Orpah’s new show, ‘Lindsay,’ is addicting

 

Oprah is going to save the world — first the girls in Africa, now Lindsay. (crazydaysandnights.net)
Oprah is going to save the world — first the girls in Africa, now Lindsay. (crazydaysandnights.net)

I’m going to keep it short and sweet this week because, child, I’ve got things to do (and by things to do, I mean people. And by people I mean sitting alone in my room).
Anyway gurlfrand, I just want to alert y’all to a little unknown gem in the TV world. God (aka Oprah to mortals) has her very OWN network. Called OWN. Owned by Oprah. OWN.

On said channel is a groundbreaking, powerful and incredibly moving documentary. Is it about slavery? No. Is it about human trafficking? No. Is it at least about a gorilla that could paint? No, better. It’s about an ex-actress who can’t get into an apartment. I present to you: “Lindsay.”

Yes, our beloved “Freaky Friday” star gets Erratic Sunday as her show airs on Sundays at 10 p.m. During the one-hour-long episodes, you get to ride the train that has long crashed that Lindsay thinks is still running. Watch how Lindsay is refused keys to her own apartment, as she pays a woman whose career is to be a “life advisor” just to tell her that she “can do it,” and as Lindsay spends an exuberant amount of money on couture clothes even though she has no events to wear them to, nor the money to spend on them.

Fascinating. If this were on Netflix, it would be under the category “Dull Trainwreck with a Wonky Female Lead.”

The only redeeming thing about this show is that Oprah sometimes appears in her heavenly might and tells Lindsay to literally “cut the bullshit.” So please, tune in at 10 p.m. and watch with me as we witness Lindsay Lohan’s “comeback” fall back into oblivion.

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