Lindsay Lohan's comeback stalls on 'The Tonight Show'

Chatting with Jay Leno on Tuesday about "Liz & Dick," the new, destined-to-be-a-camp-classic Lifetime movie, Lindsay Lohan seemed nervous in a way that was more excruciating than endearing. She was back to a version of her natural hair color — a tiny step in the right direction — but otherwise there were few outward signs that she's destined for a comeback. Lohan was evasive when asked about her last-minute cancellation on Barbara Walters, saying only "the timing wasn't right right now." When it came to the subject of her just-discovered half-sister and estranged father, she was decidedly less so: "I guess I could give her one word of advice: Good luck with my dad." Full story: Lindsay Lohan's comeback stalls on 'The Tonight Show' | VIDEO: Lindsay Lohan harassed her way into 'Liz & Dick,' she says
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