Lindsay Lohan may be ready to have her once-estranged father, Michael Lohan, back in her life, but she's not interested in his relationship advice. In the above preview of OWN's new docu-series, "Lindsay," Michael and Lindsay are out at lunch when the conversation turns to her social life.
Things quickly go south when Michael brings up Gavin Doyle, Lindsay's former nightclub pal. Michael thinks some of Lindsay's friends have been a bad influence, and his comments upset her.
"See, now you're getting me angry – because you weren't good for me for a long time in my life," Lindsay says to her father.
Michael, an admitted drug addict who has been in and out of Lindsay's life, tells her he accepts that she feels that way. Later, Lindsay explains why her friends are important to her, despite what her father or the press may say about them.
"They may go out and do what they want to do, but they're not the type of people who are going to do that around me, and that's what matters to me," Lindsay says. "They're good people, they're not bad people. And they've been there for me when I didn't have other people –- when other people weren't."