Originally posted by Roger Ebert:
Then there is the character of the couple's pregnant nanny and housekeeper, Amy, played by Lauren Tom. Amy is onscreen only briefly, but is written and acted with such a perfect feel for tone and dialogue that she seems immediately real. She knows all about not enabling. One night as the kids are screaming and Michael is going berserk, she roots herself in the kitchen, preparing her own dinner. She knows what is her problem and what is not her problem. She has a line of dialogue ("It worked" ) that, in context, is both unexpected and perfect.
[Elzar]My respect for Roger Ebert just knocked up a few notches. Bam! [/Elzar]