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Apparently, Lindsay Lohan has a strange new accent. Okay.

The 30-year-old American actress told the Daily Mail she sounded much different in a viral interview from October because she's learning three new languages. Okay.

"It's a mixture of most of the languages I can understand or am trying to learn," she said. "I've been learning different languages since I was a child. I'm fluent in English and French and can understand Russian and am learning Turkish, Italian and Arabic."

Are you kidding me? Of course she can understand Russian...because of the vodka! She probably getting Rosetta Stoned! That's right, I said it!

Be Well,

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Shay Mitchell says emotional goodbye to 'Pretty Little Liars'
Shay Mitchell is sad but proud to say goodbye to Pretty Little Liars.

The 29-year-old actress, who plays Emily Fields on the Freeform series, shared an emotional farewell video to the show Tuesday after wrapping filming on Season 7 last week.

"Sad, anxious, excited, terrified, inspired, gratified, nervous, unsure, proud, upset, accomplished, relieved, devastated, lucky: I didn't know it was possible to feel so much at once, yet I sit here with all my feelings. It feels like the last day of school with just an extra bit of emptiness," Mitchell said.

"Our show ending is such a weird, unique thing that I have only experienced from where you all are sitting: the viewer's side. I remember shows I watched growing up ending and all that came along with a series finale, yet where I am seated now is so different. I don't know what my life would've looked like without Pretty Little Liars," she added.

Mitchell and her co-stars, including Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson and Troian Bellisario, had shared photos Oct. 26 from their last day on set. Pretty Little Liars premiered in 2010 and will return for part two of its seventh and final season in 2017.

"After [the] summer finale, which is awesome and spectacular, the next ten episodes of the show are really going to be the last ten episodes of the series. We're saying goodbye," series creator I. Marlene King announced on Facebook Live in August.

"It's been such an amazing chapter of our lives and we're so glad that you guys could share it with us," Hale added. "All good things must come to an end, and these last ten episodes are pretty crazy, so we're going out with a bang."

Pretty Little Liars will return to television in April 2017.

"I've learned a new vocabulary. I have a little dictionary - I might actually write the dictionary...It's all those fo' shizzles and everything else. I think it's hysterical."
--Martha Stewart, on what she's taken away from working with Snoop Dogg on their new cooking show, to PEOPLE

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Stars from Garry Marshall's beloved sitcoms to appear on 'The Odd Couple'
Happy Days veterans Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and Don Most are to appear on an upcoming episode of The Odd Couple, CBS announced.

Also expected to pop up on the star-studded, Nov. 7 edition of the show are Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams from Laverne & Shirley, and Pam Dawber from Mork & Mindy.

All of the actors saw their careers skyrocket on shows created by the late Garry Marshall, who developed and was the executive producer of the original television version of The Odd Couple, and served as executive consultant on the current incarnation.

Marshall played Oscar's father, Walter, in the remake, as well. He died in July at the age of 81.

Next week's installment will pay tribute to Marshall by showing Oscar [played by Matthew Perry] as he reconnects with significant people from Walter's life while attempting to realize his father's final wish to have his ashes spread behind the candy factory he used to own.

"The writing staff and everyone on The Odd Couple reboot was thrilled when Garry Marshall joined us as a producer because his shows were part of our TV DNA," executive producer Bob Daily said in a statement Monday. "He was a kind, generous presence on the set, and we loved him dearly. And when we lost him, we knew we had to do something to honor his legacy -- something that, like Garry's work, was both heartfelt and zany. We are so grateful that the stars of these classic shows are able to join us in honoring him."

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Which 'Everybody Loves Raymond' alum got engaged?

Everybody Loves Raymond alum Brad Garrett announced Tuesday that he's engaged.

The 56-year-old actor, who played Robert Barone on the CBS sitcom, confirmed through his agent that he and girlfriend IsaBeall Quella, 32, quietly got engaged in December 2015.

"Brad proposed to IsaBeall after being together seven years on Dec. 27, 2015, in the Winston Churchill suite at New York's Waldorf Astoria as singer/songwriter Marc Cohn played the couple's favorite songs on piano," a spokesperson told People.

Garrett and Quella walked the red carpet together at the 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards in September. The star's show, Fargo, was nominated for eight awards, including Outstanding Limited Series, at the ceremony.

"So grateful to have had this amazing, kind, handsome man as my date last night," Quella captioned a photo of herself with Garrett on Twitter the next day. "#TookHomeThePrize #WasntEvenNominated."

Garrett was previously wed to Jill Diven from 1999 to 2006, and shares 18-year-old son Max and 16-year-old daughter Hope with his ex-wife. He played Joe Bulo on Fargo Season 2, and has also appeared on 'Til Death and Law & Order: SVU.

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