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So I Watched Lindsay Lohan Host Saturday Night Live

And she was terrible. Wait. Let me be nicer. She was…awf.. yeah no. She pretty much sucked as host of Saturday Night Live.

I was kinda rooting for Lindsay Lohan too. I wanted her to be good so I won’t feel like saying “Aawwww Lindsay” every time I see a picture of her because I feel bad about what she’s become. But NAWL. LiLo didn’t even seem like she tried hard to be entertaining. Why? Let me count the ways.

First of all, Lindsay never seemed to be having fun. Everything she did seemed forced, like Google Maps itself couldn’t even help her find her funny bone. It was that bland.

Second, I know that folks read lines off teleprompters during these skit shows but Lindsay’s was so obvious that it was distracting. At one point, she looked off to the side for so long while reading her lines that I think she might have forgotten this was LIVE and not rehearsal. She #minuswell have just stood there with a piece of paper in her hand and read her lines. Plus, she forgot to include facial expressions as she read these lines. But then again, maybe it’s because her face has been botoxed and injected which brings me to the next point.

BravoAndy Lindsay Lohan shade

I just LOVE me some messy Bravo Andy and he ain’t lying. Lindsay’s face was definitely injected with something. It’s all fluffy, but not in the “I gained 10 pounds” way. It was all “I went to see a doctor in a fancy office” way. Yes, I was afraid of what seeing Lindsay’s skin in HD would look like but she didn’t have to go this far and get her face altered. I mean, I don’t know why she did it. She looks REALLY good for a 45-year old. Too bad she’s 25 doe. O____O.

Hard living and running the streets doing hoodrat things 24/7 WILL take a toll on your face. If Lindsay slowed down a bit, maybe she won’t age like a hobbit. But hey, I’m just tryna help.

There was ONE bright spot in last night’s SNL episode and it was the “Real Housewives of Disney” skit. That joint was HILAR!

Prince Charming being gay had me hollering. And the 7 Dwarfs high-fiving Snow White made me cackle. This skit was at the beginning of the show, and it was the peak. It all went downhill from there.

I don’t know why this episode of SNL was so piss poor. It was completely different in quality from when Maya Rudolph was on it a coupla weeks ago. Even outside of LiLo’s bad acting. The writing was just flat. Maybe Amy Poehler and Tina Fey wrote Maya’s episode because that one gave me what I needed.

Ennehweighs doe, I want Lindsay Lohan to got take a break and come back when she’s ready. She might have done this too quick. TAKE YO TIME, LILO! And SNL? Y’all used to be awesome. What happened? Need more writers? I’m asking. For a friend. Because I know one. She lives in Chicago and has locs and doesn’t have couth. I heard she’s open. INQWA within. 😉

Did y’all watch the show? Whatchu think?

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  1. MObetta
    March 4, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    After that horrible scared straight skit, I turned to CNBC and got my Suze Orman in for the week. LiLo gave me a strong case of the sads. She’s fallen so far so fast.

  2. BlackBerry Molasses
    March 4, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    you totally need to write for SNL. that happens and I’ll start watching it again… because I KNOW I’m going to be dying from FitOLaughteritis.

  3. Marsha S. Haneiph
    March 4, 2012 at 2:21 pm

    Poor Lindsay. Yet another life ruined by her own parents. It’s sad that nobody’s looking out for that girl, even now. 🙁

    Regarding SNL, it’s so uneven. Sometimes it’s great like the Baby Blue Ivy sketch, then others it’s just lame. They need help.

  4. LuckBALady
    March 5, 2012 at 11:46 am

    LiLo needs to go back to red#35 or 56 or whatever it is. I loathe that blond straw hat on her head.

    Yea, after the RHWD, I was out.

    Bless her heart.

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