If Lindsay Lohan truly wants to inspire people, William H. Macy has some advice for her: stop showing up late to the set, you skanky harlot!
Okay, we may have added the last part. But the beloved character actor still had choice words for anyone that isn't punctual during filming.
"It's very very disrespectful ... "There is not an apology big enough in the world to have to make 150 scramble."
Oh, don't worry, William, Lohan didn't really try to apologize for her actions on the set of Georgia Rule.
Macy - who worked with Lohan on the upcoming film "Bobby," and said that she was "pretty late" getting to the set - did acknowledge that she isn't alone in this disrespectful act. He stated that anyone arriving late "should have their asses kicked."
As we all know, Lohan is used to other things being done to her ass.
Finally, Macy expressed consternation and fear about Lohan and other young cohorts who get rich and famous in their teens:
"I worry about these young kids â€" 15, 18, 20 years old â€" who in the span of one year become millionaires and powerhouses. It's too much power for a kid that age to handle."
In response, Britney Spears - pregnant, holding her poorly dressed son and sitting through her husband's inane excuse for a rap performance - said she can handle all the money and power just fine, thank you!