” puts out there.

    Five hours isn’t really that extraordinary for a sitcom; I don’t watch “2 Broke Girls,” but a good deal of shoot time can come down to number of scenes in the episode, costume changes, swing set changes, etc. “Enty” should know that a single episode of a sitcom is hardly shot straight through and the length of time filming takes bears little relation to the running time of the episode. (For comparison’s sake in episodic drama, it takes nearly nine months to complete filming nine episodes of “Downton Abbey.”)

    Also, actors losing their s*** or forgetting their lines – again, depends on the sitcom (is “2 Broke Girls” really that funny?). The entire history of “Seinfeld” is filled with anecdotes about taking an eternity and countless number of takes to complete because someone broke character. In “The Fusilli Jerry,” for example, the climactic scene where Frank confronts Jerry, Elaine and Kramer about Kramer’s having “stopped short” with Estelle, it took an eternity to get through a complete take (the scene lasts about a minute) because Julia-Louis Dreyfus and Jerry Seinfeld kept laughing everytime Jerry Stiller fell on the “fusilli Jerry.” In fact, JLD was notorious for holding up scenes because of her inability to suppress the giggles (to the point where Michael Richards once not-so-jokingly threatened to hit her with a 4×4 for ruining a unique take, a comment captured on the DVD “behind the scenes” feature).

    Again, *not* attempting to defend Lohan; I can’t believe yet ANOTHER entity gave her a paycheck. But given the source of this account – who is notorious for making blinds up and misrepresenting basic facts when posting about widely reported headlines (which is why I finally stopped reading the site last year) – and what I know of sitcom filming and how long it takes due to a multitude of factors – well, yeah, I don’t really put much stock into it. Sorry :/

    • jwoolman says:

      Time will tell, we’ll see credible confirmation or denial eventually. But we’ve heard this story so often from credible sources about tv shows, movies, and modeling shoots. These aren’t normal delays, she’s always the center of it and the reason for it. And we see the results onscreen- even her best is typically pretty bad. I was astonished at how awful she was in promos for Liz and Dick and those must have been among the best scenes. Can’t blame it on the writing, the guy playing Dick was fine. Earlier I was surprised to see how poorly she did on skits for late night shows long before the SNL debacle. And on SNL, as on Chelsea Lately, obviously the shows had contingency plans, other people who would and did step in to rescue her. On Lately, they had their best improv writers on the panel, so they could step in when she hesitated. Who has to do that with anyone else?!? Again and again we hear that she’s unprepared and can’t remember simple lines. Since she needs to prove herself if she really wants work, this is baffling. It’s not like some famous actor who has more work offers than he or she can take muffing a few lines from the teleprompters on SNL. She couldn’t keep up at all and doesn’t have the skill to make mistakes funny. They had to use pre-recorded skits to make up the time and get anything good enough out of her. Her brain cells are permanently fried.

      This account was quite detailed, so it should be easily verifiable or deniable.

      • TheCountess says:

        All of “Enty’s” blinds are detailed. The details are almost always taken from well-known facts and tailored to fit a pre-determined story (even the commenters still there rake “him” (now assumed to be multiple female writers) for being obvious at how stuff is made up in response to whomever is in the news). Sorry, but that site is not a credible source of anything.

  23. jwoolman says:

    Hardly a surprise. Why they keep hiring her, I don’t know. She can’t act (never was spectacular) and drunk or sober just holds up production like this routinely, undoubtedly costing them a bundle for overtime. She doesn’t really bring in trainwreck ratings either. Is it mob connections? Blackmail? Some rich client buying the roles for her? She really has never built on the potential some saw in her when she was a kid, they should stop trying if they have the illusion she just needs a chance. She was just adequate as a kid and teen anyway, she just had a distinctive look. I see kids on tv all the time who could have easily replaced her and done much better in her roles. She would have had to work very hard to get her skills up to adult level and she never has. She just coasts. Even Herbie the sentient Volkswagen was embarrassed by her as a costar…

  24. clambake says:

    What’s wrong with Lady Gaga? Other than her music stinks, did I miss some misbehavin’ by Gags?

  25. Sojourner says:

    As far as I know Lindsay *could* change. She could get a moment of clarity that stays with her. Worse people with longer histories of addiction have changed. I’m not holding my breath that she will regain a Hollywood career, but I hope for her sake that she finds a way out — and it is possible.

