REplacelo.jpgJudge Stephanie Sautner was firm with Lindsay Lohan in a progress hearing in an LA court Thursday.

Sautner told Lindsay and her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, that she was frustrated Lohan had not completed more of her community service hours (she needs to complete the hours within one year of sentencing.) Said Sautner:

    "I'm not going to give her five extra minutes. I don't want to hear, 'Oh, I couldn't do it because I was on the set of the John Gotti movie.’”

After two months, Lindsay has completed only four of 60 required days of service.

Sautner also expressed frustration that Lindsay has not enrolled in psychological counseling (another requirement.) The question of whether Lindsay had the funds to do this came up.

“I don’t know whether she’s working, what she’s doing to get an income ... what her prospects are," Sautner said. "She has 21 days to find a counselor.”

The judge mandated that proof that Lindsay is undergoing counseling be sent to the court by August 11, though Lindsay does not have to appear in court that day.

Another progress hearing was set for October 19 at 10 a.m.

So what did Lindsay think of all this? Read what she told the judge after the jump ...