Watch Lindsay Lohan Destroy A Car Without Ever Changing Her Facial Expression

After the dismal fail of a comeback that was the premiere of her Oprah-sponsored docu-series Lindsay, Lindsay Lohan is ready to give that whole comeback thing another try.  So, she’s decided to team up with Billy Eichner and destroy a car decorated with faces from the cast of How I Met Your Mother because… well I don’t really know why.

I guess we’re supposed to think she’s a fan of the show or something?  And that the only way she can possibly deal with the fact that HIMYM ends next week is to shatter a window covered in Jason Segel’s face?

Right, yeah. I think that’s what we’re supposed to think. Nice try, Lindsay Lohan, but I’m not falling for it. And do you want to know why I’m not falling for it? Because I’ve watched the opening of your little video approximately six billion times in the last 20 minutes, and I’ve gotta tell ya, that expression you’ve got on your face doesn’t read like someone who’s upset. It reads like someone who can’t quite remember why she’s standing next to the tall screaming guy, but if she recites a couple of lines, then he’ll let her take out some rage on a car.

And hey, who can blame the girl? If anyone should have some rage pent up in her system, it’d be LiLo. But seriously, guys, watch this video and tell me you actually think she’s a fan of the show:

Now let’s turn to Billy Eichner. Okay Billy, you got me. I believe you’re upset that the show is ending. And I can only imagine how upset you’ll be if the How I Met Your Mother conspiracy theory about the mother being dead turns out to be true. But I’m still not sure I understand your grieving process here.

I suppose if I had a spare car sitting around just waiting for someone to destroy it, I probably would, too. But why are we giving money to Mayim Bialik? And why didn’t you find a celebrity sidekick who actually seems to care that the show is going off the air? And really, WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO WITH OUR MONDAYS NIGHTS ONCE HIMYM IS OVER?!?

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