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That’s what your superiors are for – to keep you completely in the dark. Alan Bleasdale, Boys from the Black Stuff: Jobs for the Boys 1982 ***** Donald the Social Security Officer

 

 

Meet the British boss class: it was widely accepted that British management in the late sixties and early seventies was not the natural home of fresh dynamic thinking.  Kirsty Young, The British at Work: Them and US 1964-1980, BBC 2011

 

 

I sit on a man’s back, choking him and making him carry me, and yet assure myself and others that I am very sorry for him and wish to ease his lot by all possible means – except by getting off his back.  Leo Tolstoy

 

 

Remember this: no matter who you are, or how high you go, theres always a wanker boss.  The Great Train Robbery II: A Copper's Tale ***** head rozzer, BBC 2013

 

 

Things have changed around here; I’m the boss of this fucking Family.  The Sopranos s5e2: Rat Pack starring James Gandolfini & Lorriane Bracco & Edie Falco & Michael Imperioli & Dominic Chianese & Steven van Zandt & Tony Sirico & Robert Iler et al, Tony to Tony Blundetto, HBO 2004

 

 

What I was thinking was three bosses – a triumver-thing like Caesar – Carmine, Johnny and you.  The Sopranos s5e3: Where’s Johnny?  Tony

 

I’m still the Boss of this Family.  Despite any arrangements.  ibid.  Uncle Junior to Tony

 

 

With all due respect, you got no fucking idea what it’s like to be number one.  Every decision you make affects every facet of every fucking thing.  It’s too much to deal with almost.  At in the end you’re completely alone with it all.  The Sopranos s5e13: All Due Respect, Tony

 

 

There’s the chair.  Who wants it? ... No.  You ain’t got the balls.  None of you.  Gangster No.1 ***** 2000 staring Paul Bettany & Malcolm McDowell & David Thewlis & Saffron Burrows & Kenneth Cranham & Jamie Foreman & Eddie Marsan et al, director Paul McGuigan, Freddie Mays to gang

 

 

33rd Rule of Acquisition: It never hurts to suck up to the boss.  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine s2e7: Rules of Acquisition, Quark et al at table

 

 

It’s never too early to suck up to the boss.  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine s7e24: The Dogs of War, Brunt

 

What have we come to if we can’t demand sexual favours from the people in your own employ.  ibid.

 

 

Dear Julia, I am no longer boss.  Ulysses S Grant

 

 

I like being able to fire people who provide services to me.  Mitt Romney, corporate raider

 

 

People ask the difference between a leader and a boss.  The leader leads, and the boss drives.  Theodore Roosevelt

 

 

I suppose I’ve created an atmosphere where I’m a friend first and a boss second, probably entertainer third.  The Office s1e1: Downsize, Brent to new temp, BBC 2001

 

 

You’ve seen how I react to people, make them feel good, make them think that anything’s possible.  If I make them laugh along the way, sue me.  And I don’t do it so they turn round and go, ‘Thank you David for the opportunity, thank you for the wisdom, thank you for the laughs.’  I do it so one day someone will go, ‘There goes David Brent.  I must remember to thank him.’  The Office s1e6: Judgement, Brent

 

 

Some of you seem to have got off on the wrong foot with me.  You didn’t like some of the jokes I told earlier.  You’ve got to chill out, yeah.  Trust me, this is what I do.  All right?  You will never work in a place like this again.  This is brilliant.  Fact.  Yeah?  And you’ll never have another boss like me, someone who’s basically a chilled-out entertainer.  The Office s2e1: Merger, Brent to new Swindon intake

 

 

We’re actually used to doing stuff like working hard, being motivated.  The Office s2e2: Appraisals, Swindon lady

 

 

I didn’t want you here but you’re here now.  The Office s2e4: Motivation, David to staff

 

You’re on a warning.  ibid.  Neil to Brent

 

We’d like to offer you a very generous redundancy package.  ibid.

 

It’s the best thing that has ever happened to me ... ’Cause you are going to have a mutiny on your hands.  They will go berserk.  ibid.  Brent to Neil

 

 

Gareth is not general manager as such like I was when I was here.  I was sort of omnipotent and er he’s doing a much more watered down version.  The Office, Christmas Special I, David

 

 

People say I am the best boss.  They go, God, we’ve never worked in a place like this before, you’re hilarious, and you get the best out of us.  The Office US s1e1: Pilot, Michael, NBC 2005  

 

I’m sort of a student of comedy.  ibid.  Michael to new temp Ryan  

 

I think I’m a role model here.  I think I garner people’s respect.  ibid.  Michael

 

 

Never ever ever sleep with your boss.  I am so lucky that Jan and I only got to second base.  The Office US s3e5: Initiation

 

 

A boss is like a teacher  and I am like the cool teacher.  The Office US s3e16, Business School 

 

 

So who is the real boss?  The dog or a fish?  The Office US s4e1&2: Fun Run

 

 

I thrive under lack of accountability.  The Office US s5e20: New Boss, Michael to David Wallace

 

I don’t need to be managed, Charles.  ibid.  Michael

 

 

I mean I’ve always subscribed to the idea that if you really want to impress your boss, you got in there and you do mediocre work half-heartedly.  The Office US s5e22: Dream Team,  Jim

 

 

Anyone want to go to lunch with me later one?  The Office US s5e27: Cafe Disco, Michael

 

At Dunder Mifflin there is a very strict no-lunch-with-the-boss policy.  ibid.

 

 

He doesn’t act like a boss at all.  If I had a boss like that we’d never get anything done.  The Office US s6e21: Happy Hour, Pam’s friend

 

 

83,788.  Gabe is awesome.  He’s accomplished so much career-wise and height-wise.  Thank God he is my boss.  (Office & Boss)  The Office US s7e1: Nepotism, Erin

 

 

That’s what every boss wants: a wonderful Christmas with no drama.  The Office US s7e11: Classy Christmas I, Michael

 

 

What a great boss you turned out to be.  The best boss I ever had.  The Office US s7e22: Goodbye, Michael II, Jim  

 

 

He made Paul new boss on his deathbed.  Gotti: The Rise and Fall of a Real Life Media Don 1996 starring Armand Assante & William Forsythe & Anthony Quinn & Vincent Pastore & Frank Vincent & Richard C Sarafian & Dominic Chianese & Raymond Serra & Tony Sirico et al, director Robert Harmon

 

He’s the boss.  D’ya get it?  The boss.  ibid.

 

 

You know what I’m doing and what the drug money is for.  I put you in Secondigliano so I didn’t have to bother with this shit.  What did you expect?  This is what it means to be a boss.  This is our life.  Few friends and snakes everything.  Gomorrah s4e5: Episodio V,  Gennaro to Patrizia