'I didn't know whether to laugh or cry'- Twitter responds to Lindsay Lohan on Charlie Sheen's Anger Management
A few eyebrows were raised when it was revealed in February that two of Hollywood’s most volatile stars, Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen, would appear together in Sheen’s US TV series Anger Management.
Lohan played herself in the episode, which aired last night in America, as a romantic interest for Sheen’s character Dr Charlie Goodson.
After reports of Lohan’s tardiness on set, illness and even an alleged theft, there was a mixed reaction to her appearance in the show on Twitter.
Some thought the actress- due to enter rehab in May- stole the show, while others commented that the two actors famed for alcohol and drug misuse were well suited to each other. One tweeter said watching the two together was “like watching the worst train wreck/ nightmare mashup ever”.
Lindsay Lohan on Anger Management? Is that show just about ex crack heads? America man, what are you doing!?— WHY SO SERiOUS?(@ELARAiNNASHER) April 12, 2013
Lindsay Lohan, alcohol, and Charlie Sheen..... This show has made my night yet again #AngerManagement— Ranaldo Jones (@WhisperzDaSaint) April 12, 2013
Watching Anger Management with Charlie Sheen and Lindsey Lohan is like watching the worst train wreck/nightmare mashup ever.— Jen ® (@NatesMama1128) April 12, 2013
I wonder how much coke Lindsay Lohan and @ charliesheen did while filming this episode of anger management— Cody Martin (@CMart_7) April 12, 2013
Lindsay Lohan actually looks normal on the new anger management.— Jimmy Michelakis (@JimmyMick11) April 12, 2013
"It was one of the most normal things I've done since I was in the parent trap!"- @ lindsaylohan #angermanagement— James (@JAD6126) April 12, 2013
I wish @ lindsaylohan and charlie sheen would date in real life... #AngerManagement
— RandizzleH (@RandizzleH) April 12, 2013
For the record, Lindsay Lohan was terrific on Anger Management tonight.
— Matt Walker (@funnymatt) April 12, 2013
— Amber Nash (@ambercnash) April 12, 2013
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