Dina Lohan Wants To Sue Glee For Making Fun Of LindsayS

  • Dina Lohan would like to take legal action against Glee for mocking Lindsay Lohan.

In Tuesday's episode, Gwyneth Paltrow's character called Lindsay "totally crazy" and asked her students to discuss how many times Lindsay has been to rehab. Dina says, "Our lawyers are sending a letter." And: "Lindsay has an issue that millions of people around the world are dealing with yet Glee is treating addiction as a laughing matter." Dina might as well try to sue the entire internet, and the snarly teenaged girl I saw at the pizza place, who was also talking smack about Linds. [Gossip Cop]

  • Speaking of Glee, expect a "Thriller" mashup during the Super Bowl episode. Nothing says football like zombies! [EW]
  • More Glee: Hottie Harry Shum Jr. — also known as Mike Chang — will be promoted to a series regular next season. Fantastic decision. More of him, less of that blond kid. Also, why do the Asians have to date Asians and the black people have to date black people? [E!]
  • Are you one of those people who believes everyone gets what they deserve? Consider this: Two And A Half Men was sold into syndication for seven more years yesterday, meaning Charlie Sheen, the man who gets about $1.25 million per episode, just made another chunk of cash. America! [NY Post, Janet Charlton's Hollywood]
  • Eva Longoria's husband Tony Parker is being accused of sending hundreds of texts to a mystery woman, and she may be Erin Barry, the wife of San Antonio Spurs player Brent Barry. The Barrys are in the midst of a divorce. [TMZ]
  • There's some more info about Erin Barry here. [NYDN]
  • Eva Longoria discussed her divorce on Twitter, writing: "We love each other deeply and pray for each other's happiness." [People]
  • Oksana Grigorieva was on with Larry King last night and said of Mel Gibson: "At the beginning of our relationship he did say, 'There is a dark side of me I don't want you to ever see… because it will destroy us.'" Yeah, that's a red flag. [WonderWall]
  • When Jake Gyllenhaal talks about sex and football, is he trying to say "I'm sooo straight" ? [Vulture]
  • Oliver Platt has instructed Jake Gyllenhaal to chant "I am not Justin Timberlake." [Page Six]
  • Amy Winehouse mini tour! In Brazil. [BBC News]
  • Unsolicited Uterus Update: Mom-to-be Alanis Morissette is having a boy. [WonderWall]
  • Demi Lovato's family will visit her in the treatment facility for Thanksgiving. [NY Post]
  • The part we like best about the rumor that Gavin Rossdale being in talks with the Food Network to host his own cooking show is that there's a possibility Kingston will make an appearance in the kitchen. Coolest kid ever. [Gatecrasher]
  • Maksim Chmerkovsky on Dancing With The Stars: "This season has just been ridiculous since day one." Subtext: WTF is up with Bristol? Anyway, Maks is rooting for Kyle Massey. [E!]
  • Brandy thinks it's an "outrage" that Bristol is going to the DWTS finals. [NYDN]
  • Kathy Griffin's show My Life On The D List may not return for a seventh season. "I don't think it will come back, especially not as the same show it was," Griffin says. "I would love to do a hybrid show, like a half-scripted kind of thing or something based on what I built on My Life on the D List and what I experience, but not a full-on reality show. I need to maybe give my mom a break so she doesn't have to drink quite as much boxed wine. I could have someone play my mom because she's a legend at this point." [EW]
  • Did MTV steal a writer's idea? Christopher Gambale claims he pitched a show called Guidos way back in 2006, and Jersey Shore is basically the same thing. [Gatecrasher]
  • Congrats to Chris Daughtry and his wife, who welcomed twins on Wednesday. [Access Hollywood]
  • "Golf is a self-centered game. That self-reliance made me think I could tackle the world by myself…The physical pain from that car accident has long healed. But the pain in my soul is more complex and unsettling." — Tiger Woods, in Newsweek. [Page Six]
  • "I definitely hooked up with a lot of girls when I was a young guy on Broadway. It was exciting. Very joyous and free." — Matthew Morrison. [NYDN]