Lindsay Lohan’s New Ad Is Full Of Iconic ‘Mean Girls’ Easter Eggs

A fetch product calls for a fetch spokesperson, so Allbirds turned to Lindsay Lohan to help launch the shoe company’s limited-edition Tree Flyer sneakers in Lux Pink. Of course they tapped her mean girls past because, well, “on Wednesdays we wear pink.” Her new commercial for the brand is full of nods to the 2004 classic comedy – plus other classic Lohan films, including: the parentage and Herbie: fully loaded

The level of detail in the ad is really impressive. Spotting all the nostalgic Easter eggs requires eagle eyes and a deep love for Lohan’s best work. For every obvious mean girls reference, there’s another one that takes a lot of pausing, zooming, and exploring to catch. You have to look at everything from the car parked in her driveway to the snacks on her nightstand. Here’s the malfunction.

Her car

Remember 2005’s Herbie: fully loaded† It can’t be a coincidence that Lohan parked a white Volkswagen Beetle in front of her house. However, unlike Herbie, the ad’s Bug is a convertible and lacks the stripes and number 53.

Hair Bedroom Decor

The first look at Lohan’s house in the ad shows her bedroom, of which she has a piece the parentage history hanging over her bed: a life preserver with “Queen Elizabeth 2” written on it. That’s the ship where her parents were married on screen, not once, but twice.

The stuff on her nightstand

A look that a Lohan’s nightstand also looks back at the parentage† She has a deck of playing cards and a plate of Oreos with peanut butter – both were important parts of Annie and Hallie’s Camp Walden experience.

The color pink

Again, pink is an important color in mean girls and in the ad. Lohan first appears in her bathroom, where there are many shades of pink. Items like her towel, toothbrush, soap and phone case are all pink, plus her outfit.

The online reactions

Speaking of the internet’s reaction to her role as an ongoing spokesperson for Allbirds, Lohan shows off some (fictional) comments on her phone — and there are household names in the mix. The list is inspired by both mean girls and the parentage and includes Regina, Aaron, Gretchen, Karen, Janis, and Damian, as well as Meredith and Chessy. Gretchen’s comment, of course, is, “That’s so good!”

Her Trap Artwork

The camera follows Lohan down her stairs, and lo and behold, there is a hidden meaning in her artwork. One piece features the words “Where Dreams Have No End” – the same ones on her label parentage wedding wine from mom and dad. A second piece shows the continent of Africa, where mean girlsCady Heron spent most of her childhood.

Her Mathlete Background

“I didn’t run fast in high school. I was more of a mathlete,” Lohan jokes, calling herself an “unexpected” spokesperson for Allbirds. It’s a clear reference to Cady’s stint on her school’s math competition team.

The day of the week

The video appeared on Wednesday, June 29 and in it Lohan alludes to the day of the Plastics to wear pink in mean girls† After looking at a row of Allbirds Tree Flyers, she picks out the pink one and says to the camera: is Wednesday.”

The joke “Plastic”

Allbirds are made of natural materials, as Lohan explains, and that prompts her to poke fun at the Plastics, the clique at the center of mean girls† “Always avoid the plastics,” she advises.

The Queen Bee reaction

Allbirds are “perfect for a queen bee like Lindsay Lohan,” as she says in the ad. Sure, Regina George (Rachel McAdams) is the Queen Bee at North Shore High in mean girlsbut Lohan gets to enjoy the status in real life.

Bonus: Pronunciation of her last name

It was a shock to many fans to learn in 2022 that the actor’s last name is pronounced Lo-wen, not Lo-han, meaning we’ve been saying it wrong for years. The star made it all lighthearted towards the end of the ad, pronouncing her last name correctly before using the wrong version to add, “Or is it Lohan?”

Like the rest of the Lindsay Lohan nostalgia we’ve gotten so far this year, the ad gets an A+, no extra credit needed for Mathletes.

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