Amy: Sometimes you just have to take charge. I remember that, when I was doing Felicity it looked like it would conflict with The '70s. I really wanted the chance to play this wild party girl on the miniseries, but I also knew that getting pregnant on Felicity was something I had to do. Finally I called up J.J. Abrams, the Felicity producer and I told him I really wanted to do both and I needed him to help me. That little phone call kept me on the show. I realized how important it was to speak up and not get caught in having an agent or somebody else speak for you. I charged ahead, and I got what I wanted.