Doesn’t this feel more true with every passing “event?”
Whoa. Apparently, Twitter was invented so that pretty much everyone I follow can snark about Liz and Dick. Mazel tov!
— The Rude Pundit (@rudepundit) November 26, 2012
Lifetime knew exactly what it was doing when it cast Lindsay Lohan in an unintentional hilarious biopic about the relationship between Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The film, as you might expect, didn’t do so hot with critics, and it certainly provided the Twitter folk with all the snark fodder they need.
I flipped to Liz & Dick for five seconds and it was clear that Lindsay Lohan will beg for any role that allows her to smoke freely.
— Drew Magary (@drewmagary) November 26, 2012
Liz and Dick will get a great rating. It's Train Wreck TV. Lifetime is brilliant. They should have Lindsay play Jackie O next.
— Bill Simmons (@BillSimmons) November 26, 2012
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) November 26, 2012
Hezbollah takes credit for Lifetime's Liz and Dick.
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) November 26, 2012
I get the feeling the phrase "It is what it is" was said a lot in the editing room. #lizanddick
— Aimee Mann (@aimeemann) November 26, 2012
I was watching Liz & Dick and my wife asked if I'd rather she kick me in the nuts instead. I'm heading out to buy an ice pack.
— Savan Kotecha (@Savan_Kotecha) November 26, 2012
In their defense, everyone else in #LizAndDick thought they were making "Innocence of Muslims. "
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) November 26, 2012
I am watching it again. What's wrong with me? #lizanddick
— amelia (@xoamelia) November 26, 2012
Author Bret Easton Ellis claimed he actually liked it, but his contrarian taste must be called into question after he said he only watches Breaking Bad because he wants to hump Walt Jr.
I'm thoroughly enjoying and consistently amused by Liz & Dick. The haters went overboard on this one.
— Bret Easton Ellis (@BretEastonEllis) November 26, 2012