Late last year, Carrie Fisher passed away and she's still greatly missed. However, fans of her work still have a few more chances to hear from her, not only in the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but also in Family Guy. Fisher voiced Peter Griffin's boss, Angela, and the actress recorded episodes that have still yet to air. The second to last of these will air this Sunday and executive producer Steve Callaghan spoke about working with Fisher for the episode. In true Fisher fashion, it was hilarious, and in true Family Guy fashion, it was hilariously gross.
This week's episode of Family Guy is called "Three Directors," and it involves three different segments of Angela firing Peter filmed in the style of Wes Anderson, Quentin Tarantino, and Michael Bay. Executive producer Steve Callaghan loved everything Fisher did in the episode, but he especially loved watching her record the Michael Bay segment. In addition to probably having plenty of explosions and muscles, there's going to be some real sexy French kissing. Callaghan told Fisher that it would need to be "wet and with lots of tongue" and Fisher ran with it to the moon. Watching Fisher make the gross noises was a delight for Callaghan. Oh, to be a fly on that recording booth wall.
Steve Callaghan told Entertainment Weekly that he loved working with Carrie Fisher on the episode and had to praise her performance in each of the three segments. Not only was she able to nail loud tongue kissing, but she also excelled at the subtler Wes Anderson parts -- pretty much the polar opposite of Michael Bay.
You can watch Carrie Fisher's second to last appearance on Family Guy this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on Fox.
Matt has lived in New Jersey his entire life, but commutes every day to New York City. He graduated from Rowan University and loves Marvel, Nintendo, and going on long hikes and then greatly wishing he was back indoors. Matt has been covering the entertainment industry for over two years and will fight to his dying breath that Hulk and Black Widow make a good couple.
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