And then there were two.
Lindsay Lohan is due back in a Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday morning for what -- if all goes well -- will be her penultimate date with the legal system.
Her last two progress hearings were as brief as they were glowing, so will it go just as smoothly this time?
Lindsay's rep Steve Honig told E! News that LiLo has been a model probationer and has been keeping pace with the requirements set forth in her seemingly never-ending probation.
"Once again, Lindsay is completely on track to have fulfilled all of her court-ordered requirements by the time of her hearing," he said. "She is on the homestretch now and eager to move her focus to film and television projects."
First among which will be her just-announced "Saturday Night Live" hosting gig March 3. But she has to get through Wednesday's hearing first.
It'll be the third progress hearing for Lindsay, who will once again report to Judge Stephanie Sautner to determine whether she's been in compliance with the terms of her sentence. At the time, Lohan was ordered to complete 12 more days of community service at the morgue and undergo four counseling sessions.
As for Wednesday, no surprises are expected, and Lindsay will likely be doled out the remaining terms of her sentence, among them 17 days of community service and four more therapy outings. So far, she has just one more probation hearing on the docket, set for March 29.
In the meantime, be sure and catch the action as it happens: E! Online will be livestreaming Linday's hearing tomorrow morning starting at 9:30 a.m. PT.