It was only a matter of time before a Lindsay Lohan flick earned an award that wasn't a Razzie.

As it is, Georgia Rule walked away with one of the top nods at the 12th annual Prism Awards Thursday night, getting named Best Feature Film at the gala event which honors the accurate depiction of drugs, alcohol and tobacco across various mediums.

Michael Clayton was honored with the special Bipolar Disorder Depiction Award, while The Sopranos took home the special Mental Health Depiction Award.

On the TV side, Grey's Anatomy and Brothers and Sisters were the big winners of the night, with each series taking home a leading two nods from the ceremony, with Seattle Grace's booze-fueled romantic entanglements earning the show the Best Drama Episode nod.

The Simpsons, meanwhile, earned the comedy equivalent, while Gone Baby Gone's Casey Affleck, Desperate Housewives' James Denton and Brothers and Sisters' Sally Field and Dave Annable each scoring individual wins.

Small screen doc Dr. Drew Pinksy was also honored for his particularly realistic entry into reality shows, receiving the Larry Stewart Award for leadership and inspiration for his previously maligned VH1 series Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew and the special it spawned, Celebrity Rehab Reunion.

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