2016 took another iconic celebrity this week, as Star Wars legend Carrie Fisher passed away Tuesday morning at the too-soon age of 60. Fisher's immediate rise to fame played a big role in the outspoken and complex person she became, and her career brought her to all manner of projects big and small. Obviously synonymous with the role of Princess Leia that cemented her Hollywood status, Fisher also made her mark on a slew of TV series over the years, usually in hilarious ways. To honor the actress, we're looking back and remembering her eight best television roles, and listing if and where they're available to watch.

Princess Leia - Star Wars Holiday Special

If a TV special is considered so terrible, by both viewers and the studio responsible, that it is never re-aired nor released in any home entertainment format, then it's easy to think that everything involved isn't worth your time. That is mostly the case with 1978's jumbled Star Wars Holiday Special, a severely misguided multi-format tie-in, but its existence is justifiable for two reasons. One, it was the formal introduction for fan favorite bounty hunter Boba Fett. Two, it featured Carrie Fisher's Princess Leia inexplicably singing lyrics to John Williams' iconic Star Wars theme, a move so meta and ridiculous it should never be forgotten.

Where to Watch: Due to its non-official release status, the special isn't something you can buy. But YouTube is sometimes helpful in cases like this.

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