She wasn't just Princess Leia. The late Carrie Fisher wasn't just a movie star, an author, a mental health advocate, and just a generally hilarious person—she also occasionally dabbled in the small screen, stealing scenes on some of our favorite shows. These are just some of the most memorable.
Fisher appeared as Celia's (Elizabeth Perkins) divorce lawyer, Arlene Cutter.
We wouldn't put Fisher's hosting stint at the top of our list, but that Obi Kenobi beach song was pretty damn catchy.
Fisher lent her iconic voice to one episode of the sitcom, where she played an insomniac who called into Frasier's radio show for help, only for Frasier to be too sleepy to listen to her call.
Fisher played herself as Sheldon (Jim Parsons) accompanied James Earl Jones on a prank at Carrie's house. Fisher and Jones had never met before filming that scene, despite Jones having played the voice of Darth Vader.
Fisher competed against Laverne (Penny Marshall) at impressing Hugh Hefner in order to earn the last spot as a Playboy Bunny, and she got offered the job, despite nearly lighting Mr. Hefner's face on fire. It was hilarious.
Fisher appeared in two episodes of the Bravo dramedy as Abby's (Lisa Edelstein) long-time editor.
Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) once made the mistake of sleeping with a guy (Vince Vaughn) who she thought was a Hollywood agent...only to then discover he was actually just a Hollywood assistant, house sitting for Carrie Fisher. Fisher was none too pleased.
Fisher played Pauline Kahn, the editor-in-chief at the Daily Planet who gave Chloe (Smallville) her shot at an internship with the paper (after initially turning her down).
Fisher took a job at Deadline Hollywood as reporter Anna Fowler in an episode of the HBO comedy.
Fisher appeared in four episodes of the hilarious British comedy as Rob's (Rob Delaney) outspoken mother Mia, who was less than enthused about her son's "foreign baby" with what was supposed to be a one night stand.
Fisher lent her voice to 20 episodes of the Fox comedy as Angela, Peter's (Seth MacFarlane) gingivitis-ridden boss.
Liz (Tina Fey) learned the hard way that she shouldn't meet her heroes when Fisher played Rosemary Howard, a feminist writer who turned out to be a little more extreme (and a little less stable) than she imagined.
In her 2010 HBO documentary, Fisher was honest, hilarious, and happy to make fun of anything and everything she could. She also proved once again that she's a hell of a storyteller, and rewatching it only proves what a superstar we've lost.
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