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Animated series ‘Family Guy’ brings ode to death Carrie Fisher

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Almost two years after her death, the American actress Carrie Fisher a private funeral in the animated series ‘Family Guy’. The ‘Star Wars’actress spoke since 2005 the voice of Angela, the boss of the main character Peter Griffin.

In the ninth episode of the seventeenth season, who yesterday premiered, remember Peter died boss with small nods to Fishers career. “Fearless, spontaneous, honest. Towards themselves and the world around her. She had elegance, courage and an unmatched zest for life. They may be dead, but her voice lives on in dvds, Hulu Plus, and small projectieboodschappen of ‘droids’.”

Griffin closes with: “I should a boss have lost, but heaven has a princess in it.” The sketch closes with a comical twist when Griffin realizes that he is in the wrong funeral.

On 23 december 2016 was Fisher during a flight from London to Los Angeles by United Airlines hit by a severe heart attack, while she’s on her way back was of Bruges home. So died four days later at the age of 60. A day later died of her 84-year-old mother, Debbie Reynolds, after she was admitted to hospital with a stroke. In June 2017, it was announced that there are several types of drugs were found in Fishers blood.

Fisher became famous for her portrayal of Princess Leia in the original ‘Star Wars’-trilogy. In ‘The Force Awakens’ (2015) played that character again. In 2017 she was last seen in ‘The Last Jedi’, the most recent ‘Star Wars’movie, where they earlier scenes had been included.

Recently it became known that Fisher also will be shown in the final part of the latest trilogy, that by the end of next year. Director J. J. Abrams has let us know that he was unused material for use. ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ will come out on december 20, 2019.

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