    • jwoolman says:

      I think she has a chance to get out from under her dependence on alcohol and other drugs, and she seems to have slowed down during the Oprah project judging from her physical appearance. But over the past few years, I’ve come to believe that sobriety won’t change her into a good actress or a nice person. She has underlying defects that aren’t actually related to her using drugs and alcohol as comfort foods. She’s basically lazy, and that became apparent in her teens. She has done awful things to innocent people who have unfortunately crossed her path. It is very unlikely that such defects will change, although never impossible. Her consistent blowing off of opportunities by showing up late, term refusing to take direction, being totally unprepared, etc. just baffles me. She’s been doing that since her teens, I don’t think we can blame the drugs and booze. Maybe she doesn’t really want to be an actor but has no idea what else she can do, she’s poorly educated.

      • ya says:

        What makes people think she’s lazy? She’s obviously a trainwreck now with issues that seriously impact her ability to work, but when she was a teenager she was working like crazy… She was absolutely everywhere 10 years ago.

  26. Lark says:

    I can believe this account as he was in the audience for a taping. Lilo is a trainwreck who has been given a hundred chances and needs to go away quietly to live a life not in the lime-light. However, Kat Dennings just went on twitter and slammed this. For some reason, I don’t see Kat as the type to lie for Lindsay to help her…..She seems like a no B.S. kind of girl. So I’m kind of inclined to believe Kat.

    At the same time, like everyone above I’m annoyed that because Enty MAY have went to watch the taping in the audience people will start to believe he has some credibility in other matters. This is a man who accuses people of incest, rape, and pedophilia. The things he accused Kirk Douglas of and the woman I mentioned above (who has given tens of millions of dollars to charity) are abhorrent. He gets away with his nonsense because the U.S. libel laws are more or less non-existent (you have to prove malice, which is almost impossible) and he has a giant disclaimer on his website. Meh. I wish people would stop using him, because he would go away if that happened.

    • jwoolman says:

      What exactly did Kat say? Pre-broadcast I would expect folks would tread carefully, longer if they feel sorry for her. Also I’d like to hear from people not associated with the show who witnessed the taping.

  27. raincoaster says:

    Oh, so THAT’s where Kat Dennings works! I wondered.

  28. Andrea says:

    Everyone on this site is a licensed psychiatric clinician! The world is doomed and soon, if left at the mercy of you guys, everyone will have a mental illness.

  29. exu says:

    Eh i’d like her true thoughts after the episode airs lol she would also get in trouble for saying yeah lilo sucked but we had no choice production hired her.
    (All her comback tries prove she can’t act but some ppl pity her because she wastes every chance oh give her a break this is her first job after x rehab. 50th chance she will never change bc she is not blackballed even if she is chances are low)

    It’s what they all say .. and then truth is out after.
    The truth is Lohan is a waste of space and I wish people would stop hiring her for stunts
    Do they think denying will get any more eyeballs than her 1 fan?

    I also agree getting clean won’t stop her need for fame, attention, her disrespect for people. She will never leave HW sadly though; we are stuck. Looking at her makes my face hurt. Gross work. Hell Sharon Osbourne looks younger.

  30. Meggin says:

    I have watched that show and yes, it’s awful. Painful to even get through.

  31. Megan says:

    Two broke girls is the worst show on tv. So unfunny and terrible writing. The blond girl can’t act to save her life, and Kat Dennings is annoying as heck and obviously hit every branch when she fell from the ugly tree. Why is this show still on??

    And if you hire Lindsay Lohan, you know what you’re getting. Don’t act shocked when she shows up a hot mess.

  32. Ash says:

    Kat is so lucky people watch the show even though it’s terrible. She was so obnoxious in Thor and her acting is awful. The show is the same old cheesy “hot blond friend who is dumb with homely brunett friend who uses sass to make up for her looks” trope and it’s lucky people still buy into that.

  33. Lou says:

    Kat Dennings herself said this story was false on twitter. So who knows? I’d believe it of Lohan, but it’s not a reliable source.

  34. LAK says:

    Kat Dennings has grown on me.

  35. Nudgie says:

    I don’t get it. People tune in to see the train wreck, but they should know that with editing they will get an “acceptable product.” They won’t see everything described above. If you are a casting agent or Producer and choose to hire the Cracken, your days in Hollywood should be numbered.

    Hopefully when her chances have totally dried up she may (or HAVE) to finally get the treatment she needs. Until then, the Industry is just chewing up another “died before their time” story. AGAIN.