• Gary Cole, <i>Office Space</i> (1999)
    Gary Cole, Office Space (1999)
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    About those TPS reports... The epitome of smug yuppiness, Bill Lumbergh downsizes, denigrates, and demoralizes his herd of cubicle-dwellers to the brink of insanity. Working every weekend at a job you hate? At that point, anything you do to rebel is simply self-defense.
  • Dabney Coleman, <i>9 to 5</i> (1980)
    Dabney Coleman, 9 to 5 (1980)
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    It's not a man's world anymore, but someone forgot to tell Franklin M. Hart, Jr. This sneering egomaniac keeps his smarter and harder-working underlings (Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Dolly Parton) toiling in anonymity - and thanks to his skirt-chasing, the company's main export is sexual harassment.
Gary Cole, <i>Office Space</i> (1999)
Dabney Coleman, <i>9 to 5</i> (1980)
Meryl Streep, <i>The Devil Wears Prada</i> (2006)
Sigourney Weaver, <i>Working Girl</i> (1988)
Michael Douglas, <i>Wall Street </i>(1987)
Al Pacino, <i>The Devil's Advocate</i> (1997)
Demi Moore, <i>Disclosure </i>(1994)
Jason Robards, <i>Philadelphia</i> (1993)
  • Round 1
  • Round 2
  • Round 3
  • WINNER!
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