First Look at Lindsay Lohan's Drama-Filled Appearance on '2 Broke Girls'

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Get ready for Lindsay Lohan as one seriously demanding bride.

Yahoo and "The Insider" have your exclusive first look at Lindsay as a demanding bride-to-be on the hit CBS show "2 Broke Girls," set to air on Monday. In the episode, Max and Caroline (Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, respectively), are trying desperately to get a custom cake uptown in time for Lohan's character's wedding in order to get paid.

From the sounds of it, that's where the drama of Lohan's appearance ends. Despite rumors of diva-like behavior by the trouble-prone actress, the cast came to her defense.

[Related: How Does Lindsay's Film Career Keep Going?]

"This article is complete bull---t," Dennings tweeted on March 14, referring to a gossip site article claiming Lindsay had been difficult on set. "Lindsay was prepared, sweet to everyone, & professional. Not nice to spread lies."

But is another primetime cameo enough to help Lohan get her acting career — and her professional reputation — back on track?

Lohan's latest attempt at a comeback has been documented on her eponymous OWN docu-series, but the show isn't all chats with her sober coach and shopping trips. In last week's episode, she admitted to breaking her post-rehab sobriety this past fall, and previous episodes showed her receiving a call from Oprah Winfrey herself telling her to "cut the bull---t" when she kept changing her schedule. But after some initial viewer interest, the show has struggled to gain ratings traction.

Lindsay made two major TV cameos in 2013. First she played herself alongside Charlie Sheen in an April episode of FX's "Anger Management." In it, faux-Lindsay hires Charlie to be her therapist but ends up sleeping with him instead. The appearance was a ratings hit, but Sheen later come out and admitted that there were difficulties with Lohan on the set.

"Day 1 was fabulous. She was on time. Hit every mark. Made us look off our game (which we weren't)," he told Jay Leno. But problems hit on the second day of taping. "It was as though she had us held hostage because she gave us half the show... She had an earache and was a little bit... four hours late. She was a couple of hours late. She was really not feeling well. We just worked around it."

Sheen also clarified reports that Lohan had stolen props from the set. "It's true but it's not true. Nothing further your honor," he joked, adding, "She borrowed some stuff and then was told they would take it out of her paycheck, and she said fine and that's all it was."

Lohan then made a brief cameo in the November 2013 series finale of Danny McBride's HBO comedy "Eastbound & Down, playing an adult version of Danny's character's daughter during a slightly bizarre dream sequence where she didn't have any dialogue. McBride seemed pleased with LiLo's performance.

"She was actually great. What was most interesting was the news stories that followed," he told Vulture. "She was kind enough to come in and do a very small thing for us, and there was coverage on it for a week — even made-up stories about the crew's reaction to what she had done. She was great and did a good job, but it was just very interesting to see how that news cycle works around her."

Lindsay also guest-hosted "Chelsea Lately" on E! in August 2013, just after leaving her 90-day mandatory rehab stint, and won positive marks from critics for her one-night stand.

In 2012, the same year Lohan starred as Elizabeth Taylor in the excoriated TV movie "Liz & Dick," she played self-deprecating version of herself on "Glee" — and, again, rumors of behind-the-scenes drama swirled. While none were really ever confirmed or denied, the cast's middling comments about the experience seemed to paint a picture that it wasn't exactly a picnic.

"From what we know, she did her stuff and we were busy shooting ours," Chris Colfer told MTV News

Lohan's most incendiary TV drama came in 2008, when she had a multi-episode arc on "Ugly Betty" that was cut from six episodes to four after reports of clashes with the show's star, America Ferrera, and, well, just about everyone else. Production sources told tales of nasty pranks, dressing room destruction, and more.

But the somewhat steady TV work on TV, Lohan has not translated to high-profile movie offers. After forgettable films like "Scary Movie 5" and "The Canyons," Lohan only has one film project in the pipeline: the indie thriller "Inconceivable," which she has touted on her OWN show but has yet to find a director or co-stars.