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We know that today's Roger Friedman Fox 411 column revealed that Lindsay Lohan has abandoned her frequently dehydrated ways to become the Fiji water-toting, teetotaling picture of temperance, responsibility, and all-around sugar-and-spice-and-everything-nice-ness, but there was a time not too long ago when the actress was rumored to not have the best on-set habits or attendance records. The WOW Report posts this account of the antics on the set of Herbie: Fully Loaded which earned Lohan the undying love and devotion of her co-workers:

So I see that Ms. Lohan is refuting the accusations made against her. It sounds to me that her behavior is exactly the same inconsiderate sh*t she pulled on the Herbie production. She stayed out all night, and then the doctor announced that Ms Lohan had asthma the next day. She played the exhaustion card a couple of times. Too tired from shooting to bear another day of shooting. She calls in sick one day and we find out she is across town shooting a day with her then-boyfriend on That 70's Show. Another day she has the "doctor" call in Ms Sickie's fake ailment, because she was shooting her own music video the night before. Many mornings during the Herbie show were rescheduled according to the Puffy Face Report. The Princess was able to make the production [crew] recreate the desert race sets closer to the Four Seasons. She said she had signed on "to do a film in Los Angeles" and El Mirage was too hot and too fa

The rest of the story is here, but because we're now living in a world starring a reformed Lohan, we must forget about the missed Herbie set calls and questionable excuses for hangover-related absences and focus on the positive things that her publicist has carefully instructed her to share with the media, like this brave desire to accompany Hillary Clinton on a trip to visit the troops in Iraq. It's just the right note to hit in this crucial time of image rehabilitation; a story expressing Lohan's wish to join the ghost of Mother Teresa on a leper-hugging mission in Calcutta might might seem like overkill to skeptics, while the backdrop of the war-torn desert clearly provides other opportunities for dehydration-related excuses should the actress backslide into her old ways.