Not even a "oh, that wasn't a sex list, we were just playing a movie trivia game" or anything like that. [Us Weekly]Oh hey, while we're talking about Lindsay Lohan, maybe you should go ahead and treat yourself to this clip of Lohan's recent appearance on Billy Eichner's great quasi-game show Billy on the Street.
Even here, in Franco's denial that he ever slept with Lohan, he casually confirms that he believes Lohan actually handwrite a list of supposed conquests on a Scattergories scorecard and leave it in a hotel bar. So it's official: 100% of us believe Lohan definitely made this list.
Thus, John sends Kyle Reese, a young soldier, and a reprogrammed Series 800 Terminator to the past to protect Sarah Connor and young John Connor respectively.
John Connor was born to Sarah Connor on February 28, 1985 (Terminator 2: Judgment Day).
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Like all historically important documents--the United States Constitution, the Declaration of Independence--Lindsay Lohan's handwritten conquest list deserves to be encased in bulletproof glass and displayed in the National Archives. And should the Good Lord ever see fit to bless us with a third National Treasure film, it's the intrigue surrounding this document that should send Nicolas Cage on a globe-trotting adventure of shouting and punching.
Ever since 's intrepid sources first snagged this written exercise in actor defamation we've been riveted anew by Lohan's pre-sobriety lifestyle and predilection for high quality beef, but now we're starting to hear from the alleged conquests themselves about it.
On the brink of extinction, John Connor united the despairing humans and taught them to fight, storm the camps and overcome the Terminator guards.
Much of the Resistance was created from these survivors.