Making A Lifetime Movie Is Hard
Deadline says that two crew members in the hair department of Lifetime's Liz & Dick had to leave production early on Friday, because they were so worked out and had to be treated for "severe dehydration and exhaustion" at the hospital. Most of us had to be treated for exhaustion after we laughed out our last breath from LiLo saying that she passed out after working 85 hours in 4 days, but a source says she isn't lying. The source says that every crew member has been working their assholes off 20 hours a day, every day.
Liz & Dick's shooting schedule is only 20 days long, so everyone involved has been doing some slave labor shit to get that mess done. To which I say, WHYYYYYYY? They're making a Lifetime movie, they're not creating an important piece of cinema like a remake of Showgirls or something. If you're an ER doctor and some thirsty and tired bitch comes, because they're killing themselves to make a Lifetime movie, you should treat them with a slap to the face and tell them to slap their boss. It's not that serious. It's a Lifetime movie. Most of the audience is going to sleep while watching it, so the crew should sleep while making it.
I'm still not buying it, though.
Either this is just a PR cover for Lazy Bitch Lohan or those hairdressers accidentally inhaled too many of those funny-looking "dandruff flakes" on LiLo's scalp.