HBO's documentary "Bright Lights" featuring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds during some of their last years aired Saturday. The movie featured a plethora of funny and poignant moments between the famous mother-daughter duo.
Here are TooFab's 8 biggest takeaways from director Alexis Bloom and Fisher Stevens' doc.
Reynolds was hooked on her older model flip phone. When Fisher teased her mother for the archaic communication device, the 84-year-old Reynolds said: "I don't want to buy a new one. The old phone works fine. Just dandy."
Fisher's eclectically-decorated house featured a Princess Leia sex doll and a piano in her bathroom. About her home, Fisher said, "My house, I love it. It's like scavenger hunting."
Though Fisher's brother Todd was charged with helping out in making his sister's final arrangements, Carrie revealed that the two weren't the most compatible during childhood, and she often found herself jealous of her younger brother. "We didn't grow up with each other," she said. "We grew up around each other. Like trees. We weren't made with each other in mind."
Fisher revealed that she lost her virginity to fellow actor Griffin Dunne. Dunne, who remained close friends with Fisher through the years and who appeared on the documentary, never had a romantic relationship with the star. Of Dunne, Fisher said: "He relieved me of the burden of my hymen." Dunne responded, "That's what a real friend does. They always say sex can ruin a friendship, but we were young enough that it didn't."
Fisher was hooked on soda Coca-Cola -- which seemed appropriate, as her father Eddie Fisher was a former spokesperson for the company and was referred to as "The Coca-Cola Kid" for a time.
Throughout her 8-decade career, Reynolds revealed that she was only nervous once: When performing for the Queen of England alongside the late Bob Hope. "The crown, the jewels, kind of threw me a little bit," she said. "But I don't [normally] get nervous. I just have a good time."
During footage of Reynolds' Las Vegas farewell performance, she gave poignant advice. The "Singin' in the Rain" actress said: "The only way to make it through life is to fight. You don't get there the easy way. If you feel sorry for yourself and you let yourself go down, you will drown."
Fisher and her formerly estranged father mended fences before his 2010 death. About her father, Fisher said: "My father, the way I had a relationship with him really is I became his parent. And that's the way to have the relationship. So I got to know him as there was less of him to know."
As TooFab reported, Carrie Fisher died on Dec. 27, 2016 after suffering a heart attack days prior. Reynolds followed suit and passed away after suffering a stroke on Dec. 28, 2016 -- the very day after her daughter's sudden death.