“Take This Job And Shove It” Hollywood Style

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How many of us have wanted to say Take This Job and Shove It? I’m sure you’ve all heard about the Jet Blue flight attendant who did just that.  The 38-year-old flight attendant allegedly cursed out an entire aircraft, grabbed a beer and then exited the plane by deploying the emergency slide. Dramatic or what???

Here are 8 of the most memorable moments the movies have given us of saying, “I quit!”

1. The “Mad as Hell” method

‘Network’ (1976)

Even if you’ve never seen this cynical ’70s flick, you definitely know this famous rant: “I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore!” It’s actually not a scene in which anchorman Howard Beale (Peter Finch) quits his job, but it is one where he completely loses it and urges everyone watching at home to do the same thing. He orders the audience, “I want you to get up right now, open it, stick your head out the window and yell, ‘I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!'” and sure enough, people everywhere are just as mad as he is.

The “Don’t get mad, get even” method

‘Working Girl’ (1988)

When your boss sets you up with someone who offers you inappropriate come-ons instead of the job you were expecting, here’s what you do: Spray champagne all over the horndog, then march back to the office and broadcast the message that your backstabbing boss is a “sleazoid pimp.” Then walk out, head held high.

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