The Barefoot Executive (1971)
Roger: Let me tell you something. Anybody who graduates from Melrose Avenue certainly won't make it at the network.
Roger: I tell you anybody who graduates from the Moonrise night school on Melrose Avenue is certainly not going to make it at the network!
[Mertons has been repeatedly wheezing, hiccuping, and wheezing again since he and Wilbanks had been stranded on the ledge]
Francis X. Wilbanks: Stop the wheezing, will you? Please stop the wheezing! First you wheeze, then you hiccup, then you wheeze again! You're enough to drive anybody nuts!
Mertons: Oh, I am, am I?
Francis X. Wilbanks: Yes!
Mertons: Well, you're my boss. Maybe I shouldn't say this, but you've been complaining ever since we've been up here. If you don't like the way I wheeze and hiccup, why don't you go find your own ledge to stand on?
Francis X. Wilbanks: What?
[a helicopter is approaching the stranded Wilbanks and Mertons]
Mertons: Maybe they're coming to rescue us.
Francis X. Wilbanks: They're not coming to rescue us. That's our news helicopter.
Mertons: You mean our own network is taking pictures of us?
Francis X. Wilbanks: That's exactly what I mean.
News Broadcaster: We interrupt to bring you a special newscast of a sensational suicide try on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles.
Mrs. Crampton: Oh, isn't it sad how many nuts are running around loose today?
E. J. Crampton: It certainly is, sweetheart.
News Broadcaster: Our special UBC helicopter enables us to bring you an exclusive close-up view of the pair attempting suicide. These pictures, live from the scene.
E. J. Crampton: There you are. Another first for UBC.
[a closeup from the news helicopter reveals the stranded Wilbanks and Mertons]
E. J. Crampton: [Stands up] Oh, no!