Lindsay Lohan is trying to have a relationship with her father—but they don't appear to be seeing eye to eye just yet.
In a clip from Sunday's second episode of the already controversial OWN series Lindsay, the embattled actress gets close to losing her cool during a talk with Michael Lohan when he continues to insist that certain people in her life just aren't good for her.
Michael appears to note that whatever he's saying about her friends, she has said similar things, but Lindsay isn't having it.
"And I said it and I generalized it," she says. "It's not my place to start naming names...but you do that, you name names. It's wrong."
"Why? Because I mention the people in your life that weren't good to you?" Michael asks.
To which his daughter fires back: "Because they're people that you don't think were good for people. See, now you're getting me angry—because you weren't good for me for a long time in my life!"
Staying pretty calm, Michael replies, "Well, if that's what you believe, that's fine, honey, I accept that though. I totally accept that."
Lindsay later explains her reaction during one of her show's address-the-camera scenes:
"So my dad makes a nasty comment about my friends, it hurts me," she says. "They're at places in their lives, as long as they're not bringing that into my life now, then it's fine to have them in my life. They may go out and do what they want to do but they're not the kind of people who are going to do it around me, and that's what matters to me."
Presumably by "it" she just means "party really hard."
"They're good people," she continues, shaking her head. "They're not bad people And they've been there for me when I didn't have other people that were, you know, when other people weren't."
This conversation with her dad was of course filmed before the publication this week of a list that purported to be of male celebrities whom Lindsay has hooked up with over the years. Jamie Dornan, Zac Efron and Joaquin Phoenix were among those named, but not surprisingly no one leaped out of his chair to confirm or deny.
In an interview with a Minneapolis radio station, Michael slammed In Touch for printing what he insists is a bogus list, but said that he talked to Lindsay about it the day prior and she wasn't particularly upset.
"She's really nonchalant about things...she's like, 'Dad, it's just another thing, it doesn't even bother me,'" he said.
The second installment of Lindsay airs Sunday at 10 p.m. on OWN.