Transcript for Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds Laid to Rest Together
Finally, here's something truly remarkable. Even in death, Carrie fisher managed to make us laugh in the face of despair. I'll be around. I think I'm my mom's best friend. More than a daughter. My mother really wants me to be an extension of her wishes, an extensi extension of her. Reporter: Tonight the complex relationship between Carrie fisher and Debbie Reynolds, seen chronicled in the new HBO documentary "Bright lights." Originally slated to premiere in March, the film's debut has been moved up to this Saturday in the wake of their successive tragic deaths. I feel dazed in a way. But I like the old days. Reporter: Earlier today Reynolds was laid to rest along with some of fisher's ashes in forest lawn in L.A., a site selected by brother and son Todd Fischer as he told KABC. As I'm standing there, the hummingbirds come. To where we were standing. And I knew that was the right spot. For her and Carrie. Reporter: Todd was seen at the burial holding his sister Carrie's ashes in an urn resembling a prozac pill. A light-hearted nod to Carrie's well-documented battle with depression. On Thursday, a private memorial was held for friends and family in Hollywood. In attendance, meg Ryan, who starred with Carrie in "When Harry met Sally." Someone is staring at you in personal growth. Reporter: Meryl Streep, who sang "Happy days are here again" at the memorial, a tribute to their performance on Oprah in 2011. ??? Happy days are here again ??? Truly a mother-daughter duo for the ages. They'll be missed.
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