Herald Sun - Switched On - - Saturday -

LIND­SAY Lo­han: can she come back? I’m go­ing with yes. She looked lovely on the cover of Van­ity Fair last year. Beau­ti­ful navy dress, fin­ger wave in the hair, charm bracelet . . . But she can act, is the thing. Go on — laugh. But why don’t you watch The Par­ent Trap tonight and then see how you feel.

She plays iden­ti­cal twins sep­a­rated at birth, so she has to be sim­i­lar yet not quite. Yes, ter­ri­bly de­mand­ing. She to­tally nailed it.

She also gave a fine per­for­mance in Freaky Fri­day. Jamie Lee Cur­tis plays her mother whose body she some­how swaps with.

Some­thing to do with a for­tune cookie and a Chi­nese res­tau­rant.

I can’t quite re­call whether Lind­say ends up hav­ing to sleep with her own fa­ther dur­ing the tran­si­tive phase, but I think I might have to watch it again and find out. Though the 2.30pm times­lot tells me she prob­a­bly doesn’t.

It’s a lit­tle bit an­noy­ing that Hat­ing Ali­son Ashley is on at al­most the same time.

S’pose that’s what the red but­ton on the ma­chine’s for. It’s been on TV be­fore — they all have, ev­ery­thing has — but you should record this or watch it if you re­mem­ber.

It’s charm­ing and amus­ing

First movie: Delta Goodrem fun. Craig McLach­lan, Jean Kitt­son, and Delta Goodrem in her first (only?) movie, but Saskia Burmeis­ter is re­ally the star here. A for adorable.

And did you all swoon and carry on over Javier Bar­dem in Eat Pray Love? Please.

Maybe you should watch No Coun­try For Old Men tonight, where he carts an oxy­gen tank around and walks up to peo­ple and holds the hose to their head and lights out. No real rea­son. Hat­ing Ali­son Ashley Chan­nel 10,2pm Freaky Fri­day Chan­nel 7, 2.30pm The Par­ent Trap Chan­nel 7, 7.30pm No Coun­try For Old Men SBS One, 10.05pm

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