Star Wars icon Carrie Fisher has died, leaving fans and colleagues mourning. Things aren't all sad, though, as Fisher's long and celebrated career has left us with many gems to enjoy over and over again.
Fisher's best comedic performance was arguably her one-off appearance on Tina Fey's 30 Rock, in season 2 episode 4, "Rosemary's Baby".
In perfect send-up of her own life, Fisher plays a '60s comedy writer that Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) idolized. When Liz wants to bring some feminine power to her show, TGS, she reaches out to Rosemary (Fisher) for help. In a delicious slow-burn descent into zany lunacy, Fisher starts out offering sound feminist rhetoric, until Liz probes deeper and realizes that Rosemary is now a deranged and lonely old lady.
Fisher's final dialogue in the episode was a great Star Wars callback that made viewers geek out with glee.
Where to Watch: If you want to see Carrie Fisher's epiosde of 30 Rock, you can find it HERE on Netflix. Click the link, and enjoy Fisher's comedic skills in full display.