is actually just an old saying.
"...a case of the 'familiar actress-bishop syndrome', ...in which the phrase 'as the actress said to the bishop' is added to any sentence, thereby rendering it sexually suggestive."
"This we decree to hold good only in the case of those that are involved in the aforesaid faults up to the fifteenth (as was said) of the month of January, of the fourth Indiction, decreeing from the present time, and renewing the Canon which declares, that he who has been joined in two marriages after his baptism, or has had a concubine, cannot be bishop, or presbyter, or deacon, or at all on the sacerdotal list; in like manner, that he who has taken a widow
, or a divorced person, or a harlot, or a servant, or an actress, cannot be bishop
, or presbyter, or deacon, or at all on the sacerdotal list."
~THE CANONS OF THE COUNCIL IN TRULLO (A.D. 692) (CANON III)www.newadvent.org/fathers/3814.htm