Swing Shift (1984)
Kay Walsh: Hazel... we showed 'um didn't we.
Hazel: Boy, did we ever.
[both hug and cry]
Hazel: Hey, buddy, who do you think you are?
Moon Willis: I'm gonna' tell you who I am: I'm Moon Willis, and I've been workin' in this damn place for 12 long years, this is *my* parking space and I ain't about to lose it to a bunch of fly-by-night women like you! Huh-uhh... You don't belong here! None of ya'!
Jack Walsh: So like I said, congratulations. Congrats!
[toasts her with a bottle of beer]
Kay Walsh: For what?
Jack Walsh: You know... What did you say your were making?
Kay Walsh: $1.35 an hour.
Jack Walsh: What did you say about overtime?
Kay Walsh: I didn't.
Jack Walsh: [looks deflated] Beats me anyway. Beats me all to hell! Here's to ya', kiddo.
Jack Walsh: That guy you work with... what's his name?
Kay Walsh: Lucky?
Jack Walsh: There's no question about that.
Kay Walsh: What do you mean?
Jack Walsh: Well, he's stateside, he's not in uniform... how lucky can you get?
Kay Walsh: I don't think he'd call it lucky.
Jack Walsh: Well, the next time you go to work ask him what he'd call it and where I might stand in line to get it.
Kay Walsh: What would you call it, Jack?
Jack Walsh: I'd call it cheating, Kay.
Jack Walsh: Didn't it mean anything... that... that you're my wife?
Kay Walsh: Of course it meant something.
Kay Walsh: [Kay and the other aircraft plant workers look up as a number of new aircraft zoom over them] We made those.