I didn't think you were, Tamara. Like I said, I was laughing. But I also had a vision. Mine wasn't in a movie though. Mine was real. When I graduated, options for women were pretty limited. Clerical, nurse, teacher, teller were pretty much it for most women. As late as the 1980s a bank officer told me he wanted my husband to co-sign for a $2500 car I was buying, even though I was well qualifed for it myself. (I refused.) And note, there were no female bank officers to discuss it with. :-)
We have come pretty far since then, so the picture of anyone thinking a pregnant woman didn't belong in certain places made me laugh, although it also made me sad. Like that movie scene you referred to. I saw it too. And I thought, "Why should they be refused entrance to a club because one is old and the other pregnant?"
But mostly I laughed, because at least we aren't stuck in Victorian England, where ladies had to stay INDOORS when pregnant, couldn't work unless it was as a servant, and could not leave abusive husbands because their husbands owned all their assets.
So in that sense, I found it funny. Because we have come a long way, baby.