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A hypochondriac believes he is dying, and makes plans for his wife which she discovers and misunderstands.
In the country club car park where Hudson and Day enter their convertible it has no rear view mirror
George... Does it bother you that Judy may marry this guy and, you know and...
George Kimball: You mean...
Arnold Nash: Yeah.
George Kimball: No, Arnold. She wouldn't think of that with another man. All she needs now is a companion. Someone to walk with... over the hill and down the other side.
When Dr. Morrissey is delivering fish to Judy, she mentions that George is dying. Dr. Morrissey starts laughing and sits down, taking his glasses off. In the next shot the glasses are back on.
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