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Tina Fey Waxes Nostalgic About 'Beautiful, Healthy Lindsay Lohan'

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While working on the movie "Mean Girls," Tina Fey was one of the last people to bear witness to a thriving young Lindsay Lohan. A Lohan before her many arrests, bad behavior on set and drinking problems; a Lohan before lip injections and ankle bracelets and crashed Porsches.

And in an interview with Ladies Home Journal, Fey admits that when she thinks back to making the movie, one of the first things that springs to mind is "beautiful, healthy Lindsay Lohan."

Of course, Fey is a class act, so she doesn't go any further than that. We are a class act too, so we won't mention any of the shit that has gone down in Lohan's life since that time either. (Again. We won't mention it again.)

Anyway, Fey also discusses how awesome it was to grow up in the time of "Free to Be...You and Me" and how equally awesome it is that her daughters don't understand the point of half the songs on that album, because of course a woman can grown up to be president. Duh.