It is not complimentary.
Apparently, Lohan’s role is that of a bride-to-be who encounters the “2 Broke Girls” leads when buying a wedding cake. The character is spoiled and indecisive and actually sounds like a pleasant enough bit for a sitcom. Lohan, however, had “trouble pronouncing certain words” and “sounded like someone who had injected with Novocaine an hour earlier.”
The real problem wasn’t with her voice though. It was that Lohan couldn’t get her lines right:
“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.”
In addition to having trouble with the lines, Lohan reportedly took a phone call in the middle of filming. “She has six or seven lines,” the blog says of the guest star’s final scene. “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.”
This was no “2 Broke Girls” hater — the author of the blog had praise for everyone from the writers to the stars to the warm-up comedian. It was just Lohan that seemed to infuriate him.
“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. There is not a member of the audience who couldn’t do a better job than Lindsay Lohan did last night.”
Hopefully the finished product will at least fare a little better.