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Carrie Fisher's Thanksgiving Tips: Talking It Out

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Carrie Fisher's Thanksgiving Tips: Talking It Out

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Carrie Fisher's Thanksgiving Tips: Talking It Out

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Writer and actress Carrie Fisher offers a final family gathering tip. If the gathering has been rougher than expected, what can you say on the way out to make it all better?

ALEX CHADWICK, host:

Dear listeners, we've come to the end of our Thanksgiving, family-gathering show. We're back in Carrie Fisher's back yard. You've heard about her one-woman show and her own family history. We're just wondering, suppose you are coming to the end of your Thanksgiving evening or dinner, and things have, well, maybe there've been a few bumps along the way. And is there something you can say on your way out the door to kind of make things all right again?

Ms. FISHER: Well, hasn't this been a wonderful evening? I've never felt quite myself as much as this evening as any other time in the world, and I hope you feel the same way. Happy, happy Thanksgiving.

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