December 30th, 2010
09:57 AM ET
The folks at "Glee" may have hit a sour note with Lindsay Lohan after calling her crazy and joking about her numerous rehab stints, but Matthew Morrison, for one, isn't planning to make nice anytime soon.
"You know, when it comes to 'Glee,' I think everyone is fair game," the 32-year-old actor tells "Access Hollywood." "We poke fun at ourselves all the time. I don't think anyone really gets away from the 'Glee' scathing… Sorry, Lindsay!"
The offending episode, which aired in November, featured Gwyneth Paltrow as a substitute Spanish teacher who incorporated 24-year-old Lohan's mental state and rehab stays into her lesson plan.
Hopefully, Katie Couric will lay off Lohan when she appears on the February 6 post-Super Bowl episode. According to Morrison, the "CBS Evening News" anchor plays herself and comes to McKinley High to interview Coach Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) as part of a piece on the "20 Biggest Losers of the Year."
"We did this impromptu dance together. She showed me this thing called the pretzel," Morrison tells "Access Hollywood" of Couric, 53. "She was so much fun. I love her. She's such a great energy."
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