Dear Heart (1964)
Evie Jackson: They're after me, you know.
Harry Mork: [laughs] What for?
Evie Jackson: Oh, a fourth at bridge, getting tables in restaurants. There comes a time when women band together. Sometimes they don't even call each other by their first names. Because they're not even friends.
Miss Tait: We missed you at the awards banquet, Miss Jackson.
Evie Jackson: We ate Japanese.
Miss Tait: We had creamed chicken.
Harry Mork: You sorry you missed the banquet?
Evie Jackson: Oh, I've forgotten every banquet I ever went to. But I'll always remember the one I missed!
Evie Jackson: I'm a postmaster. I suppose I should say "postmistress" but that sounds a bit racy to me.
Harry Mork: You know I like the get well designs, and the birthday, but what's this anniversary here? You've drawn the wife with half a head.
Mitchell: That's the way I see wives.
Harry Mork: Well that is the messiest pile of trays I have ever seen in a hotel corridor.
Evie Jackson: Did you see how we just came in, Harry? Got a table right away. Isn't life easy when there are two of you?
Harry Mork: It shocks me, and I'd be very pleased if you liked me enough to be shocked too.