"You know where you can bury your hatchet? Now get your bony ass out of my sight."
Description - Melanie Griffith as Tess McGill, an ambitious secretary from Staten Island who finally had enough of her back-stabbing, idea-stealing corporate boss Katharine Parker (Sigourney Weaver) in the motion picture Working Girl (1988).
Tess wanted to get ahead, but her boss was in the way, Every time Tess came up with a good idea, her boss took credit for it. So, when her boss broke her leg on a skiing trip and had to be out of the office for a while, Tess took the initiative and started to wine and dine Jack Trainer (Harrison Ford), a new client from Trask Industries and show him what she was made of.
Of course, there was one little problem. Tess was impersonating her boss. But Tess was only taking Katharine's advice, who said, "Tess, you know, you don't get anywhere in this world by waiting for what you want to come to you. You make it happen."
During a follow-up dinner engagement with Jack Trainer, Tess tells him, "I have a head for business and a bod for sin. Is there anything wrong with that?" Jack had no complaints.
When Katharine Parker returned to work on crutches and realized what Tess was up to, she said, "Why that little... slut! Bitch! Secretary!"
In the end, Tess gets Jack's account, and moves up the ladder and finally tells off Katharine, saying, "Look, you, maybe you've got everyone around here fooled with this saint act you have going, but do not ever speak to me again like we don't know what really happened, you got me?"
When Katharine realizes that she might as well play ball, she says, "Tess, this is business. Let's just bury the hatchet, okay?" Tess was not open to such an overture and told Katharine, "You know where you can bury your hatchet? Now get your bony ass outta my sight!"