So, the family and I are watching Kitty Foyle on TCM the other night. Filmed in 1940, Ginger Rogers won an Oscar for her role in this film. There's a scene midway thru the film where she has just lost her job and her boss has offered to keep her on the payroll until she can find something else. She refuses, saying that she won't have trouble finding a job, because she is "young, white, and single." I looked at my wife and daughter and they both had that deer-in-the-headlights look. Did we hear that line correctly?