Come Fly with Me (1963)
Donna Stuart: Well now, what stimulating topic shall we discuss at dinner?
Carol Brewster: There's always the farm problem.
Donna Stuart: Too controversial. How about sex?
Hilda 'Bergie' Bergstrom: [after her date with Walter Lucas] Anyway, there won't be any next time.
Donna Stuart: Did old Tex do wrong by our girl?
Hilda 'Bergie' Bergstrom: Nope... Laid his cards right out on the table. His wife died a few months ago. Taking the long-distance cure. Sort of liked *me* to provide the medicine.
Hilda 'Bergie' Bergstrom: [continues] Thanks, I've travelled that road. It's paved with flypaper!
Donna Stuart: Hey, you've got a pretty dismal outlook there.
Hilda 'Bergie' Bergstrom: I've heard all of the propositions. Even a proposal - the one I accepted at the ripe old age of 18. It was what they call a storybook romance. Whirlwind courtship, runaway marriage, and a glamorous two-week honeymoon all the way to Tucson, Arizona. And that's where his first wife showed up... with a small complaint. It seems he forgot to get a divorce. Maybe that explains my outlook.