Lindsay Lohan starred as a reckless driver in an advert for car insurance during the Super Bowl.
The 'Mean Girls' actress - who has been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) numerous times - poked fun at herself in a commercial for Esurance during the match between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks last night (01.02.15).
Lindsay arrives to pick up two children in the advert, which promoted the insurance company's 'Coverage MyWay' plan, but drives away when they pretend to not know who she is.
After one of the boy's friends tells him his mum "is a terrible driver", he responds saying: "That's not my mum."
Delivering the selling line, Lindsay then replies: "I'm sorta your mum. We're both 25 to 35 years old. We're both women on the go and we've both clocked a lot of miles. Believe me."
The 28-year-old star then speeds off in her mini-van shouting, "Whatever, I'm out of here."
Elsewhere during the Super Bowl adverts, Bryan Cranston reprised his role as chemistry teacher-turned crystal meth dealer Walter White in a commercial for the insurance brand.
The advert showed a woman arriving at a chemist to pick up her prescription only to find the fearless drug lord behind the counter.
The woman says: "My doctor called in a prescription ... You're not Greg?"
Bryan then replies: "I'm sorta Greg ... We're both over 50 years old, we both used to own a Pontiac Aztec. We both have a lot of experience in drugs ... sorry, pharmaceuticals."
The 58-year-old actor then nods to his former role with a famous quote from the series, saying: "So ... say my name".
Lindsay and Bryan's adverts were both part of Esurance's new campaign based on the premise that the age categories insurance companies place drivers in are too wide and not representative.
Meanwhile, 'Sons of Anarchy' actor Danny Trejo appeared as The Brady Bunch's Marcia in a clever advert for Snickers chocolate bars.
The commercial plays on a famous scene from the show where Marcia gets hit in the face by a football before a big date, with Danny angrily confronting Marcia's parents.
Mrs. Brady then hands him a Snickers bar, transforming him back into the sweet-talking Marcia because, "You're not you when you're hungry".