While Fisher would occasionally appear in film and television roles after Return of the Jedi, it was that Dorothy Parker admiration, and the success of Postcards, that would drive her. She'd publish four more novels, three memoirs, and a one-woman show based on her stories (Wishful Drinking) before the end of her life. Her sneakier career was a screenplay "doctor," punching up scripts in dire need of voice. On the set of Star Wars, Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, Fisher would constantly tweak George Lucas' notoriously rigid dialogue (see above). The skill saw her hired for uncredited work on movies you know: Steven Spielberg's Hook, Sister Act, Lethal Weapon 3, The Wedding Singer, and, reportedly, all three Star Wars prequel movies earned the Carrie Fisher pass.